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PHI: O.Bartulis (Re-Entry); STL: D.Syvret (Re-Entry).

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PHI: O.Bartulis (Re-Entry); STL: D.Syvret (Re-Entry).

Other one is near 1k.

Sep. 24: Confirmed: BOS: S.Chaput, N.McIver, J.Tardif; BUF: A.Kotalik, S.Morrisonn, D.Leggio, D.Whitmore; CAR: B.Bellemore, N.Blanchard, J.Soryal; CHI: C.Huet, B.Segal; COL: E.Brophey, D.Liffiton, G.Mauldin, D.Van Der Gulik; DAL: M.Fortunus, E.Godard, B.Lukowich, T.Morin, R.Sawada, D.Spang, F.Wathier; FLO: Mark Cullen, B.Kearns, T.Strachan, N.Yonkman; NYR: W.Redden, P.Valentenko; PHI: J.Bacashihua, J.Backlund, D.Jancevski, J.Kalinski, S.Legein; PHO: M.Beaudoin, A.Bolduc, G.Stafford; WAS: F.Bouchard, K.Greentree, Z.Miskovic; WAS: K.Aucoin, D.Sabourin

Sep. 25: Confirmed: FLO: M.Caruso; MIN: D.Endras, J.DiSalvatore, J.Ortmeyer, W.Peters, J.Penner, J.Taffe; SJ: B.Guite, M.Pelech; TB: M.Angelidis, M.Ouellet, R.Petiot, A.Picard, T.Smith, M.Vernace, J.Wyman; TOR: L.Caputi, J.Finger, R.Hamilton, M.Zigomanis; WAS: D.Richmond, R.Potulny, C.Hanson.

Sep 26: CGY: B.Mikkelson; STL: J.Cheechoo, T.Hensick, D.Syvret; CHI: B.McLean; ANA: M.Bell and D.Sexton; FLO: S.Reinprecht: WAS: R.Potulny: NJ: S.Gionta: LA: M.Cliche; PHO: J.Pogge.

Sep. 27: LA: C.Paddock; MTL: N.Lawson and B.Willsie; NYR: A.Deveaux and A.Thuresson; PHI: To.Sestito; CLB: A.Joudrey, C.Bass, D.Byers and N.Drazenovic; BOS: Z.Hamill and T.Whitfield; WPG: P.Mannino, J.Jaffray, A.Kulda, M.Flood and R.Holzapfel; OTT: T.Conboy, F.Lessard, C.Locke and M.Parrish;

Sep. 28: NYI: T.Marcinko, T.Frischmon, T. Wallace, T.Wishart and D.Reese; PIT: R.Craig, N.Johnson, C.McDonald and S.Munroe.

Sep. 29: CAR: C.Durno, J.Matsumoto, M.Roy, B.Sanguinetti, J.Peters, J.Samson, Brett Sutter; WAS: C.Bourque, S.Collins, P.McNeil; FLO: T.Plante.

Sep. 30: NAS: T.Sloan; WPG: B.Festerling and S.Machacek; LA: A.Campbell; CAL: G.Desbiens; ANA: P.Maroon; OTT: K.Daugavins.

Oct. 01: VAN: M.Mancari, M.Duco, R.Parent; PHO: M.Pouliot, V.Tikhonov; NYR: J.Mitchell, K.Newbury; WPG: T.Stapleton; CLB: M.St Pierre, A.Giroux, N.Holden.

Oct. 02: NYR: D.Weise; STL: A.Cracknell.

Oct. 03: BOS: A.Khudobin; CLB: R.Russell; EDM: R.O'Marra; R.Keller; J.Green, G.Brule; DET: G.Exelby, C.Conner, D.Janik, J.MacDonald, L.Pyett; NAS: K.Wilson; NJ: M.Corrente, P.Harrold, J.Leach, Ti.Sestito, S.Veilleux, V.Zharkov, M.Fraser, R.Pelley; PIT: A.Picard, J.Williams; TOR: D.Boyce, J.Crabb, M.Lashoff.

Oct. 04: CAL: J.Henry; FLO: M.Kostka; MTL: M.Blunden; NYR: S.Avery, B.Bell, S.Bickel; PHI: O.Bartulis, B.Betts, M.Walker; PHO: C.McElhinney, N.Oystrick; SJ: M.Moore; VAN: V.Oreskoich.

Oct. 05: MTL: J.Woywita; PHO: B.McLean;

Oct. 06: MIN: E.Nystrom.

Oct. 07: COL: K.Cumiskey; MTL: J.Callahan.

Oct. 10: ANA: Jeff Deslauriers, Brian McGrattan; EDM: T.Chorney.

Oct. 11: BOS: J.Hennessy, A.Bodnarchuk; NAS: Z.Stortini; MIN: E.Nystrom [Re-Entry].

Oct. 12: ANA: T.Bodie; PHO: K.Chipchura.

Oct. 13: NYI: J.Colliton

Oct 17: ANA: Nate Guenin.

Oct. 19: MIN: D.Bagnall; CAL: R.Ivanans.

Oct. 20: VAN: N.Baumgartner; TB: S.Jackson.

Oct. 25: FLO: Ryan Carter.

Oct. 27: WPG: Aaron Gagnon.

Oct. 28: WPG: Brett McLean; COL: Cedrick Desjardins

Oct. 29: DET: Fabian Brunnstrom

Oct. 31: NYR: Sean Avery (Re-Entry); NYI: Trevor Gillies; WAS: D.J. King.

Nov. 01: PIT: Boris Valabik.

Nov. 02: MIN: Matt Kassian; TAM: Mattias Ritola.

Nov. 03: BUF: Paul Szczechura.

Nov. 04: WPG: Kenndal McArdle; FLO: Adam Comrie {Comrie is on $100 Release/Buy-Out Waivers}

Nov. 07: NJ: Mark Fraser and Rod Pelley.

Nov. 08: TB: Mattias Ritola {Ritola is on $125 Release/Buy-Out Waivers}

Nov. 09: STL: Taylor Chorney; WPG: Ben Maxwell.

Nov. 10: CGY: Niklas Hagman

Nov. 12: CGY: Niklas Hagman (Re-Entry Waivers)

Nov. 16: CHI: Rostislav Olesz; CLB: Cody Bass.

Nov. 21: ANA: Matt Beleskey.

Nov. 22: NAS: Niclas Bergfors.

Nov. 23: TBL: Blair Jones

Nov. 24: NYI: Blake Comeau; NAS: Niclas Bergfors (Unconditional Waivers).

Nov. 28: PHI: Andreas Nodl; FLO: Mark Cullen (Re-Entry Waivers).

Nov. 29: NJD: Brad Mills; COL: Joakim Lindstrom.

Nov. 30: NYR: Andre Deveaux; CGY: Pierre-Luc Leblond-Letourneau

Dec. 01: NAS: Teemu Laakso; PHI: Matt Walker (Re-Entry); FLO: Tyler Plante (Unconditional Waivers).

Dec. 05: ANA: Ben Maxwell; PHO: Patrick O'Sullivan.

Dec. 09: LA: Ethan Moreau.

Dec. 12: FLO: Tim Kennedy; TB: Antti Miettinen.

Dec. 13: COL: Patrick Rissmiller; WPG: Arturs Kulda; CAR: Justin Peters (Re-Entry)

Dec. 14: WPG: Jason Jaffray.

Dec. 15: ANA: Nate Guenin.

Dec. 23: PHO: Curtis McElhinney (Re-Entry)

Dec. 26: FLO: Mark Cullen (Re-Entry)

Dec. 28: DAL: Andrew Raycroft

Dec. 29: TB: P.C. Labrie

Dec. 30: NYR: Sean Avery

Jan. 02: TOR: Philippe Dupuis

Jan. 03: CGY: Raitis Ivanans (Re-Entry); VAN: Byron Bitz.

Jan. 04: TOR: Colton Orr.

Jan. 05: ANA: Andrew Gordon, Matt Smaby.

Jan. 06: FLO: Bill Thomas; PHI: Matt Walker.

Jan. 08: NJ: Tim Sestito.

Jan. 09: ANA: Mark Fraser; EDM: Gilbert Brule (Re-Entry); NAS: Brodie Dupont.

Jan. 11: PIT: Steve MacIntyre.

Jan. 12: PHO: Cal O'Reilly.

Jan. 13: MIN: Colton Gillies; DET: Chris Minard.

Jan. 18: COL: Brandon Yip; CHI: Brett McLean (Unconditional Waivers)

Jan. 19: CGY: Brett Carson; FLO: Michal Repik

Jan. 20: WPG: Derek Meech; SJ: Frazer McLaren.

Jan. 25: SJ: Antero Niittymaki; LA: Cam Paddock (Unconditional Waivers).

Jan. 31: PHO: Cal O'Reilly (Re-Entry Waivers)

Feb. 01: ANA: J.F. Jacques

Feb. 03: NYI: Anton Klementyev (Unconditional Waivers); WAS: Joel Rechlicz

Feb. 06: BOS: Zach Hamill; CAR: Anthony Stewart; SJ: Andrew Murray

Feb. 08: MIN: Jed Ortmeyer.

Feb. 10: MIN: Brad Staubitz

Feb. 17: LAK: Trent Hunter

Feb. 20: DET: Ty Conklin

Feb. 22: NYI: Tim Wallace

Feb. 23: CHI: Carter Hutton

Feb. 24: COL: David Van Der Gulik; TOR: Jay Rosehill, Darryl Boyce; WPG: Antti Miettinen.

Feb. 25: CGY: Krys Kolanos; CBJ: Grant Clitsome, Ryan Russell; MIN: Brad Staubitz (Re-Entry); NJ: Eric Boulton; NYI: Brian Rolston.

Mar. 03: TOR: Jay Rosehill (Re-Entry).

Mar. 06: BOS: Marty Turco.

Mar. 14: FLO: Tyson Strachan.

Mar. 20: DET: Ty Conklin (Re-Entry).

Mar. 21: CBJ: Ryan Russell

Mar. 23: STL: Danny Syvret

Apr. 03: TBL: Brandon Segal.

Apr. 08: TOR: Jay Rosehill

Apr. 16: SJ: Mike Moore (Re-Entry); PHI: Mike Leighton (Re-Entry)

Apr. 19: PHI: Oskars Bartulis; STL: Danny Syvret.

CLAIMED OFF WAIVERS
Sep 29: MIN claimsNick Johnson from PIT
Oct. 04: VAN claims Dale Weise from NYR
Oct. 05: MTL claims Blair Betts from PHI (Claim later reversed due to Betts being injured, returned to PHI)
Oct. 06: NYR claims Jeff Woywitka from MTL; WPG claims Brett McLean from PHO.
Oct. 11: STL claims Taylor Chorney from EDM; NAS claims B.McGrattan from ANA.
Oct. 26: NJ claims Ryan Carter from FLO
Oct. 29: PHX claims Brett McLean from WPG
Nov. 10: EDM claims Taylor Chorney from STL; ANA claims Ben Maxwell from WPG.
Nov. 14: ANA claims Niklas Hagman on re-entry waivers from CGY.
Nov. 25: CGY claims Blake Comeay from NYI.
Nov. 29: CAR claims Andreas Nodl from PHI.
Dec. 06: WPG claims Ben Maxwell from ANA.
Dec. 13: WPG claims Antti Miettinen from TBL.
Jan. 10: PHO claims Gilbert Brule on re-entry waivers from EDM.
Jan. 14: CLB claims Colton Gillies from MIN
Jan. 19: NAS claims Brandon Yip from COL
Feb. 01: PIT claims Cal O'Reilly on re-entry waivers from PHX.
Feb. 23: TBL claims Tim Wallace on waivers from NYI.
Feb. 25: CBJ claims Darryl Boyce on waivers from TOR.
Feb. 27: MTL claims Brad Staubitz from MIN on re-entry waivers; WPG claims Grant Clitsome from CBJ.


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Other thread hit 1,000 posts. I don't think this one will make it there, but I'll retire it at the end of June as players do go on waivers prior to being bought in the last couple weeks of June.

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Brandon Segal on waivers for the Tampa Bay Lightning today.

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Brandon Segal on waivers for the Tampa Bay Lightning today.
I know I speak for maybe 1-2 others when I ask "Why?" and "Isn't it a little late in the season?"

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I know I speak for maybe 1-2 others when I ask "Why?" and "Isn't it a little late in the season?"
Norfolk is on the longest winning streak in professional hockey history and he's a healthy scratch here.

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I know I speak for maybe 1-2 others when I ask "Why?" and "Isn't it a little late in the season?"
Loading up Norfolk for a Calder Cup run!

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His father Steven will be disappointed.

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Norfolk is on the longest winning streak in professional hockey history and he's a healthy scratch here.
OK - that makes sense.

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He's played the last few games even it is was only for 4 minutes. I don't know why they're gonna send him to Norfolk cause we have much better and younger players there and I hope he doesn't take their shifts. Aullie will be going down next week. Can we send J.T Brown down? He'd be great down there and get much needed experience?

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He's played the last few games even it is was only for 4 minutes. I don't know why they're gonna send him to Norfolk cause we have much better and younger players there and I hope he doesn't take their shifts. Aullie will be going down next week. Can we send J.T Brown down? He'd be great down there and get much needed experience?
No, as part of his signing for us he isn't allowed to play for Norfolk this year. Not sure of the exact rule.

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Per the Leafs own twitter account, Jay Rosehill placed on waivers today for the purpose of assignment to the Toronto Marlies.

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Per Bob McKenzie, Philadelphia puts Mike Leighton on re-entry waivers today and San Jose puts Mike Moore on re-entry waivers, as well.

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Per Bob McKenzie, Philadelphia puts Mike Leighton on re-entry waivers today and San Jose puts Mike Moore on re-entry waivers, as well.
Aren't they scheduled to be UFAs come july 1st?

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Aren't they scheduled to be UFAs come july 1st?
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Yup. They still have to clear waivers to come up and play in the playoffs, though.

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Mike Moore and Michael Leighton clear re-entry waivers.

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I knew Leighton was still with Philly. Why re-call him now though? Bryz isn't hurt that I know of and Bobrovsky is ready to jump in whenever. Is it just some added goaltender insurance for that just-in-case scenario?

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I knew Leighton was still with Philly. Why re-call him now though? Bryz isn't hurt that I know of and Bobrovsky is ready to jump in whenever. Is it just some added goaltender insurance for that just-in-case scenario?
Must be.. The Philly Phantoms (AHL team) didn't make the playoffs, so if he wasn't recalled he'd just be relaxing, doing nothing/not staying sharp.

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I knew Leighton was still with Philly. Why re-call him now though? Bryz isn't hurt that I know of and Bobrovsky is ready to jump in whenever. Is it just some added goaltender insurance for that just-in-case scenario?
Maybe because if one or both those guys got hurt lets say the Flyers are playing the Bruins in round 2 than the Bruins could claim him just to F the Flyers over.

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I knew Leighton was still with Philly. Why re-call him now though? Bryz isn't hurt that I know of and Bobrovsky is ready to jump in whenever. Is it just some added goaltender insurance for that just-in-case scenario?
He's one of the "Black Aces". He had to clear waivers so he was called up a day before the other guys from the phantoms.

The "Black Aces" are essentially the back-up squad in case of injury. I'm sure most teams have a similar system in place if their AHL team is out of the playoffs.

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Mike Moore and Michael Leighton clear re-entry waivers.
I'm surprised the Caps didn't go for Leighton. He'd have to be a better backup than Dany Sabourin, and it'd be nice to let Hershey have a goalie again.

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I'm surprised the Caps didn't go for Leighton. He'd have to be a better backup than Dany Sabourin, and it'd be nice to let Hershey have a goalie again.
I don't think they could play for another team if claimed in the playoffs. You would be claiming that player for basically no reason (as Moore for instance is a UFA after this season).

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I don't think they could play for another team if claimed in the playoffs. You would be claiming that player for basically no reason (as Moore for instance is a UFA after this season).
Take the player just so the team can't use him.

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I don't think they could play for another team if claimed in the playoffs. You would be claiming that player for basically no reason (as Moore for instance is a UFA after this season).
Ah, that makes sense. Thanks.

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