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@slavitch This is one of the "hidden" costs of a lockout.
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@Nichols6thSens I'm not sure but I think the letters would have gone out a few weeks ago. Giving the slow to realise a couple of months notice. Of course they can be recalled at any time should a deal be struck, but I don'tbelieve anybody is expecting that to happen and I'm sure plenty of those served will have been looking for new positions.
Senators have already given notice to those employees who will not be retained after September 15th. Along with, I imagine, virtually every other NHL team they were working on a lock-out working budget as far back as 8 or 9 months ago. At least two friends who worked in the organisation left because they knew their positions were not going to be retained should the NHL lock out the players. There are very few positive signs.