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01-17-2009, 12:30 PM
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This is an awesomely hilarious move. I doubt we get Weight or Comrie :p Way to go Howson.
We'll still trade you Antropov.

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When Garth Snow called dubie to tell him about columbus he taught he was joking with him.
I bet he did, lol.

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The Ottawa Senators are a team of conflict resolution.

We offer the New York Islanders Martin Gerber free of charge to be your starter for the rest of the year.

It's a win-win for everyone. The New York Islanders get a starter who's contract expires at year's end, the Ottawa Senators get his money off the books, and Gerber gets a chance to potentially earn another contract next year with someone.

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Howson: "I need a backup Garth"

Garth: "Just claim Dubi"

Howson: "Umm I figured that would make you mad."

Garth: "No not at all. We'll lose some more games and it won't be my fault. I want to tank it bad."

Howson: "Yea, you do need to tank."

Garth: "Just do it, we're cool."
Another Islanders tanking joke? How original.

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It's different because of how it screws over the Islanders. Normally, a player going through waivers is a guy the team doesn't really care about. This time, it was a guy the Islanders hoped would start for them but had to clear because he played in Europe, and basically puts them back at square one with AHL goalies.

No one really cares that the player was claimed, it's all about the predicament the Islanders thought they were getting out of, but, alas, aren't.
Did you ever think for two seconds that maybe the jackets tried to sign Dubi first, but the NYI had pulled a fast one on them?

You just don't know do you?

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01-17-2009, 12:31 PM
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When I think of all the teams that Columbus can really intentionally put the screws to, it's the freakin' Islanders.

Do you people listen to yourselves when you talk?

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Could you image what these thread would look like if it was the rangers that claimed him

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01-17-2009, 12:32 PM
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Could you image what these thread would look like if it was the rangers that claimed him
Even more so hilarious.

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Actually it's not.

Players playing in the AHL have to pass through waivers to come to the NHL, so should players playing in Europe. If they didn't teams would just send all their players over to Europe to play so they didn't have to go through waivers when called back up.
The part I don't like about the rule is that Dubielewicz had been bought out by his KHL team. Therefore, he should be a free agent across the board, just like if somebody releases an NHLer right now.

I get the part that when the season starts and you're overseas and you belong to a team, you should be subject to waivers. But when you've been bought out by your team in Europe, I think you should be allowed to choose your team.

So I guess this means Jagr won't clear waivers, either huh?

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The Pens did it with Steve Webb in 03-04 as well. Signed by the Flyers, claimed by the Pens, sent down by the Pens, claimed by the Isles.
Wasn't he an Islander before that?

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Oh my....

I'm sorry but I just can't help but laugh. If Peter Mannino is forced to see the ice at any time...
He will not only see ice time but right now he is their 1A costarter!

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Could you image what these thread would look like if it was the rangers that claimed him
They already have a (better) former Islanders goalie as their back-up.

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Can someone explain to me how this is any different than any other player going through waivers? Seriously, quit the whining. The player went through waivers. A team chose to claim him. Move on.
Because it is a goalie? A team needs a healthy goaltender and this was one who was just signed (expected to start tonight) on emergency basis since both DiPietro and MacDondald are injured. I think the situation and circumstances are different than players like Steve Webb getting signed end claimed.

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Seriously, I feel bad for Dubie. I mean he would've gone to the Isles and got solid playing time as their #1 (likely for the rest of the season with RD's history) but instead he gets claimed by a team that has solid goaltending. Either they trade Leclaire and he gets to sit on the bench or he's in the minors. I just feel bad for the guy, he was gonna get another shot in the NHL and the BJs rip that away from him (barring no bizarre turn of events)!

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Did you ever think for two seconds that maybe the jackets tried to sign Dubi first, but the NYI had pulled a fast one on them?

You just don't know do you?
Pulled a fast one how? By being located in a place where Dubielewicz has roots and where his family is? Those sneaky ********!

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Seriously, I feel bad for Dubie. I mean he would've gone to the Isles and got solid playing time as their #1 (likely for the rest of the season with RD's history) but instead he gets claimed by a team that has solid goaltending. Either they trade Leclaire and he gets to sit on the bench or he's in the minors. I just feel bad for the guy, he was gonna get another shot in the NHL and the BJs rip that away from him (barring no bizarre turn of events)!
He'll never be in the minors. He'll be the CBJ backup and then if Leclaire happens to be able to come back, we'll waive him and the Islanders will claim him.

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Good thing I didn't drop MacDonald for Dubie on my fantasy team.
You must be in the deepest fantasy league ever.

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It's different because of how it screws over the Islanders. Normally, a player going through waivers is a guy the team doesn't really care about. This time, it was a guy the Islanders hoped would start for them but had to clear because he played in Europe, and basically puts them back at square one with AHL goalies.

No one really cares that the player was claimed, it's all about the predicament the Islanders thought they were getting out of, but, alas, aren't.
Jackets aren't trying to screw over the Islanders, they are trying to earn a spot in the playoffs. It isn't personal, it is business. It sucks that the NYI's are in the state that they are in, but if they are down to Macdonald and some 4th string guy, perhaps they should have been proactive beforehand. Heck, Noreena was on waivers not long ago.

NYI fans need to spare everyone with the whining and the 'woe is me' garbage. If the shoe was on the other foot, they would have done the exact same thing, and if they didn't for the sake of 'not screwing another team over' then they don't have their franchise's best interest at the forefront.

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Oh my....

I'm sorry but I just can't help but laugh. If Peter Mannino is forced to see the ice at any time...
His 10 minutes or so of hell in net in Boston the day after Thanksgiving will be forever etched in NYI infamy.

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Not until he has to decide whether to add David Oliver or Todd Harvey.

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We'll take the 1st round pick for Sanford.

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Did you ever think for two seconds that maybe the jackets tried to sign Dubi first, but the NYI had pulled a fast one on them?

You just don't know do you?
How does that change the fact that it still screws over the Islanders? Whether they deserved it or not (and quite frankly, considering the history between Dubi and the Isles, and his reaction to being picked, I don't think the Blue Jackets were trying to sign him and NYI just "beat" them to it), it still forces the Islanders to not have an NHL-goalie on the roster. And that is quite note-worthy, and makes it "different", and worthy of discussion.

If Sanford had been picked up by any other team, no one would care, because no one is going to be like "OMG Manitoba is screwed...", but the end result here is that a goaltending situation the Islanders thought they had resolved, is all of a sudden still unresolved. And that is indeed worthy of discussion.

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I think it's a pretty dumb rule. It should be taken out of the next CBA.
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It's no different then any players not on an entry level contract in the AHL. If you play in a different professional league you need to pass through waivers before returning to the NHL. If you take it out for international leagues you also need too for the AHL which would then eliminate waivers entirely and would cost a lot of players money which the NHLPA would never want.
Except in the case of an injury, I think teams are usually exempt from the waiver rule when calling up players who would otherwise be subject to waivers. Or is that just re-entry waivers.

New Jersey brought up Clemmensen this year when Brodeur was injured without having him to have to clear waivers.

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Seriously, I feel bad for Dubie. I mean he would've gone to the Isles and got solid playing time as their #1 (likely for the rest of the season with RD's history) but instead he gets claimed by a team that has solid goaltending. Either they trade Leclaire and he gets to sit on the bench or he's in the minors. I just feel bad for the guy, he was gonna get another shot in the NHL and the BJs rip that away from him (barring no bizarre turn of events)!
Yeah, that would suck to go from a starting job on a team going to finish last to a team that has a load of energy and might see their first ever playoff birth. He would get to be a part of that.

Initially he likely IS shocked, but if he is a pro, he will get over it.

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He'll never be in the minors. He'll be the CBJ backup and then if Leclaire happens to be able to come back, we'll waive him and the Islanders will claim him.
Seriously? I can't tell if you're exaggerating slightly... but has Leclaire's stock dropped that much that you're willing to waive him?! I still think he has starter potential... a lot more than some of the other often-injured ex-top prospects goalies that are on and off the IR.

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This Columbus team....I tell ya....They're going to be good. Wade as a backup and Leclaire going in a trade possibly for some MORE offense? I'm scared.

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