I wonder if Holland is going to go off of this number.
Edited by Diluvian04, 01 June 2012 - 03:46 PM.
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A salary cap of $73.8m would be 90-percent above the initial $39m cap ceiling instituted seven seasons ago;
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Posted 01 June 2012 - 02:50 PM
Today's lesson: A Graft Graph.
Posted 01 June 2012 - 03:58 PM
Same goes for scheduling the Winter Classic and NHL Preseason/Regular Season games for that matter.
Honestly I think they could set it at a bajillion dollars because it's fictional until they re-negotiate the new CBA.
If anything they probably want the highest, most optimistic projection for next year's cap so they can ratchet it down a bit in the new negotiations.
Posted 01 June 2012 - 07:22 PM
What a joke. Leave the damn cap alone. No wonder Ericcsons contract is so inflated. The asking price for s*** players is going to sky rocket and so is the price to get a super star.
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Nothing, but keep in mind the fact that Parise and Suter just may not want to play for a bender team like the Blue Jackets or Oilers could make those offers irrelevant.
Exactly whats to stop some team thats under the cap like last year to dole out 10+ million a year for Parise/Suter to get above the cap?
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If Zach and Ryan re-sign with their teams, and we get neither...are we kind of screwed? Or do we have a good enough team to make some noise next year?
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