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Gary Bettman Estimates NHL Salary Cap Will Increase By Nearly $6M Next Year

04 / 23 / 14

NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman yesterday said that he estimated the salary cap next year will be in the $69-70M range, "but nothing [is] finalized on that," according to Brian Stubits of CBSSPORTS.com. While it is "not the massive jump that had been optimistically projected," it is "still a jump of n...

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