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12-01-2012, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Scurr View Post
That's what I'm getting at. It makes it pretty easy for the 8 hardliners that show up for all these meetings when there are only 4 other people in the room.
With the headlines the lockout is receiving, you can bet that every owner on the sidelines is very well aware of what is going on, even if they don't agree. When they voted to lockout, there weren't any absentees either. At this point, I don't assume all owners are in agreement, but I do assume that the majority still support a lockout. Possibly a narrow majority but still a majority. If slightly more than a narrow majority were opposed, there would be a big push on both Bettman and Jacobs.

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