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11-25-2004, 04:28 PM
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Originally Posted by loudi94
I agree wholeheartedly. However, they've screwed things up so much that if they try to be responsible under the current agreement, the NHLPA would sue them for collusion or whatever.
This simply isn't true. Teams have independently decided to do the same thing without drawing a collusion lawsuit. For example, the last time any team made an offer to a restricted free agent was in 1998. The NHLPA has not filed a suit because every team has an excellent reason not to bother with RFAs and the NHLPA could not win.


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