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May 30, 2017
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>FullSend</b></div><div>I’m not seeing anywhere in the rules that a season ending injury negates an NMC, he literally hold the keys by waiving.
“Players with potential CAREER-ENDING injuries who have missed the previous 60+ consecutive games due to an injury, do not meet the criteria set forth by the league in respect to the minimum exposure requirements for players, and in certain cases these players may even be deemed as exempt from the Expansion Draft selection process.”
You have to pray that the NHL deems Johnson’s injury as potentially career ending if there’s somehow a way to actually allow his NMC to be a non factor. I feel like it would be apparent in the expansion draft rules as well and it’s nowhere to be seen but whatever
Klefbom is in the same exact spot without the NMC, we might have to protect him if the NHL decision is he shouldn’t be exempt</div></div>
If you're the avs, would you rather have 1 of compher/graves beaucage and your 1st with a 2mill dollar buyout for Johnson... or johnson who is injured more than not anyway
Avs buyout johnson if he doesnt waive.. protect makar, girard, toews, still have timmins, byram, barron, and either Macdonald or graves...
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Wqrrior</b></div><div>three?
I try not to be optimistic about Jakes value, but Bennet's deal this TDL kinda changed that. I don't expect him to be quite as valuable, but the same reasons for value exist. Colorado might not be a fit, but the target of the value is more pertaining to the expansion draft.
If these two are going to be exposed likely anyways, then I made the assumption that its better to sell them off for assets rather than outright losing them or paying to keep them. Compher makes more money than he is worth (I struggle to believe that he would pull a 2nd -- he had a rough start, though I have seen he has started to turn it around a bit), and Graves isn't quite what he was last year.
That's not to say they are valueless or I wouldn't propose this in the first place. Idea is simply to give value towards what is likely lost anyways. If there's no value, then I learn from it and walk away. Whole purpose of this website is to throw something out there and see if it will stick. I don't think anything ever really sticks, but at least there's the ability to bring it as close as reasonably viable. No fit, no problem.</div></div>
Yes 3, because after this trade is done seattle still gets to take a guy for free..
Btw two established NHL players for a 2nd and a project makes no sense to a contender.
If seattle picks graves then that's okay you can replace him within the system.. they pick compher or donskoi then again you replace him within the system.. you lose all 3 it's a major setback