tantalum wrote:Yes and...???
50 is 22 or 23 NHL roster players and then 27 or 28 more. Enough for an entire AHL team and then some. I believe those two put them at 40 (counting Gaunce). Plenty of flexibility yet.
tantalum wrote:I'm well aware. I just see a lot of complaining (not on this board) about how every contract is two-way when the canucks are not in danger of limiting their flexibility within those 50 contracts. It will happen (and apparently now has) but given the number of expired contracts that they had I'd rather that they had spent this time getting those guys who might be able to fill in for a game or two at the NHL level signed.
tantalum wrote:Your post was basically wrong place, wrong time.
FAN wrote:I guess we have a difference in opinion on how many of those players signed to two-way contracts will actually be able to fill in for a game or two at the NHL level.
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