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11-16-2012, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Canadian Guy View Post
I fail to see how the NHL has done anything underhanded during these talks other than maybe going public with that last ditch effort for the 82 game season.
The fact that the owners show absolutely no hesitation to lock the player out as a negotiating tactic is both "bad faith negotiating" and an affront to the game and its fans.

The owners tabled an offer that was leaps and bounds better than its opening offer only after they had locked the players out. If the owners truly employed the lockout only as a "last resort," then we would have seen a better offer from them before they were canceling games.

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