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Money Players: How Hockey's Greatest Stars Beat the NHL at It's Own Game

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The Amazing Rise and Fall of Bob Goodenow and the NHL Players Association. In late February 2005, NHL owners and Bob Goodenow of the NHL Players Association met behind closed doors in what was purported to be a last-ditch effort to end the lockout and save the season. At issue was a salary cap-and who called the shots in the hockey business. As the director of the union, Bob Goodenow used strikes and hardball negotiations to push up player salaries, and while players got rich, the health of the game was ignored. The ...

Money Players: How Hockey's Greatest Stars Beat the NHL at Its Own Game 2003, MacFarlane Walter & Ross

ISBN-13: 9781551990569

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