I'm with Ulmer. 
As Mike Ulmer wrote a few days ago:
Blow it up, boys, the season, the game, the whole enchilada. Then make sure the door doesn't hit you on the ass on the way out.
One year without the NHL? Not enough.
We need a two- or three-year lockout that would inflict incalculable damage to the sport.

Well, I guess I'm not that extreme. But if it scared the players enough to actually give in to the creation of Satan himself - the salary cap - I would scream it from the rooftops.

UPDATE: Even Paul's onboard with a cap:
Martin declined to offer an opinion on the dispute, saying the federal government shouldn't display any prejudice if it wanted to get involved.
But he did say Tuesday in another interview that he wanted to see the NHL help smaller teams survive, and cited the NFL's Green Bay Packers and the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders as examples.
Both the CFL and NFL have salary caps but Martin did not specifically say whether he felt the NHL should have one.
Yeah, he didn't come out and say it - but when does he ever - you have to read between the lines people.

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