Players Starting to Ask Uncomfortable Questions of NHLPA Leadership
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12-11-2012, 05:33 PM
Join Date: Jan 2012
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Well, certainly, the vast majority of current players will lose more than they gain from the lockout.
So why else? The players acknowledge that it was because players refused to roll over in the past that they have the benefits they currently do.
So fight the owners so the next generation of players has to get locked out also?
So far that's all that's been accomplished.
What about forming a deal that placates the owners for once so that future generation of players don't have to miss half seasons to seasons worth of work stoppages. Which prove to be more detrimental to the players than any CBA gains they make by holding out in the first place.
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