Here's my wacky idea for the day. Imagine a team wants to go over the salary cap to keep a core player, or the team wants to add the missing piece to the puzzle at the trade deadline. What if this team were able to literally buy more cap space from a lower budget team by trading a percentage of the dollar amount they wish to go over by to a team who has cap space. Imagine a scenario where the New York Rangers needed $5 million in cap space to add a free agent. They could go out and pay another team a $5 million in cash or a big percentage of that $5 million to increase their team cap. This allows for the big market teams to spend more, or teams with good cores the option of keeping the team together, though with a heavy penalty, and gives poor teams a new source of revenue and money to pay its players down the road. To keep this from going out of control, a team would be allowed to buy/sell a maximum of $10 million for the sake of competition/parity. This would make for some meaningful revenue sharing. What does everybody think?