And thatâ€™s not even the kicker. â€œWeâ€™re starting to toss around the idea â€“ and it probably will go that way â€“ of no salary cap,â€ Smith says. â€œIf one team wants to pay Jeremy Roenick $6 million, weâ€™d allow it.â€ Weâ€™re guessing Roenick, who with a 24 per cent pay cut would have grossed $5.3 million over a full 82 games with the Philadelphia Flyers if there had been a 2004-05, would be OK with it, too http://www.thehockeynews.com/en/headlines/detail.asp?id=27526&cat=954945254360 Kicks off with a Tourney Now, to help prove the WHA is for real and create awareness, Smith says the league will host an invitational tournament that runs from May 19 to June 3. Some details remain to be finalized, but here is their big-picture vision: â€¢ A six-team, winner-take-all tournament, with a total purse of $2 million (U.S.); each participant will receive a $20,000 appearance fee. â€¢ Early games will be held at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton and Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, with later games to be staged at a venue on Canadaâ€™s West Coast. â€¢ Team captains will be appointed and they will draft rosters of roughly 14 players and a Team Strategist (coach-GM). Smith says 28 players are already confirmed, including Roenick, Chris Chelios, Sean Burke, Mark Recchi, Robert Esche and Jim Cummins.