I'm sure there are many qualified candidates. He or she could report to a board consisting of three people, one appointed by the NHL, one by the NHLPA, and a third "neutral" person. Confidentiality goes without saying. I don't see the person reviewing every trade, just a business plan at the start of the season. There would be no nixing of individual deals but there should be penalties if a team overspends (or underspends). Anyway, if it's good enough for Lloyd's, it's good enough for me. ;-)
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