Did the NHLPA drop the ball?
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09-11-2004, 09:54 PM
Join Date: Feb 2003
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But I'm not talking about you or your girlfriend, unless you're both members of the NHLPA. I'm talking about the NHL.
I can make up my own facts too:
Players want salaries to stay where they are, and, of course, rise in the future.
Owners want to pay them very generous salaries, and already have been doing so for years.
Owners will lock the players out.
You won't see hockey because of the players.
See? It goes both ways.
If the players are so serious, and if they really want to help, they'll accept a deal where salaries are tied to revenues. Why wouldn't they? What are they afraid of?
It's because they don't want to be paid what they're worth - they want more than that, obviously.
Listen, i'm not making anything for myself , iT's just reality.
PLAYERS deciding not having hockey next SEASON = STRIKE
OWNERS deciding not having hockey next SEASON = LOCKOUT
Now is there a STRIKE or a LOCKOUT coming in ?
Stop twisting the reality.
The public transportation adminsitration wants their bus drivers-subway to take a 25% paycut & the drivers association is saying.
The public transportation decide to close the all the subway & the bus until they get what they want ?
Will you blame the DRIVERS because you can't take the BUS or the SUBWAY in the incoming days ?
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