Brian Burke on CKNW 980(Vancouver)

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  1. struckmatch

    struckmatch Registered User

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    Brian Burke will be on in a few minutes, 10PM pacific time, on CKNW 980 Vancouver.

    www.cknw.com

    Could be a good listen.
     
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    updates as they come, please.
     
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    Alternative link: www.mojoradio.ca - click on Listen Live on the upper right on either link.

    Also Ron MacLean was on earlier as well (they'll rebroadcast it later), and they'll have Dave "Tiger" Williams.
     
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    WHA is apparently having a tourney in May and then start a season in October. Phil Espo jumped ships to this league.
     
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    what did ronnie say?
     
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    He didn't say it, but this guarantees failure. Esposito is an idiot.
     
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    Still is pro hockey with many of the current NHL'ers playing.
     
  8. Anthony*

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    burke is on now talking about moore/bert/etc.

    giving a "no comment"
     
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    Ron said that he thinks the players should/should have taken the NHL's offer..

    basicly the standard, NHLPA is screwed, what are they thinking stuff..

    He said he still supports the principle behind the unions argument, but that he cannot see the PA ever getting a better deal than this..

    :lol
     
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    Burke is saying that he thinks Bettman left the door open, and that there has been a push from each side.
     
  11. Anthony*

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    burke: "why does bob goodenow need deadlines to make decisions?"

    ouch
     
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    Well if you push at the same time on both side of a door, it's not gonna open easily !!! :joker:
     
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    thats why the owners had to pull during all of the negotiations :D
     
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    Burke and Russel are really going at it. Burke doesn't know the law on impasse.
     
  15. SPARTAKUS*

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    I am not sure about this but I think that the NHL doesn't have to go before a judge to declare impasse. Is that correct?
     
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    It is indeed.
     
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    What is the process? If you know??
     
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    "Glen Healy...*hesitation*...bright guy"

    hahaha
     
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    My understanding is that the owners declare impasse, and throw open the doors. The PA then proceeds with a complaint against the NHL. The legalities roll from there.
     
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    The league declares an impasse. You take it before a judge. You have to present you most recent offer for consideration by the PA one last time. If they reject it. The say, ok, the NHL's last proposal is in effect. Then the NHLPA would go on strike and go to the labor board. That's where the fn begins. In a nutshell, that's all that's necessary. Declaring impasse is easy. Getting past the labor board is the hard part.
     
  21. SPARTAKUS*

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    And do you know I long it could take from the moment the PA file a complaint to the judge rending a decision?
     
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    Scenerio (and a likely one): Impasse, NHLPA goes on strike and goes to the labor board. Scabs, more than half the players cross and the union is effectively broken. Does the case before the labor board then remain to potentially bite the owners down the road?
     
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    The players would be crossing a picket line. They wouldn't be welcomed back into the union. They'd then become scabs too. Has no effect on the proceedings except to make someone look bad depending on the circumstances.
     
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    What I am saying is that the strike collapses completely in my scenerio. Half cross first, then all the players cross. Does the case continue?
     
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    Tiger Williams is on and he believes the Levitt Report and says the reason the NHLPA would not look at it is because it will kill their argurment...
     
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