Daly: NHL willing to negotiate

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  1. Slats432

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    Not that there's anything wrong with that.

    It's like going on strike for unsafe working conditions. Do you just come back when they offer a wage increase? There's still that machine that kills 20 workers a year...

    Cost certainty is why there's a lockout. Until that issue is addressed, no deal.
     
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    Well Said.
     
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    Thanks for the link to the article, slats. It was an interesting read. I guess it's a good sign that the NHL is willing to negotiate, but is the NHLPA!?!?? I agree with you PecaFan. Cost Certainty needs to be addressed as one side is strongly in favor of it(NHL of course), and the other side is strongly against it(NHLPA naturally). If they DON'T address this, well a deal won't ever be reached. JMO!
     
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