After the last NHL lockout, the league created an amnesty clause to help franchises get under the newly established salary cap by buying out player contracts. Now, with a proposal that includes reducing the existing salary cap by as much as $10 million, half the teams in the league may need to use the amnesty clause to get under the ceiling, but will amnesty even be an option once a new CBA is signed?
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