This is where it gets into the murky area of imprecise terminology, but I don't think a reflection off the oculars would cause what people think of as "veiling glare". In my experience they show up more as defined spots of glare, whereas "veiling glare" is more of a broad, milky crescent covering a wide portion of the FOV.Still wondering about this, I'm curious whether some cases of ("veiling"?) glare may result from light around the oculars or reflections off the eye, and therefore depend on facial anatomy or eyeglasses, leading to different experiences with the same binocular. All the more reason to try to specify what the effect is and where it's coming from.
That said, terminology aside, yes absolutely there can be troublesome reflections off the ocular lenses. In the "8x32 with least glare" thread in the main forum I mentioned this specifically with regard to the Nikon EDG, while the barrels are wonderfully blackened and baffled, for whatever reason the oculars suffer from glare such that it is more problematic than any flare/glare coming from the actual optical path. It's easy to verify, just shade the gap between the eyecup and face and the glare spot disappears.
Unfortunately I do NOT like the stock horned eyecups, they do not fit the shape of my face at all. Perhaps an aftermarket winged eyecup is the ticket? But it's one of the only flaws I see in the EDG and a strange oversight. I also found a little ocular glare with the MHG 8x42, so perhaps it's the specific coatings Nikon is using?