The NHL and NHLPA have agreed to a $3.1 million salary cap hit for players who are traded or released in 2017-18.
Players will receive a $2.25 million signing bonus and $1 million of the cap hit is for bonuses.
The players will also receive $2 million for their first NHL season and $400,000 for their second.
The maximum amount of salary a player can receive for his first two years is $4.25M.
The NHLPA says that the bonus will be used for the salary cap for 2018-19.
The cap hit will be in line with the previous year when the salary was $3M, and the cap increase will be 1% annually.
The increase will not apply to the player’s next two years.
The bonuses are based on the following formula:A cap hit of $3 million would give the NHLPA the ability to use the bonus to keep players in the organization through the end of the 2019-20 season, with the team then receiving the full $3-million cap hit.
A cap number of $1-2 million would keep the salary from increasing beyond the $3,000,000 cap.
The total cap hit that the team would have in 2021-22 would be $4M.
There are some other important rules to consider.
In order to use a cap hit, the player must have been with the organization at the time of his signing.
This is something that will change this year.
Also, players with multiple years of service with the NHL will not be eligible for a bonus.
The salary cap increase in 2018-2019 is set to be $5.25.
That amount would add up for the team to receive $3MM in the next two seasons.
The cap number would be set at $4-5.75M.
There is no limit on how many years a player may have served with the league.
The amount of time a player has served in the league would be based on a formula.
That would be the minimum amount of service that the player can expect in the first two seasons of his career.
The maximum amount that a player could receive in 2018 would be up to $4 million.
This amount would increase from 2021-20 to 2019-2020.
A player with five years of NHL service would have an average cap hit in 2021 of $4,750,000.
A player who has one year of service and five years in the NHL would receive an average salary of $2,375,000 in 2021.
A three-year veteran would receive $1,650,000 or $1MM in 2021 if he has one more year of NHL Service.
A three- or four-year vet could have an NHL salary of up to a cap of $6,000K.
A five-year player would be able to expect to receive up to an average of $5,000 per year.
Players that have one or more years of Service and 5-6 years of Veteran Service would be eligible to receive a bonus of $600,000 each, as well.
Players with one year and three years of Player Development Service, or up to five years Service, would be allowed to receive bonuses of up the cap for an additional $1M.
In 2018-2018, the cap was $4 Million.
It would rise to $5 Million next year and $6 Million in 2019-2019.
The 2017-2018 cap was set at just under $4 M.