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A first glimpse at the NHLPA's CBA counter-proposal

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhlpa-proposes-reduced-share-revenue-more-help-small-232713527--nhl.html

Good first look at the counter-proposal from the players today (courtesy of Puck Daddy's Harrison Mooney), at least what is known so far. The basis of the player's proposal actually not only sounds reasonable but is a brilliant negotiating ploy being used by Fehr to put the players on the side of the small-market owners. The structure of it sounds very similar to the MLB one currently in place, which considering Fehr's former head job with their union really comes as no surprise. I think the fact that the owners didn't downright refuse it, like the players did, really shows signs that a season could still be acheieved on time.

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