Lockout IV: One likes to believe in the freedom of hockey (Moderated: see post #2)
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12-09-2012, 12:15 AM
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Why are we discussing any of it then? By your reasoning: "If the league feels teams should have a bigger chance of keeping their own players, it's certainly a valid position to take."
You're opining on all the reasons there's a lockout, the state of the league and the various proposals, but now your answer on requested term limits is that it's just a valid position to take because teams may want an edge in retaining their own players?
Is it even an edge? Is it healthy for the league? I'd expect you to have some opinions.
And in fact, I think greater player movement, including increasing the the timing and frequency of trades for "hockey" decisions would make for a more entertaining and better product.
You are quoting a post of mine where I say I think it's healthy for the league if teams had a bigger chance to keep their talents and complain that I have no opinion on this issue? Re-read the last paragraph of the thing you quoted and you'll find it.
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