CBA Negotiations III: Why Can't We All Just...Get Along?
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11-26-2012, 01:26 PM
Ed finally concedes!
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Meltzer's Musings: Zero Benefit to Lockout for Flyers
Holmgren will still "like" his team when he has to comply with a more stringent cap..
As for the Flyers' outlook, well, they are losing money daily when they could have been reaping the financial benefits of what had been a boom period of growth both for the organization and the league. And when there is a new CBA in place, the rules will take steps to prevent them from doing business the way they want to do it.
Neither the owners nor the union gives a damn what is the interests of the fans. Never have and never will. But for fans who root for a team like the Flyers, it is especially galling that two-plus months (and counting) of the season have been lost and the entire season may be in jeopardy when it is designed to bring about a result that will not see the on-ice product improve and may weaken their favorite team's roster in the not-too-distant future.
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