Friday, June 29, 2007


Salary Cap Increased

TSN is reporting that the NHL salary cap ceiling is increased to $50.3 million for the upcoming season. The salary cap floor is at $34.3 million.

This benefits New Jersey, allowing them to spend more money to get higher calibur players. Hopefully the team will remain under the cap enough to allow players to be called up from Lowell to replace injured players in the coming season. As great as it was to see the Devils play and win games with 16 players, I really don't want to have the Devils do that again.


Wait, John, you don't like the "Crash & Burn" approach to dealing with injuries the Devils took last year? :P
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angry devils fan here...losing rafalski to detroit and then having gomez go to the rangers...LOU, WHAT HAPPENED
I'm not Lou, so I don't know what to say other than unrestricted free agency means the final decision is up to the player, not the GM to sign a guy.

Also, Dark Ranger, stop trolling my blog.
Signing off. JF can't take the heat.

the dark ranger
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