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12-21-2012, 05:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Captain Bob View Post
PA's offer, by any reasonable expectation, gets the owners to 50-50 by year 5.
Early on, thanks to the escrow clause, the owners will probably even pay more than 57 percent, because the owners' lockout is causing serious damage to revenues.

But revenues can bounce back quickly.
...and remind us again of the length of the CBA term that Fehr proposed. Could it be 5 years?

The escrow clause and make whole proposals are now off the table, likely due to the damage to revenues being caused by the NHLPA's bad faith bargaining.

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