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I think Romo was a major winner on deadline day. Recieved top dollar from Versteeg deal, acquiring some solid young assets.

Big improvement from our Hemsky and O'Marra for Schwartz, Nikitin, Allen and a 1st (later M. Subban), we made in year one!

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Anaheim kept the fireworks for the draft, now to work on re-signing a full nhl team

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Quiet deadline for the Blue Jackets, made my big move a couple weeks ago acquiring Kulikov. Will likely look to make big moves in the off-season ($8,000,000 to spend, 18 NHL roster spots locked up).

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Any word on salary cap next season ? It should be going down, right ?

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Hopefully Gardiner doesn't haunt the Maple Leafs. Risky deal.

Zac Dalpe was a decent filler and Thomas Wilson was a solid punching bag.

Post Deadline 2013-14 Toronto Maple Leafs

Kris Versteeg - Matthew Lombardi - Martin Erat

Nikolai Kulemin - Dustin Penner - Jakub Voracek

Petr Sykora - Tyler Bozak - Adam Henrique

Marcel Hossa - Radek Faksa - Tom Poti

* Ray Whitney [A] Injured

Dion Phaneuf [C] - Mike Green [A]

John-Michael Liles - Tomas Kaberle

Carlo Colaiacovo - Cody Franson

Jimmy Howard

Sergei Bobrovsky

Post Deadline 2013-2014 Toronto Marlies

Jochen Hecht - Cal O'Reilly - Jeff Tambellini

Fabian Brunnstrom - Oscar Moller - Jason Williams

Ryan Carter - Max Domi - Mike Zigomanis

Mike Brown - Zack Smith - Erik Condra

Colten Sceviour, Brandon Mashinter

* Brian Rolston waivers

Juraj Mikus - Morgan Reilly

Paul Ranger - Korbinian Hozler

Chris Butler - Mike Komisarek

John Scott

Thomas Greiss

Ben Scrivens

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hope so, contracts seem to just get ridiculous year after year

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Any word on salary cap next season ? It should be going down, right ?

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If there's a rollback then I'd be fine with the cap going down..... If there wasn't a rollback that would be trouble as tons of teams have planned their resignings with the cap staying the same or even going up.

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as long as there is a rollback, I don't mind the cap going down

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Lowering cap won't solve problems of GM's overpaying for certian players. Always will happen on FA day, no matter how low the cap can be forced down. Keep the cap where it is and let's not punish the teams budgeted at the top end of the pay scale.

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For convenience sake, it will likely stay at 70.2M (unless the NHL comes out with a new CBA by then, which is doubtful)

No option in the system for me to roll back contracts, and in no way I do not intend on sitting here and manually rolling back every contract :P

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LOS ANGELES KINGS

Dany Heatley [A] - Anze Kopitar [C] - Alex Burrows

Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson - Ryan Kesler - Phil Kessel

Brendan Morrow - Vaclav Prospal - Nick Foligno

Matt Beleskey - Darroll Powe - Victor Oreskovich

Drew Doughty - Willie Mitchell [A]

Lubomir Visnovsky - Robert Scuderi

Derek Morris - Randy Jones

Jonathan Quick

Al Montoya

TOTAL CAP HIT: $68,419,778

CAP SPACE REMAINING: $1,780,222

ADDED AT DEADLINE:

Robert Scuderi

Al Montoya

Vaclav Prospal

TRADED AT DEADLINE:

Brandon Shea

Yann Sauve

Daniel Winnik

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Lowering cap won't solve problems of GM's overpaying for certian players. Always will happen on FA day, no matter how low the cap can be forced down. Keep the cap where it is and let's not punish the teams budgeted at the top end of the pay scale.

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Goddamn....playing the 4th best team in the league...and my second leading scorer is out.....fml.

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Having troubles with the simulator... It didnt seem to like me trying to upload 17 lines at once

Will resolve shortly

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Last time I checked the NHL cap was at $70,200,000.... I guess that isn't "real" enough?

I know the CBA talks have been looking at lowering the cap and rolling back salaries, however we are far from a deal and there is still a lot of details we don't know how will pan out. Seems like a colossal waste of time to get SOB to go through every team with 40-50 contracts rolling it back, guessing what the NHL and NHLPA would work out.

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