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Monday's Dump & Chase: Should the NHL Follow Baseball's Lead?

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The NHLPA's Donald Fehr often cites Major League Baseball and its lack of a salary cap as an example the NHL should consider, given that league's relative peace and prosperity on the labor front. Our morning hockey notes feature starkly different opinions on that notion, but what do you think? Is there a potential solution to the NHL's problems on the ball diamond?

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NHL could learn from baseball's labour peace | Hockey | CBC Sports
Elliotte Friedman stares into the abyss, and looks to baseball as a major league which has grown tremendously in recent years without labor stoppages.

NHL lockout squandering goodwill of fans - Denver Post
...meanwhile, Adrian Dater reviles at the thought of hockey adopting the MLB model.

Olczyk 'honored and humbled' by U.S. Hall induction - NHL.com
Eddie O, Mike Modano, and Lou Lamoriello entered the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame over the weekend.

Davidson: "Very Good Two Days" | BlueJackets Xtra
The courting continues between John Davidson and the Columbus organization.