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12-13-2012, 09:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Fenway View Post
Oh I agree on the common sense part.

But it also opens the door for a Rangers season ticket holder to sue.

I want to hear Bill Daly explain this - did the NHL approve it or did Dolan just do it on his own.

It is a fair question and I hope one of our media lurkers can get an answer.
Nice attempt, but the force majeure clause in the contract would probably cover it, not to mention if the season started up; the delay in performance was probably excused.

Not to mention a person does have a duty to mitigate their damages even in common law.

There is some precedence in that a court in ny has found that the lockout is not
nder exclusive control of the owners. The collusion arguments were rejected by the 2nd department

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