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10-22-2012, 09:59 PM
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Originally Posted by NYRFAN218 View Post
Interesting. Maybe that chart is inaccurate. Islanders Point Blank cites 160 games as the mark as why Hamonic couldn't be sent down.

Who the **** knows though. Seemed like that made the most sense.
I think the problem you're having is that you're counting from the time they started playing/their current age. The age you have to pick is the age when a prospect first signs their ELC, not when they begin playing. Take McDonagh: it's when he signed his contract (not sure exactly what age he signed--but am 99% sure it was before he turned 21). So you look at the chart and discover that if he's played less than 160 NHL games--and remember it's regular season games and playoff games--he's waiver exempt and would be eligible to play in the AHL during the lockout. For better or worse, he's played in more than 160 games, so he can't play in the AHL. Ditto Hagelin: he signed at 22, has played more than 70 NHL games and so can't play in the AHL during the lockout because he's no longer waiver exempt.

The chart you originally posted is correct by the way.

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