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NHL player Trottier: 'Somewhere between grim and bleak'

It's always about the money. The big business of professional sports has meant frequent battles between players and owners for a piece of the multimillion-dollar pie. The 2004 hockey lockout was the first in a decade, but over the years sports labour disputes have plagued professional football, baseball, basketball and hockey — resulting in shortened seasons and furious fans.

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Hockey player Brian Trottier tells Peter Gzowski the players' perspective on the 1992 strike.
Medium: Radio
Program: Morningside
Broadcast Date: April 9, 1992
Guest(s): Brian Trottier
Host: Peter Gzowski
Duration: 5:39

Last updated: November 26, 2012

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