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03-25-2010, 07:02 PM
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A Question for CBA Knowledgeable Fans

Ok so this situation is rather unlikely but I'd appreciate an answer anyways. Say a certain player recieves a no movement clause in their contract. Now say that player underperforms and finds himself usually a healthy scratch; if he were to agree to being sent to the AHL would he be able to use his no movement clause to refuse to move to another NHL team if they put in a waiver claimfor him?

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i dont think so once he waives it too get sent down any team can claim him

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A no movement clause prevents a player from going on waivers without his consent. That's the difference between a no movement and no trade clause.

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Ok so this situation is rather unlikely but I'd appreciate an answer anyways. Say a certain player recieves a no movement clause in their contract. Now say that player underperforms and finds himself usually a healthy scratch; if he were to agree to being sent to the AHL would he be able to use his no movement clause to refuse to move to another NHL team if they put in a waiver claimfor him?
No. The NMC gives him control over whether or not he can be placed on waivers. If he allows the team to place him on waivers then the NMC gives him no further control over another team claiming him.

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