2012 Lockout Discussion Thread
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08-14-2012, 10:46 PM
Join Date: May 2007
Fehr is sharp. He crafted an offer which addresses every stated concern the owners have. He then pays for it with a restriction on raises, assuming NHL revenues go up by over 2% per year. And then he tops it off by forcing the owners to do what they should have done last summer: Get some revenue sharing happening.
There may be a "devil in the details", but the overall plan seems like a good blueprint for the future.
IMO the debate will be amongst the owners. I am guessing that half the teams (at least) could easily live with the NHLPA offer.
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