Cuts to KHL salary cap could mean NHL’s “rival” league is a rival no longer

By Jared Clinton

During the weekend of the KHL’s All-Star Game, league president Dmitry Chernyshenko told media there are plans to cut the salary cap by 50 million rubles per season until 2017-18. That would leave the league with a salary cap of roughly $14.5 million. More

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