Former Bruins forward Derek Sanderson said on The Big Show Tuesday that he struggles to wrap his mind around the NHL's current labor negotiations, citing commissioner Gary Bettman's history with the NBA and NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr's history as head as the MLBPA.
"You've got the No. 2 guy in basketball in Gary Bettman, and you've got Donald Fehr, all he's represented is baseball," Sanderson said. "So you've got a basketball guy and a baseball guy, who have never played hockey in their life, deciding hockey's future. What's wrong with that picture? They don't understand what they're doing."
Sanderson, who discussed his life experiences and his autobiography, "Crossing the Line," said that he fears that the season could be lost if the sides cannot the resolve the lockout by mid-December.
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