http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/news_story.asp?ID=130082&hubName=nhl "We lost a season for no reason," Legace told The Associated Press. "We should've crumbled last September when the owners wanted a salary cap." "It makes no sense what we ended up doing," Legace said. "For years, Bob was telling us, `No cap. Owners aren't telling us the truth about their books.' Then out of nowhere, he gives the owners a 24-per cent rollback and it looked like we were panicking. "Then after saying we wouldn't even consider a salary cap, he backed down on that at the last minute just before the lockout. It was too late, and now we're taking a worse deal."