http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/columns/story?id=1974554 I saw this link about how the WHA is hoping to attract some NHL-ers to their new league. What I thought was interesting is that the WHA has a salary cap, something the player's union is dead-set against, but some high profile NHL players have expressed interest in playing anyway. That makes me wonder how many players actually are OK with a salary cap in the NHL. I get the feeling that the player's union is going to be so successful in defending their position that they're going shut down an entire league shoving a lot of middle-class workers out of a job. Typically I believe that salaries are none of my business, but this isn't a typical situation. When workers (players) demand such high salaries that the organization can't survive something needs to change. The players need to quit whining and be happy with multi-million dollar salaries for playing a game.