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03-13-2012, 05:57 PM
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Sebastian Stalberg signed

@steffeg Viktor Stålberg's younger brother Sebastian has signed with the #SJSharks out of U of Vermont. (via @hockeysverige) Fw scored 31 pts in 31.

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@steffeg Viktor Stålberg's younger brother Sebastian has signed with the #SJSharks out of U of Vermont. (via @hockeysverige) Fw scored 31 pts in 31.
If he's as fast as his brother then good.

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If he's as fast as his brother then good.
Sounds like he's more of the prototypical DW guy...

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sebastian is more slow of foot (when compared to viktor), doesn't have the dynamic offensive skills, is a kick-ass face-off man, and seems to be more of a in the zone type of player rather than one that plays through the zones like viktor.
http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...php?p=40177727


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Some stats:

http://eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=9703

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...php?pid=123532

Has decent/good numbers in college, his age (22) is a bit of a concern.



http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1042427

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he's a lot different than Viktor, comparing their NCAA careers. Viktor dominated college hockey with his speed, his speed and body size combined, as well as his shot. sebastian is more slow of foot (when compared to viktor), doesn't have the dynamic offensive skills, is a kick-ass face-off man, and seems to be more of a in the zone type of player rather than one that plays through the zones like viktor.
From the sound of that, Sebastian is more of a responsible bottom-six type guy.

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San Jose is at 50 NHL contracts, and based on my understanding of the CBA they don't have an NHL contract slot available until 7/1 to sign him...

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San Jose is at 50 NHL contracts, and based on my understanding of the CBA they don't have an NHL contract slot available until 7/1 to sign him...
What's the difference with Connolly and this signing, contract wise?

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What's the difference with Connolly and this signing, contract wise?
I don't understand the question...

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Nevermind. Brainfart.

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San Jose is at 50 NHL contracts, and based on my understanding of the CBA they don't have an NHL contract slot available until 7/1 to sign him...
If this is true, maybe he's signing an ATO for the rest of this season in Worcester - or, maybe there's something w/ the current contracts that fans don't know about...or, maybe this isn't true.

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OK. We got Winnik and Galiardi and shipped out Sgarbossa, Connolly and McGinn. How does that not open a contract spot?

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If this is true, maybe he's signing an ATO for the rest of this season in Worcester - or, maybe there's something w/ the current contracts that fans don't know about...or, maybe this isn't true.
He would be the type of player that would be offered an ATO to see if he's going to be worth an NHL contract, so that's certainly feasible. San Jose has gone that route before too...Dave MacDonald in 07-08 comes to mind right away.

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OK. We got Winnik and Galiardi and shipped out Sgarbossa, Connolly and McGinn. How does that not open a contract spot?
Sgarbossa's contract didn't count towards the 50 this season as he' was still playing in the CHL - that contract 'slides'.

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OK. We got Winnik and Galiardi and shipped out Sgarbossa, Connolly and McGinn. How does that not open a contract spot?
Sgarbossa's contract didn't count because he was under 20 and in Juniors...San Jose really has more than 50 but a couple (Hamilton, Anderson) don't count.

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Sgarbossa's contract didn't count towards the 50 this season as he' was still playing in the CHL - that contract 'slides'.
OK, I had the wrong guy. So playing in College doesn't allow the same "slide". Got it.

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OK, I had the wrong guy. So playing in College doesn't allow the same "slide". Got it.
There's no slide because they can't have contracts until they leave college. The moment you put your signature on a contract, you forfeit NCAA eligibility and can no longer play collegiate hockey. That's why NCAA players have a longer draft rights window than their CHL counterparts (collegiate draftees, or those headed to college after being drafted out of Jr B get until their college class graduates, so at most 4 years. CHL players get 2 years I believe). In essence, CHL contracts having that sliding nature is to essentially to give them a similar rights window and amateur development period as their NCAA counterparts (since CHL player contracts slide as long as the player remains in the CHL, which they can do until the season where they come to camp at 20 years old). Otherwise you draft a CHL kid at 17 and don't sign him, he goes back into the draft at 19.

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I posted this in the prospect's thread a few days ago, so for those that may have missed it...from the definitions section of the CBA concerning "reserve list":

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"Reserve List" means the list of all Players to whom a Club has rights including all Unsigned Draft Choices, all Players signed to an SPC (whether or not currently playing in the NHL), and all Players who have signed an SPC but who have subsequently been returned to Juniors. A Club may have on its Reserve List, at any one time, not more than 90 Players, which shall include the following:
(a) Not more than 50 Players signed to an SPC and not less than 24 Players
and 3 goalkeepers under an SPC. Age 18 and age 19 Players who were returned to
Juniors, and who have not played 11 NHL Games in one season, shall be exempt from
inclusion in the 50 Player limit.

Any Club violating this provision shall be liable to loss of draft choices as
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(b) Unsigned Draft Choices.

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AIUI, even though he (has allegedly) signed today, the contract does not count until next season, so the Sharks are not going above the 50.

(They would have to have space in their 80-player reserve list going forward. Although my copy of the CBA says that it's a 90-player reserve list. YMMV)

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Of course the Sharks get the slow brother.

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AIUI, even though he (has allegedly) signed today, the contract does not count until next season, so the Sharks are not going above the 50.

(They would have to have space in their 80-player reserve list going forward. Although my copy of the CBA says that it's a 90-player reserve list. YMMV)
It counts the second he signs it. There are no exceptions anywhere in the CBA that I can find that prevents that contract from counting. If you can show somewhere in the CBA where this contract wouldn't count I'd love to see it.

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It counts the second he signs it. There are no exceptions anywhere in the CBA that I can find that prevents that contract from counting. If you can show somewhere in the CBA where this contract wouldn't count I'd love to see it.
Contract starts for 12-13 season (new deals for undrafted free agents can sign as soon as 3/1), not 11-12 season.

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Slow, no offense. He'll fit right in.

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Contract starts for 12-13 season (new deals for undrafted free agents can sign as soon as 3/1), not 11-12 season.
Please post the section, page number, anything from the CBA that shows this contract would not count.

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The report says it's a 2yr ELC:
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After three successful seasons in the U.S. takes 22-year-old once again the same steps as his older brother and replacing the NCAA against an NHL contract. As hockeysverige.se experience comes from Gothenburg on Wednesday to sign a two-year two-way contract with the San Jose Sharks and immediately connect to the club farmarlag Worcester Sharks of the AHL. Sebastian Stålberg Vermont has had a heavy season in the U.S. college hockey and finished last in Hockey East after only having taken six wins all season.

Link: http://www.hockeysverige.se/article/...r-nhl-kontrakt (Swedish)

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Slow, no offense. He'll fit right in.
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