Eklund: Setoguchi for Beauchemin
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11-23-2010, 03:09 PM
Join Date: Jul 2006
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Thanks. I don't know why I also thought the rule was only 1/2 for the first year.
i also made this mistake. it's rare, since multiple years of dead cap space is a hard pill to swallow.
sean avery's an example of it being split for the remainder of the contract rather than just one year:
under "reentry waiver losses" for dallas:
and the other half here for the rangers:
NHL CBA 50.9(g)(ii)
To the extent the Player does require Waivers to be loaned to a minor league affiliate, he cannot be Loaned or recalled without first clearing regular Waivers, and then cannot be Recalled to the NHL parent Club during the same League Year without also clearing a new Re-Entry Waiver procedure, pursuant to which
the Player can be claimed by another NHL Club for fifty (50) percent of the contract's remaining amounts to be paid, with the balance to be paid by and charged to the waiving NHL Club
(both amounts to be counted against each Club's Upper Limit, Actual Club Salary and Averaged Club Salary, and counted against the Players' Share)
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