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09-17-2012, 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Krishna View Post
If they were able to be sent down to the AHL team without having to clear waivers, they were sent down a few days beforehand and will be able to play there since it's in their contract.

For players who weren't sent down because they would have to clear waivers, they have to wait until the lockout began and sign an AHL deal, like Bourdon would do
Got it. Another question.

For the players signing "overseas" is it their responsibility to include a "bail out" clause so that in the event that work starts up again in the NHL they can bail on their contract and come back? Is it something implied? Are there going to be players that get stuck to finish out their "overseas" season before they can return?

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