Lockout Discussion Thread 4.0
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12-15-2012, 02:52 PM
Join Date: Mar 2007
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Seriously, why not put the last proposal to a vote? At the worst, nothing changes.
I think NHLPA is scared to do that. Reality is, 5 or 7 or whatever year terms. FEW players get that term, few. Like a small percentage of all NHL players can even dare to dream of an 8 year contract.
As Neuvirth said, it seems to be rejected for stars, not the little guy.
If the disclaimer is not approved (I'm reading that a 2/3 vote is needed for approval), I'm certain a vote on a CBA offer is the next step. There's really nowhere else to go.
Of course, if I'm an owner, I'm pushing for a BOG vote on the union's best offer before Thursday.
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