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03-02-2013, 04:40 PM
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How do the rules work with respect to conditioning stints and waivers?

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How do the rules work with respect to conditioning stints and waivers?
No waivers and max 14 days.

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pateryn scores again? da ****?

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Bournival also scored.

Beaulieu not playing tonight, anyone know why? Injured? Surely he wasn't healthy scratched.

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No waivers and max 14 days.
So why don't they send every player with a long-term injury on a conditioning stint? It seems like a good idea.

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Bournival also scored.

Beaulieu not playing tonight, anyone know why? Injured? Surely he wasn't healthy scratched.
Day-to-day with an upper body injury.

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So why don't they send every player with a long-term injury on a conditioning stint? It seems like a good idea.
Because most players are useful and there's no limit problem with that player.

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Beaulieu not playing tonight, anyone know why? Injured? Surely he wasn't healthy scratched.
He was slashed on the hand, wrist or forearm yesterday.

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So why don't they send every player with a long-term injury on a conditioning stint? It seems like a good idea.
One of the probable reason it doesn't happen is that the consent of the player is needed.

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03-02-2013, 09:19 PM
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Shutout Tokarski.

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Hamilton is playing better lately.

However, with 50 points in 55 games, we most likely won't get to see a Bulldogs playoff run, which is too bad.

Assuming it works like in the NHL, they would need ~42 points in the remaining 27 games to have 92 points in 82 games... unlikely.

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76 games in the AHL this season. 21 games remaining for Dogs.

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76 games in the AHL this season. 21 games remaining for Dogs.
The dogs will need to get real lucky and have some help knocking out a couple of the teams ahead of them.

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03-03-2013, 10:58 AM
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Tokarski seems more and more like a good acquisition.

Would not be surprised to see him as Price's backup next season.

Pateryn might be the D-Man we will see first in a Habs jersey. He's got size, a bit older than the others. That would put some sugar on the Grabovski deal.

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The dogs will need to get real lucky and have some help knocking out a couple of the teams ahead of them.
At least, they are playing better now. Which is normal for such a young team, and also normal since most of the other teams lost their best players to the NHL since the end of the lockout.

Looking forward to see Pateryn, Tinordi, Beaulieu, St-Denis, Dumont, Bournival, Leblanc, Tokarski ,... after their season is over and they are invited to finish the year in Montreal (during playoffs)

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It will be interesting to see how the team is going to perform without Dumont, let's hope Leblanc comes back and give a good finish to the season.
They actually played very well despite not having their top scorer and top scoring defensemen. Tokarski had a good game as did Pateryn.

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Tokarski seems more and more like a good acquisition.

Would not be surprised to see him as Price's backup next season.

Pateryn might be the D-Man we will see first in a Habs jersey. He's got size, a bit older than the others. That would put some sugar on the Grabovski deal.
I'd be surprised to see Tokarski as the full time backup despite him having to clear waivers to play in the AHL next year. I'm not sure they would go with someone that has so little experience in the NHL without having a better plan in place. But perhaps he can steal the job if an injury happens to Price's backup.

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I'd be surprised to see Tokarski as the full time backup despite him having to clear waivers to play in the AHL next year.
Unless I'm reading capgeek's waiver calculator wrong, he's exempt for next season.

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They actually played very well despite not having their top scorer and top scoring defensemen. Tokarski had a good game as did Pateryn.



I'd be surprised to see Tokarski as the full time backup despite him having to clear waivers to play in the AHL next year. I'm not sure they would go with someone that has so little experience in the NHL without having a better plan in place. But perhaps he can steal the job if an injury happens to Price's backup.
With Price clearly #1 and backup playing few games, is that not how it should work, give the ahl goalie backup position, so they get comfortable, learn the ropes and GET the experience -practicing regularly with the big club has to be beneficial for experience & confidence. otherwise how do they ever get experienced?

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Unless I'm reading capgeek's waiver calculator wrong, he's exempt for next season.
Maybe you just didn't fill the fields correctly.

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Why would he need waiving if he starts the season in Hamilton on a 2-way?

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Tokarski seems more and more like a good acquisition.

Would not be surprised to see him as Price's backup next season.

Pateryn might be the D-Man we will see first in a Habs jersey. He's got size, a bit older than the others. That would put some sugar on the Grabovski deal.
Very possible. Gives Tinordi another year to develop.

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Why would he need waiving if he starts the season in Hamilton on a 2-way?
Because you can't start the season in Hamilton. 2-way deals have nothing to do with waivers.

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So it does seem we were right to let Fortier walk in the first time....

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Unless I'm reading capgeek's waiver calculator wrong, he's exempt for next season.
No, he should be waiver exempt next year.

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Maybe you just didn't fill the fields correctly.
It depends what is considered the first year of his NHL contract when it comes to waivers. He played in the minors in 2009-10 as he turned 20 on September 16th, so his contract ''slid'' that season.

If 2010-11 is considered as the 1st year of his NHL deal for waiver purposes, he's exempt for next season.

Either way, I don't think Tokarski is all that likely to be claimed.

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No, he should be waiver exempt next year.
Your reply is confusing.

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It depends what is considered the first year of his NHL contract when it comes to waivers. He played in the minors in 2009-10 as he turned 20 on September 16th, so his contract ''slid'' that season.

If 2010-11 is considered as the 1st year of his NHL deal for waiver purposes, he's exempt for next season.
Waivers don't use the Sept. 15 age cutoff except for 18 yo, since they can't even have been drafted or signed at 18 if born after Sept. 15.

He was 20 for 2009-10 and not 19, got 4 years exemption and not 5.

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