Union's Steve Fehr says NHL labor deal can wrap up quickly once sides make breakthrough

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: November 13, 2012 - 1:34 AM
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jabuyerNov. 12, 12 9:01 PM

Given the public relations hit the NHLPA took two days ago when Don Fehr said he saw no "path to a settlement," it was inevitable that the other brother would come out and say something positive. These two are just playing you. For all their faults, at least the NHL negotiators, Bettman and Daly, are consistent.

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spector075Nov. 12, 12 9:34 PM

@jabuyer - I agree, with these two(Meaning the Fehr brothers)the current players may be unemployed for a while.

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markit8Nov. 13, 12 8:56 AM

So sick & tired of this rollercoaster ride this lockout has turned into. First, one of the sides will give the fans a glimmer of hope that the rest of the season can be salvaged. A few days later, the opposite side will say/do something to completely dash those hopes. I've heard enough rhetoric from both sides. Just figure it out already, and then give us the good news!

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DoctornoNov. 13, 12 1:20 PM

All you need to do is to look to the Fehr's record in every labor dispute to which they have ever been party. This isn't going to end quickly or cleanly. I am not typically pro-ownership/management in any labor dispute, but in this case I'm putting the blame on the NHLPA. We are going to lose the majority , if not all, of the season and it's the players' fault.

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mspacmanNov. 13, 12 2:15 PM

Boycott the Wild & Xcel energy center

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tcatheartNov. 15, 12 7:00 PM

I'm done. I'm emotionally checked out. I will not be watching any pro hockey this season, if there is a season. I know that I, personally, won't make a difference, but if enough people are as unhappy as me, maybe it'll get the point across.

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