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NHL Lockout 2012: NHLPA Refuses To Accept Decrease In Player Salaries

From my article on SBNation.com -- "They've moved from an extraordinarily large to a big amount," Fehr said to the media on Wednesday. The NHLPA is unwilling to make any concessions on the current percentage of revenue sharing as long as the league is not addressing the long-term health of the NHL itself. There is currently a large disparity between the richest clubs on top of the league and those that exist at the bottom and in the players' eyes, the NHL wants the NHLPA to take up the burden of making up that revenue disparity through salary rollbacks.

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