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02-12-2013, 06:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Ricky Bobby View Post
Normally when an NHL player with a few season experience goes down then the team trys to bring him back up he has to go through re-entry waivers.

How come this rule doesn't apply to Connolly and we can just trade him to another team?
I THINK that part of the new CBA was they didn't need to go through waivers to come back up just going down. This was so players didn't get stuck in the AHL because a team was afraid to lose them on the waiver wire. On the other hand I could be wrong.

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