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10-29-2012, 10:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Kimota View Post
Once you become a NHL player, you make 350 thousand per year salary. Nothing more, nothing less. That's every players. And this will never change. And if you reach certain plateaus, then you get big bonuses. Say a guy would score 50 goals one season, he could get something like 5 million. I think that would be pretty damn fair. And at the same time, the business is healthy. But some franchises would have to disolved first so there's no weak link to the new system.
.... ya, this is an interesting idea & concept Kimota. A "Standardized Players Contract" league-wide whereby all players are paid the same base salary & bonuses for points, save percentages, winners of the Richard, Smythe, Vezina trophies etc; team bonuses for regular season standings & playoff performances. $350K as a base seems pretty light to me though.

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