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10-19-2012, 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by AceintheSpace View Post
Wasnt that the line of thinking 2004-05?
They obviously set the player percentage too high in 2004-05.

Or we wouldn't be in this mess.

Look, if the owners were making tons of money, they wouldn't be throwing away seasons. That's why the NFL has been labor dispute-free. They make way too much money to throw away a season. When the players ask for more, they negotiate over how much more and come to an agreement.

The NHL owners are not making that much money, if any. That's why player payments are such a huge sticking point to them.

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