it's a bad veto.. you don't veto trades like this.. if the other player is dumb enough to trade a player he probably shouldn't. Whomever is the first team to realize this weakness surely deserves to reap the benefits. As an active commish I would not veto this trade; worst case I would let it go to league vote and let the other teams weigh in as well but I would not veto it out of the thought of collusion. Colluding and roster dumping are really the only things that would influence me to veto a trade. Like I mentioned before, it's not your fault you were the first to offer up a trade to someone who might not know that much about the sport and the players involved. Also, getting a d-man and a dual position forward can pay off for one Ovi., yes Markov has a history of injury, but is he injured right now? will he get injured next game? possibly.. but will Ovi get injured next game? possibly..
Totally bad veto. The trade is slightly lopsided but to some degree that is on the two teams that are trading. Couture is on the uptick (but the Sharks CANNOT score as of late) and Markov is injury prone (as mentioned), so the person getting OV is the winner (IMO)... but to veto - nah.
Crosby for Heatley is a veto..... not this one, could go either way.