GMs can't divide No. 1 draft pick
ROMULUS, Mich. -- After months of heated discussions with the players' association, NHL general managers ended two days of meetings bickering among themselves.
The six-hour, closed-door session between the GMs on Friday dealt with how to handle a draft that follows a season that never was and who deserves a shot at Canadian phenom and projected No. 1 pick Sidney Crosby.
"The temperature got high very quickly," New York Islanders GM Mike Milbury said, describing the brief but ...
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