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01-30-2013, 04:08 PM
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Originally Posted by captainpaxil View Post
Rfa limits the amount of competition players recieve for thier services. this concession allows for the market to allow for competition externally from other leagues. if the sel or khl is willing to beat the nhls offer the nhl then loses the right to restrict that players ability to seek adequate compensation. its friggen awesome work by the nhlpa and donald fehr.
But how do you track what has or hasnt been offered. Im all for the competition but let's say, O'Reilly doesnt wanna play for the Avs anymore. He signs a two year deal in Switzerland for a million over his qualifying offer. Comes back and he's a UFA in two years.

How does anyone know the Avs didnt offer him $500k over that Swiss deal???

Personally I dont think a team should lose a player (Schultz) because he refused to sign with the team. Or better yet, if another team comes along and agrees to terms, that team should have a set price to pay.

If Im the Isles I dont draft a Russian player anywhere near the first round.

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