How a Stagnant Salary Cap Would Affect All 30 NHL Teams

November 21st, 2014 by Lyle Richardson Leave a reply »

The New York Post's Larry Brooks reports there's concern among NHL officials that next season's salary cap might not increase by very much, if at all. The Ottawa Sun's Bruce Garrioch reports there's speculation the cap might reach $70.5 million, which is a modest increase over the current $69 million.

A stagnant cap ceiling will have significant consequences for a number of NHL clubs. indicates 20 of the 30 teams have over $50 million invested in payrolls for 2015-16. The site also makes it possible to review the cap space for each team at the current ceiling and at $70.5 million.

Here's a look at how a stagnant salary cap could affect every NHL team, including efforts to improve their respective rosters and re-signing key free agents.

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