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07-02-2012, 04:59 PM
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Originally Posted by jfb392 View Post
If the AHL salary of a player is greater than $105,000 (most of the time when this happens it means that the player is on a one-way contract because AHL salary is the same as NHL salary in that case), they have to clear re-entry waivers when being recalled.
Anything below $105,000 and you don't have to worry about re-entry.
However, all waiver eligible players have to clear regular waivers to be assigned to the minors, regardless of salary.

That means that Brennan would likely be safe on the way up, but he would not be when going down to the minors.They can fanangle around that as long as they get him through waivers at the beginning of the season though by using the 10 games/30 days exemption.
except if he was an emergency recall for injury/illness, where he'd be safe both ways

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