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What is Cleary's point, "we'll sit out for more than a year - just to make a point?" What point? Less money?! Go ahead.
Where can I "cave in" and make $2m??
If they don't cave, they (well, those not in the KHL & Europe) will lose 7% every two weeks, every pay check, for the length of the season (14 paychecks).
What does the law of diminishing returns have to say about this?
Last edited by Bogey; September 26th, 2012 at 09:07 AM.
Let's see the math.Originally Posted by fiveholio:2588802
What Is the Average Salary in the NHL? | eHow.com This link shows that the average salary hit of a NHL player is 2.4 million meaning that if they loose 28% of their salary they would miss out on 672,000. (assuming these numbers reflect the average player) Lets say that such a deal that ends the lockout lasts for 10 years. (totally hypothetical, a shorter or longer one would need a recalculation) If Fiveholio is right that 12% would be lost at a drop to 50/50 (not disputing that either) Then it would take 3 years for the average player to get into the green on a lockout.These guys in the union are going to look into the long term. That said, the players are going to miss their salary amd may not look so long term as I just explained.
Last edited by Bogey; September 26th, 2012 at 02:25 PM.