How the NHL’s new $1 million salary cap is hurting the NHL players

The NHL has announced it will impose a new salary cap on its players after announcing Thursday that it had reached an agreement to pay more than $1.6 million to all of its players.

The NHL announced that it reached an $850 million agreement with players and the union to help pay the new salary caps that were proposed in the collective bargaining agreement.

The new salary numbers are higher than the one the league and players agreed to in December.

That agreement paid players $2.8 million a year and players $6 million.

The NHL also agreed to allow for a reduction in the amount of salary that players can receive if they leave a team or are traded.

The cap was created in an effort to improve the league’s revenue stream.

The players had hoped that they could get more money for their labor, which they argued was not being treated fairly.

The league has said it will work with players to address this issue.

The deal with the union will pay the players more than they were earning under the previous agreement.

Under the previous deal, players earned $1,850 per year.

Under this new deal, they will get $1 and $1 a day.

They will also get $75,000 a year for being a team’s first-round pick, a $75 million salary increase for a first-time NHLer and a $25 million salary boost for a rookie.