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08-14-2005, 11:14 AM
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A third string goalie

Well, it looks like the Panthers have no one in case of Luongo of McLennan goin down to injury. Travis Scott signed in Germany and now Patrick DesRochers has as well.

DesRochers signs try-out in Germany

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ah well, Luongo will just have to play all the games this year . Anyways if one of them goes down during the year, there are plenty of goalies available.

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I think we shoulda signed Jason Labarbera, too bad the Kings got him.

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If I'm not mistaken, I believe Travis Scott signed with Magnitogorsk Metallurg of Russia (unless he changed his mind and signed elsewhere?).

Actually this brings a question I was wondering. Is it true that the new rule is, any veteran making more than $75,000 in the AHL, has to clear waivers first, BOTH if they're being called up and/or sent down between the NHL and AHL???

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What happened to Shantz(sp?)?

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He's going to still be developing in the OHL with Mississauga.

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If I'm not mistaken, I believe Travis Scott signed with Magnitogorsk Metallurg of Russia (unless he changed his mind and signed elsewhere?).

Actually this brings a question I was wondering. Is it true that the new rule is, any veteran making more than $75,000 in the AHL, has to clear waivers first, BOTH if they're being called up and/or sent down between the NHL and AHL???
I know they count against the cap, but know nothing in regards to the new waiver rule, except there won't be a waiver draft.

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Too bad we don't have Chris Mason anymore.

Anyone have any idea of what goalie we're gonna sign? We've got to at least get 1 more before the 2006 season if we're gonna have our own AHL team.

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Here's an goalie list whats still out there on the goalie market. Tugnutt still around, as in I thought he had retired

01. Mike Dunham
02. Curtis Joseph
03. Brent Johnson
04. Jamie Storr
05. Steve Shields
06. Byron Dafoe
07. Felix Potvin
08. Ron Tugnutt
09. Zac Bierk
10. Artus Irbe
11. Frederic Cassivi
12. Sebastien Centomo
13. Joey MacDonald
14. Seamus Kotyk
15. Jm Pelletier
16. Daniel Boisclair
17. Mathieu Chouinard
18. Tom Askey
19. Rob Zepp
20. Matt Underhill
21. Justin Eddy
22. Eddy Ferhi

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Here's an goalie list whats still out there on the goalie market. Tugnutt still around, as in I thought he had retired

01. Mike Dunham
02. Curtis Joseph
03. Brent Johnson
04. Jamie Storr
05. Steve Shields
06. Byron Dafoe
07. Felix Potvin
08. Ron Tugnutt
09. Zac Bierk
10. Artus Irbe
11. Frederic Cassivi
12. Sebastien Centomo
13. Joey MacDonald
14. Seamus Kotyk
15. Jm Pelletier
16. Daniel Boisclair
17. Mathieu Chouinard
18. Tom Askey
19. Rob Zepp
20. Matt Underhill
21. Justin Eddy
22. Eddy Ferhi
I'd go after Centomo, Bierk, Kotyk or Chouinard as a guy for the minors/emergency.

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Here's an goalie list whats still out there on the goalie market. Tugnutt still around, as in I thought he had retired

01. Mike Dunham
02. Curtis Joseph
03. Brent Johnson
04. Jamie Storr
05. Steve Shields
06. Byron Dafoe
07. Felix Potvin
08. Ron Tugnutt
09. Zac Bierk
10. Artus Irbe
11. Frederic Cassivi
12. Sebastien Centomo
13. Joey MacDonald
14. Seamus Kotyk
15. Jm Pelletier
16. Daniel Boisclair
17. Mathieu Chouinard
18. Tom Askey
19. Rob Zepp
20. Matt Underhill
21. Justin Eddy
22. Eddy Ferhi
Robb Zepp or Mathieu Chouinard

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08-14-2005, 06:06 PM
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Robb Zepp or Mathieu Chouinard
I'd even add Frederic Cassivi to that list he has NHL experence with the Thrashers I believe...

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I'd say Storr, Bierk or Pelletier.

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08-14-2005, 08:16 PM
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Some of those players are restricted free agents. A better list is one of UFA goalies. Might make one when I get back from the store and watchin Miracle on Encore.

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Some of those players are restricted free agents. A better list is one of UFA goalies. Might make one when I get back from the store and watchin Miracle on Encore.
First good movie, second the UFA Thread on top has them all.

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Pelletier sounds like a decent option..

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Why would we pick up a 3rd string goalie now? Where would he play?

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Why would we pick up a 3rd string goalie now? Where would he play?
The ECHL?

What a situation...but still something needed. Goalies are facing forwards with more room to build up speed and liberalized rules (as of a couple seasons ago) regarding crashing the crease...injuries are a realistic possibility.

But, as Heimy said...where would he play? Would we waste a roster spot carrying three goalies?

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Bouw (which I'll always call you), there is no differentation between restricted free agents and unrestricted.

As for where a goalie would play, if Florida does affiliate with Toronto and Chicago, as has been rumored, with both main affiliates lookin to move their top goaltenders from the AHL up to the parent club, neither has a top prospect lookin to be groomed for big time duty at their AHL affiliates. Panthers sign a solid back-up, much like with a proven AHL Scott or Mason in the past, odds are that goalie would be used first, especially with the Marlies.

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Bouw (which I'll always call you), there is no differentation between restricted free agents and unrestricted.

As for where a goalie would play, if Florida does affiliate with Toronto and Chicago, as has been rumored, with both main affiliates lookin to move their top goaltenders from the AHL up to the parent club, neither has a top prospect lookin to be groomed for big time duty at their AHL affiliates. Panthers sign a solid back-up, much like with a proven AHL Scott or Mason in the past, odds are that goalie would be used first, especially with the Marlies.
Thats cool Clash, Bouw is the original and you gotta stay with it, and I have a question let's say Horton and Stewart don't make the team or spend time in the AHL, they would go to Toronto? If so I could catch some of there games.

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Thats cool Clash, Bouw is the original and you gotta stay with it, and I have a question let's say Horton and Stewart don't make the team or spend time in the AHL, they would go to Toronto? If so I could catch some of there games.
If the Panthers sign the Marlies as an affiliate, then yes.

BTW, over on the AHL2 forums, there was a rumor posted, in regards to a future Panthers' affiiate in Orlando, that there also may be somoene coming to Jacksonville. Just a FYI.

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If the Panthers sign the Marlies as an affiliate, then yes.

BTW, over on the AHL2 forums, there was a rumor posted, in regards to a future Panthers' affiiate in Orlando, that there also may be somoene coming to Jacksonville. Just a FYI.
If they sign the Marlies that would be great for me, make my Dad drive us out there for a couple of games.

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Thats cool Clash, Bouw is the original and you gotta stay with it, and I have a question let's say Horton and Stewart don't make the team or spend time in the AHL, they would go to Toronto? If so I could catch some of there games.
I was hoping you'd stay with Easter Bunny

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I was hoping you'd stay with Easter Bunny
It's there at heart Clash I was talking about the Free Agent Thread we have stickied not the list that Mogo posted. sry about that.

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