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12-31-2012, 09:48 AM
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Originally Posted by RangerBoy View Post
The players want a CBA with an opt out after 7 years. They offered 8 with an opt out after 6 in 3 weeks ago. NHL offered 10 and 8. 9 and 7? PA wants 7 or 8 in contract limits. They offered 8. NHL is at 6 and 7. 6 or 7. From: @rangersreport
Sent: Dec 31, 2012 10:26a

RT @garylawless: NHL Players Association readies counter offer - via @winnipegnews http://t.co/lVRiGDjl via @sharethis

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COMPROMISE?
  • 9/7 on new CBAs length
  • 6/8 on max contract lengths
  • 10% max annual contract variance
  • Make whole $300M
  • $70,2 (2013)/$64,8 M (2013/2014) cap roof. Cap floor from 2013/2014 taken from NHLs proposal
  • Compliance buyouts as per NHLs offer both before this year or before next year starts (10 day periods)
  • 50/50 split of HRR (this formula also decides cap from 2014/2015 based on previous years fallout + mutually decided prognosis formula - escrow finalizes the actual salary anyways)
  • HRR according to previous formula
  • Salaries at or above league minimum count against cap regardless of where players are (after 2nd compliance buyout period)
  • No change to rules on free agency
  • Re entry waivers gone
  • Realignment according to NHLs wishes

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Elliotte Friedman writes at CBC, that the players aren’t happy with how the league handled the pension in their latest offer.
Not sure what is meant here

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Friedman says that the biggest issue is going to be escrow and the owners see any cap on escrow as a “major concession.”
Cap on escrow ?? Something like 5-10% - similar to Battermans NBA deal?

Get er done!

Oh yeah, Bettman, Daley & The Fehrs all mutually agree to immediately resign and this ******* lawfirm Proskauer Rose never as much as whispers hockey again in their client portfolio ever


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