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The NHL Salary Cap from 2005 to 2012 - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
Here's how the NHL salary cap worked during the 2005-2012 collective agreement.
NHL Salary Cap 2013 Explanation - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
How the NHL salary cap works according to rules set by the 2013 collective agreement.
The NHL Salary Cap - Trades, Contract Buyouts and Escrow
Further details of the NHL salary cap as negotiated under the 2013 collective agreement, including how teams can retain salary in player trades.
NHL Salary Cap: How much should teams commit to their star ...
The NHL salary cap may limit the amount of money teams can spend on players, but the teams that are willing -- and able -- to spend to the limits of the cap have ...
What is the 2014-15 NHL salary cap? - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
Just hours before the NHL draft, and less than a week before the start of free agency, the NHL announced that the salary cap for the 2014-15 season will be set ...
NHL Lockout Basics - Would an NHL Salary Cap Result in a More ...
In an effort to help you understand the NHL lockout, we cut through the numbers and the jargon with our quick and easy NHL Lockout Basics. Today's issue: ...
The "New" NHL - Rule Changes the Salary Cap and More.
Here's a look at the NHL salary cap, new free agency rules and other key points in the new collective agreement signed in July of 2005. or comparison, changes ...
New Deal Ends 2012-13 NHL Lockout - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
Jan 6, 2013 ... January 6/13 - Details of the agreement between the NHL and NHL ... 3) The year one salary cap is $70.2 million, with a floor of $44 million.
Will an NHL salary cap lead to lower ticket prices? - Pro Ice Hockey
In an effort to help you understand the NHL lockout, we cut through the numbers ... "affordable ticket prices" whenever they discuss the benefits of a salary cap.
NHL Lockouts and Strikes: A History - Pro Ice Hockey - About.com
NHL owners demanded an inflexible cap on player salaries, claiming that player costs drained up to 75% of team revenues. The NHLPA disputed that figure.