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11-20-2012, 04:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Chancellor Vitale View Post
Gallatin: curious what general conclusions you can draw from this in terms of how "struggling owners" might still make a lot of money, not have much of a leg to stand on in terms of "we need to change the CBA to save the game" BS. Although I think we all agree the back-diving contracts aren't good for anyone.

Unrelated: if the season is kaput... what happens at the draft? Does everyone get an equal number of ping-pong balls in the lotto machine / an equal shot at getting lottery picks? If we could get MacKinnon or Drouin that would be hilarious (and slightly awesome). The anti-Penguin pandemonium would be unprecedented. I for one will enjoy some serious post deletion and infracting of angry fans within the division. "It's rigged! I'm never watching hockey again. F all you !*&^!*&!"
I guess it would work just like last time. The more points and playoff appearances a teams had in the last 3 years, the smaller the chance for a good pick becomes. But technically, I think every team has a chance at 1st overall, even if it's only 1% or whatever unlike in a regular draft.

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