Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/21/05 at 09:38 AM ET
When Chris Chelios squawked, it was easy to roll your eyes and say, "Pour some quick-dry cement in this guy's mouth. He's a-l-w-a-y-s griping about something." When Tie Domi screeched, you wanted to dig a hole and bury your head in it. Then when Trent Klatt went off -- Trent Klatt, for heaven's sake, a spare-part player if ever there was one -- it seemed a sure sign all sanity had vanished. But then along came Steve Larmer, a virtuous man and former National Hockey League star. And when he wrote that the National Hockey League Players' Association "had taken a giant step backwards, back to the days of [Alan] Eagleson where a select few made decisions for the group," that's when it became clear: it's time to listen to the squawkers. They have a point.
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