In the NY Post, Larry Brooks writes of the owners continued quest to discredit Donald Fehr.
He writes that these claims never surfaced when Fehr was the head of the MLBPA for 23 years, “In more than three decades working with the MLBPA, not once was Fehr accused of acting unethically in collective bargaining. Yet now, that’s the repeated implication coming from the NHL.”
Brooks says that this move reeks of desperation from the owners as they try and undermine Fehr in the minds of the players.
Angry allegations that NHL trying to discredit The Donald. 'Cause, of course, players would never, ever do such a thing to Bettman.—
Damien Cox (@DamoSpin) December 02, 2012