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01-07-2012, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by squidz View Post
The only certainty is that there won't be a work stoppage. The players know how badly they were hurt the last time, and they have absolutely no incentive to strike. Likewise, the owners know how devastating another work stoppage would be, and while they'll push hard for a better revenue split, they aren't stupid (like the NBA owners) and will not allow games to be missed.
I dont share your optimism on this. Fehr is very very hard line. If he is given any part in the say on how things go, he will either drag the PA into striking, or tick off the owners enough that they declare it a lockout.

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