Bob McKenzie: NHL doesn't need max contract length
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11-12-2012, 09:45 AM
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As you know, since we've talked about before, the league's solution is to let Toronto keep even more of that money, asking the players to accept what the weakest can afford. In a way, this seems like the least fair solution to all sides.
To the point here though, as others have stated, a limit on the variance from year to year obviates the need for a term cap.
I've said numerous times that I have absolutely no issues with a massive increase in RS. I don't think it's the right answer, but I think it's a more realistic answer than the right answer (sadly). And I've never once proposed dropping the split to what the weakest can afford. Please don't insinuate otherwise.
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