Make Whole, Not War (CBA & Lockout Discussion) XIX
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11-03-2012, 05:44 PM
Join Date: Feb 2005
Location: San Jose
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And what would be the point of that? He knows that even
to remove the cap would result in such a protracted, bitter, costly lockout that it would surely result in his termination before a deal got done. And it would likely all be for nothing, since the owners would be hard-line enough on that issue to really break the union again, regardless of the collateral damage, which would not only preserve the cap but leave the PA's other stances in ashes as well.
So it is really a mystery to me why you believe Fehr would even want to think about doing this. It's like saying Bettman is working toward the re-introduction of the C Form.
I am aware of the strong potential of a nuclear owner response. However Fehr's tactics are equally as strong. The only unknown is how much stomach the players have for going nuclear. Essentially, I believe that he is going after the cap or he is going after escrow and probably in a way that is much stronger than has been revealed.
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