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PHT on TV: Reacting to owners’ latest offer

Oct 16, 2012, 11:53 PM EDT

Tuesday has been full of news related to the owners’ new CBA proposal, which is headlined by a 50-50 revenue split.

But what if you’d rather not read all about it? PHT’s own Mike Halford provides his analysis of how the players might feel about the proposal with Erik Kuselias in the NBC Sports Talk video segment below:

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Check out the stories below if you do want to catch up on PHT’s wave of CBA-related posts:

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Owners offer 50-50 revenue split

 

  1. braddavery - Oct 17, 2012 at 1:57 AM

    Just do it damn it. Save the season. NO ONE would have thought we could get a full 82-game season. That would be absolutely FANTASTIC. Think of us fans for once!

  2. Doesnotmatter - Oct 17, 2012 at 5:30 AM

    Finally some negotiating from the owners.

    • buckeye044 - Oct 17, 2012 at 9:34 AM

      Why blast the owners? There are two sides here and only one of them has presented a proposal. In fact, they have presented two of them.

      • Doesnotmatter - Oct 19, 2012 at 7:04 AM

        Yeah, and one of them was a joke that involved something like 25 percent salary rollback across the board. So, for example, the Wild signed Parise and Suter to 100 million contracts, but, wait a minute here, we can’t afford to pay them that much so we’ll just cut the players’ salaries by a quarter. That works, now they’ll only get 75 million. And we’ll do some more cutting in the next CBA as well. We might get them down to 50 million once their contracts expire. And it wasn’t just Minnesota signing players to contract extensions literally minutes before the last CBA expired.

        Just pay them whatever you signed them for. Honor the contracts. I have to honor mine. Not to mention that I try to be a decent human being and keep whatever promises I make to my friends. What if I borrow 1000 dollars from you and I give you back only 500 because 1000 just seems too much? I’m guessing you wouldn’t be happy with that.

  3. girth2k1 - Oct 17, 2012 at 6:01 AM

    Take it, take it…last time the players didn’t take the best off they ended up with less, and we lost a season. My OHL (Saginaw) team isn’t playing well yet! Need an option.

  4. redwingsfan999 - Oct 17, 2012 at 7:22 AM

    Just make the deal

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