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Less then 28.6 million in payroll, or no revenue sharing

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07-28-2005, 03:08 PM
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Less then 28.6 million in payroll, or no revenue sharing

Exceeding 28.6 million in payroll, will eliminate them from revenue sharing?


"And at the other end of the economic spectrum, look for so-called small market clubs like Nashville, Florida, Pittsburgh and Phoenix to land somewhere in the middle of the salary grid. If Nashville has a salary total higher than $28.6 million, for example, that would eliminate the Predators from the second tier of the league's profit-sharing plan where the 10 most profitable clubs give money to subsidize the lowest 15. "

This is the first confirmation of this. It's been rumored for a couple weeks.

I asked in this thread

Hoping it was'nt true.

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That's effectively their hard cap so they'll probably want to stay $2-3 million under it to leave room for deadline acquisitions.

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