They get and injunction and start the endless process of legal maneuvers.it
isn't going to stop anything. The league will have a thousand tricks up
their sleeve (it would not shock me at all if the legal eagles haven't
already been preparing stuff for just such an event) and add on the players
themselves may see what is also said here "they can't play anywhere else..."
if the lock out gets to January they may regret this aspect. It may also
open up other nasty and unforeseen issues form the players.In the end the
leaguer has TWENTY THREE TEAMS are in the US that is what gee only about 73
% of the players...in the end that is the trump card..they may even find it
unpopular in the NHLPA..these guys may end d up creating division in the
ranks, the owners would LOVE that! After all they are in effect saying the
are not unionized.In is more much ado over nothing on a day that the only
other thing to write is "nothing happened" so it is ALWAYS time to get out
the crayons.It really changes nothing in the big picture.
From: Craig Wallace [mailto:craigw@...
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2012 8:56 PM
; William Underwood
Cc: Howard and Alice Rosenthal; R Bendell
Subject: Is a NHL lockout even legal in Canada?
Interesting question here.
So how does the NHL act here if they lose a battle before the Labor
Relations Boards in Alberta and Quebec?
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