Unceremoniously fired by the National Hockey League Players’ Association as its executive director in late August, Paul Kelly reached an official settlement with his former employer on Wednesday under which he is to receive $1.5 million in compensation and $200,000 for attorney fees, according to the Toronto Star.

A spokesman for the players’ union did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Kelly’s attorney H. James Hartley, a name partner at Boston boutique Shilepsky O’Connell Hartley Casey Michon Yelen Robb, declined to comment.

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