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11-19-2003, 04:36 PM
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Wow, Stu, the chickens have come home to roost. Your general style is to write much but say little, but this imaginary scenerio stuff, man. And to claim victory to boot. This is a classic strawman argument. Invent a situation or position that doesn't exist and attack the distorted position. It is flawed.

Rather than debate the entire thing again, CH has captured perfectly my greatest fear if a new CBA that supposedly is designed to "save the NHL" is put in place. I don't want a league that has such a changeover every year. I don't want to just cheer for the laundry every year.

Originally Posted by CH
To win in the NHL you need to develop a good young core of several very good players. You dont win under the current bargaining agreement by buying a team. You have to draft and develop a good portion of it. But if we let your bargaining agreement then there is no point drafting or developing a team, you can always go out and buy one. Do you want that?

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