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12-08-2012, 02:20 PM
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Originally Posted by 4evaBlue View Post
So, Campoli is worried that teams not being able to use cap circumventing deals will result in the superstars will getting all the money, leaving the middle class for fight over the leftover cap space. What a shortsighted fool. When the 38 year old former stars are still on the cap at $7M, and the young stars getting signed for their $7M, where does that leave the middle class he's worried about so much?
Yes, 8 year deals would make much more sense than 12-15 year deals.


The New York Rangers are the most valuable NHL franchise at $1.2 billion, taking the top spot on the Forbes list for the first time since 2004.

The magazine said Tuesday that Montreal is second at $1.18 billion, followed by Toronto at $1.15 billion.

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