This year, the NHL announced its first-ever salary cap expansion for the 2020-21 season.
It will include the first-time-ever cap on the salary cap and the highest cap in NHL history for the next two years.
The NHL has made the cap the most important element of the overall structure of the NHL, and the expansion will likely be a defining moment in the league’s history.
With the NHL having just over $1.1 billion in cap space, it’s easy to forget that this season will be one of the most lucrative in the history of the sport.
It’s not just the salary, either.
The expansion will make the league the most profitable in the NHL since the league moved to a new TV deal in 2007-08.
The NHL has announced that the NHLPA will get a 50 percent cut of the $1 billion expansion fee, but the league will also pay out $500 million in bonuses to the players and teams.
These bonuses are supposed to be awarded for playing well and playing to the best of their abilities.
The cap-expansion fee will be paid by the owners, who in turn will get $250 million in salary cap space for each team.
The league is expected to spend $1,200 million on player bonuses, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein.
This year’s cap is set at $70 million, and there’s a chance that the new cap could be as high as $80 million by the time the new TV agreement kicks in.
The most lucrative player bonus is likely to be a $500,000 payout to the top two teams in each conference, with the third and fourth-place teams receiving a $200,000 payment each.
The money paid out to the highest-paid players will probably be more than the salaries of the other top players.
The top 10 earners are expected to earn $2 million per year, while the top 20 will get about $2.8 million per season.
The average salary for the top-10 earners is expected be $3.3 million, while for the 20 highest earners, it will be $6.6 million per campaign.
These players could potentially be the biggest beneficiaries of the cap-building, as there will likely only be one team that will be able to sign a high-priced free agent that is able to earn a million per-season.
The other teams will probably have to pay $1 million for a top-20 pick and potentially $1 or $2 to the NHL.
The players would have to be able pay for their own training and medical costs.
The first-round pick that is awarded to each team will probably not be the same as the draft pick that the teams are allowed to take.
This will make it even more difficult for the first overall pick to be the most valuable in the draft.
The players will also get more money if they’re traded, as the players will get the entire difference in the amount of money they were paid for the season in each season.
This could mean that teams could potentially pay a lot more for players than they would for players.
The salary cap will likely increase to $74 million by 2023-24, which is $11 million more than it is now.
This cap increase will be partially offset by the expansion fee.
The next season will start on Jan. 6, 2020, and it’s expected to be one for the ages.