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11-25-2004, 10:10 AM
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Originally Posted by shakes
Hey.. the NHLPA has a right to strike and set up pickets. If other unions choose to respect that decision and have their members not cross a picket line then that is their right isn't it? Just like the right of the owners to lock the players out until they get the deal they want or until they break the union.
Are you dumb enough to beleive the Ushers would side with the players instead of going back to work? Or the food service workers? Or the camera crew operators?

Here's a hint... they won't. They have no reason to.

This isn't some CAW reps who in between shifts at the plant go and stand in front of the ACC... they are still making money and making a living.

Ushers, camera crews, etc... aren't. They won't not work to help the players, just like the players wouldn't do it for them.

TheSpecialist - MacT thinks he was that good of a hockey player when in actuality he was no better then a Louie Debrusk.
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