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More Unnecessary Litigation in 2012 Lockout, "If the Glove Don't Fit..."

The lockout's reached its ultimate unnecessary stage. All of a sudden, instead of focusing attentions on getting a deal done, both sides are too involved in litigation.
The lockout's reached its ultimate unnecessary stage. All of a sudden, instead of focusing attentions on getting a deal done, both sides are
Michael DeNicola submitted 4 years 359 days ago

October Becomes Victim to Lockout, NHLPA Takes No Blame, Possible Counter-Proposal in the Makings

I've become the conditioned aftermath from a summer of hockey ups and downs. I refuse to hang on hope any longer.
I've become the conditioned aftermath from a summer of hockey ups and downs. I refuse to hang on hope any longer.
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 68 days ago

Time to Put The Idea of "NHL Replacement Players" to Bed, Not Gonna Happen

In all, scab players don't work. They'll never work. It's not only beyond the bounds of possibility in this case, but the further damage done would be irreversible.
In all, scab players don't work. They'll never work. It's not only beyond the bounds of possibility in this case, but the further damage
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 70 days ago

Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly is a Pompous Blowhard

Instead of casting a ray of enthusiasm and determination for this weekend's schedule, Billy decided to roll in with more doom & gloom.
Instead of casting a ray of enthusiasm and determination for this weekend's schedule, Billy decided to roll in with more doom & gloom.
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 75 days ago

Arbitration & Mediation; The Saving Grace of the NHL

We're plenty aware that this is all about money. But the further and further this work stoppage carries, the more and more it'll involve the egos of both parties.
We're plenty aware that this is all about money. But the further and further this work stoppage carries, the more and more it'll involve the
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 77 days ago

League & Players' Association Meet Monday in Toronto to Discuss 2011-12 HRR

I imagine that this conclave will mainly be held to define hockey-related revenue. Last we heard, both parties had two different definitions of the earnings and it's easy to see why.
I imagine that this conclave will mainly be held to define hockey-related revenue. Last we heard, both parties had two different definitions
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 79 days ago

NHL Lockout; Exorbitant Amount of Rhetoric and Childish Impasse

We've been told both parties have been speaking informally on a "regular basis", a timetable so vaguely immeasurable to the fan that it insults our abilities to gauge immediate answers.
We've been told both parties have been speaking informally on a "regular basis", a timetable so vaguely immeasurable to the fan that it
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 81 days ago

CBA Negotiations Have "Recessed" Indefinitely, NHL Lockout is Immenent

Talk about letting the air out of the balloon. The 2004-05 work stoppage is still an open wound with fans everywhere. And those who've taken to the sport post-lockout are in for a rude awakening.
Talk about letting the air out of the balloon. The 2004-05 work stoppage is still an open wound with fans everywhere. And those who've taken
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 102 days ago

Damien Cox; Sports Reporter, Writer & Blames You for Justin Beiber

That's right, North America. It's YOU to blame for this lengthy ongoing diplomacy between millionaires and billionaires! It has nothing to do with the outrageously long, front-loaded SPC's the Club managers and players enter into year after year after year.
That's right, North America. It's YOU to blame for this lengthy ongoing diplomacy between millionaires and billionaires! It has nothing to
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 147 days ago

The Calm Before the Labor Storm

The League has never been more profitable. There's never been more fans than there are right now, even if millions of them hang to the fences between diehards and fairweathers. If faced with another lockout, the NHL will give itself an even larger, darker blackeye than it received through its 2004-05 hiatus.
The League has never been more profitable. There's never been more fans than there are right now, even if millions of them hang to the
Michael DeNicola submitted 5 years 179 days ago

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