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09-12-2004, 11:28 PM
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MePutPuckInNet
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Violation of "good faith" in contracts????

Well,,,I've been thinking about this for a while, and I just don't get it..... The NHL has stated, in the press that they established a "war chest" of approx. $300 million. Right? So what I can't comprehend about that is.....how could they continue to sign players to contracts after? Wouldn't the establishment of a "war chest" be an indicator that they were PLANNING on locking out the players? And if that's the case....then wouldn't any players signed contracts thereafter be in violation of the legal "good faith" principal????

"Bad faith refers to dishonesty or fraud in a transaction, such as entering into an agreement with no intention of ever living up to its terms..."
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