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In a move that will not go over all too well with the rest of the players from the National Hockey League, Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller came out and said that he feels it is time to decertify the NHLPA. After watching the negotiations to end the current NHL Lockout go nowhere, Miller feels as the decertification of the NHLPA may be the only thing that can save the 2012-2013 NHL season. But he also wants to make it perfectly clear that these opinions are his, and his only. The Sabres’ netminder sent the following to The Globe and Mail: “After watching the other sport leagues go through labour disputes last year, it is apparent that until decertification is filed, there will not be any real movement or negotiation,” Miller wrote in an e-mail to The Globe and Mail. “Many things in our negotiation are very consistent with the NFL and NBA negotiations, and both of those leagues filed papers necessary to decertify. “It seems like the players in any league are going to be subjecte...
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Is there anything that this kid cannot do?
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Poetry in motion!
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