Found October 26, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: Ryan Suter
TEAMS: Minnesota Wild
"It's disappointing. If you can't afford to (sign contracts) then you shouldn't do it.  (Leipold) signed us to contracts. At the time he said everything was fine. Yeah, it's disappointing. A couple months before, everything is fine, and now they want to take money out of our contracts that we already signed." -Ryan Suter of the Minnesota Wild on the CBA negotiations.  More from Suter via Craig Custance of ESPN.
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