A respectful plea for compromise, for reconciliation, and an end to the 2012 NHL lockout.
While the situation isn't exactly "no news", it's close. Perhaps you can have a shred of hope that a resolution is forthcoming. At least, for the moment.
Fans are aggrieved, and it's the job of each franchise to keep their relationships with these would-be customers warm. That's what the Lightning did today.
NHL ownership made a fresh offer to the Players Association on Tuesday. It's movement, it's a dialogue but is it progress?
The NHLPA is trying to prevent being locked out and NHL fans are upset and feeling powerless about it. But maybe both groups can help each other out.
NHL ownership got everything they wanted in the 2004-05 lockout with thanks to a weak union. In 2012, ownership once again cries poverty in the wake of posting record revenues and awarding gargantuan cotnracts.
The Players Association has voted against the realignment of the league that was put forth weeks ago.
Taken from Hockeybird.com Are they kidding? So now every time they make some crappy offer and the union doesn't accept it, they are going to file a complaint? Well it looks that way. So much for...