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12-07-2012, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by santiclaws View Post
You mean Fehr's history of striking once, over two decades ago, poisons the process more than the NHL locking out the players for the third consecutive time? Really? Was it Fehr that poisoned the last two CBA negotiations?
When you are in negotiations for in excess of a billion dollar deal, history is very much in play. Add to that Fehr's lack of action before the lockout and the blame is as much on him as the owners...more so because his job is to prevent a lockout as much as it is to secure the best contract possible for the players.

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