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01-30-2013, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Bender View Post
Well this new information, *IF TRUE, definitely changes things and puts the onus on management to either get it done or get something for him sooner rather than later.

*I'm just curious why we haven't heard about this AT ALL from any other media outlets whatsoever?? Wondering if Dater somehow got the WRONG information about his and it's DRAFTED players who DON'T SIGN 2 years after being selected can become UFAs instead of this now being carried over to RFAs??

Seems to me, if this was changed, we would have heard grumblings about this from NHL owners DURING the lockout about how much leverage they are losing with RFAs.
Yeah, It does seem a bit odd. We would have heard a lot more about RFA's signing two year deals in Russia with the intentions of coming back to the NHL to become UFA's at age 22-23. I can't see the owners ever agreeing to this.

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