Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 09/04/05 at 01:54 PM ET
The new Collective Bargaining Agreement is quickly changing the landscape in the National Hockey League. "In the past you felt there were six to eight teams that could win the Stanley Cup," Red Wings General Manager Ken Holland said. "There's probably 15 to 20 teams that can win it now. "It's going to be an exciting season." After a one-year absence, National Hockey League teams return to the ice this month. The Wings report to camp at Traverse City's Centre ICE next week. "I can't wait," Holland said. Prior to that, a five-team NHL prospects tournament will be held here, starting Tuesday. Teams will be operating under new rules and new budgets. A $39 million salary cap resulted in unprecedented player movement during the off-season.
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