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11-26-2004, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by I in the Eye
But the term of this Agreement has expired... What I imply this statement to mean is that before the expiration date of the agreement, the NHL cannot engage in a lockout...

It is clear that the NHL could legally lockout the players after the expiration date... It is my understanding that instead of a lockout, it could have been 'business as usual' while both sides continue negotiations...

If both are legal, I don't understand why 'a bit of both' can't be...
From the way it is written, if written notice was not given 120 days before Sept. 15 2004, the agreement couldn't be terminated again until Sept. 2005. Failure to give written notice 120 days prior to the expiration date moves the expiration date to the next year after Sept 2004

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