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10-19-2012, 10:49 AM
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Its better that they Fehr you than they feel sorry for you. Fehr isn't going to make a deal in the summer so the NHL can resume in 13-14. The 1994 baseball strike stretched in 95 with it being a 144 game season. Fehr got the courts to basically end the strike. The owners in MLB tried replacement players and it was a disaster. The Orioles wouldn't field a replacement team. The start of 13-14 is in jeopardy if there is no CBA in the immediate future. The NHL won't be able to sell any tickets for 13-14 with the lockout still going on. Nobody will buy them. The NHL really wants to be foolish here? The players will lose and so will the owners. Some of the owners have bills to pay too. Just find a way to fund the make whole program or have a gradual decrease to 50%.

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