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Let Face It There Is Not Going To Be A Season

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11-03-2004, 11:45 PM
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That's not true apparantly. It seems that the PA isn't recognized in Quebec or BC as a labour union. As such, they aren't protected by the law (and the teams can use replacement players). Bring em on!

Heck, even if they can't have teams in Montreal and Vancouver, bring on the replacement players, I'll watch the games!
Actually according to a legal expert in labor here in BC says they are, the union was certified under Ontario labor code in 57 and has never been decerified, that and the NLRB in the US recognizes them as a certified union, both discount that, never use Brian Burke as a legal source, every one in Vancouver knows better.

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Actually according to a legal expert in labor here in BC says they are, the union was certified under Ontario labor code in 57 and has never been decerified, that and the NLRB in the US recognizes them as a certified union, both discount that, never use Brian Burke as a legal source, every one in Vancouver knows better.
At the last resort, I know that in Quebec they can use the other employees to replace the workers. If Bob Gainey can still skate... :lol

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never use Brian Burke as a legal source, every one in Vancouver knows better.
After all, he's only a lawyer intimately familiar with the situation, both here in BC, and in the US.

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Sorry according to ESPN radio NY the Rangers are the biggest money loser in the NHL according to there URO
You're new here, try and keep up. He said (emphasis mine):

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Sorry man... the top revenue generating teams in the NHL are as follows:
Not money making.

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