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11-24-2012, 02:18 AM
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Originally Posted by BlueChip01 View Post
Is the NHL the only league that is not perfect when it comes to the CBA? Did the other leagues never have a lockout in the last 20 years?

The last CBA can work with tweaks as Garry B has said. It needs more revenue sharing, shift in %, etc. It's too bad Fehr didn't want to negotiate within the same framework to start off. Could have saved everybody a lot of time.

It's so laughable when the players say Bettman is so bad for the game after their salaries have skyrocketed. They then say he put teams in bad markets which created more jobs for the players as well. They then say the owners should just say no and nobody puts a gun to their heads.

Well, guess what? They are saying no right now. They are following the players advice and the players are crying like little spoiled children because of it.
How many leagues have lost two full seasons in the last eight years?

Or ever for that matter?

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