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by Paul on 09/14/06 at 10:23 AM ET
Pressed on how he'd deal with hitting the club's self-imposed salary ceiling of $42.5 million US if Kesler is kept -- 21 projected roster players under contract for $42.570 million with a backup goalie and Josh Green still to sign -- Nonis was non-committal. "You always want the best team possible, but I'm not talking about it and I will talk about it at the appropriate time," he said. Nonis also wouldn't bite on who's to blame for the offer sheet. Is it Clarke who needs a third-line centre with Keith Primeau announcing that he will retire today due to post-concussion syndrome? Is it NHL commissioner Gary Bettman or the new collective bargaining agreement that is driving up the salaries of Group 2 free agents?read on
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