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Brooks: Pronger deal cleared by NHL

According to Larry Brooks of the NY Post, the NHL has issued an ultimatum of sorts to the NHLPA, demanding compliance with a new set of rules concerning high-end, salary cap circumventing contracts or else face the editing of current rule-bending contracts.

Either way, it looks like Chris Pronger’s deal with the Flyers is safe.

After specifically calling out the contracts of Roberto Luongo, Marian Hossa, Ilya Kovalchuk and possibly Mark Savard, it was mentioned that Pronger’s deal will be passed on by the league.

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NHLPA maintains salary cap bump

What’s the perfect gift for a team still needing to sign a goaltender, free agent defenseman and two restricted free agent players with roughly $8 million in cap space to do so?

How about an estimated $2.2 million bump in the salary cap.

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