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Qualifying Offers (Lundin, Lepisto, Stralman, Carcillo, Tyler Kennedy not qualified)

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06-30-2011, 01:58 AM
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I read earlier that Shirokov was qualified...

http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/news?slug=vansun-ca-5019890

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According to Gillis, shifty Russian forward Sergei Shirokov(notes) did receive a qualifying offer from the club while former Vancouver Giants centre Mario Bliznak(notes) did not. Bliznak is expected to play in Europe next season Minor-league defenceman Lee Sweatt(notes) also did not receive a qualifying offer

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06-30-2011, 02:52 AM
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I don't get it. Any explanation why Tyler Kennedy did not get a QO?

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06-30-2011, 02:54 AM
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What the heck? Why are so many good players not being qualified? Was it like this last year too?

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06-30-2011, 09:15 AM
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why was lepisto not qualified

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Jimmy Murphy
Bodnarchuk, Chaput and Marchand only RFA's qualified by Bruins.

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I don't get it. Any explanation why Tyler Kennedy did not get a QO?
Because Shero didn't wanna take the chance of going to arbitration with Kennedy and losing in august when all the FA are signed. If Kennedy is awarded too high of a contract, Shero will walk away with there not being anyone to replace Kennedy left. So, if he can't sign him now he has options to replace him.

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I think ur missing Hannu Toivonen (Chicago)
Capgeek has him as a RFA and he signed with Malmo in Sweden

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07-02-2011, 12:04 AM
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To put this thread to bed, the following players were not qualified and are now UFAs according to the NHL (Well except Nick Drazenovic, who already signed elsewhere).

CHI: Evan Brophey, Mathis Olimb (Signed in Europe)
COL: Harrison Reed, Ray Macias, Tom Fritsche
DAL: Sean Backman, Guillaume Monast
DET: Jordan Owens
EDM: Jordan Bendfeld, Matt Marquardt, Kevin Montgomery, Bryan Pitton
FLO: Brady Calla, James DeLory, T.J. Fast, Jordan Knackstedt, Jeff LoVecchio
NYI: Robin Figren
NYR: Tysen Dowzak, Matt McCue
PHI: Garrett Klotz, Brian Stewart
PHO: Joel Gistedt, Josh Lunden, Jeff May
PIT: Joey Haddad
STL: Nick Drazenovic
VAN: MacGregor Sharp
WPG: Andrew Kozek, Ian McKenzie

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What's happening with the situation in Nashville ??? I saw on their website that they have qualified Kostitsyn, Halischuk, O'reilly, Spaling, Klassen, Thuresson and Mueller on TIME !!!!

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Preds Extend Qualifying Offers to SevenTuesday, 06.28.2011 / 6:31 PM / News The Nashville Predators have extended qualifying offers to seven forwards -- Matt Halischuk, Linus Klasen, Sergei Kostitsyn, Chris Mueller, Cal O'Reilly, Nick Spaling and Andreas Thuresson. In doing so the Preds retain a right of first refusal should any of the seven agree to terms with another NHL team.

Kostitsyn and O'Reilly spent the entire season with the NHL squad with Kostitsyn leading the team in goals (23) and tying for the team lead in points (50). O'Reilly was among the team's leaders in points when he suffered a season-ending leg injury in early January.

Spaling was recalled from Milwaukee on October 18 and became a regular in the lineup the remainder of the season, scoring one of the biggest goals in franchise history -- the series-clinching goal in Game Six of Nashville's first round win over the Anaheim Ducks. Halischuk, Spaling's former junior hockey teammate, split the season between the AHL and NHL, scoring four goals and 12 points in 27 games with the Preds and then netting the overtime winner in Game Two of the second round series at Vancouver.

Klasen, Mueller and Thuresson all saw action for both Milwaukee and Nashville over the course of the season, providing key organizational depth.

In similar news, the Predators filed team elected arbitration with defenseman Shea Weber, meaning that Nashville not only retains Weber's rights but also prevents any other team from extending him an offer. The Preds will continue to negotiate with Weber, but if no deal is worked out, the arbitration date will serve as a fall back to ensure that Weber has a deal well in advance of Training Camp.


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What's happening with the situation in Nashville ???
Nashville contends they qualified their players on time, the NHLPA disagrees. July 8th (I think) an arbitrator will review the case and make a ruling about whether or not
-Linus Klasen
-Sergei Kostitsyn
-Chris Mueller
-Cal O'Reilly
-Nick Spaling
-Andreas Thuresson (since traded to the Rangers)

will still be RFAs or become UFAs.

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The Lombardi/Fransen trade suggest to me that Poile and the Preds think it might be ruled in favor of the RFAs. Or at least they're preparing for that possibility before time.

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