NHL Free Agency: One Player Each Team Is Sure to Lose Next Year

« Prev
1 of 32
Next »
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse the slideshow
NHL Free Agency: One Player Each Team Is Sure to Lose Next Year
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images
Simon Gagne of the Los Angeles Kings may not remain with the team in 2013-14.

There will be big changes around the National Hockey League in the years to come.

Each team's roster will go through significant changes prior to the 2013-14 season, as the NHL's salary cap is likely to go down to $60 million—a drop of $10.2 million per team—when the lockout comes to an end.

Many changes will need to be made in order to get teams down to the proper salary-cap level.

In some ways, teams may follow the NFL model, with a few high-priced superstars and a majority of players making $2 million or less.

Free agents that would normally be brought back will not be brought back.

Here's a look at one free agent that each team is likely to lose.

All salary and contract-term information is courtesy of CapGeek.com.

Begin Slideshow »
Load More Stories

Follow B/R on Facebook

NHL

Subscribe Now

We will never share your email address

Thanks for signing up.