BST Non-Free-Agent Scorecard '10

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Some best-guess projections here; usual disclaimers apply. Not a depth chart, alphabetical, could be some (plenty of?) swing on the margins with guys like Joensuu, Hamonic, Martin, Lawson, etc.

(*-RFA; includes AHL contracts in italics; blue=added)

ISLANDERS
LW–Josh Bailey, Trevor Gillies, Matt Moulson
C–Zenon Konopka, Frans Nielsen, Rob Schremp, John Tavares, Doug Weight
RW–Blake Comeau, Trent Hunter, Kyle Okposo, P.A. Parenteau, Jon Sim
D–Mark Eaton, Bruno Gervais, Travis Hamonic, Jack Hillen, Milan Jurcina, Andrew MacDonald, Radek Martinek, Mark Streit, James Wisniewski
G–Rick DiPietro, Dwayne Roloson

SOUND TIGERS
LW–Justin DiBenedetto, Micheal Haley, Jesse Joensuu, David Ullstrom
C–Andy Hilbert (V), Rob Hisey, Tomas Marcinko, Tony Romano, Justin Taylor
RW–Robin Figren, Matt Martin, Rhett Rakhshani, Jeremy Yablonski (V/320), Joel Rechlicz, Mike Sellitto
D–Matt Duffy, Mark Katic, Anton Klementyev, Dustin Kohn, Dylan Reese, Corey Syvret, Brendan Witt (V), Mark Wotton (V)
G–Mikko Koskinen, Nathan Lawson, Kevin Poulin

Wild cards–Nino Niederreiter (NHL only), Calvin de Haan (NHL only), Kirill Petrov (if he gets out of his KHL deal), Kirill Kabanov (TBA depending on Moncton’s wishes; reports say they’ll probably take him, so it’s probably Big Club or bust), Tony DeHart

(V)-AHL veteran (more than 260 games played NHL/AHL/IHL/Euro elite), only five permitted to dress per game. (V/320)-AHL veteran with not more than 320 games played, one permitted as an exemption

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Michael Fornabaio

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6 Responses

  1. j says:

    Gotcha, thanks.

  2. j says:

    Gotcha, thanks.

  3. Let’s say the Islanders sign him. He doesn’t make the big club. Before they can assign him to Bridgeport, they have to first offer him back to Moncton. If Moncton says “no, that’s OK,” they can send him to Bridgeport. If Moncton wants him, he has to go to Moncton. (If Moncton should trade his junior rights, substitute that team’s name throughout.)

  4. Let’s say the Islanders sign him. He doesn’t make the big club. Before they can assign him to Bridgeport, they have to first offer him back to Moncton. If Moncton says “no, that’s OK,” they can send him to Bridgeport. If Moncton wants him, he has to go to Moncton. (If Moncton should trade his junior rights, substitute that team’s name throughout.)

  5. j says:

    can you elaborate on – TBA depending on Moncton’s wishes. If moncton doesn’t want him back can he play in the A or will his age be an issue?

  6. j says:

    can you elaborate on – TBA depending on Moncton’s wishes. If moncton doesn’t want him back can he play in the A or will his age be an issue?