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11-24-2012, 12:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Master Lok View Post
And that's solely on Gary Bettman?

My understanding of the current lockout is that the salary cap has increased to a level that makes owning a team unaffordable with the consequences that nearly half of the ownership are either not making money or making very little money.

The last lockout was creating parity in the league in establishing a salary cap and a control on spending.

Of the last two lockouts, both seems to be a decision made by the owners jointly, not Gary Bettman singularly.

Would a "Hockey Man" have chosen differently? Could another NHL commissioner avoided the lockouts? Imo, the lockouts is a symptom of a poor economic framework in the league, not a personal choice of the commissioner.
Who is responsible for the poor economic framework? Is this not the system he fought for and blew a whole season to get?

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