NHL and players' association talk for second straight day, but no breakthrough

  • Article by: IRA PODELL , Associated Press
  • Updated: October 12, 2012 - 4:34 AM
  • 3
  • Comments

  • Results per page:
  • 1 - 3 of 3
need4speed99Oct. 11, 12 7:02 PM

the sad fact is, with how little attention this article has gotten not too many people are caring about the NHL, everyone sees it as a loss. in a cult sport that isnt football that translates to millions possibly billions in losses. this isnt the NFL you guys got to 3.3 billion because fans were sick of the same crap in baseball and basketball... now you went and brought the same idiot who killed baseball and he wants the cap gone in this sport too... seriously fehr jump off a cliff, the cap is a great thing and EVERY sport should have one.

2
0
privateeyeOct. 12, 12 8:22 AM

After Fehr, it took baseball a long time to regain the public's trust. He is the wrong guy for this sport. He is the wrong guy for this negotiation. He is the wrong guy period. That said, the owners need to admit they got what they wanted the last negotiation and need to realize they should expect it again. Stop being greedy and let the players play and fans watch. C'mon basketball is not a sport, it is WWF with a ball. I suppose there is Gopher hockey.

1
0
goalieguruOct. 12, 12 9:54 PM

This is such a joke. Listen to Manny Malhotra talk. LOL!!! It's like some revelation for this guy. Did you learn anything in school or outside the hockey rink meathead?!?! Here's an idea......Both sides knew this deal expired on 9/15, why were'nt these geniuses working on getting the details figured out back in April???? I don't feel a bit sorry for any of you. However, I am angered over the fact that my neighbor is going to lose all kinds of money because his restaurant is going to go in the tank because there's no one in St. Paul going out for a dinner and a few beverages before a sporting event.

0
0
  • 1 - 3 of 3

Comment on this story   |  

ADVERTISEMENT

Cincinnati - A. Simon 1:20 PM
Chicago Cubs - J. Samardzija
St. Louis - M. Wacha 6:05 PM
Washington - G. Gonzalez
Milwaukee - K. Lohse 6:05 PM
Pittsburgh - C. Morton
Toronto - D. Hutchison 6:05 PM
Cleveland - J. Masterson
LA Angels - J. Weaver 6:08 PM
Detroit - D. Smyly
Atlanta - A. Harang 6:10 PM
NY Mets - J. Niese
Baltimore - C. Tillman 6:10 PM
Boston - J. Lackey
NY Yankees - H. Kuroda 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - E. Bedard
Seattle - C. Young 6:10 PM
Miami - N. Eovaldi
Chicago WSox - F. Paulino 7:05 PM
Texas - M. Perez
Minnesota - R. Nolasco 7:10 PM
Kansas City - J. Vargas
Philadelphia - J. Pettibone 7:40 PM
Colorado - T. Chatwood
Houston - J. Cosart 9:05 PM
Oakland - S. Gray
San Francisco - M. Cain 9:10 PM
San Diego - T. Ross
Arizona - W. Miley 9:10 PM
Los Angeles - Z. Greinke
Montreal 6:00 PM
Tampa Bay
Detroit 6:30 PM
Boston
Dallas 9:00 PM
Anaheim
Connect with twitterConnect with facebookConnect with Google+Connect with PinterestConnect with PinterestConnect with RssfeedConnect with email newsletters

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

question of the day

Poll: Can the Wild rally to win its playoff series against Colorado?

Weekly Question

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT