With Fehr end-around, owners hit new low—and waste lead
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12-07-2012, 12:14 PM
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At what point in this Lockout/non-Season should an offer be a "take it or leave it" offer or else the Season is a no-go?
As Bettman stated yesterday, they didn't want any part of the Season to be lost, but yet here things stand with two months down the drain.
A few people here have been saying that the owners's latest offer was like an ultimatum, though in different words, that the owners shouldn't present it that way, that it's not reasonable as part of the negotiation process... I ask all of you: How much more of the Season do you want to be lost? When should the owners ultimately expect the players to take their proposals seriously, and thus finally get down to playing hockey?
Just as a reminder, who locked out whom again?
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