The NHLPA's problem as I see it....
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09-10-2004, 11:29 AM
Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: Danbury, CT
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Well, thanks for your opinion on the work of one of the world's most respected economists.
We'll put lots and lots of stock in it.
By the way... Einstein didn't know what he was talking about.
The original poster hit it bang on... the players just want to get as much as they think they can get... that is their only concern.
What they don't understand is that they haven't 'deserved' what they've had for the past ten years, and they should just be happy that they sucked the owners dry while they could. They won't though... and we probably won't see hockey again for a long time.
If the 'fans' of the game had any collective brains, they'd ALL rally to the side of the owners. Were all public opinion polls to be concluded with %90+ support of the owners, we'd have hockey again real soon.
When you're told what is Hockey related Revenue and what isn't and you conduct your numbers based off that criteria, even the most respected Auditing company is wrong since the numbers he is reviewing are are skewered.
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