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by Paul on 01/26/07 at 11:41 AM ET
from Damien Cox of the Toronto Star,
While Saskin has been clearly hoping the dissidents would gradually lose steam and fade away, the decision of the player reps is clear evidence that over the past year many moderate and disinterested players have slowly become increasingly militant, frustrated at the stories and speculation surrounding the union and their inability to get answers to straightforward financial and procedural questions….
The turning point, in retrospect, may have come last November when ex-player Steve Larmer, a widely respected individual in union circles, stepped down from his position as the NHLPA’s director of player relations.
Larmer said he felt the union had taken “a giant step backwards, back to the days of (Alan) Eagleson where a select few made decisions for the group.”
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