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NHLPA Estimates $62.2M Salary Cap Next Season If Players Trigger Escalator
Published April 11, 2011
EUROPEAN VACATION: The NHL this morning officially announced it will open the ’11-12 season in Europe as part of 2011 Compuware NHL Premiere and NHL Face-Off. The Ducks will play the Sabres in Helsinki on Oct. 7, while the Rangers and Kings will play in Stockholm. Berlin will host the Sabres and Kings on Oct. 8, while the Ducks will stay in Stockholm to play the Rangers. Seventeen of the league’s 30 teams will have participated in regular-season games in Europe since ’07 (NHL).