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09-26-2011, 03:00 PM
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Reinprecht, Repik

Per TSNBobMcKenzie Twitter:

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Notables amongst today's waivers: Mikkelson (CGY), Cheechoo, Hensick, Syvret (STL), McLean (CHI), Bell and Sexton (ANA), Reinprecht (FLA)
Not sure if just to send to AHL or to buy out, though I see no reason to buy him out. While not really a good player anymore, he would be a serviceable call up if need be, or just loan him to Europe again.

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Doubt they want to pay him that much to be in the minors again. He'd have to clear waivers to come back up, too. I'd like to see someone claim Reino, but he's probably Europe bound again.

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Repik too according to Filakov's RT

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Doubt they want to pay him that much to be in the minors again. He'd have to clear waivers to come back up, too. I'd like to see someone claim Reino, but he's probably Europe bound again.
I think the first part of waivers is procedural because they hope they can get someone to bite on half his salary on re-entry.

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I think the first part of waivers is procedural because they hope they can get someone to bite on half his salary on re-entry.
Yeah, could be, good point.

Little surprised Repik was waived, guessing they tried to move him and no one bit. Though, I'm sure he'll clear and they're just sending him to San Antonio. Anyone know if he'd have to clear again on re-call?

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Yeah, could be, good point.

Little surprised Repik was waived, guessing they tried to move him and no one bit. Though, I'm sure he'll clear and they're just sending him to San Antonio. Anyone know if he'd have to clear again on re-call?
No he's not eligible for re-entry waivers due to his salary when sent to San Antonio. The rule is:

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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.
Repik isnt making that much on his deal in the AHL. Guys like Yonkman, Strachan, Cullen, etc are making more than $105K so they'll all be eligible for re-entry waivers (goes without saying that so will Reino).

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Not suprised, Repik will likely lead a successful KHL career.

Any Offensively orientated player who is likely to translate into a scoring Forward at the NHL level (assuming they were a somewhat precocious talent, such as Repik) should be graduating into the NHL at the latest either in his late 2nd year in the AHL or his early 3rd year. Identified this last year and when no such transition happened, the odds are what will happen i expect soon ; Repik will play in Europe

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He doesn't give a **** about playing defense or winning battles, and when he creates scoring chances he looks like Rostislav Olesz trying to score.

I agree with J17.

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Nothing really to see here. And certainly no big loss if either are claimed. Aside from SA not receiving them.


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Thanks as always Coolburn. Figured as much. Appreciate the legwork.

Agree with J17 as well. He can see the ice well, but it doesn't seem like he's cut out. I like him at times, but those times are few and far.

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I honestly wouldnt be sad if repik was claimed.. I mean its not even the slightest similar to the grabner situation.
grabner was very skilled (and so is repik I know that) but he had spent his entire pro career behind a pretty much already set top6 formation on one of the best teams in the league.
repik however, has struggled to succeed on teams that can hardly be considered top level, and still failed to impress anyone more than just occasional flashes! And it should be noted also that repik sure has had way more chances in the NHL than grabner had in vancouver prior to his trade.

If he gets claimed and that team keeps him on the roster, I find it very hard to see that he will be able to produce much more than what he did with us.

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Both guys cleared:

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