NHLPA sends memo to players

And the hits just keep on comin'.
USA Today obtained the memo handed out to NHL players entitled "How Does A Lockout Affect Me?"
There are some interesting things in the memo, including…

-If a player is injured, he still receives paychecks during the lockout.  And once he's cleared to play, he stops getting paid.  No clue how that works.

-If a player gets injured playing overseas during the lockout and isn't ready to play when the NHL comes back, that player can be suspended without pay until healthy.

-Signing bonuses, buyouts, and return-of-escrow payments will still be made to players during the lockout.

So bizarre.