Bob McKenzie: NHL doesn't need max contract length
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11-13-2012, 07:13 PM
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No it shouldn't. Examples have been given, but I will repeat. As an example, you can buy a hot dog for $5 at the arena. Currently, it costs $3 to put that hot dog into the customer's hands. If the players get $2.85 for that hot dog, as an owner I am not going to lose $.85 for every hot dog. The customer can buy it outside of the arena. Than as a player I don't even get a bite of that hot dog. What they have now is a system which awards the players $1.14 of the $2 of profit in the hot dog; both sides benefit.
You mean both sides benefit from the players taking 57%? Quick: Someone call Bettman and the owners!
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