The NHLPA has come up with some interesting points about the salary cap.
One of the big points is the need to increase the cap for players.
It sounds obvious, but we’re talking about a lot of money.
The NHL has already raised the salary ceiling for all of its players, but that is not necessarily enough.
The salary cap needs to be raised to get players to play at the level they need to play.
The next point is that players are also owed a portion of the salary of the players they’re replacing.
The NHLPA pointed out that the salary for a new player is about $2.6 million per season.
However, that number can be as low as $1.6million per season depending on the number of games played.
The cap hits for each team’s NHL players are around $4.7 million per year.
The league is hoping that these players will be able to play a full season, but it’s hard to see them getting there.
The salaries are only about $1,500 per NHL season.
So, what do you think?
Do you think the salary needs to increase?
Let us know in the comments.