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01-04-2013, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Fugu View Post
You don't need a link to know what common practice is in the US (or around the world) when business entities exchange confidential/detailed information.
So you're saying that after everything PA has leaked to their shills, this is not one of them and despite everything we have heard from just about every hockey journo around, this is an issue we haven't heard about?

Originally Posted by Fugu View Post
@Riptide. It's not a 'game' and people don't just leak information that was given over after nondisclosure/confidentiality agreements are signed.
Fugu, the issues at hand have been covered by just about every hockey journo around. Do you think it's reasonable to assume that every journo has decided not to report about NHL profits/losses or that all parties involved in negotiatons have decided not to even talk about having NDAs to journos?

I find it extremely hard to believe that there are NDAs which prohibit anyone even talking about the existence of alleged NDAs.

Publicly listed companies are ready to tell anyone that there are issues they can't talk about in public. NHL has something different?

Originally Posted by Fugu View Post
The NHL wouldn't just hand over hundreds of thousands of pages of detailed financial records without feeling fairly safe that there would be no leaks. They're not naive nor would they take chances with member club information without certain guarantees in place.
Ok so let's assume that nothing has leaked. Why has the PA agreed to 50-50 split then? Had they agreed to take 50-50 if NHL clubs were financially healthy?

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