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#2331124 [Retired] Official Lockout Thread

Posted by haroldsnepsts on 09 October 2012 - 05:31 PM

Bettman and Fehr have combined to cause a lockout or strike that has resulted in missing their respective championship playoff series 1 each. Not 3.

What could I possibly have been referring to when I said Bettman has done this three times?

Anyone? Any guesses?


#2330885 [Retired] Official Lockout Thread

Posted by frankgrimes on 07 October 2012 - 10:09 AM

I love it, some superstars are already threatening the NHL because now they do have alternatives and other leagues to play in. If we lose Datsyuk because of this I'll swear I gonna lose it.


#2330686 [Retired] Official Lockout Thread

Posted by Jedi on 04 October 2012 - 02:44 PM

I think Verizon is far more reliable and much less a pain in my ass than Uncle Gary.


I dunno, 3 lockouts in 3 chances for Uncle Gary. If that's not reliable and consistent, I don't know what is...


#2330814 Z basically says Bettman should be fired

Posted by Wingzman91 on 05 October 2012 - 09:36 PM

Caring about the fans does not mean capitulating to the other side.

I would hope they love the game more than it's fans.
This deal also will affect hundreds of players not even in the league yet, there are more things to consider than "will fan X have something to do after work tonight?"

I want hockey back also, but in no way am I pretending I am the victim here.

The simple fact: The OWNERS locked out the PLAYERS, because the OWNERS saw a opportunity to take back guaranteed contract money and use it to subsidize teams in non-traditional markets.

I sign contracts with people all the time, never has anyone ever suggested that I take less money and do the same amount of work.
I don't know why people feel entitled to these players, they don't owe you anything, they owe their family for all the time they are gone and cutting their household income by 1/4 doesn't fly.

If Mario had to give back 1/4 of his money back in the day then there might not be a Penguins team today.
Yet now he has the balls to demand that of the people he inspired to join this profession.

Bottom Line: The league is not losing money, it is earning a profit. Some teams are winning, others losing.
The heaviest contributing factor to the losing of said teams is that they don't have a big enough fan base in their non-traditional market.
Taking money from the players allows owners to operate the flawed system longer, but does nothing to fix the problem.
If there is no problems then what will they point to next time they feel like changing all the rules because their team can not win the cup.


#2330737 Who can tell me something about the Red Wings

Posted by MabusIncarnate on 05 October 2012 - 12:26 AM

All you need to write on the paper is Pavel Datsyuk. Period.

I don't see how you can't get an A+ for that.


#2330640 [Retired] Official Lockout Thread

Posted by Pskov Wings Fan on 04 October 2012 - 12:15 AM

It would appears that just like the NHL this thread has reached an impasse. Maybe if we would have started to argue in January we would be done by now.


#2330440 Project Unfollow-Hear the Fan's Voice

Posted by robb himself on 01 October 2012 - 05:05 PM

I like where your heads at, but there is no way I am unfollowing any of them. I like to hear what's going on and unfollowing all the players, agents, and gm's would do me no good.


#2330343 White as home jerseys or road jerseys?

Posted by Dabura on 30 September 2012 - 06:35 AM

Posted Image

I like to pretend this was in Colorado.

The major melee ensued at the 18:22 mark, leading to the third fight. Shortly after a collision between Red Wing center Igor Larionov and Avalanche forward Peter Forsberg, Wings enforcer Darren McCarty seized the chance to avenge his Grind Line teammate by escaping a linesman's grasp and hitting Lemieux with a right hook from the side. McCarty laid many blows on Lemieux, who fell to the ice and covered his head (labeled "turtling" in hockey terminology); McCarty managed to land a few more punches, drag Lemieux to the boards, and knee him in the head before the two were separated by officials.

It was at this point that Colorado head coach Marc Crawford unleashed "The Foot."




#2142517 Bettman threatens Edmonton.

Posted by HankthaTank on 06 April 2011 - 03:15 PM

It's embarrassing reading your ignorant responses.

Clearly none of you are business majors.


And look at this English major's wet dream. Posted Image Ignorance must also be bliss here.


#2329939 Datsyuk scores a goal off his head

Posted by lookalive07 on 24 September 2012 - 07:00 PM

Cheese guys, can we stop with all the cow puns?

It's dairy annoying.

;)


#2329934 Datsyuk scores a goal off his head

Posted by Seraph on 24 September 2012 - 06:12 PM

What a nice mooove.

Veal have to see what else he can do.


#2329933 Datsyuk scores a goal off his head

Posted by Jesusberg on 24 September 2012 - 05:57 PM

Not bad, for cattle.


What a nice mooove.


#2329914 Datsyuk scores a goal off his head

Posted by 55fan on 24 September 2012 - 03:28 PM

Soccer practice has paid off.

I miss him already.


#2329897 Datsyuk scores a goal off his head

Posted by kipwinger on 24 September 2012 - 02:20 PM

God it's weird to see Radulov wearing the "C" on a team with Datsyuk on it. It's like bizarro world.


#2329962 Jimmy D Speaks out on Lockout, fined $250k

Posted by Doc Holliday on 24 September 2012 - 11:28 PM

I find either side stupid if they use the "they should be grateful" card.

The players need owners to run the league and the owners need the players to play in the league. Both sides need the fan support to make the league viable.

Both sides are stupid, and I think Jimmy was way out of line with his comments.