In light of the recent accusations of tampering with players' e-mails from the NHLPA I thought I'd write a thread on the worst of the three - so far - NHLPA head honchos. Alan Eagleson - Well what cant you say about him that's bad? The good thing is that he helped the NHLPA get off the ground and was key in organizing the Canada Cup tournys. Could someone else have done it? Maybe. The only way he wont be the worst on this list is if people think Goodenow's term was worse. Hockey was always played under Eagleson's watch, but is that better than being a thief? Bob Goodenow - Well as far as we know he didnt steal from players like Eagleson. He's been accused of tampering with their e-mails which he's denied. Personally I could trust him as far as I could throw him. In his term there has been an 8-day player's strike, a half of a season lockout, and a full year's lockout. He failed so badly in those negotiations after his promises to never accept a cap. Players salaries escalated through the roof in his time and unless you are Alexei Yashin you probably wont think that was a good thing. Ted Saskin - In his brief time as the NHLPA leader he's worn out is welcome faster than a door to door salesman. I have no idea why he hasnt stepped down. From his quyestionable hiring process to being a suspect of tampering has he done anything good?