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11-24-2012, 10:19 AM
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Friday, November 23rd Jets, CBA and General NHL news
Jets & Affiliate news
Spoke with Andrew Ladd and Blues Ryan Reaves. Ladd has quite a bit to say about Hamrlik as well as decertification
The NHL has cancelled another 2 weeks of schedule today. The Jets games that are lost are; Home Games - Lightning, Bruins, Hurricanes &, Islanders. Away Games - Penguins & Leafs.
Toronto Star: Don Cherry to players - smarten up.
Gotta love Cherry. He is bang on, the personal attacks by players on Bettman are completely counter-productive and do nothing to align players with fans against owners, which appears to be the intent. Also love how he gets in the Kadri plug
Montreal Gazette: Habs’ owner Molson optimistic about season.
A great interview with the owner of the Canadiens
Globe and Mail: Exasperated Ryan Miller heartily endorses decertification of union.
Always seen as a bit more cerebral, the Sabres goalie lets it all out in this letter to the Globe and Mail
Toronto Star: Cracks appear in players’ armour after Hamrlik comments.
As I said yesterday it is not shocking that a 38 year old player like Hamrlik, who was slated to make 3.5 million this season, made the comments he did
Los Angeles Times: NHL follows NBA only so far.
Will the NHL be able to come to a resolution like the NBA did to save the season? Remains to be seen
TSN: Three CBA-related issues to be talked about soon.
With regards to issue 1, it could mean another 2 weeks of games, which for Jets fans would see 7 games cancelled (assuming NHL cancels games until December 15th when Winnipeg would have played Pittsburgh at MTS Centre)
CBC: Hamilton Bulldog Blake Geoffrion thanks fans after serious injury.
While this could have turned out much worse, Geoffrion was quite lucky and had the benefit of excellent medical staff
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The 100th Grey Cup will feature the Calgary Stampeders heading east to play the hometown Toronto Argonauts. We have all the latest news from both the Calgary and Toronto perspective
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