Is it possible for a player to stay away from the game for three years and come back?
Anything is possible with a little hard work
I agree, Mark21. The thing that I like best about it all is that the K's are trying to explore some options. Syro was never the quickest guy on skates, but he knew how to plant himself in front of the net. Conditioning is the key, but when you have a guy like Chaulk and his influence, on your side it has a much better chance of becoming real.
Even though David Franke is kinda mum on this, I still congratulate them for recognizing need and actively pursueing that need.
League rules prohibit roster moves or signings during the all-star break to technically he can't say anything yet.
What are they going to do about the vet situation?
If my calculations are right, Syro is only at 256 professional games, VET limit is 260 so he sould not be considered a Vet until the beginning of next season, please correct me if I am wrong!
Delete the post above, I hit 60 on the calculator twice. He is not a vet. Sorry.
I saw Mike Ratchuk signed with FLA, does anyone know if he is under contract with anyone or was he just a free agent? Thank you in advance.
Florida protected his rights for this year, meaning he had to play there if he wanted to play in the echl. They could of traded his rights or released them before any other team could sign him.
Welcome back, Matt!!