10 Changes That Will Have the Biggest Impact on the 2013-14 NHL Season

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10 Changes That Will Have the Biggest Impact on the 2013-14 NHL Season
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For the first time in four years the Phoenix Coyotes will be able to spend more than a baseline amount on salary.

If the offseason is any indication, the 2013-14 NHL season will be an interesting one with plenty of story lines to keep fans and pundits entertained. Over the last few months the Phoenix Coyotes and New Jersey Devils found new ownership groups, several coaching changes have been made and Stanley Cup-contenders have retooled despite already possessing outstanding teams.

Toss in realignment, the Olympic break and the "retirement" of a superstar, and this offseason has been chock full of twists and surprising moments.

Like a good movie, we aren't quite sure how these changes will affect the outcome. All we know is that it's been fun and interesting to watch so far, and we can't wait to see where things go from here.

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