Mirtle: NHLPA’s hard-liners hint at decertification after latest offer rejected
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11-22-2012, 09:51 AM
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What decertification does is it changes the playing field... Instead of playing chess the League and the Players would be playing volleyball. The rules are different. The moves open to the League and the Players are different.
The League can use new pressure tactics vs the Players that weren't available before. So can the Players.
it does have the potential to save individual owners some money if their lawyers are good though. It would be pretty nice to not have to pay Salary insurance if you can avoid paying Bouchard $14m over three years of sitting on the sidelines with a concussion.
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