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He tells it like it is
on November 12, 2016
The "inside" story by a true professional sports authority. Thanks to MacLean, I think I now understand the relationship between National Hockey League team owners and hockey players. He tells it like it is. The owners monetary bottom line is paramount and is, therefore, maximized. Players unions are not in the owners interests and they continue to make policies to maintain the status quo of weak players associations.
Professional sports, like hockey, have become a total bore. The ice surface is too small. The players are too big - one must be in excess of six feet and weigh 220 pounds to be even scouted. Lastly, there are too many players on the ice. It would be of marvelous to see a change to a regular 5 versus 5 players instead of the ganging-up and congestion of the present 6 on 6.
I really enjoyed the insight and interesting anecdotes of Mr. Hockey Night..