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List of players that are no longer waiver exempt

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07-16-2011, 01:18 PM
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List of players that are no longer waiver exempt

Ala Grabner last season, not sure where to find something like this so I figured a thread would be in order.

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Anyone have the stipulations for waiver eligibility? I'm wondering when guys like Marcus Kruger, Ben Smith, and Viktor Stalberg become eligible.

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I'm really hoping Wishart doesn't have to go through waivers. Just signed a two way contract and could use a little bit more time in the AHL.

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If someone wants to go back and collate them, Capgeek took 15 or so minutes worth of twitter questions on waiver eligibility last night.

http://twitter.com/#!/capgeek

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Found this through a google search.

http://communities.sportsnet.ca/thread/45746

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Wishart is not waiver exempt. Completed his 3rd year pro.

CapGeek has a waiver calculator

http://www.capgeek.com/waiver_calcul...008&Calculate=

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Bobby Sanguinetti is no longer waiver exempt

Dale Weise is no longer waiver exempt

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I'm really hoping Wishart doesn't have to go through waivers. Just signed a two way contract and could use a little bit more time in the AHL.
Two way contracts mean they don't have to go through waivers.

At least I thought it meant that?

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Two way contracts mean they don't have to go through waivers.

At least I thought it meant that?
Two way only affect the pay between NHL/AHL, not their waiver eligibility.

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Two way contracts mean they don't have to go through waivers.

At least I thought it meant that?
Only in the NHL series hockey games.

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Two way only affect the pay between NHL/AHL, not their waiver eligibility.
Correct. A two-way contract indicates that the player will be paid a different salary for time spent in the AHL vs the NHL. A one-way contract entails a full NHL salary at all times.

It has no impact on waiver eligibility.

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Correct. A two-way contract indicates that the player will be paid a different salary for time spent in the AHL vs the NHL. A one-way contract entails a full NHL salary at all times.

It has no impact on waiver eligibility.
IIRC, it does have one impact. A one-way contract forces the same salary at the NHL and AHL level, and that forces all players that go through waivers, and pass, to then go through recall waivers if they are called back up to the NHL.

At the AHL salary (can't remember, but I believe if it's lower than $100K/yr) a player that passes through regular waivers does not have to go through recall waivers on the way back up.

I believe I read this rule a couple years ago, but hazy on the details.

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IIRC, it does have one impact. A one-way contract forces the same salary at the NHL and AHL level, and that forces all players that go through waivers, and pass, to then go through recall waivers if they are called back up to the NHL.

At the AHL salary (can't remember, but I believe if it's lower than $100K/yr) a player that passes through regular waivers does not have to go through recall waivers on the way back up.

I believe I read this rule a couple years ago, but hazy on the details.
$105,000 is the threshold for re-entry waivers

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The re-entry regulation is why nearly all upper-echelon AHL free-agent signees have an AHL salary of $105,000. That’s the threshold for re-entry waivers. Make $105,000 or less in the AHL and only normal waiver rules apply.
http://blogs.democratandchronicle.co...ely-no-reason/

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IIRC, it does have one impact. A one-way contract forces the same salary at the NHL and AHL level, and that forces all players that go through waivers, and pass, to then go through recall waivers if they are called back up to the NHL.

At the AHL salary (can't remember, but I believe if it's lower than $100K/yr) a player that passes through regular waivers does not have to go through recall waivers on the way back up.

I believe I read this rule a couple years ago, but hazy on the details.
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$105,000 is the threshold for re-entry waivers



http://blogs.democratandchronicle.co...ely-no-reason/
Ahh, yes. Thanks for clarifying.

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IIRC, it does have one impact. A one-way contract forces the same salary at the NHL and AHL level, and that forces all players that go through waivers, and pass, to then go through recall waivers if they are called back up to the NHL.

At the AHL salary (can't remember, but I believe if it's lower than $100K/yr) a player that passes through regular waivers does not have to go through recall waivers on the way back up.

I believe I read this rule a couple years ago, but hazy on the details.
The poster is technically correct though, as regular waivers are not the same thing as re-entry waivers.

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I'm 90% sure Zac Hamill is no longer waiver exempt as he's completed three years of pro hockey but he still has one year left on his ELC because of his late birthday (I have no idea if this affects waiver eligibility).

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