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IHL'S IGUANAS THREATEN TO BOYCOTT UPCOMING GAMES
Published November 7, 1994
Several members of the IHL's San Antonio Iguanas have threatened to sit out upcoming games due to a salary dispute. Several players have complained that Iguanas GM Jim Goodman had approved salary supplements above the league's salary cap for top players. Iguanas Coach Bill Goldsworthy said he supported the players and confirmed that Goodman had promised several players extra money: "I believe you should have to live up to your promises" (SAN ANTONIO NEWS-EXPRESS, 11/7).