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09-16-2012, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by WilderPegasus View Post
If they didn't want to be giant jerks, they wouldn't have locked out the players. The owners won the fight last time. Otherwise there wouldn't have been a cap. The players gave in and gave the owners what they wanted. If the owners thought they couldn't make money at the percentage they got last time they wouldn't have agreed to it.
If they didn't lock out the players then the players would have gone on strike in the later stages of the season. Would you prefer to miss the beginning of the season? or the Stanley Cup Playoffs?

The deal worked seven years ago and now it doesn't. Why can't the owners change their mind about what works for the league they own/run?

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