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Old 04-23-2013, 01:57 PM
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Doesn't Aulie have to pass through waivers to be sent down?
What I was told is he must clear waivers and will remain here.
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Old 04-23-2013, 02:17 PM
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Yes, Aulie must clear waivers to go to Syracuse. I'm not even sure he was on the Syracuse clear day roster.

You don't want to send good players through waivers this time of the year. Without a roster size limit, a team can claim without having to make room for him, and then you've lost him for nothing because he'd play out the season with other team and then they'd just qualifying him in June and own his rights.
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Signed to an NHL contract for remainder of season. That means Gudas is headed to Syracuse for the playoffs.
With the nice year that he had, do you think, assuming he isn't claimed of course, that he could play in the organization in NA next year???
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No, there's no NHL roster size limit after the trade deadline. However, it does cost something like $75k to make a waiver claim paid to the NHL front office, so that may be deterrant enough including having to pay Roy's salary (which depends on what kind of contract TBL signed him to).
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With the nice year that he had, do you think, assuming he isn't claimed of course, that he could play in the organization in NA next year???
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:37 PM
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There's no such thing as a Clear Day Roster anymore. That was done away with in the new CBA. You now have to submit a Playoff Roster at 3 pm the day after the end of the AHL regular season. I didn't see it posted online.

The question I have is if the Lightning's season is over, does Aulie still have to go through waivers? The same issue will apply potentially to Tyrell and Labrie, although I believe they've already passed through waivers this year.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:51 PM
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The question I have is if the Lightning's season is over, does Aulie still have to go through waivers? The same issue will apply potentially to Tyrell and Labrie, although I believe they've already passed through waivers this year.
Why wouldn't he have to pass waivers? Otherwise, what keeps the Lightning from sending MSL, VL4, and/or Stammer to Syracuse? (Well... other than NMC's, but you get my argument)
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:56 PM
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I would think said players would have to have played a certain number of AHL regular season games to be eligible. Lecavalier and St. Louis haven't. Aulie did.
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Don't know how accurate this source is:

http://pppshow.net/2013/04/04/clarit...r-eligibility/

Another one that attempts to explain it:

http://citizensvoice.com/sports/tang...offs-1.1112703
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