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08-30-2012, 09:07 AM
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Penguins re-signs Tangradi, Bortuzzo and Grant to 1-year 2-way deals

http://penguins.nhl.com/club/news.ht...t-twt-penguins

Tangradi $726k
Bortuzzo $525k
Grant $525k

Strait was signed a while back, had forgotten about it, sorry


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Pens re-sign Eric Tangradi, Alex Grant and Robert Bortuzzo on one year deals.

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Penguins re-sign LW Eric Tangradi, D Robert Bortuzzo and D Alex Grant. All three were restricted free agents.

Tangradi, Bortuzzo and Grant deals all are two-ways. Tangradi would get $726,000 in NHL, while Bortuzzo and Grant would get $525,000
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Add Strait to the list.

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Glad that Tangradi has been re-signed. Not seen the others so can't comment.

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All have to go through waivers right?

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Very nice.

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Was strait not resigned a couple months ago?

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With the lockout looking possible you have to give Tangradi a two-way deal I suppose. Would have been nice to get him near league minimum on a 2 year one way deal.

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Good stuff. It was pretty much inevitable, but still nice to see.

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If the cap is lowered to 58-60 mil all these guys will get their shot with the big club this season. The only one that will pass through waivers is Grant. He needs more time in the AHL. That whole year lost to a broken wrist set him back a little but he looked good last season.

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Good deals all around.

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Realized first now that Strait has been signed for a while, he was just mentioned in the article, sorry

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Someone explain the "waivers as related to 1- or 2-way deals" rule again, people are bound to ask.

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Add Grant to the list. $525K, 2 way obviously.

http://penguins.nhl.com/club/news.ht...id=DL|PIT|home

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Someone explain the "waivers as related to 1- or 2-way deals" rule again, people are bound to ask.
they are completely unrelated. A 1-way deal always pays you the same money. A 2-way deal pays you different money depending what league you are playing in.

Here's a bit from Waivers 101.

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Depending on the age as determined above, a player is waiver eligible for a certain number of years from the year in which he signed his first contract.

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The other factor is games played. Once a player reaches the threshold (again based on the age at which they signed their first professional contract), they are eligible for waivers. The language of the CBA is very clear that while there are two distinct thresholds, this is an "earliest of" scenario. If a player reaches their games played mark before the reach the years mark (or vice versa), they become eligible for waivers.
http://www.pensionplanpuppets.com/20...ide-to-the-nhl

Basically its an age or years played thing similar to RFA and UFA status.


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You explained it better than I would've. Some people assume 2-way means you can be sent down and skip waivers but not the case. Easy mistake to make. Quiz next Tuesday.

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You explained it better than I would've. Some people assume 2-way means you can be sent down and skip waivers but not the case. Easy mistake to make. Quiz next Tuesday.
I blame EA Sports.

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Hot stuff. They all have something to prove this year, especially Tangradi.



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they are completely unrelated. A 1-way deal always pays you the same money. A 2-way deal pays you different money depending what league you are playing in.

Here's a bit from Waivers 101.



http://www.pensionplanpuppets.com/20...ide-to-the-nhl

Basically its an age or years played thing similar to RFA and UFA status.
And if the player is picked up off waivers by another team he must be on their NHL roster for, I believe, 30 days. If they try to send them back down after the 30 days then the original team has first options to pick them back up. Someone correct me if i'm wrong. If they get picked back up by the original team can that team then send them to the farm club? I believe this was the case when we picked Chris Bourque off waivers and Washington picked him back up. It's very unlikely that Strait, Tangrandi or Bortuzzo would make it through waivers unless they completely bombed in training camp. Grant should make it through with no problems.


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And if the player is picked up off waivers by another team he must be on their NHL roster for, I believe, 30 days. If they try to send them back down after the 30 days then the original team has first options to pick them back up. Someone correct me if i'm wrong. If they get picked back up by the original team can that team then send them to the farm club? I believe this was the case when we picked Chris Bourque off waivers.
Yes, if the original team re-claims the player, he can go to the AHL.

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with this i think you can tie the ribbon on Shero's off-season.

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with this i think you can tie the ribbon on Shero's off-season.
I think so. He won't be making any additions with the CBA talks leaning towards lowering the cap.

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