I can't believe this hasn't gotten more play in the hockey industry. Last night, Helene Elliott on a Vancouver radio station said notice they didn't deny my numbers or the body of the report. When you look at the report, check this out... "the agreement would feature a hard salary cap linked to 54 percent of league revenue, a 24 percent rollback of existing contracts and qualifying offers. It would also include a provision that would limit the salary of any player to 20 percent of the team cap figure in any season." ....let's repeat the stunning piece, "It would also include a provision that would limit the salary of any player to 20 percent of the team cap figure in any season." Times reported $37 million hard salary cap, 20% would be $7.4 million. The following players after 24% rollback make more than $7.4 million Jaromir Jagr - $8.36 million Keith Tkachuk - $7.6 Alexei Yashin - $7.6 Niklas Lidstrom - $7.6 Rangers would be saved by Washington taking on $4 million of Jagr's salary cap hit. The Blues are expected to buyout Tkachuk and Doug Weight to have a clean slate financially with the cap.