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09-07-2012, 06:33 AM
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Originally Posted by OlTimeHockey View Post
I kinda like the floor and ceiling gap wide. It doesn't punish success as much. The Pens ran the floor and now the ceiling due to years of building (sucking, tanking and a rigged draft). The Isles should have a low dollar cap floor like now but room for the maturation of players into gems (under our astute coaching and management).
i agree...



i understand the whole concept of 'nudging' teams to be competitive, but i think it's best that they widen the gap between the lower and upper. and then let the chips fall where they may. if an organization ices a low-cap team, and the fans still support them (with $), then the fans deserve what they get. it would affect salaries less. the rich could spend more, the cheapos could spend less. and more importantly, we would be able to watch hockey!

get it done guys.

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