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12-05-2012, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by y2kcanucks View Post
What you need to realize is this is flawed thinking. Lets say for example the PA wanted to go back to a free market system with no cap. Is it safe to give them credit when they come down from that and concede to agree to a cap system again with revenues linked at 75%?? Afterall they would have conceded to a cap system when they didn't want one. Or does this only apply when the owners come up with an absurd opening offer?
I'm talking about being realistic, not hyperbolic. Please I don't understand why you are against talking about what realistically needs to happen for the NHL to actually play hockey.

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