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by Paul on 02/08/07 at 09:52 PM ET
from Darren Dreger at TSN,
The belief that next year’s salary cap will increase to upwards of $48 million was one of the topics discussed in a meeting between the National Hockey League Players’ Association and a group of NHL player agents.
According to sources inside the meeting, the union also contends current gate receipts and hockey-related revenues show the cap could climb to as high as $52 million by 2010.
added 11:11pm, from David Shoalts of the Globe and Mail,
The National Hockey League Players’ Association held its annual agents seminar Thursday, an occasion usually marked by the mundane business of administering the collective agreement.
But the real topic overhanging the gathering at a Toronto hotel, attended by 93 player agents, was the one dogging the union for months — the future of executive director Ted Saskin.
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