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07-07-2011, 05:03 PM
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Flyers Have Signed Goalie Jason Bacashihua

He has been playing regularly in the AHL since 02-03,and has played 38 games in the NHL for the Blues over the course of 05-06 and 06-07.


Source for signing: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/f...evel-deal.html

-edit there are apparently conflicting reports and he might have signed with Phoenix.

-edit 2 - Frank Seravalli said on twitter
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For those asking about Bacashihua... Including @TheGoalieGuild, I have the e-mail from the NHLPA w/ him signing in PHI on Tues. Not PHX.
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I guess we have a goalie we can call up if we need to.

...I REALLY hope we don't need to.

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Aren't we at the 50 contract max already? What exactly is the point of this, if any...

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So it WAS us then? I'm confused. 3 twitters say pho and 5 say phi. Big difference. If it is us I assume he will backup in the A which means????????

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Aren't we at the 50 contract max already? What exactly is the point of this, if any...
This will max us at 50 I think. Someone will have to be traded for us to bring in anyone else or if Couturier is going to make the team.

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So it WAS us then? I'm confused. 3 twitters say pho and 5 say phi. Big difference. If it is us I assume he will backup in the A which means????????
Were there any rumors that Fum signed him too?

I guess he is only going to get to play 20 games or so, since he is behind Leighton and Backlund, unless Bob gets traded.

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It seems like we are one of the few teams that just waste contracts....to me, when you are within 3 contracts of the 50 max, this is a signing you just don't do. ugh holmgren

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Were there any rumors that Fum signed him too?

I guess he is only going to get to play 20 games or so, since he is behind Leighton and Backlund, unless Bob gets traded.
maybe they find a way to get rid of leighton

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This will max us at 50 I think. Someone will have to be traded for us to bring in anyone else or if Couturier is going to make the team.
It puts them at 49 I beleive

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It seems like we are one of the few teams that just waste contracts....to me, when you are within 3 contracts of the 50 max, this is a signing you just don't do. ugh holmgren
Sure you do if you know what's going on. If Bryzgalov or Bobrovsky sustains an injury, who do you call up to be the back up for a few games. Both Leighton and Backlund would be subject to recall waivers if recalled. Have to know all the facts before making statements like this.

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It puts them at 49 I beleive.
49 without Talbot signed. He is sure to resign a restructured deal.

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Sure you do if you know what's going on. If Bryzgalov or Bobrovsky sustains an injury, who do you call up to be the back up for a few games. Both Leighton and Backlund would be subject to recall waivers if recalled. Have to know all the facts before making statements like this.
So then wait until the season starts to make that move. What if 2 guys sustain significant injuries in training camp who were thought to help out either team (Flyers/Phantoms)? Then you put yourself in a very bad position...you don't need to sign just a back up goalie in July, especially with other roster moves potentially.

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It puts them at 49 I beleive



Sure you do if you know what's going on. If Bryzgalov or Bobrovsky sustains an injury, who do you call up to be the back up for a few games. Both Leighton and Backlund would be subject to recall waivers if recalled. Have to know all the facts before making statements like this.
With Talbot included it will be 50, I think. Could be wrong though.

Can someone explain the waiver rules for me... I know it has something to do with games played, and in recall waivers the AHL salary is somehow involved there as well I think.

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It puts them at 49 I beleive



Sure you do if you know what's going on. If Bryzgalov or Bobrovsky sustains an injury, who do you call up to be the back up for a few games. Both Leighton and Backlund would be subject to recall waivers if recalled. Have to know all the facts before making statements like this.
You don't think it would be better for the team to sign a goalie that is actually worth signing to any contract to a two way deal? This guy is such garbage I don't even want him to be signed to a contract, even though he is.

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You don't think it would be better for the team to sign a goalie that is actually worth signing to any contract to a two way deal? This guy is such garbage I don't even want him to be signed to a contract, even though he is.
Who else is there?

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Who else is there?
I'm not sure off the top of my head but there had to be someone better out there.
Ersberg could've been an option

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So then wait until the season starts to make that move. What if 2 guys sustain significant injuries in training camp who were thought to help out either team (Flyers/Phantoms)? Then you put yourself in a very bad position...you don't need to sign just a back up goalie in July, especially with other roster moves potentially.
I'll give you the same line, you make the moves necessary if and when that happens. They need to get a player in and acclimated. This will not stop any other moves the team chooses to make. This was a necessary move.

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You don't think it would be better for the team to sign a goalie that is actually worth signing to any contract to a two way deal? This guy is such garbage I don't even want him to be signed to a contract, even though he is.
I haven't seen the numbers but it's probably a cheap one year deal. What would you expect to get to be a 3rd Goalie on the Phantoms?

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Can someone explain the waiver rules for me... I know it has something to do with games played, and in recall waivers the AHL salary is somehow involved there as well I think.
Its kind of complicated. Anyone making 105,000 or more in the AHL must go through re-entry waivers to be called up. But I believe Bacashihua is waiver exempt because he hasn't been on an NHL roster over the past few season.

Edit: At least I hope I'm interpreting that rule right. Because at first glance Bacashihua isn't waiver exempt. He is making $125,000 in the AHL.

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I'm not sure off the top of my head but there had to be someone better out there.
Ersberg could've been an option
Ersberg is under contract in the KHL for one of the top teams, doubt he'd be interested to go play in the AHL in Glen Falls.

A goalie that is out there is Carter Hutton who played a few games for the Phantoms in 2009-2010. He would most certainly not be waiver exempt at least...

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Its kind of complicated. Anyone making 105,000 or more in the AHL must go through re-entry waivers to be called up. But I believe Bacashihua is waiver exempt because he hasn't been on an NHL roster over the past few season.

Edit: At least I hope I'm interpreting that rule right. Because at first glance Bacashihua isn't waiver exempt. He is making $125,000 in the AHL.
Yeah, that's what I thought when I saw that. I'm also unsure about that whole games played thing... I thought AHL games counted as well, but I might be way off there.

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Its kind of complicated. Anyone making 105,000 or more in the AHL must go through re-entry waivers to be called up. But I believe Bacashihua is waiver exempt because he hasn't been on an NHL roster over the past few season.

Edit: At least I hope I'm interpreting that rule right. Because at first glance Bacashihua isn't waiver exempt. He is making $125,000 in the AHL.
It's the opposite. A player signed to a 2 way deal whose AHL deal is 105,000 or higher, does not have to clear recall waivers, but is subject to waivers to be sent down. Not being on an NHL roster over the past few Seasons has nothing to do with it. Waivers are based on the same thing for every player. How old the player is when he signed his first deal, how many years have passed since then, and NHL games played

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It's the opposite. A player signed to a 2 way deal whose AHL deal is 105,000 or higher, does not have to clear recall waivers, but is subject to waivers to be sent down. Not being on an NHL roster over the past few Seasons has nothing to do with it. Waivers are based on the same thing for every player. How old the player is when he signed his first deal, how many years have passed since then, and NHL games played
From capgeek:

"Waiver-eligible players on minor-league assignments are subject to reentry waivers if they are recalled and their minor-league salary is greater than $105,000 in 2009-10 and beyond. "

"Skaters who have played 320 or more professional games in North America (NHL, AHL, or ECHL) or goalies who have played 180 or more professional games in North America (NHL, AHL, or ECHL) and (a) who have not been on an NHL roster for 80 or more games over the last two seasons or (b) who have not spent more than 40 games on an NHL roster in the immediately prior season, are exempt from recall waivers. "

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I thought he signed a 2-way deal with Phoenix the other day?

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The Flyers had 4 goalies on one-way contracts, and zero on two-way contracts. Before the team was thrown into upheaval, this is actually one of our top needs.

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I'm not sure off the top of my head but there had to be someone better out there.
Ersberg could've been an option
Ersberg is back home and staying home. He's not coming back over to play in the AHL.

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I thought he signed a 2-way deal with Phoenix the other day?
There has apparently been conflicting reports. Capgeek hasn't said one way or the other, and the Flyers site doesn't say anything either.

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