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09-24-2004, 02:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Digger12
That's about as fair as saying that many of today's current and former players have been charged with drunken driving and other alcolhol-related offences.
What's the percentage of the two cases? There's a significant percentage of NHL owners who have been involved in fraudulent activities. How many players fit your example?

And how do alcohol-related offences influence anything? Do the owners not trust the players because a small number has gotten into trouble while under the influence?

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