Bob McKenzie: NHL doesn't need max contract length
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11-12-2012, 10:22 PM
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So when the owners are asking the players for something they don't have currently, and the players agree, it is a concession the players are making.
When the players ask the owners for something they don't currently have
, and the owners agree, it is not a concession that the owners are making. It is zero concession.
So this is your logic? Well then carry on with your new world logic.
That's an oversimplification. When you say "owners", do you mean all of them?
So when I say the owners had a record year in revenue after being in operation for nearly a century -- during a global financial crisis, mind you -- I mean all of the owners, right?
So the players aren't asking for something the owner's don't currently have, since they have money to spend after record year of revenue.
It doesn't seem to me like the players aren't looking to take from ALL of the owners.
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