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10-03-2012, 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Epsilon View Post
Since the NHLPA is locked out rather than on strike, the NHL would have to jump through considerably more hoops in order to use replacement players: approval from the NLRB, possible legal issues with scabs being used primarily for anti-labor activities rather than for a primarily economic purpose, etc.
Wouldnt it be for economic purposes though? If a company can state that the union is hurting the companys ability to remain economically viable, wouldn’t there be some sort of recourse?

It still baffles me how in this day and age that unions hold this much power. Its like using an old out-dated law and applying it in a time where its not relevant anymore.

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