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09-24-2012, 04:12 PM
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Faryn
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Originally Posted by Crease View Post
What we do know are the following two rules:

A player could be sent down prior to the lockout if they met the following two conditions: Healthy AND two-way contract.

A player could be sent down after the start of the lockout if they met the following three conditions: Healthy AND two-way contract AND [on 2012 clear day list OR finished last season in AHL].

Hall will eventually become healthy. He also has a two-way contract. However, he was neither on the 2012 clear day list nor finished last season in the AHL.

I cannot think of any mechanism by which Hall will be allowed to be sent down to the AHL, which is kind of silly because he's waiver-exempt and it would be in everyone's best interest for him play there.
He isn't waiver exempt since he is 21 and has played more then 80 games.

http://www.pensionplanpuppets.com/20...ide-to-the-nhl

* jump to the section exempt due to experience.

edit: nm he is still 20 till November 14 so he should still be eligible for waiver exemption till then. I think the problem would lie in bringing him back up.

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