2012 CBA/Lockout talk, It's not looking good VI
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12-06-2012, 09:40 PM
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You aren't describing a negotiation if you say the old CBA has no bearing on this one or how it works in terms of give and take.
You are describing a scenario where one side dictates how things will work and the other side needs to accept that.
I can see why the players are upset then.
(The players have gone to 50/50. I personally always said they had to.)
They did have to, and that's why it isn't a concession. And yes, you can still have a negotiation based on the financial issues facing the NHL today. You wouldn't have CBA negotiations based on the players rights in 1994 would you?
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