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06-25-2012, 04:31 PM
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Wild signing (2) + QO's

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The Wild made qualifying offers to the following restricted free agents: C Cody Almond, G Dennis Endras, D Justin Falk, D Chay Genoway, C David McIntyre, RW Carson McMillan, RW Jarod Palmer and RW Nick Palmieri. Almond did sign with Servette in Geneva of the Swiss League last week, making it unlikely that he would re-sign with Minnesota.

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The Wild did not make qualifying offers to the following restricted free agents: D Kris Fredheim, RW Nick Johnson and LW Guillaume Latendresse. However, General Manager Chuck Fletcher has said that he hopes to finalize a deal with Latendresse sometime this week.
http://wild.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=636040

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Anyone know offhand if submitting a QO to Almond makes him count towards the contract limit, even though he's obviously unable to sign it? Same goes for Endras.

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So Friedheim did not get a QO... and Almond did that we know he won't sign.

squidz, no contract means no contribution to the contract limit. Just retains the rights.

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Anyone know offhand if submitting a QO to Almond makes him count towards the contract limit, even though he's obviously unable to sign it? Same goes for Endras.
I doubt it, since he won't re-sign. I don't see why it would, but I'm not the expert.

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Updated Russo article on the same subject:

Qualifying offers tendered

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I like that Palmieri kid, seems to have a high cieling. Hopefully he comes into his own this year.

Good to hear they're working on Latts!

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With Johnson gone, I think Palmieri will be our 4th line RW.

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With Johnson gone, I think Palmieri will be our 4th line RW.
CapGeek's waiver calculator is broken right now, but if I'm reading the rules correctly, Palmieri is still waiver exempt (by virtue of not being born 2 weeks earlier). I think Palmieri is the insurance policy for our 4th line wing spot if we don't bring back Kassian. If someone wins a battle and earns a roster spot, forcing another player down to the 4th line, Palmieri can go to Houston. If no one ends up winning a spot, he can hold his own.

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CapGeek's waiver calculator is broken right now, but if I'm reading the rules correctly, Palmieri is still waiver exempt (by virtue of not being born 2 weeks earlier). I think Palmieri is the insurance policy for our 4th line wing spot if we don't bring back Kassian. If someone wins a battle and earns a roster spot, forcing another player down to the 4th line, Palmieri can go to Houston. If no one ends up winning a spot, he can hold his own.
Hmm, very interesting.

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Interesting that we qualified Endras. I thought he was done as a Wild player/prospect

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Interesting that we qualified Endras. I thought he was done as a Wild player/prospect
makes sense - keeps Toronto or Vancouver from getting him for nothing, while not costing the Wild anything. Might be able to get a pick for his rights.

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makes sense - keeps Toronto or Vancouver from getting him for nothing, while not costing the Wild anything. Might be able to get a pick for his rights.
Possibly but it's one more contract on the books.

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So, since we QO'e Almond. . . do we retain his NHL rights until he is 27, should he somehow figure out how to be a stud in Switzerland?

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Possibly but it's one more contract on the books.
Didn't somebody say earlier that him and Almond wouldn't count as part of the 50? It's rights we're talking here, not contracts.

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Didn't somebody say earlier that him and Almond wouldn't count as part of the 50? It's rights we're talking here, not contracts.
TaLoN has stated that.

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Didn't somebody say earlier that him and Almond wouldn't count as part of the 50? It's rights we're talking here, not contracts.
If they sign the qualifying offer, they are on the contracts. If they don't sign, we can take them to arbitration. I don't know if they don't sign but we don't take them to arbitration what happens next?

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If they sign the qualifying offer, they are on the contracts. If they don't sign, we can take them to arbitration. I don't know if they don't sign but we don't take them to arbitration what happens next?
Almond and Endras will not sign their QOs as they are under contract in Europe.

The deadline for Club Elected Arbitration has passed (I'm fairly certain).

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Wild signs Chad Rau 2 years, 550 000 + 575 000 (2 way)
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CapGeek's waiver calculator is broken right now, but if I'm reading the rules correctly, Palmieri is still waiver exempt (by virtue of not being born 2 weeks earlier). I think Palmieri is the insurance policy for our 4th line wing spot if we don't bring back Kassian. If someone wins a battle and earns a roster spot, forcing another player down to the 4th line, Palmieri can go to Houston. If no one ends up winning a spot, he can hold his own.
I highly doubt Kassian and Palmieri will be battling for roster spots. Palmy () is a RW while Kassian is a left. The way I see it, the only thing we'll be switching will depend on what team we're facing. Should we bring back Kassian, he and Veilleux will switch.

Veilleux/Kassian - Powe - Palmieri

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I highly doubt Kassian and Palmieri will be battling for roster spots. Palmy () is a RW while Kassian is a left. The way I see it, the only thing we'll be switching will depend on what team we're facing. Should we bring back Kassian, he and Veilleux will switch.

Veilleux/Kassian - Powe - Palmieri
You're putting far too much emphasis on the handedness of a potential 4th liner. Of our wingers last year, Johnson, Clutterbuck, Setoguchi, Bouchard, and Heatley all lined up at both the LW and RW positions for regular 5v5 shifts. Palmieri (if he plays) will line up at whichever wing is open this season.

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You're putting far too much emphasis on the handedness of a potential 4th liner. Of our wingers last year, Johnson, Clutterbuck, Setoguchi, Bouchard, and Heatley all lined up at both the LW and RW positions for regular 5v5 shifts. Palmieri (if he plays) will line up at whichever wing is open this season.
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Good to see the QO's get tendered and to see Lats get tendered later this week.

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Good to see the QO's get tendered and to see Lats get tendered later this week.
Re-signed, hopefully.

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Someone posted the CBA language confirming the contract list issue:

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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.

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