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Flyers' 2013 regular season schedule (posts #1 and #552). CBA officially ratified.

View Poll Results: How will you show your displeasure with the lockout when NHL hockey returns?
I will not attend any live games 8 10.96%
I will not attend live games, nor will I purchase NHL merchandise 22 30.14%
I will attend live games, but fewer games than in previous years 5 6.85%
I have season's tickets, but I will spend less on merchandise and concessions 3 4.11%
I have season's tickets and I will skip the first game 1 1.37%
I will be so happy that hockey is back that I will attend as many or more games than usual 14 19.18%
Purplemonkeydishwasher 20 27.40%
Voters: 73. You may not vote on this poll

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01-12-2013, 03:32 PM
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that'll teach you for getting married
good news guys i broke off the wedding

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NHLPA announces CBA was ratified! Next up, MOU signing

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01-12-2013, 03:45 PM
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NHLPA had ratified the agreement. Still requires signed MOA from both sides. #TSN
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Tim Sassone ( http://twitter.com/TimSassone )

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NHLPA announced it has ratified new CBA. Still working on MOU, which is why schedule hasn't been announced
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Sam Carchidi ( http://twitter.com/BroadStBull )

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As soon as they sign off on the MOU, the NHL will release the schedule


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01-12-2013, 04:06 PM
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98% of players voted yes. New CBA will be in place when the MOU will be sign.

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Who signed no?

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^ Not sure but this was in today's Montreal Gazette newspaper:

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MONTREAL — Is this Erik Cole’s last season in the NHL?

Cole, speaking to the media following a workout Friday in Brossard, said family considerations and unhappiness over some elements in the new collective bargaining agreement will force him to review his situation at the end of the season.

“I enjoyed my time at home and the kids are in school here until the end of June and we’ll re-evaluate things after that,” said Cole, who first raised the prospect of early retirement in October.

“I want to have a conversation with the (Players Association) about some of the escrow stuff and some of things that are a little fearsome about the new CBA,” said Cole. “Family-wise, it’s a transition year with my daughter (starting high school) next year, and I think it’s something to be considered and everybody should consider this when they look at the new CBA, not just the way it affects the entire group but how it affects you individually.”
Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/busin...#ixzz2HnmJUJec

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01-12-2013, 04:13 PM
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Who signed no?
Erik Cole, Logan Couture, and probably a few others who are angry at the owners.

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I'm sure Toews said no then as well? But wow, Cole is being a real negative Nancy about all this crap.

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I worry about players like Toews and Couture in the future taking this lockout personal like the players did this time. You don't want them corrupting the young players into believing the crap they believe

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Slava Malamud ‏@SlavaMalamud

No confirmation on the rumor that the 2% of players who voted no were Ilya Kovalchuk and a team of Putin's ballot-stuffers.

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Player ratification vote: 667 yes, 12 no - 98.2 percent. 679 of 763 players voted (89 percent)
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How the hell do 84 players not vote?

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I worry about players like Toews and Couture in the future taking this lockout personal like the players did this time. You don't want them corrupting the young players into believing the crap they believe
Plenty of crap spread by both sides over the past few months...

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Plenty of crap spread by both sides over the past few months...
Yep, but almost everyone on both sides shut up after the deal was done.. Then you have these few clowns. However will they feed their dogs?!

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How the hell do 84 players not vote?
It isn't like the outcome was in doubt.

That's a much higher percentage than generally vote in union elections / certifications, by the way.

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Yep, but almost everyone on both sides shut up after the deal was done.. Then you have these few clowns. However will they feed their dogs?!
The NHL's ability to impose severe fines on the owners kept more of their non-sense from surfacing, I think.

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It isn't like the outcome was in doubt.

That's a much higher percentage than generally vote in union elections / certifications, by the way.
well my guess is NHL PA had enough to where those 84 didn't have to vote to where it wouldn't have mattered.

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ok, im guessing they will announce the MOU sign by what 8 or 9pm tonight,

I would feel GM's need this night to start signing free agents, trades, players probably standing buy ready to fly to camps.

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WHY MUST THEY PLAY ON MY WEDDING DAY! and PLAYOFFS WHILE IM ON HONEYMOON!!!!
when's your wedding? did the lockout screw you over or was it just poor planing on your part? I got married a few years back. my wife wanted to get married the first weekend in June. i refused, simply bc I didnt want it to conflict with a potential SCF game. she caved and we got married in July. funny thing is, my mom called her and told her that the flyers have ruined so many family function in the past, just go with the july weddding!

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good news guys i broke off the wedding
So, is your lady looking for anyone?

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So, is your lady looking for anyone?
No lol... back off i cancled the wedding not the relationship hahah

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when's your wedding? did the lockout screw you over or was it just poor planing on your part? I got married a few years back. my wife wanted to get married the first weekend in June. i refused, simply bc I didnt want it to conflict with a potential SCF game. she caved and we got married in July. funny thing is, my mom called her and told her that the flyers have ruined so many family function in the past, just go with the july weddding!
April 27th ..... well if no lockout my wedding and honeymoon would have fell on first round of playoffs so its just the fact that they now play through april so yeah...

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No lol... back off i cancled the wedding not the relationship hahah



April 27th ..... well if no lockout my wedding and honeymoon would have fell on first round of playoffs so its just the fact that they now play through april so yeah...


oh, well thats your own fault then. since you are getting married, get used to hearing that... it was your fault

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They come to Winnipeg twice, gonna need tickets

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@Russostrib: Told Memo of Understanding should be completed and signed "very soon" #nhl #nhlpa
Hope it's true. Curious to see the activity level right after its signed

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@reporterchris: The memorandum of understanding has been signed. The NHL lockout is officially over after 119 days. #dropthepuck

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@coreypronman: Earlier report by @TSNBobMcKenzie said trades/signings could occur two hours after the MOU signed. Tick tock tick tock.
If true I'll probably be sleeping when things start to go down which is a little disappointing.

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