bill from turtle creek wrote:Ah, this is fun. Now we get to watch Rendell and O'Connor try to come up with another excuse that is the Pens' fault. This whole idea is so novel that I bet they never thought it would come up.
The beauty of this is that they have been intimating all along that they've GOT a Plan B in mind, but it's the Pens fault that they can't work it out. Now, there is no escape hatch. They've got to produce, or their lie is exposed.
Plus, they won't be able to just say stupid lies and get away with them, regarding the negotiation process. Daly and the NHL people won't let them, I'm sure.
This whole thing really ratchets up the pressure on OConnor and Rendell beautifully.
bill from turtle creek wrote:I am sure that one way or another, no matter what happens here, there are going to be lawsuits. There will be a lot of pissed off people no matter what the end result is.
bill from turtle creek wrote:I am in the camp that will be satisfied if the arena gets built, and the Pens stay in town. Everything else is gravy. However, if politics wins out and FC gets the license, even if the Pens stay I will have my say at the ballot box.
the wicked child wrote:this is friggen beautiful. seriously. rendell and co. keep trying to twist things against the pens and things keep coming abck to bite them in the ass. I love it.
spi wrote:So is anyone else concerned that a Flyer fan is at the helm of saving the Penguins chances of staying in the burgh?
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