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Wednesday's Dump & Chase: Salary Cap Revealed

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The NHL announced the 2015-2016 salary cap will be $71.4 million. Teams like the Bruins, Blackhawks, and Kings have some tough decisions to make.

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Nashville Predators News

Rinne, Laviolette to Represent Preds at NHL Awards | Nashville Predators
Good luck, Lavy.

Rinne's Vezina nomination shows his importance to Preds-The Tennessean

In case you didn't know already.

Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey

Penguins, Stars, Panthers lead 8 suitors for Patrick Sharp | Second City Hockey
Three teams have reportedly emerged in the chase to land Sharp.

Ducks GM unhappy after Beleskey rejects offer | Sportsnet.ca
Matt Beleskey's run with the Anaheim Ducks appears to be over. The pending unrestricted free agent will head to free agency, having rejected the Ducks' best offer.

NHL reveals 2015-16 cap will be $71.4 million | ProHockeyTalk
That's an increase, but not a major one.

The 10 NHL players most likely to be traded before free agency begins - The Globe and Mail

How do you feel about Tyler Bozak?

Rumor Roundup: Will Thornton and Marleau bid the Bay Area farewell? | The Hockey News

Hey fellas, I heard Nashville's pretty nice...

Devan Dubnyk wants 'fair' deal as free agent | Sportsnet.ca
Life ain't fair, Dubness!

Dual offer sheets the way to land RFA talent | TSN
I love the idea of teams strategically presenting dual offer sheets to their rivals, thus forcing them to make some difficult choices.

Jackets Pursuing Coyotes Pick? | BlueJackets Xtra
Apparently the want Hanafin.

The long history of awkward NHL Awards show skits (Video) | Puck Daddy

Hope we get another one.