Gary Bettman expects salary cap to rise to $71 million

By Jared Clinton

Gary Bettman says he expects the salary cap upper limit to increase by five percent next season, giving teams a ceiling of $71 million. The projection is $2 million less than was projected earlier in the season and could leave some teams under a serious cap crunch. More

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