PTFlea wrote:they need to figure out an exact stance on the 'bridge' contract and a leveling of the taxes where it's equal for each team.
Not sure they can do that. They would have to factor in how cities/states in the US pay for stadiums, equalizing concession prices, etc. I don't think there is a way to really do that unless the NHL imposes it's own 'tax' on players. I think then you get into income tax issues, etc. It sounds easy on paper but each state/province has different rules. Unless they sign contracts or adjust the cap based on after-tax dollars somehow.