Toronto Maple Leafs Pooling Money to Help AHL Marlies

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Toronto Maple Leafs Pooling Money to Help Struggling AHL Marlies Generosity is in the air. That following the news that the Leafs’ core is pooling money to help their AHL Marlies’ teammates. Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reported Saturday night that a group of the Leafs’ well-compensated NHL players had pooled money together to make a contribution […] READ MORE


Breaking Down the Arizona Coyotes Salary Cap Misery

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The 2020-21 Arizona Coyotes salary cap is a challenge for any general manager to undertake. Well, the new general manager of the Coyotes, Bill Armstrong inherited that situation from his predecessor. In this article, we are going to attempt to show you a whole new way to look at salaries in the NHL. The Arizona […] READ MORE


NHL Flat Salary Cap Intensifies Luongo’s Cap Recapture Penalty

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NHL flat salary cap of $81.5M for two seasons and $82.5M the season thereafter intensifies Luongo’s infamous cap recapture penalty impact on Vancouver. A team looking to sign numerous Unrestricted Free Agents (UFAs) and Restricted Free Agents (RFAs) this off-season. Luongo’s Cap Recapture Penalty Impact on an NHL Flat Salary Cap Introduction of the Cap […] READ MORE


Can The Toronto Maple Leafs Afford Mitch Marner

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The real question isn’t really can the Toronto Maple Leafs afford to sign Mitch Marner. It’s what do they have to give up to afford him. The answer is not that much. The Maple Leafs announced the signing of Mitch Marner on the first day of training camp. A six-year deal with an annual cap […] READ MORE


The NHL False Sense Of Parity – Part 2

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Over the past several weeks, the topic of conversion has been the salary cap. The Toronto Maple Leafs and Tampa Bay Lightning had to manipulate the rules to sign players under the salary cap. Not to mention the Ottawa Senators trading for Ryan Callahan’s contract just to get to the salary cap floor. What better […] READ MORE


Marc-Andre Fleury’s Health is Key to Vegas Golden Knights Success

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In the Crease: Golden Knights Success Depends Heavily on Fleury’s Health One of the most beloved players in the NHL today, Marc-Andre Fleury will be playing for the Vegas Golden Knights for the foreseeable future. It still feels weird to a degree, though. After all, the guy backstopped the Pittsburgh Penguins for well over a decade. He […] READ MORE


Final Salary Cap Limit Set for 2018-19 NHL Season

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After much deliberation and different estimations, the final salary cap limit for the 2018-19 NHL season has been set. Teams this season will have $79.5 million in cap space to use as they wish on players. This figure is $4.5 million higher than the 2017-18 salary cap of $75 million, and is the highest it has been […] READ MORE


NHL Salary Cap Projected to Rise to $80 Million

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The NHL salary cap looks to be going up to $80 million according to projections. Deputy commissioner and chief legal officer Bill Daly confirmed during a Monday press conference the 2018-19 cap. That number would signify an increase of $5 million from the current number of $75 million. Bill Daly says the current projection for […] READ MORE



Report: NHL to Finalize Bonus Overages for 2017-18, Ten Teams to Receive Penalties

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According to CapFriendly: 10 teams will receive bonus overages as a result of insufficient cap space at the end of the 2016-17 NHL season. Overview of all 10 teams and the breakdowns of their Bonus Overages as calculated by #CapFriendly: pic.twitter.com/gOWGpqNqh1 — CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) June 28, 2017 NHL Finalizes Bonus Overages for 2017-18 The Toronto […] READ MORE