Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Collateral damage from NHL lockout
They are quarreling over the division of revenue that exceeded $3.3 billion last season. They meet in Armani suits and silk ties, dismiss proposals out of hand, cancel games like they are canceling haircut appointments.
Most are millionaires many times over. They include players who have banked lucrative salaries in previous seasons, owners who have the financial wherewithal to invest in sports ownership, consultants who are paid handsomely for their bravado and contentious advice.
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Collateral damage from NHL lockout : Stltoday