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06-02-2010, 01:35 PM
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saw this posted on the trade board:

http://twitter.com/andystrickland

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Vancouver signs goaltender Cory Schneider to a 2 yr extension at slightly less than 1 million per season.
surprised he'd sign a 2yr deal... good for the Canucks though.

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Interesting, does that make him more attractive to prospective trade partners?

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06-02-2010, 01:40 PM
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If Roberto continues to struggle and Schneider outplays him in the next 2 years, I wonder if the Canucks will try to move Luongo. Is he even movable?

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06-02-2010, 01:42 PM
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Good job Gillis on the second year!

Impressed with that and Schneider's commitment.

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06-02-2010, 01:45 PM
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what confuses people about one way / two way is recall waivers.

If a player is scheduled to make more than $105,000 in the AHL, and had to go through waivers on the way down, they'd have to pass through recall waivers on the way back up, which might mean that teams would leave them down there. There are veteran exemptions for this though.

Schneider, since he doesn't have to go through waivers on the way down, would not be subject to recall waivers.

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06-02-2010, 01:53 PM
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saw this posted on the trade board:

http://twitter.com/andystrickland


surprised he'd sign a 2yr deal... good for the Canucks though.
Cory is showing some loyalty to the team that drafted him. Good on him.

Interesting that Strickland is reporting this... Mellanby feeding him info?

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06-02-2010, 01:57 PM
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Good job Gillis on the second year!

Impressed with that and Schneider's commitment.
Agreed. Any cap experts out there know if he will be RFA or UFA when this extension expires in 2012?

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Well there`s your backup... And will probably play more games than Raycroft did. Not that theres anything wrong with that.

Its honestly about time he was given a chance.

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06-02-2010, 02:09 PM
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I believe he'll only be a UFA if he plays less than 21 games in these two years.

Group 3 UFA: Age 27+ on June 30 (Schneider will be 26), -OR- 7 accrued NHL seasons (Won't happen)
Group 5 UFA: 10+ Pro seasons
Group 6 UFA: 25 years old (Schneider 26), -AND- 3+ Professional seasons (He'll have 4, AHL is included), -AND- less than 28 NHL games (Min. 30 mins played to count, therefore he's only counted as 7 so far despite playing in 10 games)
Not sure if you answered his question per se.

I think by looking at what you wrote above that Schneider will be UFA after his 2 year contract is up.

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06-02-2010, 02:15 PM
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I believe he'll only be a UFA if he plays less than 21 games in these two years.

Group 3 UFA: Age 27+ on June 30 (Schneider will be 26), -OR- 7 accrued NHL seasons (Won't happen)
Group 5 UFA: 10+ Pro seasons
Group 6 UFA: 25 years old (Schneider 26), -AND- 3+ Professional seasons (He'll have 4, AHL is included), -AND- less than 28 NHL games (Min. 30 mins played to count, therefore he's only counted as 7 so far despite playing in 10 games)
Thanks for the info Anonymouse.

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Not sure if you answered his question per se.

I think by looking at what you wrote above that Schneider will be UFA after his 2 year contract is up.
I'm not sure how you're interpreting that but he's saying that Schneider will be 26 at that time, meaning the only way he could be UFA is if he has played pro since age 16, in the NHL since 19 or has played fewer than 28 NHL games (for more than 30 minutes each).

Obviously only the last condition applies and in all likelihood Schneider will see enough action in the next two seasons to avoid it.

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My bad, not the best at explaining things. Schneider is a UFA if he plays less than 28 NHL games when his contract ends. He has 7 played (they only count games when he plays for 30+ minutes). Therefore if he plays in 21 games he'll hit the 28 game threshold.

It's the same thing that happened with Rome this season. Because Rome got hurt and didn't play in 80 NHL games (got to 75) he is a UFA this summer rather than a RFA.
Cory will be 26 after his 2 year contract is up? If so then I understand what you are saying. I think it is very likely he will play 21+ games over the next 2 years as Luongo's backup. So he will likely be RFA at the end of the 2 years.

Am I understanding this correctly?

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06-02-2010, 02:19 PM
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I'm not sure how you're interpreting that but he's saying that Schneider will be 26 at that time, meaning the only way he could be UFA is if he has played pro since age 16, in the NHL since 19 or has played fewer than 28 NHL games (for more than 30 minutes each).

Obviously only the last condition applies and in all likelihood Schneider will see enough action in the next two seasons to avoid it.
I think I caught on as you posted this. Thanks for clarifying.

EDIT: Thanks for posting the original info Anonymouse

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06-02-2010, 02:24 PM
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$900k per according to Bob McKenzie.

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06-02-2010, 02:27 PM
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This is the second time Schneider was in position to pull an agent power play to improve his personal situation, and both times he has gone the loyalty route. It says a lot about his commitment and attitude. And that Wetcoaster is not his agent.

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FWIW The Score ticker says 1 year deal.

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Well there`s your backup... And will probably play more games than Raycroft did. Not that theres anything wrong with that.

Its honestly about time he was given a chance.
This is of course the right move long term, and it could work out great in the short term too, if Schneider plays well.

But part of me is bummed to see Raycroft go. He was a great back-up, and cheap.

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06-02-2010, 02:53 PM
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But part of me is bummed to see Raycroft go. He was a great back-up, and cheap.
But he won't be cheap next year. He'll get at least a million or so out of somebody, like LaBarbera did last year.

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06-02-2010, 02:55 PM
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Bob McKenzie is saying it's a one-way deal

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You mean one way.

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06-02-2010, 03:02 PM
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Ive been hearing its a 2 year deal,but if it is a one year deal. I could see it being a player or team option to pick up the 2nd year.
Does anyone see this as being a new era sign and trade deal?
I hope it isnt,and with the way teams go after goalies i dont see it happening.

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But he won't be cheap next year. He'll get at least a million or so out of somebody, like LaBarbera did last year.
He was only "cheap" in a sense that the Leafs were picking up half his wage (so in effect he was getting paid around $1.5 from both teams). Considering the solid play from him this past season, I doubt he'd be looking to take that huge a paycut.

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06-02-2010, 03:02 PM
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For an AHL goalie unproven in the NHL, just under $1M is rich. I don't know the comps but $600-700K would be more reasonable. Maybe the RFA rules played into that.

Cedric Desjardins has similar AHL stats and he's been on the 500K program.

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06-02-2010, 03:09 PM
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This is of course the right move long term, and it could work out great in the short term too, if Schneider plays well.

But part of me is bummed to see Raycroft go. He was a great back-up, and cheap.
Raycroft could afford to sign for less with the Canucks ($500,000) as the Leafs were still paying him on the buyout of his previous contract last season ($733,333).

This season I he will be likely looking for a contract of $1.5 - $2 million.

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Bob McKenzie is saying it's a one-year deal
Bob said it's a 2 year deal worth 900k per season BUT the deal is a ONE WAY deal which I believe doesn't matter for the first year because he's not waiver eligible which means he'll just get paid 900K to play in either the NHL or the AHL.

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Assuming this plays out according to plan we should have a pretty hefty asset kicking around.

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