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09-19-2004, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Cawz
So youre saying expenses have nothing to do with profits and losses? Youre saying having a ceiling on expenses (ie, having some predictabilty wrt expenses, which are 50 to 100 million per team) has nothing to do with how much money they might lose?

The NHL's position is cost certainty. The NHLPA's position is trust - they dont trust the owners. The NHL stands to continue losing money if a bad agreement is reached. There's no chance the PA will lose money with a bad agreement. They just wouldnt make as much. It seems to me the PA is muscle-flexing more than the NHL.
The NHl won't lose any money if they get a cap because so much damage wil have been done to the game that there will virtually no money coming in. You can't lose any if you don't have any.

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