Posted 02 July 2013 - 06:39 PM
But that's bullsh!t. It's cap circumvention. There should be a realistic expectation of what the point of no return is for him.
That may not be a fight the league wants. It's hard to prove he can never play again, since concussions can act strangely. So you get one doctor arguing Pronger can never play again and another doctor that says Pronger may be able to play again and then you probably couldn't force a retirement. Team, NHLPA, and Player all say they want the contract to continue in hopes he can play again, tough for an arbiter to overturn on a he said/she said type argument by the league.
Your unconditional rejection of violence makes you smugly think of yourselves as noble, as enlightened, but in reality it is nothing less than abject moral capitulation to evil. Unconditional rejection of self-defense, because you think its a supposed surrender to violence, leaves you no resort but begging for mercy or offering appeasement.
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