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07-27-2005, 06:29 PM
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Waivers

What is the deal with waivers with the new CBA? Now that Montoya is signed and Lundquist will probably sign. If a contract is offered to Weekes again and Labarbara, I believe is already under contract, what will happen when the season starts?

If Weekes and Labarbara are 1 and 2, that would mean that Montoya and Lundquist would have to be sent down to Hartford. Neither would clear waivers. With the new CBA supposedly players have to clear waivers to be called up. Neither Montoya nor Lundquist would clear if they had to be called up mid-season or whatever. Some team would snatch them up and the Rangers would have to pay 50% of the contract.

Any clarification on that?

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Rookies don't need to clear waivers. I believe it is 2 full seasons before waivers are needed.

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haven't seen anything official but the report i heard about guys needing to clear waivers to be called UP applied to guys make $75k or less in the ahl...so all teams have to do is make sure their top prospects make atleast $80k in the ahl.

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What if you've got an injury that requires a call-up of one of your AHL regulars and he's picked off waivers. There's a chance you wouldn't be able to feild a full roster on game night.

There's got to be some catches or clauses, right?

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What if you've got an injury that requires a call-up of one of your AHL regulars and he's picked off waivers. There's a chance you wouldn't be able to feild a full roster on game night.

There's got to be some catches or clauses, right?
yeah there has to be exceptions for emergency callups

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What if you've got an injury that requires a call-up of one of your AHL regulars and he's picked off waivers. There's a chance you wouldn't be able to feild a full roster on game night.

There's got to be some catches or clauses, right?
There has to be something. Otherwise, why not wait for the Flames to call up Phaneuf and then just claim him off waivers?

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