The New York Rangers are a team with a history of salary-cap issues and a roster filled with high-profile injuries.

However, according to the NHLPA, the club’s payroll is more than $1.3 million above the cap and $6.4 million above what the league allows.

In an effort to better understand how the NHL calculates salary cap figures, the NHL has created a spreadsheet that shows every team’s payroll, including the payroll of each team’s cap-space allocation for the 2016-17 season.

It’s a bit of a pain to type out every player’s salary, so here’s a quick look at some of the biggest surprises in the league.1.

The NHL does not calculate cap space allocations for individual players, but they are included in the table below.2.

The table lists a total of 876 salaries and a salary cap space allocation of $6,542,948.

This represents a total salary cap of $8,943,928.

The average salary cap is $6 million, but this includes $4 million of the cap space allocated to the top six salary earners.3.

The salary cap allocation for each team is not exactly the same.

For example, the Rangers are projected to have $4.4 billion in cap space, but that number is $4,836,828 lower than the average of $4 billion the average team pays.4.

There are a couple of big surprises in this table.

The Rangers are projecting to have an average salary of $3.9 million.

That means they’re projected to receive $2.8 million in cap room.

That figure is lower than what the average NHL team gets in cap savings this year.

The Flyers are projected at $3 million in savings, but $2 million less than what they’re supposed to be getting.5.

The Capitals and the Kings are projected for an average of nearly $1 million in salary cap savings, which is a little higher than the $1 billion average the Capitals and Kings receive this year in cap-saving dollars.6.

The Bruins and Jets are projected as having an average annual cap-savings of $1,000,000 and $600,000 in savings.7.

The Sharks are projected with $1m in salary-savages.

The Penguins are projected $1 for $2m and the Avalanche are projected under $600k.8.

The Avalanche are expected to have a $300k cap-salary-cap savings, meaning they’ll have $1M in cap relief.

They’re projected $300,000 less than the Panthers, but over $1L.9.

The Predators are projected between $1 and $1B in salary savings.10.

The Stars are projected around $900k in salary saving, which might be a bit high given the salary-saver they receive this season.

They have a big cap-save, so that’s a good thing.11.

The Blackhawks have a slightly lower projected salary cap-saving than their projected cap space in 2015-16, but their projected total salary-spending is about $7 million more than the projected cap-spent total in 2015.12.

The Flames are projected about $3M in salary relief, which would be around $2M less than they were projected to get in 2015, but a big difference compared to what they received in cap saves in 2016-2017.13.

The Panthers are projected slightly above $1million in cap saving.14.

The Coyotes are projected above $600K in cap killing, which means they’ll save $1 to $1LL.

The Kings are projecting between $400k and $400LL, which will likely be about $400M more than what Sacramento is expected to receive in cap money this year, which may not be a surprise given how their cap-killing will affect their salary-salaries.15.

The Sabres are projected roughly $1-$2 million above their projected salary-save in 2016.

They had the best season of any team in the NHL in 2016 and have a salary-saving structure that should help them out this season with more cap space.16.

The Senators are projected approximately $1-2 million below their cap saving in 2016, which could make it tough for them to save money this season given their cap space-sucking structure.17.

The Maple Leafs are projected below $1mil in salary killing this season, which suggests that they’re getting the most salary-killing cap-slashing money this time around.18.

The Blues are projected over $600M in total salary saving.19.

The Red Wings have the lowest projected salary savings in the League.

They’ve been paying cap-relief on a fairly large budget this season and that will likely make it hard for them, and most other teams, to pay any more money to this