-Aug. 15: Qualifying offers expire automatically.
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08-11-2005, 01:42 AM
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Los Angeles
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Frolov will remain an restricted free agent. He just can't go back and accept the qualifying offer. Frolov should be getting more than his QO anyway. I hope the Kings brass doesn't actually believe he should sign his QO after the 24% rollback. His 03-04 salary was $1.075M. After rollback it comes out to $817,000.
Hopefully they are working on a long term deal for Frolov to sign. I don't think the Kings will allow Frolov to spend another year in Russia. He stepped up in the RSL and proved himself to be a lethal threat on the ice in that league. It is time for him to prove that in the NHL.
Yeah, I was pretty sure he would remain a RFA. But I doubt Frolov gets a big raise. I think LA wants to see one more big year from him before dishing out the big bucks.
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