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11-02-2012, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by BonkTastic View Post
Also: conditioning stints cannot exceed 14 days, AND the Sens would technically be REQUIRED to pay Regin his full NHL salary during a "conditioning stint" (as per rules regarding injured players), so no, Regin won't be on a "conditioning stint" anytime soon.

Why all the fuss about sending him to Bingo at all? It would be better for him to just pick another league to play in. No sense is blocking a prospect's development in Binghamton by parachuting Regin in there.
Then how/why is Bishop in Binghamton?

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