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Mike Brophy: Get rid of NTC/NMC

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07-19-2012, 12:40 AM
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Brophy is an idiot. The problem isn`t that NT and NM are allowed, its that dumb GMs give them out to way too many given out. There's nothing wrong with giving a star player a NTC.

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07-19-2012, 01:03 AM
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Each team should only be allowed one NTC/NMC contract and it should be void if the player asks for a trade.

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07-19-2012, 01:18 AM
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I'd prefer non-guaranteed contracts. Most of us do not have guarantees on our job, so why should the players?

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I'd prefer non-guaranteed contracts. Most of us do not have guarantees on our job, so why should the players?
Because they negotiated for it.

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I'd prefer non-guaranteed contracts. Most of us do not have guarantees on our job, so why should the players?
Maybe if you spent any time in an economics course, you wouldn't ask this question?

If your employer made billions off your work, maybe you'd get guaranteed contracts too.

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I have no problem with ntc/nmc but they should be void if the player requests a trade.
i'd go for that

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my proposal.

If a player has a ntc/nmc and wants to be traded. He or his agent must submit a formal request to the gm and the league. The ntc/nmc is lifted.

This way, the 29 other teams are aware the player is available. This would help the gm because he is not stuck negotiating with the 2 teams the player has on his list.

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07-19-2012, 02:11 PM
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Maybe if you spent any time in an economics course, you wouldn't ask this question?

If your employer made billions off your work, maybe you'd get guaranteed contracts too.
Um, which NHL owner made a billion dollars last year?

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