By Michael Cammack-USA TODAY SportsThe Stanley Cup Playoffs have started and teams are starting to get some good news about their finances.
The Stanley Cup is still on sale, so you may not have heard about the league’s new owners.
But it’s not too late to get started.
The NHL’s salary cap has been set at $75 million for the upcoming season.
But that doesn’t include any of the teams’ spending.
This means that a team that was spending $7 million on players or a team spending $6 million on salaries, for example, won’t have a cap hit in the upcoming year.
That means that teams that were spending $8 million on equipment or $5 million on a player won’t be able to spend money at all on players in the near future.
That’s because the league and its players are already operating under the cap.
That’s not to say the cap isn’t there, but there’s a reason it’s set at 75.
The goal is to keep teams from being able to use the cap as a way to lock in players, a team executive said.
That way, teams will be able and willing to invest and keep players on their teams.
In addition to keeping players from spending money, the salary cap is designed to make it easier for owners to retain players.
Because it’s a fixed amount, it makes it harder for teams to lock down players with poor performance and/or low production.
The cap is set to be $70 million, but it can be adjusted at any time.
This year, teams are allowed to make up to $35 million in salary cap space.
So teams will have to adjust as necessary.
That means teams are able to keep some of their cap space up front, and if they’re going to make big spending decisions, they can do so before the start of the regular season.
This is because the cap will be at 75 per team and teams will spend whatever they feel they can use up front.
This allows them to make those decisions early in the season, but they’re still locked in.
This means that there’s no limit to how much money a team can spend on an individual player.
This could mean an owner could spend as much as $8.5 million this year, or it could mean spending $10 million on an offensive defenseman, or even a $12 million on two forwards.
The biggest issue for some teams is that the cap is so low.
So the best strategy for them to maximize their spending is to cut costs and save money by getting players to sign contracts.
This will make it much easier for them not to spend a ton of money, which could lead to some big moves in free agency.
As we all know, free agency is the biggest reason for a team to make a big splash in free agent signings.
The other big reason is because many teams will start using their salary cap to sign some of the top prospects in the league.
That is, a lot of teams will sign prospects that are going to be the cornerstone of their future.
For example, if the team is building a roster that includes a goaltender and two top-four defensemen, they’re not going to want to sign a guy like Jonathan Quick, who has been a perennial Calder Trophy winner, unless he’s signed to a contract that allows him to earn $4 million per season.
That doesn’t mean you can’t sign someone like Dustin Brown or Nick Holden to a one-year deal.
These are very good players that will be in a team’s plans, and they’ll get paid on the basis of their ability to contribute and their value as a player.
But in general, it’s best to try and get good players on the open market to help a team win games.
That will help the team in the long run.
It’s also important to keep in mind that the salary caps don’t cover everyone.
Some teams will only pay players based on how much they are worth in the future.
This might be the case for some players that are getting paid well, like Sidney Crosby or Alex Ovechkin.
Those players might not be worth much to a team in free fall, but that doesn.
Teams are able, however, to make an exception if they think the player is worth a lot.
The league will look at this as well and see if the player will be worth $4-5 million per year.
The rule is that if the players’ contract is worth more than $4.5M, the team can sign them to a deal that will pay them a little more than that.
This is something that’s been a big debate in free-agency circles this offseason.
Teams want to make sure that they can make deals with players that have already signed contracts and that they’re getting paid on a consistent basis.
So that’s where this is going to play out.
That would mean a lot more big money being handed out to players, and that’s something that can