The new Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiated a lowering of the salary cap. The maximum for the 2012/13 season is $70 million. That is anticipated to drop to around $64 millionRead More
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The NHL is undoubtedly a money-driven league. However, that doesn’t mean NHL general managers should have to focus on dishing out millions upon millions.
Sidney Crosby won’t be a free agent this Sunday. If Ray Shero and the Pittsburgh Penguins have their way, Crosby may never be a free agent again. Marian Hossa won’tRead More
As far as the Pittsburgh Penguins are concerned, any meaningful trade talk in the wake of another postseason letdown will have to be suspended until at least September 15. That’sRead More
With next Monday’s National Hockey League trade deadline rapidly approaching, speculation around the league is rampant regarding which teams will make big deals and who they will acquire. Hockey fansRead More
Last week, a friend and I had an animated discussion on Bruins’ GM Peter Chiarelli’s offseason plan. While I was ambivalent, he was dismayed – the Bruins, fresh off aRead More
The Pittsburgh Penguins made their first substantial move of the offseason on Thursday by signing Craig Adams to a two-year contract extension. Including a $300k signing bonus, the new dealRead More