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07-11-2012, 08:07 PM
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i wont be shocked if Haley starts the year on the NYR and stays the whole year.....i doubt he came here to play in the AHL....he did get some NHL ice time on the Islanders....he will be Prust's replacement....Pyatt will replace Mitchell and Asham will replace Fedotenko
Haley will not be on the Rangers roster unless half the roster comes down with the flu before the first game.

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07-11-2012, 09:28 PM
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Indeed, I'm sure Collins is a heart-and-soul character type of guy. He has those winning intangibles.
Nice to know that you don't have any idea of anything.

Major lol @ stats surfers complaining about AHL signings. Jesus.

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if the new CBA is signed and redden can still play in the AHL under these same conditions, with no negative effect on the NHL roster, i don't see there being any way they amnesty him. it's not like the dolans don't have the money to pay redden, and he's basically like an extra coach down there. they should save that amnesty for when they might actually NEED it

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if the new CBA is signed and redden can still play in the AHL under these same conditions, with no negative effect on the NHL roster, i don't see there being any way they amnesty him. it's not like the dolans don't have the money to pay redden, and he's basically like an extra coach down there. they should save that amnesty for when they might actually NEED it
If there is a amnesty period then it will prob just be a one time thing you either use or dont. Not something tou can sit on and wait to use.

If they buyout that 7M contract maybe dolan can drop the price of his tickets

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Not up. RB is just speculating that in the new CBA there will be another amnesty buyout, and that we'll use it on Redden. He's probably right.
If they give amnesty buyouts and still allow teams to bury players like Redden in the minors, I definitely wouldn't use it on him (well unless, of course, we have to use it now and not be allowed to save it).

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if the new CBA is signed and redden can still play in the AHL under these same conditions, with no negative effect on the NHL roster, i don't see there being any way they amnesty him. it's not like the dolans don't have the money to pay redden, and he's basically like an extra coach down there. they should save that amnesty for when they might actually NEED it
It's not a card you can hold onto as long as you want. You get generally get a very short time frame. They will certainly use it if it means saving millions...

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Don't confuse the NBA amnesty clause with compliance buyouts in the NHL. The NHL didn't put a limit on how many players could be bought out. The NBA amnesty is for 1 player who was on the roster when the previous CBA expired. The NHL buyouts had to completed before the current CBA started. The NBA amnesty sees the players earn his entire salary while the NHL had the player receive 2/3 of his money paid out over the remaining term of the contract.

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Update

CONTRACT STATUS

Signed players for 2012/2013


NYR (20 - 2 on LTIR)
Derek Stepan - RFA 2013/2014
Artem Anisimov - RFA 2013/2014
Carl Hagelin - RFA 2013/2014
Jeff Halpern - UFA 2013/2014
Chris Kreider - RFA 2014/2015

Marian Gaborik (LTIR until December) - UFA 2014/2015
Ryan Callahan - UFA 2014/2015
Brian Boyle - UFA 2014/2015
Mike Rupp - UFA 2014/2015
Arron Asham - UFA 2014/2015
Taylor Pyatt - UFA 2014/2015
Brandon Dubinsky - UFA 2015/2016
Brad Richards - UFA into the 2020s

Ryan McDonaugh - RFA 2013/2014

Mike Sauer (LTIR indefinitely) - RFA 2013/2014
Stu Bickel - - UFA 2014/2015
Dan Girardi - UFA 2014/2015
Marc Staal - UFA 2015/2016

Henrik Lundqvist - UFA 2014/2015
Martin Biron - UFA 2014/2015


RFAs (2)
Michael del Zotto - Qualified and he will resign to a 2 to 3 year deal between 2,3 to 3 M per annum
Anton Stralman - Qualified - filed for arbitration and will resign( likely) a 2 year deal between $1,1m to 1,5m

CT Whale/ECHL (23)
Chad Kolarik - UFA 2013/2014
Tommy Grant - RFA 2013/2014
Ryan Bourque - RFA 2014/2015
Micheal Haley - UFA 2014/2015
Kris Newbury - UFA 2014/2015
Kyle Jean - RFA 2014/2015 ??
Brandon Segal - UFA 2014/2015 ??
Andrew Yogan - RFA 2015/2016
Marek Hrivik - RFA 2014/2015
Jason Wilson - RFA 2014/2015
Christian Thomas - RFA 2015/2016
Casey Wellman - qualified

Mike Vernace - UFA 2013/2014
Blake Parlett - RFA 2013/2014
Jyri Niemi - RFA 2013/2014
Logan Pyett - RFA 2013/2014 ??
Sean Collins - UFA 2014/2015 ??
Tim Erixon - RFA 2014/2015 (graduates to NYR?)
Wade Redden - UFA 2014/2015

Dylan McIllraith - RFA 2015/2016 - presently on LTIR

Jason Missiaen - RFA 2014/2015
Scott Stacjer - RFA 2014/2015

Cameron Talbot - qualified

Jr eligible (contract slides and does not count against 50 player limit if he stays in juniors)
JT Miller - RFA 2015/2016

Players signed but Loaned to a European club (2)
Jesper Fast - RFA 2015/2016
Oscar Lindberg - RFA 2015/2016


Players qualified (rights retained) - but playing in Europe and do not count against 50 player limit
Mats Zuccarello - Was qualified but has signed 2 year deal with KHL team with NHL out clause
Pavel Valentenko - Qualified but signed in Russia to a 2 year deal. Rights retained

Unsigned Draft picks
Steve Fogarty (3rd round - 2011)
Michael St Croix (4th round - 2011)
Shane McColgan (5th round - 2011)
Sam Noreau (5th round - 2011)
Peter Ceresnak (6th round - 2011)

Brady Skjei (1st round - 2012)
Cristoval "Boo" Nieves (2nd round - 2012)
Calle Andersson (4th round - 2012)
Thomas Spelling (5th round - 2012)


LEFT NYR ORGANISATION

RFAs
Francis Bouchard - let go (a bad return for Kundratek - no?)
Chris Chappell - gone
Andreas Thuresson - left for Sweden and not qualified


Lee Baldwin - gone
Sam Klassen - gone


UFAs
Ruslan Fedotenko - gone (signed with Philadelphia)
Brandon Prust - gone (signed with Montreal)
John Mitchell - gone (signed with Colorado)

Sean Avery - on the catwalk - retires?
Andre Deaveaux - gone (signed with Florida)
JAM - gone - signed by Columbus
Randy McNaught - let go

Steve Eminger - most likely gone
Jeff Woywitka - gone (signed with St Louis)
John Scott - gone - signed with Buffalo

Brendan Bell - probably let go
Chad Johnson - gone - signed with Phoenix

We now have 20 players under contract on The Rangers. 2 of these are on the LTIR (Gaborik and Sauer) to start the season. Two of our RFAs qualified (MDZ and Stralman) and both will most likely be signed... Bringing the squad to 22 player with 2 on LTIR to start the year.
23 players are now signed minor league contracts - whereof two that have received qualifying offers (Wellman and Talbot) and are not formally signed yet. Not yet sure on the status of contracts to Brandon Segal, Kyle Jean, Sean Collins or Logan Pyatt.
One more player is signed to ELC (JT Miller) but he is still junior eligible, eventually letting that contract slide above 50 player limit. 2 players are also signed but loaned to European clubs (Fast and Lindberg) counting against the 50 player contract limit.
We have ( with RFAs) 22 contracts in the NHL, up to 23 contracts in the minor leagues and 2 loaned to Europe. Total of 47. Plus JT Miller. But not really sure all minor league contracts cout against the 50 contract limit.
We have some unsigned draft picks that probably will get ELC contracts sometime this year.
Still looking to pick up one player for NYR - but the pickings are slim. Maybe someone thought to be on the AHL roster takes this spot. Or a surprise camp invitee? Or, OmG, the speculated "upgrade trade"? Or maybe Redden gets his NYR roster space back instead of a compliance buyout - there is capspace for this
Time will tell...

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07-12-2012, 10:08 AM
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If they give amnesty buyouts and still allow teams to bury players like Redden in the minors, I definitely wouldn't use it on him (well unless, of course, we have to use it now and not be allowed to save it).
Well we don't have any other awful contracts, and Redden still has some impact on the summer cap. And the amnesty buyout would almost certainly be limited to contracts currently on the books, so there would be no incentive to hold onto it for later.

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