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  1. Darren Dreger: Penguins might want to trade Malkin instead of Staal if necessary

    May 1, 2012, 9:25 PM EDT

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    Two-time Art Ross Trophy winner carries $8.7 million annual cap hit.

  2. Should Montreal banish Scott Gomez to the minors?

    Nov 16, 2011, 11:25 PM EDT

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    Should the Habs make Gomez the highest-paid minor league hockey player ever and enjoy the cap space that comes with it?

  3. Brian Rolston clears re-entry waivers, remains Devils’ problem

    Dec 30, 2010, 3:38 PM EDT

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    The Devils didn’t get the partial salary cap relief they were hoping because every other team in the NHL allowed Brian Rolston to clear re-entry waivers.

  4. Devils expected to place Brian Rolston on re-entry waivers this week with hopes of cap relief

    Dec 28, 2010, 2:00 PM EDT

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    The Devils are preparing to place Brian Rolston on re-entry waivers, in hopes that another team will relieve them of half of his salary and cap hit.

  5. With Marc Savard on the verge of returning, Boston must decide who needs to go

    Nov 27, 2010, 6:15 PM EDT

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    With Marc Savard (and Marco Sturm) nearing a return, the longtime questions are coming to the forefront for the Boston Bruins. Most importantly: who needs to go?

  6. New Jersey Devils, GM Lou Lamoriello receives harsh criticism for dressing less than 18 players

    Oct 12, 2010, 2:45 PM EDT

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    Maybe it was salary cap circumventing deals such as Marian Hossa’s with the Chicago Blackhawks. Perhaps instead it was the fact the New Jersey Devils keep winning the Atlantic Division only to get kicked out of the first or second round of the playoffs. Or it could just be that GM Lou Lamoriello saw the…

  7. Toronto Maple Leafs waive Jeff Finger, deny ‘burying’ his salary cap hit

    Oct 12, 2010, 1:29 PM EDT

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    In most situations when a team wildly overpays a hockey player, the reaction is usually “They gave him that much?” Yet when it came to the Toronto Maple Leafs handing a four-year, $14 million deal to Jeff Finger, the most common reaction was: “Who?” It was a deal that was indicative of how direction-less the…

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