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07-19-2012, 02:42 PM
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Originally Posted by danishh View Post
yes, they are, but the AHL has veteran player limits, so not all could.

last lockout there were some older players, but for the most part it was young NHLers. Best player in the AHL that year was 21 year old Jason Spezza of the binghamton senators, who had played 111 NHL games already.
I don't know why they are allowed to. I work in a union, if we go on strike I'm not allowed to work somewhere else. Why would the labour laws be different for the NHL? Makes no sense.

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