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How the top teams spend their cap space

Part of the reason I wanted to do this was, in looking at how GM Doug Wilson had revamped San Jose's roster by cutting depth and adding a top end stud, it was really clear how top heavy he had elected to go. And that's really becoming the norm under the cap these days

Why the Blackhawks can exceed the cap

By my count, Chicago is spending about $57.6-million to this point, and that includes the full complement of 12 forwards, six defencemen and two goaltenders

League sets salary cap at 56.8 million, floor at 40.8 million

According to TSN's live draft blog, the cap numbers have finally been set. Nothing like waiting until the very last minute!

TSN-Moderator: Brent Wallace reports that the salary cap has been set for next season at $56.8...

TSN-Moderator: Brent Wallace reports that the salary cap has been set for next season at $56.8 million, up about $100,000 from last season. The floor has been set at $40.8 million. From TSN's Draft Day Blog.

NHL players vote for salary inflator, keeping salary cap close to 2008-9 level

Larry Brooks at the New York Post reports from Montreal: The NHL players union has voted to trigger the 5-percent escalator on the 2009-10 salary cap, The Post has learned. This means that the 2009-10 cap will remain within a couple of hundred thousand dollars of last season's figure of $56.7 million. Hat tip to Kukla's Korner!

What Joey New should do

Being that the Stars hired Joe Nieuwendyk as their new GM, it made sense for BoC to dissect what Dallas should do to get back into the elite ranks.

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