MRandall25 wrote:Semi-related but he did the same thing to me when I questioned why he thinks Mario can almost single-handedly end the lockout just by talking. Told me to "read the article" then ignored me when I said I did and it still didn't make sense.
I laughed at that article. Yeah sure DK, because one owner out of 30 can really make a difference in swaying opinions. If the owners are hellbent on doing something, there going to do it regardless of what the opinions of one owner thinks. If I remember correctly, during the 2004-05 lockout, Larry Tenenbaum of the Leafs was begging the NHL to accept a deal so they can resume playing and all the other owners shot him down and this is the guy who owns one of the richest and more influenive clubs in the league and he's getting shot down because the owners were hellbent of getting a deal that had a salary cap and they waited out until they got one.