How would the NHL look with 24% rollback?

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  1. RyanMac

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    Even with a Cap as high as 52 million several teams would be over after the 24% rollback. To give you an idea, the Detroit Red Wings would have a payroll of about 59 million.. Although their team will look a lot different in the NEW NHL..

    So who do you think will be moved or signed where in the NEW NHL?

    By the way.. http://www.sportshour.com/nhl/salaries.html ... That site will give you a list of team salaries..
     
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    Detroit has $57 mil in salaries and once they sign Datsyuk is should be $60 mil. Minus 24% would put them at roughly $46 mil.
     
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    Anyways, to answer the question with the numbers given, here is a quick excel:

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    Team		                           2003-2004                2003-2004 with 24% rollback
    Detroit Red Wings 			$77,856,109 		$59,170,642.84 
    New York Rangers 			$76,488,716 		$58,131,424.16 
    Dallas Stars 			$68,578,885 		$52,119,952.60 
    Philadelphia Flyers			$68,175,247 		$51,813,187.72 
    Colorado Avalanche 		$63,382,458 		$48,170,668.08 
    Toronto Maple Leafs 		$62,458,140 		$47,468,186.40 
    St. Louis Blues 			$61,675,000 		$46,873,000.00 
    Los Angeles Kings 			$53,833,800 		$40,913,688.00 
    Anaheim Mighty Ducks 		$53,296,750 		$40,505,530.00 
    Washington Capitals		$50,895,750 		$38,680,770.00 
    New Jersey Devils 			$48,931,658 		$37,188,060.08 
    Boston Bruins 			$46,569,000 		$35,392,440.00 
    Vancouver Canucks 		$42,074,500 		$31,976,620.00 
    New York Islanders 		$40,865,500 		$31,057,780.00 
    Ottawa Senators 			$39,590,000 		$30,088,400.00 
    Phoenix Coyotes			$39,249,750 		$29,829,810.00 
    Montreal Canadiens 		$38,857,000 		$29,531,320.00 
    Calgary Flames 			$36,402,575 		$27,665,957.00 
    Carolina Hurricanes 		$35,908,738 		$27,290,640.88 
    San Jose Sharks 			$34,455,000 		$26,185,800.00 
    Tampa Bay Lightning		$34,065,379 		$25,889,688.04 
    Columbus Blue Jackets 		$34,000,000 		$25,840,000.00 
    Edmonton Oilers 			$33,375,000 		$25,365,000.00 
    Buffalo Sabres 			$32,954,250 		$25,045,230.00 
    Chicago Blackhawks 		$30,867,502 		$23,459,301.52 
    Atlanta Thrashers 			$28,547,500 		$21,696,100.00 
    Minnesota Wild 			$27,200,500 		$20,672,380.00 
    Florida Panthers 			$26,127,500 		$19,856,900.00 
    Pittsburgh Penguins 		$23,400,000 		$17,784,000.00 
    Nashville Predators 		$21,932,500 		$16,668,700.00 
    
    Average				$44,400,490 		$33,744,373
     
  5. Bruins are somewhere from 28-31 mil, with Raycroft unsigned.
     
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    after trading everybody at the deadline, the rangers are well under the cap.
     
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    You have to take current payrolls here. The Rangers payroll is not 76 million right now, and that's not what they will be having 24% cut off of. Also, current free agents obvioulsy aren't subject to any kind of salary cut. So get the CURRENT salaries, and than take off 24% and that's how much each team is at right now with their current number of players.
     
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    No, they wouldn't. Seriously, I know everybody hates the NHLPA, but go to their website and look at the December 9th proposal. It has a very useful list of every single player currently under contract to an NHL team. The Detroit Red Wings currently have 21 players under contract, and after the rollback have about $43.3 million in committed payroll.
     
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    How about you use 2004-05 numbers instead of 2003-04 number? This is pointless.
     
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