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Thursday, February 10, 2005

Could a trigger deal actually work?

Chris Stevenson offers a good perspective on the NHL's latest attempt to salvage the season. Everyone knows that the triggers in the offer were beyond stupid, but that doesn't mean that they aren't negotiable. Chris offers up some good points that maybe a deal with reasonable triggers could actually work.

To contrast Chris, Randy Sportak shows us the flip side of the trigger coin.
On the surface, it appears the PA rejected its own proposal.

To some degree, it's true. However, delving deeper -- and it's painful to say this -- Goodenow has every reason to dismiss the offer.
Anyone sick of this teeter-totter ride yet?

Maybe it's a good thing Survivor starts next week.


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