Roman Hamrlik isn't backing down from his harsh comments on NHLPA boss Donald Fehr.
Hamrlik suggested that Fehr should be removed if the season gets canceled and wants the NHL's proposal put to a vote. "This is nothing against any of the players," Hamrlik said. "I stand with them. We are all together in this. And we want a great deal. A fair deal. Everybody's losing in this right now. Owners, players, fans. The fans are the reason for hockey. Some cities won't be able to recover their fans for future seasons. I just want to say I've been in the league for 20 years and faced three lockouts and there's only 14 other guys that have done that. I believe I've earned the right to say what I think. If someone thinks I'm selfish. I may be, but it's selfish to play hockey. Like everybody else, I want to win the Cup with the Capitals, or at least have a chance." Hamrlik added that he thinks this is a fight between sides that have too much pride.