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12-06-2012, 01:30 PM
Join Date: Nov 2004
At the end of the day, the NHL made what appeared to be a major move toward the middle, upping it’s offer to guarantee existing contracts from $211 million to $300 million. But the pool of money comes with some conditions,
including a 10-year length to a new CBA and a five-year cap on contract lengths
-- both conditions the players oppose.
Some of that make whole money comes from player pensions
, which is also a concern to the players.
Owners finding new ways for players to pay themselves.
Larry Brooks @
Heres question confronting PA: Can players get better deal in 3,4 weeks if this falls thru and would it compensate for loss of further gms?
John Shannon @
Been told that NHLPA does have every intent in meeting today. Still meeting internally.
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