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If the NHL and NHLPA come to an agreement which AHL players are leaving your team?

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12-08-2004, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Blueshirt13
Definite:
Lundmark
Balej
Ortmeyer
Betts
Tyutin who just left
Kondratiev who just left

Possible: (probably 1 defenseman, 2-3 forwards):
Wiseman
Giroux
Murray
Moore
Lampman
Pock
Considering we have 4 forwards (including Lundmark) on our NHL roster, 5 if Strudwick plays wing, 7 or 8 spots are up for grabs. I wouldn't be surprised if Sather signed a UFA forward or two, though.

Ortmeyer, Betts (if healthy), and Balej should be locks. Moore, Wiseman, Giroux, and Murray are possibilities for the remaining openings.

Tyutin is a lock for the defense. Lampman should get serious consideration for the 6th spot. I don't know if Kondratiev would come back from Russia, if he does I don't think he's a lock.

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12-08-2004, 03:26 PM
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I believe it would be a two way still. He deserves a shot in NHL as well which is another reason why I left Brown off. Since Brown is so young, I would think that as a "fringe" player they would let the older guys go up first. last year having Brown is LA in my opinion was a mistake. He got a taste of the NHL but other than that he didnt really accomplish anything other ice time, spraining his ankle, and being shown naked in the background of a Derek Armstrong interview at lakings.com
He signed a lockout deal with Manchester, and if the lockout ends he will sign a one-way deal with L.A. Or atleast thats the way I've always understood the deal.

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12-08-2004, 03:30 PM
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He signed a lockout deal with Manchester, and if the lockout ends he will sign a one-way deal with L.A. Or atleast thats the way I've always understood the deal.
If that is the case, that is just one less spot available to Brown.

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12-08-2004, 05:31 PM
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for the Penguins:

Fleury
Abid
Scuderi

Maybe:

Endicott
Ouellet
Beech
Surovy

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12-08-2004, 05:45 PM
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Albany is all maybe...

Probable: Hale, McAmmond
Possible: Rheaume, Parise, Suglobov, Voros

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12-08-2004, 05:52 PM
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My guesses for Lowell are as follows:

To Carolina- Eric Staal, Mike Zigomanis, Ryan Bayda, Allan Rourke, Bruno St. Jacques, Cam Ward

To Calgary- Chuck Kobasew, Mike Commodore, Lynn Loyns

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12-08-2004, 06:11 PM
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If that is the case, that is just one less spot available to Brown.
For sure:
Mathieu Garon
Tim Gleason
Michael Cammalleri
Tom Kostopolous

Possible:
Dustin Brown
Yanick Lehoux
Denis Grebeshkov

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12-08-2004, 06:59 PM
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For sure: Jason Spezza, Anton Volchenkov, Brian Pothier and Antoine Vermette.

Maybe: Josh Langfeld, Ray Emery, Brandon Bochenski, Chrish Kelly, Denis Hamel, Jesse Fibiger or Platil.

Ottawa is obviously a hard team to crack. They've got room for one if any of these maybe players but I put 'em up there anyway in case of injuries or trades that might occur.

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12-08-2004, 07:13 PM
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cammalleri is not a for sure pull up. i would be surprised if they didn't leave him in manchester

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For Hamilton

Definately:
Jason Ward
Mike Komisarek

Maybe:
Tomas Plekanec
Chris Higgins
Ron Hainsey

I know Komi hasn't technically played yet because he's injured but he is on the roster.

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12-08-2004, 08:04 PM
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For Hamilton

Definately:
Jason Ward
Mike Komisarek

Maybe:
Tomas Plekanec
Chris Higgins
Ron Hainsey

I know Komi hasn't technically played yet because he's injured but he is on the roster.
Add to Dallas
Steve Ott
please take Trevor Daley
and possible Dan Ellis

but most importantly
Doug Jarvis becomes a Montreal assistant.

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12-08-2004, 09:34 PM
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Houston Aeros to Wild:

Forwards:
P.M. Bouchard
Mikko Koivu
Rickard Wallin

Defensemen:
Brent Burns
Zbynek Michalek

Tweeners:
Kyle Wanvig, Stephane Veilleux, Ray Giroux

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12-10-2004, 02:40 PM
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For the Phantoms:

Pitkanen is the only one for sure. Patrick Sharp and Dennis Seidenberg both have a strong shot at being called up. Nitymakki and Umberger could be called up, but probably only in case of injury.

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12-10-2004, 03:25 PM
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Pitkanen is the only one for sure. Patrick Sharp and Dennis Seidenberg both have a strong shot at being called up. Nitymakki and Umberger could be called up, but probably only in case of injury.
Mojo,

I don't agree with you regarding Niittymaki. I believe that his stellar play this season will give him a shot to win the job in Philly, especially since Esche hasn't been playing. Personally, I would like to see what he can do at the NHL level. I was very impressed with the 3 games that he played last season for the Flyers.

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12-10-2004, 03:26 PM
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For the Coyotes, I would expect Sjostrom, Taffe and LeNeveu to make the Coyotes roster. Westrum has an outside shot as well.

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12-10-2004, 03:51 PM
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How can you not include:

G - Mathieu Garon

W - Dustin Brown
I agree, Cammy,Lehoux,Gleason,Brown and Garon will all be in LA when the resolution is reached. As far as teams losing the most, Hartford also has allot to lose as well.

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12-10-2004, 03:52 PM
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Pitkanen is the only one for sure. Patrick Sharp and Dennis Seidenberg both have a strong shot at being called up. Nitymakki and Umberger could be called up, but probably only in case of injury.
unless someone is traded or there are injuries i dont see Umberger getting called up. i dont think they would call him up for 4th line minutes when he get can get top line minutes across the street.

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12-10-2004, 05:06 PM
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Sejna, Glumac, DiSalvatore will probably get the call up. Means more ice time for Shkotov

I would add two more names to the list.

1. Sejna - for sure
2. Blake Evans - Solid roll player, 4th liner w/ some small scoring ability Legit shot to stay as a 4th liner
3. Mike Glumac - He will get his cup of coffee, but will need to impress to stay (2 ways) - more of an IR call up
4. Jon DiSalvatore - See Glumac
5. Jay McClement - IR call up w/ Sillinger as the 3rd C already
6. John Pohl - only called up if Injury occurs to McClement
7. Mike Stuart - Saw sime time last year, would expect should he continue to come back from the injury, him to be an IR call up.
8. Trevor Byrne - See Stuart

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12-10-2004, 05:28 PM
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For the Coyotes, I would expect Sjostrom, Taffe and LeNeveu to make the Coyotes roster. Westrum has an outside shot as well.
I'd be very surprised to see LeNeveu. The Coyotes have Boucher and Johnson and would be better off letting him continue to mature in the AHL. The three skaters have a shot but as it stands the Coyotes are going to have to send DOWN someone if it is a 23 man roster and Taffe, Sjostrom and Westrum have not exactly excelled so far. IMO they'd go up when there is an injury. Good thing for Utah - they cant afford to lose anyone.

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12-10-2004, 05:30 PM
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Rochester:
Derek Roy
Jeff Jillson

That's likely it aside from injuries. Ryan Miller will likely stay in the AHL because he won't have a camp to win a spot out of like he did last year.

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12-10-2004, 05:37 PM
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12-10-2004, 06:27 PM
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For the Flyers:

Locks

Pitkanen & Sharp

Probable
Seidenberg
Niittymaki - as long as they buyout the contract of Sean Burke, which they said is their intention

Possible
Umberger - would likely be more of a late season move, or injury call-up.

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He signed a lockout deal with Manchester, and if the lockout ends he will sign a one-way deal with L.A. Or atleast thats the way I've always understood the deal.
Brown's only a second year player, he's still on his rookie contract which is two-way. He didn't sign a lockout deal and he doesn't need to sign with LA when the lockout ends.

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12-10-2004, 07:37 PM
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Brown's only a second year player, he's still on his rookie contract which is two-way. He didn't sign a lockout deal and he doesn't need to sign with LA when the lockout ends.

I think he was referring to Kostopolous not Brown.

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12-10-2004, 07:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Chaos
Hamilton will lose Daley, Ott, and Ellis to the Stars. Houston might lose Erskine.
how about Miettinen?

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