Dan Boyle thinks both sides are to blame for the state of the lockout.
"It's supposed to be a negotiation, and I think right now both sides think it's their way or the highway," Boyle said. It's rare to see a player blame the union along with the owner's for the current situation. As it stands though, the two sides are currently in a staring contest waiting for the other to blink. Eventually one will, but it looks like it won't happen before we lose any chance of having an 82-game season.