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01-02-2013, 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted by opendoor View Post
Because nothing the NHL has offered in these negotiations suggests to me that they're interested in allowing rich teams to effectively buy assets from poorer teams cap free. There's a reason they designed the 2005 buyouts to avoid this very scenario and I suspect they'll put rules in place this time as well. Who knows, maybe I'm wrong but I've seen very little evidence that the NHL negotiating committee is interested in allowing that kind of thing.
Nothing suggests this? really? You might want to think about your answer a bit more next time, because you're obviously not paying attention.

the current CBA proposal turns salary and cap space into tradeable assets. This is something both players and owners want..They want player movement to be less restrictive than it is, and want to give poor teams mechanisms that let them trade more competively.

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