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The Shea Weber situation following immediately on the heels of the huge, front-loaded deals for Zach Parise and Ryan Suter have all kinds of implications for the NHL. Ironically, the most notable effect could well be that they cause it never to happen again. All 3 situations which circumvented the intent but not the writing of the previous CBA probably assure that the loophole of front-loading c...
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