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thejanitor 01-26-2013 07:14 PM

Did players with 2 way contracts in the AHL get paid during lockout?
 
If a player (like zack kassian for example) who was playing for an AHL team during the lockout, did they get paid from their NHL contract?

It was a lockout so Im confused if they got paid for playing in the AHL

cheswick 01-26-2013 07:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by John Swartzwelder (Post 58410039)
If a player (like zack kassian for example) who was playing for an AHL team during the lockout, did they get paid from their NHL contract?

It was a lockout so Im confused if they got paid for playing in the AHL

2 way contracts have an amount they would make in the NHL and an amount if they played in the ahl. So certainly a player playing in the ahl would be getting paid.

danishh 01-26-2013 07:40 PM

yes, they got paid their AHL salary.

players who had been on one-way NHL contracts and were playing in the AHL lass season (eg wade redden) were locked out and did not get paid or play.


some players with AHL eligibility but NHL one-way contracts signed AHL contracts during the lockout to play there (eg ben bishop).


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