Proposing a new Hockey League, how would you form it?

I think a league in Canada, a league in the US, and so forth would be pretty cool. Like a professional one above the CHL and AHL. Then you can have a Champions League format kind of like in European Soccer, cups and tournaments combining both leagues. In Canada we could have a whole new professional league consisting of several all Canadian teams. America could even have an Alaskan team. They could play in Cups/tournaments featuring Russian and other European teams. Let's face it, it's a global market, and it's competitive. I would ditch the NHL, say it is the end, and move to a new league(s). It would be so exciting and you could have a world showcase. It could surpass all other leagues. What do you think? Fix the NHL, or have new leagues, new commissioners, and new real business people who know how to run things, as well as fair players. Be fair or be kicked out. You want to play hockey for reasonable money go for it. But do not ask for extreme exrtravagance because every few years when a contract expires your ass will be kissed goobye because of a stoppage. Other jobs/industries, you don't make the same money when there's a stoppage, but these NHLers ask to have their contracts honoured even when they don't officially play and the league doesn't bring in revenue because of the stoppage. This is Canada, this is my country and I laugh in the face of the players who want their contract honoured. Please have proper language in case of a lockout, to reduce based on how much is lost in revenue and season schedule. If that's not in the language then it is assumed contract is exactly what it says. Then business has failed. Bettman should resign and then formulate a new Players League, have an interim and have a mandatory resumption, starting New Years beginning with a smaller scale Players endorsed Winter Classic. Have a sale, maybe make it a Mid-Winter Classic

Asked By: athletic dude - 11/21/2012
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I agree that it's better to fix the NHL first. This where the best players in the world play. 30 teams is quite a lot of teams. Sharing television revenue is the best solution to ensure that franchise are solvent... More
Answered By: Ericarchy - 11/21/2012
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