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10-03-2012, 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Cawz View Post
If a business is losing money in which the majority of the costs are directly paid to the employees, and the employees are a union that will not allow those costs to be lowered, there should be a recourse.
Are the Leafs losing money now?

If they aren't, why should MLSE roll-back player contracts by 24% and cut payroll on an ongoing basis?

I think the Leafs, and many other teams, and the NHL as a whole, is actually making a lot of money.

Your premise is faulty; the NHL is not losing money.

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