Resolution '95 didn't include caving
More than a decade later it still seems innocuous.
National Hockey League Players' Association president Mike Gartner, frustrated at the lack of progress during the 1994-95 lockout, called up his boss, then-Toronto Maple Leafs president and general manager Cliff Fletcher, and asked if they could chat. That's all, just chat.
"Obviously, I invited him over to my house. I always had good relationships with all my players," Fletcher recalled last week. "And we had a very good discussion."
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