Just curious what everyone would offer in return to the NHLPA.... My thoughts: A stiffer 'Luxury Tax' Start it out at 40% at 40 million. 1 Percentage point up for Million over. Period. Also, a much more specific usage of the money. My thoughts: Redistrubted evenly amongst every team meeting a minimum attendence requirement (or something to ensure teams are producing an entertaining product). Keep the rookie cap reduction. Very good rollback. Move the overall salary reduction to 20%. Make the qualifying offer vary from 50% to 150%. Any qualifying offer can be challenged to an arbitration, and if a team can be punished for a 'grievious mis-service' by awarding contracts up to 200% of the original, or in extreme cases, UFA status being granted (for example, a player has a career year and is only offered 75% of the salary they made last year). Any season in which a player misses more than 30% of the games due to injury is guaranteed a 100% qualifying offer. Move the UFA age down to 29, effective next offseason. Give the player association the equivilent of 5 team owners votes on any future rule changes/marketing changes/team relocations. The votes should be given allocated by a NHLPA vote, one vote given for each 20% of the NHLPA approves a certain item.