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Flyers, Devils and Flames to receive salary cap relief for players facing sexual assault charges

The ice isn’t the only thing frosty in the NHL right now. Five players – Carter Hart (Flyers), Alex Formenton (ex-Devils), Michael McLeod and Cal Foote (Devils), and Dillon Dube (Flames) – are facing serious sexual assault charges stemming from a 2018 incident. This bombshell has ignited debate and controversy, both over the accusations themselves and the league’s response.

All five players are currently on leave from their teams, focusing on their legal battles. Each has a different contract situation, with Hart’s carrying the highest remaining value this season. But here’s where things get even icier: the NHL confirmed these teams will receive salary cap relief due to the players’ absences.

Whoa, hold on there! Many fans and pundits are skating away from that decision, arguing that financial relief shouldn’t be on the table when such sensitive accusations are involved. The ethical questions are piling up faster than a Zamboni driver on overtime.

Meanwhile, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman dropped the puck on some strong words. He stressed the seriousness of the charges and advised the players to focus on their defense, even expressing doubt they’ll see the ice again while legal matters hang in the air.

So, what’s the score? We’re in the middle of a messy game, with serious accusations shaking the league, a controversial relief decision fueling the flames, and the players’ futures uncertain as they fight the charges.

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