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Hard To Predict The Economic Future

from Chris Johnston of the CP via TheRecord,

The executive director of the NHL Players’ Association still isn’t sure exactly how much impact the crumbling economy will have on the league beyond next season.

Kelly presided over an annual meeting with certified player agents on Thursday and spent plenty of time addressing economic issues.

He figures the salary cap will be between $54 million and $57 million next season, but he can’t say what will happen in 2010-11.

“It’s like predicting the weather - you get about three or four days out and you can’t do it reliably,” said Kelly.

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