"The two sides are close enough to a deal that missing the bulk of a season is wrong and missing an entire season is not only insane, it is a blatant disregard for the sport, the fans and the culture we have grown over decades -- just to satisfy egos, not the needs of either side," Miller. wrote.
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Former Sabres President and Minority Owner Larry Quinn spoke with Pierre Lebrun of ESPN.com as well.
In the blog, Lebrun quotes Quinn as saying:
"... I mean, the person that gets hurt the most in this is the player. You’ve got a diminishing asset, and unlike the owners, everything they make is a profit and it cannot be replaced. That’s just the nature of the beast. The fact that their limited livelihood would be jeopardized once again, something is just wrong. It makes you wonder what interests are being represented and why."
"No matter what system there is and no matter how much fear is instilled in the players about what the future is going to be, the future is that they’re always going to make more money. Always; no matter what the system is."
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