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06-27-2011, 04:04 PM
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RFA Clarification

Can anyone here just clarify the RFA situations for me please? Like now it's past 5pm ET, which means guys like S.Kostitsyn, J.Gorges etc are all UFA on July 1st right?? Can they're offers still be matched by their respective teams if they sign an offer sheet? Or are they flat out UFA's??

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s kost????????

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so D'Agostini and Sergei didn't receive offer

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To retain RFA's rights, all you have to do is offer a qualifying offer (QO) which is a 10% increase on their previous salary.

If you chose not to qualify them, then they become UFA's.

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June 27

Deadline for clubs to make qualifying offers to their restricted free agents. Qualifying offers must be received by this date. Players, however, cannot accept those Qualifying Offers officially until July 1. Players have until July 15th to accept their QO. Any impending RFA who does not receive a Qualifying Offer can become an unrestricted free agent if their Club also does not opt for Club-Elected arbitration.

June 28

Impending restricted free agents are free to open talks with any NHL team, including the team holding their rights. However, no official offers can be made, new contracts, offer sheets, etc, until July 1. (This does not apply to players with fewer than three years experience who have received a qualifying offer. In that case, the qualifying offer gives the Club exclusive negotiating rights to a player with less than three years pro experience.)

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06-27-2011, 04:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Pierre Dagenais View Post
To retain RFA's rights, all you have to do is offer a qualifying offer (QO) which is a 10% increase on their previous salary.

If you chose not to qualify them, then they become UFA's.
That's not entirely true. If said player is making more than 1M, the QO is 100% of his current salary AKA the same money.

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