Haven't seen this article posted yet, so: http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL/2005/07/13/1130172-cp.html Pretty close to what has been discussed here. To summarize: - 24% rollback - Salary Cap/Floor $39M/$21.5M based on projected $1.7B revenues. - 54% linkage w/ escrow. - Individual player salary cap at 20% of team cap. - UFA Age stays at 31 and drops to 27 in 2008. - As of 2007-08 (which offseason isn't clear), a player with 7 years service can become a UFA. Lockout season counts as a year of service. -Revenue-sharing from top 10 clubs to bottom 15. - ELS $850K - Two-way salary arbitration. - 10 day window for 2/3 buyouts to not count against cap. - No restructuring of existing contracts to get under cap. - Olympic participation.