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03-22-2017, 01:43 PM
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Usually, the cap hit for a player on an ELC goes down after his contract slides.

https://www.capfriendly.com/players/samuel-morin

But for some reason Phil Myers' cap hit went up after his first year slid.

https://www.capfriendly.com/players/philippe-myers

Can anyone explain what's going on? I can't figure it out.

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Usually, the cap hit for a player on an ELC goes down after his contract slides.

https://www.capfriendly.com/players/samuel-morin

But for some reason Phil Myers' cap hit went up after his first year slid.

https://www.capfriendly.com/players/philippe-myers

Can anyone explain what's going on? I can't figure it out.
It's probably an error on the 2015-16 AAV for Myers. Appears that it should be $661,667 instead of $636,667.

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If an NHL team wants to send a player who isn't waiver exempt to the AHL after their NHL regular season ends, does he have to pass thru waivers?

The Flyers temporarily put Jordan Weal on their AHL roster on 3/1 when he was exempt from waivers due to the 10 game/30 day rule, so he is eligible for the AHL playoffs. But that period has expired, so they won't risk him getting claimed on waivers just to help the Phantoms in the AHL playoffs.

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It's an interesting question, I don't recall coming up before. A strict reading of the CBA Waiver section would suggest to me that he can't be sent to the AHL without clearing waivers, even if the Flyers season is over.

The Playing Season Waiver Period begins 12 days before opening day, and ends for each team on the day following the last day of the Club's Playing Season. The rule says that a waiver eligible player cannot be Loaned without first clearing Regular Waivers during the Playing Season Waiver Period. An important distinction is that the rule doesn't say waivers aren't necessary once a Club's Playing Season is over. Just that waivers must be cleared during that period for a player to be loaned at all.

A more succinct summary, the rule appears to say: "A waiver eligible player cannot be Loaned unless he clears Regular Waivers during the Playing Season Waiver Period, and the 10/30 limit hasn't been reached". As opposed to saying something like "During the Playing Season Waiver Period a waiver eligible player cannot be Loaned without first clearing Regular Waivers."


It's possible the NHL/PA has agreed to apply the clause differently. I suppose we'll find out with Weal shortly.


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He'd have to go through waivers. Just last season Cal O'Reilly was waived on April 11, after Buffalo's last game on April 9, so he could be assigned to Rochester.

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Then it looks like he won't be going back to the Phantoms. Shame.

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Not necessarily. There's still the 50-contract limit, plus player cannot play in other team's playoffs. May be enough to allow player to clear waivers.

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Not necessarily. There's still the 50-contract limit, plus player cannot play in other team's playoffs. May be enough to allow player to clear waivers.
But the teams not in the playoffs can make claims as well? Would seem like a foolish move for the Flyers if he is a player they want to keep.

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http://nhl.nbcsports.com/2017/04/08/...held-april-29/

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