If you are pro players not just anti owners, here are a couple of interesting comments that I found in this morning's boston globe. Veteran minor leaguer Kevin Kerr, who plays for the Flint Generals, said he found it offensive. "The hypocrisy of it is unbelievable," said Kerr. "They don't want a salary cap but they'll come to a league that has a salary cap and take someone else's job." ..."Hockey players are supposed to be brethren," said Cherry. "They said they were going there to have fun. Have fun? For the guys in that league, it's not fun, it's their livelihood. I've always been 100 percent for the players. but to take another guy's job is just [wrong]. Those guys are hypocrites. It's just not fair what they're doing. God forbid the [NHL] goes to impasse and guys cross the line, they'd be crucified by the NHL guys. But for them, it's OK." I am still troubled by one major inconsistancy on the players part. They said they will never agree to a salary cap in an NHL CBA, but they seem to be willing by the hundreds to sign up to play in european leagues and north american minor leagues that have salary caps. they are willing to work for 10 and 20 cents on the dollar in a salary cap league that is not the NHL, but won't agree to NHL level money that would come with an NHL level salary cap. THAT is just silly.