Mirtle: NHLPA’s hard-liners hint at decertification after latest offer rejected
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11-23-2012, 12:56 PM
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Arbitration is pretty much always based on comparables. The league could make a very valid case that they are in a worse economic situation than the NFL, and they give 46.5% to players with non guaranteed contracts.
The players absolutely do not want to go down that road.
The NHL has no comparable, if we're realistic. Furthermore, why would an arbiter exclude MLB?
This is really OT though. These issues are about systems and player rights. You don't use binding arbitration to settle something this complex. Arbitration is only useful if there are related & clear precedents, plus typically a choice of two options (or what's in between).
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