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02-04-2011, 10:17 AM
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that is his speculation. If they really want him they will find the room. The key question is do they really want him? Backlund i highly doubt will be back next year, no skin off of their back if he doesnt play. Unless they dont want any hard feelings let him go back to sweden. Leighton, who cares really. If emery shows he could play and is healthy let leighton go back to the phantoms next year. Leighton you know what you have so if emery signed you let him play.

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02-04-2011, 10:18 AM
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Now days, everybody wanna talk like they got something to say.
But nothing comes out when they move their lips.
Just a bunch of gibberish.
And mother ****ers act like they forgot about Ray.

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This is the full text from Pierre LeBrun as mentioned earlier tonight:

http://espn.go.com/blog/nhl/post/_/i...sorship-strong

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Emery's comeback
Expect to see Ray Emery sign a one-year, two-way deal Sunday or Monday with the Anaheim Ducks. Emery will begin his comeback in the AHL, but to do that, he will need to clear NHL waivers because he's a veteran. He could avoid waivers if the Ducks simply assign him to a two-week conditioning assignment, but everyone involved, most notably Emery, feels he'll need more time than that to get his game back.

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Good for him, hope it works out. Somewhere else.

But if it's with the Ducks, hopefully not too much.

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This is the full text from Pierre LeBrun as mentioned earlier tonight:

http://espn.go.com/blog/nhl/post/_/i...sorship-strong
3-1 the Islanders claim him.

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02-05-2011, 10:08 PM
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3-1 the Islanders claim him.
They wont have to. He doesn't have to clear waivers.

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02-05-2011, 10:09 PM
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3-1 the Islanders claim him.
The waiver is mentioned here:

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http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/spor...rd-goalie.html

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Emery, who played in the KHL during the 2008-09 season and is currently unsigned, would not have to go through waivers because he did not play in another league this season.
How Chuck Gormley explains it:

http://www.courierpostonline.com/fdcp/?1297007000750

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They can also fit him onto their crowded roster
because they are one under the 50-player limit. The
problem lies in keeping Emery. If he agrees to a
two-way contract, Emery would need to pass
through waivers before being cleared to play for the
Flyers. That means 28 other teams would get a crack
at him.


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02-05-2011, 11:58 PM
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3-1 the Islanders claim him.
I say the Blues claim him just so they can steal someone else's player for once, rather than be the guys who get stolen from.

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But, Lebrun just said in that excerpt that Emery will have to clear waivers, because he is going to do more than a two week try out.

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We should claim him, just because.

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But, Lebrun just said in that excerpt that Emery will have to clear waivers, because he is going to do more than a two week try out.
Touche. My apologies. I didn't ever actually look at the article.

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wouldn't be surprised if the isles tried to claim him what with DP's injury of the day

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wouldn't be surprised if the isles tried to claim him what with DP's injury of the day
So, what's the deal with the whole Nabokov kerfuffle? He just doesn't play because the Isles suspended him? If that's the case, I think it's high-larious!

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But, Lebrun just said in that excerpt that Emery will have to clear waivers, because he is going to do more than a two week try out.
Emery is exempt from the waivers that Nabakov, Svatos and Wellwood had to pass through becaucse he didnt play in Europe. What LeBrun probably means is that if Emery starts in the minors then he will be subject to the regular re-call waivers all veterans have to clear in order to play. Anaheim could get around this by assigning him to the NHL but send him down for an2 week conditioning stint; however, Emery is quoted as saying he thinks he would need more time to get his game back.

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wouldn't be surprised if the isles tried to claim him what with DP's injury of the day
They'd then have a decent tandem...if they'd show up for work.

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Touche. My apologies. I didn't ever actually look at the article.
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Emery is exempt from the waivers that Nabakov, Svatos and Wellwood had to pass through becaucse he didnt play in Europe. What LeBrun probably means is that if Emery starts in the minors then he will be subject to the regular re-call waivers all veterans have to clear in order to play. Anaheim could get around this by assigning him to the NHL but send him down for an2 week conditioning stint; however, Emery is quoted as saying he thinks he would need more time to get his game back.
Ooh, so I was wrong.

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...why don't they just sign Emery to an AHL contract, and then buy the AHL contract when he's ready for the NHL?

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Emery is exempt from the waivers that Nabakov, Svatos and Wellwood had to pass through becaucse he didnt play in Europe. What LeBrun probably means is that if Emery starts in the minors then he will be subject to the regular re-call waivers all veterans have to clear in order to play. Anaheim could get around this by assigning him to the NHL but send him down for an2 week conditioning stint; however, Emery is quoted as saying he thinks he would need more time to get his game back.
yeah, this is regular waivers as opposed to signing a player from another pro league waivers.

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...why don't they just sign Emery to an AHL contract, and then buy the AHL contract when he's ready for the NHL?
thats what i dont get to avoid all that nonsense.

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thats what i dont get to avoid all that nonsense.
I don't get this at all... especially if all he's going to get is a two-way deal. There's no reason for him not to be fine with an AHL contract for the moment.

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I don't get this at all... especially if all he's going to get is a two-way deal. There's no reason for him not to be fine with an AHL contract for the moment.
yep and they have a mutual agreement once he is ready they will sign him. Unless Emery is just looking for guaranteed money no matter what is the only other thing i can think of.

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yep and they have a mutual agreement once he is ready they will sign him. Unless Emery is just looking for guaranteed money no matter what is the only other thing i can think of.
Well, right, but the two-way deal means he won't be making that much in the AHL (comparatively). In fact, he could sign for more cash in the AHL with an AHL only contract. I believe that two-way deals are automatically 10% of the NHL contract (so, $50K if he signs for league minimum in the AHL) -- I could be wrong about that, as AHL deals are sort of out side of the spectrum of crap I care about.

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http://blog.syracuse.com/crunch/2011...se_goalie.html

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The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the club has assigned goaltender Timo Pielmeier to the Elmira Jackals of the ECHL.

Pielmeier was recalled by Anaheim from Syracuse on Feb. 4. Some roster move had to be made today because Pielmeier was on a 48-hour emergency recall for the ailing Jonas Hiller.

The Orange County Register said Anaheim sent him to the Jackals because that team plays in Las Vegas on Tuesday and will be close by if needed.

The signing of free agent goalie Ray Emery remains a strong possibility, although not yet final. If Emery sticks with Anaheim, he would not need to clear any waivers. If he was sent to the Crunch, he would need to clear waivers.
Figured I'd highlight the bit on Emery. This looks like a good sign that he's going to be signed by Anaheim really soon.

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Good for Emery.

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Just signed a two way deal with Anaheim this morning. Good for Emery.

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