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This is a league and there are laws and rules that prevent owners and players alike to do things against the interest of the league itself. When you feel the need to change something the league has to do it as a league. The NHLPA is not a part of the league, legaly speaking, they are an important contributor but not a part. They are the employees, with their rights like any other employee in America. They get paid very handsomely and young players as well as average players have benefited incredibly thanks to the NHLPA.
Your question should be, why do we call greedy a person who invests, risks, starts and maintain a business instead of the employee who barely (for the most part) brings any extra value year after year yet demands outrageous salary rises year after year?
The truth is that the players and owners are both important to the sport of hockey and the the NHL. I think it's obvious that both sides have their needs and legitimate and illegitimate demands. But what many of you seem to be defending is the dictatorship of the dollar. If you have it, those who would seek to work for it are at your mercy. That's not the world I live in, nor is it the world that I would ever want to live in.
Well, lol, let's look at another positive of the lockout, we will have to see less of Joe Thorton's horseface at Staples.
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