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01-06-2013, 05:51 AM
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The specifics of agreement

jessespector 2:15am via Tweetbot for iOS For 2013-14 season. RT @RealKyper: Sportsnet learned 64.3m final cap hit.


FriedgeHNIC 2:14am via Web
Two sides settled on contract lengths of 7 years (other free agents), 8 (your own).


RealKyper 2:15am via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Sportsnet learned length of #CBA 10 w opt out at 8 yrs.


TSNBobMcKenzie 2:16am via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Important documentation and ratification is next phase. Start date and # of games in season still TBA, depending on how long it takes.


stevezipay 2:18am via TweetDeck
What we have is a verbal agreement on major items, more work to be done on start date and number of games


FriedgeHNIC 2:18am via Twitter for BlackBerry®
Still need to find out about voting procedures, etc.


SunGarrioch 2:19am via Web
Board of governors and players wil have to ratify the deal. Once that's done it will be back to work. #NHL #NHLPA


FriedgeHNIC 2:20am via Twitter for BlackBerry®
And, after craziness of process, the two sides will carefully examine all paperwork


TGfireandice 2:22am via TweetDeck
Language in tentative deal will have to polished and reviewed, then deal will have to be ratified by union and approved by Board of Govs.


eporterchris 2:22am via UberSocial for BlackBerry
The NHL's new CBA will ultimately need to be ratified by both a majority of the 30 league owners and approximately 740 players.


Russostrib 2:23am via TweetDeck
10-year deal with eight mutual opt-out, $64.3 M 2013-14 cap, 7-year max contracts (8 for own players); believe 2 compliance buyouts

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