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Sunday's Dump & Chase: Is the End Nigh?

With the NHL having put forth a comprehensive proposal a few days ago, all eyes are on the players' response to this latest overture. As the season hangs in the balance, will Don Fehr exert pressure and put the squeeze on Gary Bettman, or just work out a deal to get the game back on the ice?

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Bruce Bennett

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The closer we get to the endgame, the higher the stakes become.

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The NHL has apparently alerted game operations staff to prepare for duty...

Fehr must decide if Bettman’s drop-dead date is a bluff - The Globe and Mail

Considering the number of times Bettman has said that the league offers couldn't get any better, or that particular items had been taken off the table, how seriously should his deadline be respected?