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03-19-2013, 06:05 AM
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Chris Dilks WCHA blog

For as sought-after as Sustr has been, he also comes with a pretty high amount of risk as a prospect. Sustr has very alluring size at 6'8" but still has a lot of work to do to become an NHL-caliber skater, and for a player of his size, he's not all that physical. He does, however, have remarkably soft hands for a player of his size, and is an excellent passer.

Sustr will sign a 2 year ELC. $925,000 was the MAX at the conclusion of the 2005 CBA. $185,000 signing bonus. Sustr's advisor/agent will probably demand his client be put on the active roster/play in the NHL this season to start the clock on the ELC.

14. Entry Level System Maintenance of existing Entry Level System commitment (i.e., generally three (3) years). Players will be entitled to negotiate and receive Signing Bonus payments covering their participation in a “partial” first season of a multi-year ELS SPC.

The MOU didn't provide a breakdown the entry level MAX salaries for the 2013 CBA.

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