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Big Money Teams Are Back

from Al Strachan at Fox Sports,

Realistically, not all clubs are going to hit the cap. Still, all it would take is an average of $45 million, a figure certainly not out of the realm of possibility, and even before the dust from the lockout has settled the whole exercise is shown to be a travesty.
To those of you who sense some sort of déjà vu in that $45-million number, perhaps it’s because that’s the figure Bettman turned down when he shut down the game.
However, all that is irrelevant now and the free agents are happy for it. So are the big-money teams.
They can get back to doing the kind of spending they were doing before the lockout.

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