The more I think about it, the more sly the PA's proposal appears. Kudos to them for doing an excellent job. Just when I thought the owners were in front, the PA comes out of nowhere and has completely turned the table. However, here's the reason why the PA's agreement is not a good deal for the future health of the league. Simple question, what is Iggy's market value under this new agreement? Because its obvious that if Calgary has to tie a huge chunk of their team salary in one player, then the deal isn't working. I'll throw it out into the opening and you guys tell me his worth. I think in order for the NHL to be successful in the long run, Iggy's salary cant be worth more than $6 million total per year.