Neidermeyer (Scott) and Thornton (Joe) resign after arbitration. Give the Devil and the Devils their due, he's staying another year with the only NHL team he's played for. http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/hockey/nhl/08/13/bc.hkn.devils.niedermayer.ap/index.htmlhttp://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2004/hockey/nhl/08/17/bc.hkn.bruins.thornton.ap/index.htmlOwner-player meetings go nowhere.http://nhlcbanews.com/news/meeting081704.htmlIvan Hlinka, RIP.http://www.nytimes.com/2004/08/17/sports/hockey/17hlinka.html
Neidermeyer (Scott) and Thornton (Joe) resign after arbitration. !!I can't be the only one who clicked on the link expecting to read about why two of the top players in the league quit after arbitration. [Well, ok, it is summer and board traffic is low ... maybe I was the only one. <g>]altoflaco re-sign: To sign again: re-signed the lease.resign: To give up one's job or office; quit, especially by formal notification: resign from a board of directors.
[Well, ok, it is summer and board traffic is low ... maybe I was the only one. <g>]I understood the op, just thought it was another one of those Canadian eccentricities i.e. defence, labour, colour, hoser, socialized medicine. ;-)Rusty
You were not the only one. I was just to embarrased to post about it.FuskieWho is glad you were not...
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