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07-18-2012, 03:25 AM
Join Date: Jul 2011
First off, thanks for the work Holden. Can we say that the Jets are done signing players now that aren't already a part of the organization?
If we go by one way contacts, which the Jets said they would honour last year our lineup looks something like this:
Miettenen, Gagnon, Clitsome also competing for ice time
I think there might be another player to add to this list, I would expect if the NHLPA makes any concession on revenues, they will add jobs as compensation. Really a 24 player roster makes more sense anyways in terms of roster depth. Might make room for Mark Flood, who is an organizational vet, a player with the confidence of his coach, and maybe a reliable alternative to Postma.
In St. John's we could see
Chiarot/Sol/Marto competing for roster spots, Shayne Wiebe, and Ryan Schnell too.
It is worth mentioning that King, Albert, Clark, Tremblay, Wiebe, Ramsey, Marto, and Schnell are all signed to AHL contracts. Furthermore King, Maxwell, Meech, and Festerling are all considered veterans by AHL standards (260 pro games, excluding ECHL) which has a limit of 6 per playing roster. Maxwell, Meech, and Festerling would all have to clear waivers before their assignment.
I don't believe Festerling or Macenauer are signed yet but both were tended qualifying offers, so they may figure into True North's plans...Jason Jaffray should get a contract too, conceivably, as he had been extremely loyal to the organization.
I think if we are going to add any more players it is probably by subtracting another at this point...
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