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  1. BiLLY

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    Would I be able to sell prospects for cash in order to raise money? And if so is there a cap on how much I can recieve?

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    Nope, you cannot simply sell prospects. Cash can be included as part of deal - most often accepted when it's to cover a salary - but it shouldn't be the main part of the deal.
     
  3. I can't tell you where the 'absolute' line is on selling assets but the one thing that has always been enforced is that cash cannot be the largest component of the deal. That's a slightly arbitrary judgement that the Director of Player Personnel makes but in short you cannot outright sell a player or do something like trade cash and a 9th round pick.
    As a few GM's will testify such trades have been rejected in the past.

    As for the absolute limit of cash in a deal it's the same as that in the NHL ... I just can't remember how much that is atm :)
     
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