CapGeek was the name of a Canadian hockey website, specializing on the business aspect of the NHL. The site featured explanations of the salary cap, the status of a players' contract, statistics, etc. Called revolutionary by hockey experts, CapGeek was launched in 2009 by Metro Halifax sports journalist Mathew Wuest. The site garnered commercial and critical success, became a top source for information on players' salaries and landed Wuest on The Hockey News' list of Top 100 Most Influential People in Hockey.

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  • CapGeek was the name of a Canadian hockey website, specializing on the business aspect of the NHL. The site featured explanations of the salary cap, the status of a players' contract, statistics, etc. Called revolutionary by hockey experts, CapGeek was launched in 2009 by Metro Halifax sports journalist Mathew Wuest. The site garnered commercial and critical success, became a top source for information on players' salaries and landed Wuest on The Hockey News' list of Top 100 Most Influential People in Hockey. CapGeek was disbanded on January 3, 2015, due to the owner's terminal illness and his unwillingness to turn the site over to another operator. Despite being un–accessible for the prior few months, CapGeek still received an estimated 10,360 hits in May, 2015. (en)
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  • Matthew Wuest
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  • CapGeek was the name of a Canadian hockey website, specializing on the business aspect of the NHL. The site featured explanations of the salary cap, the status of a players' contract, statistics, etc. Called revolutionary by hockey experts, CapGeek was launched in 2009 by Metro Halifax sports journalist Mathew Wuest. The site garnered commercial and critical success, became a top source for information on players' salaries and landed Wuest on The Hockey News' list of Top 100 Most Influential People in Hockey. (en)
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