A new salary scale for the NHL players has been approved by the league and will go into effect on Friday.
The new salary system is a significant shakeup from the current salary structure in which the top three players make more than $7 million per year.
The current salary system, which is set to end this season, is based on player salary plus a $2.5 million bonus and a $3 million signing bonus.
The salary scale will be based on a player’s number of NHL games played.
The new salary is set at $7.542 million.
It’s a $4 million increase over the current $7,955,000 salary cap.
It will also bring a change to the number of players allowed on the roster.
Previously, each NHL team was limited to one player per NHL team.
Now, players can be assigned to teams that are within a certain salary range.
This will be the first time since the NHL started using salary cap in 1996 that the NHL salary cap will be used to limit roster spots.
The salary cap has also been used in recent years to help pay for the World Cup of Hockey and other major international tournaments.
The NHL has long used the cap as a tool to manage player contracts, but that has not been the case with the new salary cap system.
Players have been able to receive bonuses, which are tied to the salary cap, for playing more than 30 games.
The cap is expected to bring a significant boost to player salaries.