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Originally Posted by Canadian Guy View Post
So it is possible that contracts from the 2005-2012 CBA could be considered ineligible for comparison in future arbitration cases.
This will be interesting.
Very unlikely. That would be a significant change - to the detriment of players - and would have very likely been included in the MOU terms if it were contemplated.

The 2005 CBA permitted earlier SPCs to be used in arbitration - they just discounted them by 24% to account for the 24% rollback. Given that the changes in economics across this CBA are much less than across the previous one - I would be VERY surprised if they disallowed any SPCs as comps.

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