Malkamaniac wrote: Kraftster wrote:
Malkamaniac wrote:6 Keepers are:
Rookies 2 right?
Oscar Moller(r) - 34 games
Scott Glennie - 0 games
You get to keep those rookies (Moller, Glennie) automatically. So you get to keep two guys that are now 65+ and as many rookies as you have (could be all 4 presumably) that are still <65.
Edit: Ericsson was a rookie for you too, I think. He does not count as a keeper. You get to keep six non-rookie players. Then you get to keep 2 rookies who are now ineligible as rookies (65+ games). The other rookies remain eligible so to speak and it is not necessary that you "keep" them.
Ericsson played more than 65 his rookie year? I thought that made him a keeper?
You get to keep 6 players off of your roster before you even look at your rookies.
Then you look at your rookies.
Guys still <65 automatically remain on your 4-player prospect/rookie list, as they are still eligible as rookies.
Guys who now have more than 65 GP can be kept at your election in addition to your other keepers
. If you made the playoffs you can keep one such player, if you missed you can keep two such players.