No. An NHL player's salary only counts against the cap if he is currently on the major league's roster.
The nhl salary cap is the amount of money each team gets to pay there players. This way a team cant have a ton of all stars because they wont be able to pay all of them because of the "salary cap". This keeps teams balanced.
There was no NHL Season in 2005 because of differences in salary-cap. This argument led to the first ever cancelled season in NHL history. This was also known as the "Lock-out".
You can't but you can go over and play tournaments with player that go over the salary cap
The contract violated the league's salary cap.
The Current Cap for the 08-09 season is $56.7 million. There is also a minimum team payroll of $40.7 million.
You can watch Cap 24 episodes at the NHL website. Alternatively, you can also watch these episodes online at websites such as TV14, FreeInterTV and Inner-Live.
Unlike the NFL and NHL, the NBA features a so-called "soft" cap, meaning that there are several significant exceptions that allow teams to exceed the salary cap to sign players. This is done to allow teams to keep their own players, which, in theory, fosters fan support in each individual city. By contrast, the NFL and NHL caps are considered "hard," meaning that they offer relatively few (if any) circumstances in which teams can exceed the salary cap.
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I assume you mean NHL hockey players although you can make money playing hockey in several different leagues. NHL salary varies based on individual contracts and cap hits. Too many variables.