Effects Of A Lower-Than-Projected NHL Salary Cap

  The NHL recently released its salary-cap figures for 2014-15, in which the cap ceiling rose from $64.3 million to $69 million, while the cap floor increased to $51 million. While it’s a substantial increase in the ceiling, it’s not as high as the...

Breaking Down Marian Gaborik’s New Contract

  In the wake of the Los Angeles Kings signing Marian Gaborik to a seven-year, $34.125 million contract, I wondered if this was a clever way by the Kings to exploit a loophole in the current collective bargaining agreement. Under the previous CBA, the Kings...

Anticipating a Busy NHL Offseason

  The previous two NHL offseasons were rather quiet affairs, either clouded by the anticipation of a lockout or the fallout from it. This summer, however, could be busier than usual, thanks to several factors which could ensure considerable player movement. The...