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12-14-2012, 09:36 AM
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^ good question. To me, he should be given time served. It was the NHL as a league that suspended him and it is the NHL that has locked him out. He's not on strike, he's not being allowed to play because the league has locked the doors on him. If they do suspend him, I bet he sues the **** out of them in civil court once he's retired.

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