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PLAYERS: Donald Fehr
The owners are definitely afraid Donald Fehr.. I am constantly hearing how he does not have any respect for the game, the history, or cultures. Fehr is a baseball guy. Hockey is NOT his sport. I tell them regardless...this is not a reason to fear Donald Fehr. Donalds Fehr is a career representative and negotiator... above all else he listen to his constituents. People are always asking...
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