The 2012-2013 NHL Lockout Discussion Thread
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11-10-2012, 03:27 PM
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With those number we see there, this make the owners look more like they are being reasonable while the NHLPA is not. It guess it just comes down to how these numbers are seen by both sides. Not to mention, would the CBA be long enough to help cover the contracts of those like Zach Parise and company have?
What percentage of the union has contracts in excess of six years? It has to be less than 2%, right? I suspect more than half have contracts less than three years. I'm thinking the majority of union members have either one or two years remaining on their contracts.
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