The 2012-2013 NHL Lockout Discussion Thread
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11-20-2012, 12:57 PM
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Fehr dispays a bad attitude toward the NHL in all his interviews. RT is right, it seems all personal with him. He presents the same crap over and over expecting a different answer.
The players are not business people and don't know how good they have it. People with businesses and those of us that work real jobs understand how absurd this all is.
Fehr has hoodwinked the players into believing they are entitled to what they are getting and should expect more, not less, with no regard for the return on investment of the team owners and the success of the NHL.
Yet in the business of the NHL, there is a cap system in place, while the cap has helped to make the teams more competative, the cap hasn't improved the bottom line overall of those teams that are still losing money. In addition, the same "business people" who have and will in the future will look for ways to circumvent the system and the CBA to their own benefit expect those below them to abide by the rules.
As far as I'm concerned, both sides can go **** themselves and it would be foolish for anyone to take sides in all of this.
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