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01-07-2013, 11:22 AM
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Originally Posted by trbr86 View Post
Yeah, that's where I imagine things could get really tricky. The Canucks could argue that they shouldn't be liable for his cap hit because (theoretically) he retired because of injury. It sounds like it could become some sort of legal challenge.
they are very strict on injuries...wither your injured or your not doctors etc........

if he is actually injured then his cap hit will remain and he will be on LTIR.....which in my understanding would remain with his current employer......and whether insurance or that team foots the bill....he will be paid...and most likely wont retire to receive like pronger...will never retire due to injury and getting paid while injured.

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