Quite a few interesting exchanges during the show. http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/ Check out "Bill Daly on OTR" Two things that stood out for me. Daly stated the NHL is willing to explore any system, as long as it ties salaries to revenue. When asked specifically about a NBA style soft cap, Daly was very clear that the owners would be at the table making a deal, if it was in play. The leagues negotiating stance is obviously not as intransigent as some have suggested. Daly also made it clear that the PA has repeatedly refused, over the course of numerous years and attempts by the league, to sit down and attempt to define "hockey revenue". I'm sure this will be a major point if/when the league attempts to declare impasse. How can the PA be seen as bargaining in good faith if they won't even attempt to define major a crucial tool in any examination of the scope of the problem facing the league? Some other interesting moments. Daly and agent Mike Gillis had a fairly heated exchange over the Holik contract. Godfrey was seen squirming noticably when the discussion turned to the MLB luxury tax and revenue sharing. He was obviously trying to put a brave face on the brutally non-competitive system currently in place in baseball, so as not to hurt his team's image, but his body language and continual references to the Rodriguez contract driving contracts up and Delgado out of TO said far more than his faint praise of the current MLB CBA. All in all, a worthwhile show. Too bad they couldn't strap a muzzle on Bassin, who decided that we missed his "game is in trouble" rant the first five times he delivered it and it was therefore necessary to continually make the exact same speech.