Rick Blight Posted April 20, 2019 Share Posted April 20, 2019 1 minute ago, Sean Monahan said: Fair point, but could that be because Florida ownership doesn’t want to get stuck with bigger money contracts and players are willing to make concessions to stay there? I see the clauses as working against the argument. It’s the player wanting more positives to their deal in order to sign in that city. But if the whole premise of this thread is that players prefer to play where they pay less taxes why would a player want to lock himself into a contract to stay in Winnipeg? Similarly, why wouldn't a player in the lower taxed cities not seek NTC/NMC's as much as possible to ensure they are not traded to a Winnipeg? I guess I just don't see evidence of personal income tax rates being an issue for teams retaining or acquiring new players. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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