Five Restricted Free Agents Who’ve Boosted Their Values This Post-season

One of the strangest, most unpredictable off-seasons in NHL history looms for the 2020 free agent class. That’s obvious for the UFAs, which I discussed recently here, but it’s also true for the RFAs, who will have to decide between long-term security or signing shorter-term bridge contracts while the salary cap is flat, hoping for bigger paydays in a couple years.

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