Lockout discussion thread 2.0
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11-02-2012, 11:22 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Canberra, Australia
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Paying a couple of hundreds of millions directly to the players is not considered a concession?
At least the NHL has offered to soften the blow to the players this year. Guys with long term contracts are barely affected either way so the sooner Fehr drops delinkage the more likely he'll still have a job after this mess.
A couple hundred million... 200 million dollars, you mean the players will get 55.2% rather than 50%?
They won't, not in this offer, the players still get 50/50, which means current contracts are hard to deal with.
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