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Oh my gosh, guys,guys.... I know what’s going on. No one is saying anything on purpose, not even the media then boom Tryamkin shows up in pregame skate, the crowd goes wild. It’s gonna happen or the league is against us!

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2 hours ago, HockeyHarry said:

Its a wait and see.

 

i dont get the bashers, they really got to get help with mental health depression issues.

It is because some posters on here seem to think they know more than some people that follow hockey for a living.

 

I would be fine if Tryamkin can play, but knowledgeable people say he can't. The only ones that say he can are just internet posters.

 

I will put my money on the not-posters lol.  

 

But if I am wrong, it really doesn't matter. We possibly get another 3rd pairing D for a couple games. We may not even make the play offs. I hope we do.

 

This thread has been like the idiots hoarding toilet paper. Just a bunch of nothing.....

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9 minutes ago, Chronic.Canucks.Fan said:

Without looking at the CBA, here's what I have gleaned with my years of expertise (gained by spending lots of time on CDC :lol:).

 

FACTS:

- Tryamkin was an RFA when he left, and we tendered a qualifying offer to retain his rights

- Tryamkin did NOT sign a deal with any team in a league with which the NHL has a transfer agreement

- Tryamkin is on the Canucks 90 man reserve list

 

The comparable situation would be when Radulov returned to Nashville in 2012 after going back to Russia. He had already completed his ELC, then chose not to sign with Nashville and went back home. They tendered a qualifying offer to retain his rights. He re-signed at the end of his KHL season and rejoined the team.

 

This is unlike the Nylander situation where he had to sign by Dec 1st (I think that's the date) or else be ineligible for the whole season. If Nylander had gone to play in the SHL that year (or even for multiple years like NT), he would not be able to return later in the season due to the transfer agreement.

 

Since there is no transfer agreement between the KHL and NHL, seasons there would not count towards the 7 years of professional experience to be a UFA.

 

Anyways, I could be entirely wrong and he truly IS ineligible for this season (which would be a BUMMER), but I'm pretty sure I'm right. I LOVE being right, so let's hope that's the case. For my sake too, but mostly for the Canucks.

 

:towel::towel::towel::towel::towel::towel:

With you on this..

think I’ve read more of the CBA than I ever had in the past week,  lol

it is interesting.

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14 minutes ago, Chronic.Canucks.Fan said:

Without looking at the CBA, here's what I have gleaned with my years of expertise (gained by spending lots of time on CDC :lol:).

 

FACTS:

- Tryamkin was an RFA when he left, and we tendered a qualifying offer to retain his rights

- Tryamkin did NOT sign a deal with any team in a league with which the NHL has a transfer agreement

- Tryamkin is on the Canucks 90 man reserve list

 

The comparable situation would be when Radulov returned to Nashville in 2012 after going back to Russia. He had already completed his ELC, then chose not to sign with Nashville and went back home. They tendered a qualifying offer to retain his rights. He re-signed at the end of his KHL season and rejoined the team.

 

This is unlike the Nylander situation where he had to sign by Dec 1st (I think that's the date) or else be ineligible for the whole season. If Nylander had gone to play in the SHL that year (or even for multiple years like NT), he would not be able to return later in the season due to the transfer agreement.

 

Since there is no transfer agreement between the KHL and NHL, seasons there would not count towards the 7 years of professional experience to be a UFA.

 

Anyways, I could be entirely wrong and he truly IS ineligible for this season (which would be a BUMMER), but I'm pretty sure I'm right. I LOVE being right, so let's hope that's the case. For my sake too, but mostly for the Canucks.

 

:towel::towel::towel::towel::towel::towel:

@qwijibo

we’re waiting.  

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What incentive does his KHL club have to release him and make him UFA in KHL if he ever returns there.

 

And there's a good chance at some point he will return to KHL, maybe 2 yrs or 5 yrs but he will based on his past history.

 

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1 minute ago, WHL rocks said:

What incentive does his KHL club have to release him and make him UFA in KHL if he ever returns there.

 

And there's a good chance at some point he will return to KHL, maybe 2 yrs or 5 yrs but he will based on his past history.

 

“Release me, or I will never come back to Avtomobilist “

 

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12 minutes ago, Alflives said:

Oh, I thought we started posting like we used to communicate back in the day - Morse Code.  

brilliant! I actually thought yours was a dig on the original outsiders post, which turned out to be a big empty space, and you were trying to entice a response. Its a big empty space similar to the emotionless blank stare I've put on several times these past weeks as the boys struggle to impose their will on the games they are playing.

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