lol duncan keith at 49? hes not gonna get above 65 points . you coulda got someone in the 90's in that spot braineac.
Like Heatley? Who are you, Keith Jones?...
And I could have got someone in the 90s???
1 Daniel Sedin VAN L 82 41 63 104
2 Martin St Louis TBL R 82 31 68 99
3 Corey Perry ANA R 82 50 48 98
4 Henrik Sedin VAN C 82 19 75 94
5 Steven Stamkos TBL C 82 45 46 91
6 Jarome Iginla CGY R 82 43 43 86
7 Alex Ovechkin WSH L 79 32 53 85
8 Teemu Selanne ANA R 73 31 49 80
9 Henrik Zetterberg DET L 80 24 56 80
10 Brad Richards DAL C 72 28 49 77
Good question, I assumed it was all 28, but I don't know.
Ya cuz the bench players arent getting you any points so they really shouldn't be counted against the cap. Though if it's all 28 players than that's fine but the average salary has to be 2.8 million and that's going to be extremely difficult to do with only 16 teams. A lot of star studded teams.
I may be ignorant, but I am unaware of any game options on ESPN which will track the salary of a teams starters.
Active gms will change their rosters daily, what controls will be in place to ensure that on a day by day basis no one is over the cap? Will the commissioners be checking each day right before puck drop? Are we going to be forced to lock in starters each week?
If there is a way fot ESPN to track it then this isn't an issue, but I'm doubtful this is the case. The cap should probably be for ones whole team excluding prospects, if necessary expand the limit modestly.