Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 08/10/05 at 02:24 PM ET
Bill Clement had just retrieved his baggage from the Philadelphia International Airport carousel. Fresh off of broadcasting Citgo Bassmaster Classic for ESPN from Pittsburgh's Mellon Arena - an event he described as "15,000 crazed fishing fans" - Clement placed a cell phone call to offer his take on the National Hockey League's freshly minted Collective Bargaining Agreement. Motoring north on Interstate-95 toward his New Hope residence, his words rushed through the line with the enthusiasm of a slap shot. "For the welfare of the sport, there had to be a correction," insisted the 54-year-old former Philadelphia Flyer. "The sport was headed for oblivion. The business model was completely shattered."
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