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by Paul on 07/07/06 at 09:19 PM ET
Right now, the player is being paid, and thus his salary counts against the cap as required by the CBA. But the situation is being reviewed internally as to whether he can/should receive some other treatment by agreement with the PAIt is good to see this situation is being reviewed and when I get an update on this I will inform KK readers. added Saturday July 8th 11:18am, via the Detroit News,
But NHL rules allow a team to put a player on a long-term injury list and replace the value of his salary. However, the Wings might wait until they're at the cap before putting Fischer on LTI to allow them to exceed the cap by as much as his $1.4 million salary.more
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