A lot has already been written about the salary cap issues that will affect the future of the Blackhawks and rightfully so.
As of today, the Blackhawks project to have approximately $61 million tied up in 15 players; the 2009-10 salary cap is only $56.8 million US, and the overall belief is that the NHL will actually bring its cap down next year.
What that means to the Blackhawks, and their fans, is that the team will need to shave a lot of money off their projected payroll for next year. Whether it's done during this season or over the course of next summer, in order for Chicago to put together a full roster, some notable players will not be on next year's team.
Speculation has swirled that anyone from a group including Patrick Sharp, Kris Versteeg, Dustin Byfuglien ...
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