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01-02-2013, 09:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Scoobs View Post
I understand both sides of this. Players deserve a pension. Yes they make millions (or hundred-thousands) a year, but they want that safe guarding in case anything happens with their money. I would hope that the NHLPA would educate players on smart investments, though.

But I also understand that the league doesn't want to be on the hook for a lot of this because it's money outside the system and frankly, players making millions should be okay for the rest of their lives.
They want safe guarding in case something happens to their money? Are they man-children? If they cant manage their money that is no ones fault but their own.

There is no safety net in real life. This sheltered ******** needs to end.

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