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10-07-2007, 12:42 AM
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KDB - thanks, I wrote the question succinctly, but your discussion is exactly the debate I had in reviewing all the rules and what did or did not apply and whether the 30/10 became a de facto requirement or not.

IB - I understand about the paper transaction and the player briefly being back on the NHL roster after clearing re-entry and then re-assigning him (the Caps made temp. room to recall him.) And I know LeClair cleared waivers, then re-entry waivers and then was reassigned to the AHL (similar to Clymer although LeClair wasn't required to report), but are you saying LeClair's situation provides the answer to the question? How?

You wrote "Re-Entry waivers is required for each attempt to bring a player [who is subject to Re-Entry Waivers] from the AHL to the NHL."

That was my first reaction, it would be required each time, but for the reasons KDB describes above I was wondering if the 30/10 became a de facto requirement. Is this part about re-entry is required each time in the CBA?

Thanks again

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