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Question: can a player on LTIR be traded?

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06-24-2012, 10:36 AM
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Question: can a player on LTIR be traded?

As asked in title...appreciate responses...I think no, but can I get an officailanswer?

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Yes.

There are no restrictions in the CBA on trading players on LTIR.

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Yes.

There are no restrictions in the CBA on trading players on LTIR.
OK thanks.

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I think the risk involved is a restriction on itself. I don't any team giving something for i.e. Savard.

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Could be a useful tool for a team trying to hit capfloor.

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Could be a useful tool for a team trying to hit capfloor.
But unlike a cap hit ala Tim Thomas, there is actual salary that has to be paid.

Definitely a financial expenditure with no (on ice) production resulting.

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But unlike a cap hit ala Tim Thomas, there is actual salary that has to be paid.

Definitely a financial expenditure with no (on ice) production resulting.
Yea, but depending on the contract structure the team could be trading for a injured player that has a high cap hit, but lower actual salary.

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