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09-09-2004, 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by garry1221
you would have to look at the glass and see how much water you could feasably pour out or how much water would be poured out after the season (players retiring, players you don't intend on signing anyway etc)

if there was only so much water per team to be held, you'd see alot more players being offered less than they would if they had an entire lake, which is what the nhlpa would love to see, but would you rather see a glass full of water or see a drought happen, which is essentially what it's coming down to
It wouldn't matter how much cap room you'd have in a year or two. A player is not going to sit for a year and wait. If another team has the cap room to sign him, he's gone.

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