Discussion in 'The Business of Hockey' started by not quite yoda, Jul 7, 2005.
predict at least 1 day in advance the correct outcome of the new CBA's ratification and win a prize.
Of course it would be ratified.............if it ever gets to that stage. If it was rejected the NHL would lose another season.
Nope. If the owners vote yes and the NHLPA reject it, the League will bring in replacement players or at least try to. It would seem. And they will try to impose their own terms.
This is an uneeded thread, the answer is quite obvious..
It's a done deal for ratification, but it would be fun to see what would happen if the NHL votes for but Goodenow and Co. just got enough votes against.
If this happened I wonder what would happen to the NHLPA office in Toronto?
that could be an ugly affair
where in toronto is the PA building anyway?
near the HOF on yonge?
The PA will continue to make noise that the deal won't be signed over the next couple of days to try and get final concession out of the owners. It won't work and they will sign whatever their negotiating committee puts in front of them at no less than 80%.
they won't need to half the PA would be the replacement players