Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Dr Beinfest, Sep 17, 2012.
"Good news" everyone!
The Panthers and owner Cliff Viner plan on starting game 1.
So its just the execs on ice? I'll pay to see that.
It's the execs vs the players.
Kinda like the longest yard.
Mike Santos is Stone Cold.
Kris Versteeg, naturally, is Chris Rock. This makes Jovo Burt Reynolds, naturally. And Gudbranson is, by default, Adam Sandler.
New season (hopefully)... time for a new thread.
BTW, the guy who played Stanley these past few seasons has been let go, per George Richards. Bummer.
I was gonna wait for the lockout to end to post the new thread lol.
See you next year! -_-
I was so excited to go to Opening Night and everything... Will they refund my money at least if it's not played?
I can only imagine they will, or they'll credit you or something.
This is back, we'll use this for general NHL discussion. if something big happens like a trade, or suspension, or related it should still have it's own topic.
Sweet. News is they've been talking a lot, but still probably locked out until mid December/2013.
I think the owners are caving and Fehr knows it. Fehr is going to try and get as much as he can out of them. But that just means we might be here a while.
Course it'll be the owners caving. The players show zero interest in playing anytime soon. The owners have been the ones caving the whole time.
Apparently the players want to be paid for the games lost if the season were to resume this year. Good luck with that....
Seriously, honestly, truthfully, spiritually, metaphorically, literally, f*** all these guys.
Yeah, f*** them. Anyone who defends the players in this lockout is f***ing retarded.
Not defending the owners either, but the players are clearly the ones who are instigating a continuing lockout as opposed to working to get something done.
Rich people fighting other rich people. Only the fans lose again.
I have a feeling that Fehr is making it much worse for the players than anything else. There was a rumor today that he wasn't fully disclosing details of the NHL's offers to the players.
Fehr caused similar problems in MLB