I've seen some talk here the last couple days, people using Ottawa as a prime example of a team who will lose either way in a capped system or not. From what I see, the positions are (roughly).... Cap-With their team getting better, players will want raises. Assuming and a big assumption at that, having a cap in the 30-40 million range for arguments sake, they'll have to dump some of their players to fit under the cap when guys like Hossa, Havlat, Spezza, etc., reach their primes and want more money. No cap-That they are located in a small market environment and despite having Eugene Melnyk as owner, still wouldn't be able to afford a team salary for all their players as the team potentially get's better. I know this could be argued for alot of teams as well, but Ottawa seems to be the example I've noticed alot recently. Some say they will benefit, others don't. As a Sens fan, I'm curious which way would benefit and keep this team together or not.