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VodkaFish 06-02-2010 01:01 PM

PRINCETON, N.J. - The ECHL on Wednesday announced the Protected Lists as submitted by each of its member teams.

The ECHL announced in May that all players for the Charlotte Checkers have been declared unrestricted free agents. The Board of Governors has approved the Charlotte Checkers petition to withdraw from the ECHL to begin play in the American Hockey League in 2010-11. Therefore, the Checkers will not be operating in the ECHL next season.

Teams are allowed to protect as many players as they wish provided the players protected meet the guidelines as defined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the ECHL and the Professional Hockey Players’ Association which state that teams shall retain the rights to each player that:

1. Signed a Standard Players Contract in 2009-10 and has not been traded or released, OR

2. Signed a Standard Players Contract in 2009-10 and was recalled to the National Hockey League, the American Hockey League or an International Ice Hockey Federation team, and has not been traded or released, OR

3. Received a 2009-10 Qualifying Offer for the current season, and DID NOT sign a Standard Players Contract, and has not been traded or released, OR

4. Has been suspended by the team or League, and has not been traded or released, OR

5. Signed a Standard Players Contract on or after the first day of the 2009-10 regular season, then subsequently signed an NHL/AHL contract, and has not been traded or released, OR

6. Has executed the ECHL Retirement Form, and has not been traded or released

Protected lists may exceed 20 players.

The ECHL also announced that teams must complete all Future Consideration trades by 3 p.m. ET on June 13 and that teams must submit their Season-Ending Roster by 3 p.m. ET on June 15.

Season-ending rosters may include up to 20 players and cannot include any players who did not sign an ECHL contract in 2009-10.

Alaska Aces
Scott Reid
Frank Doyle
Nick Tuzzolino
B.J. Crum
Bryan Miller
Tyson Marsh
Lee Green
Nils Backstrom
Eric Boguniecki
Justin Johnson
Alexandre Imbeault
Curtis Fraser
Garry Nunn
John Lammers
Nick Mazzolini
Jason Ryznar
Jarrett Konkle
Judd Blackwater
Scott Burt

Bakersfield Condors
Sasha Pokulok
Evan Stoflet
Ken Morin
Scott Marchesi
Gino Guyer
Ryan Menei
Stephane Goulet
Dan Kissel
Andrew Ianiero
Mark Voakes
Matt Pope
Adam Naglich
Erick Lizon
Nick Kemp

Cincinnati Cyclones
Brian O’Hanley
Brock Sheahan
Doug Krantz
Cullen Eddy
Brett Motherwell
Jamie Coghlan
Dwayne Zinger
Shawn Fensel
Barret Ehgoetz
Hans Benson
Jimmy Kilpatrick
Dustin Sproat
Ryan Del Monte
Brett Robinson
Matt Pierce
Kevin Roeder
Will Ortiz
Josh Heidinger
Chris Morehouse
Scott Reynolds
Adam Henrich
Mathieu Aubin

Elmira Jackals
Julien Ellis
Guillaume Lepine
Brennan Turner
R.J. Anderson
Derick Martin
Travis Gawryletz
Ben Wright
Jean-Francois David
Wes Cunningham
Tim Spencer
Yannick Tifu
Josh Aspenlind
Chris Korchinski
Olivier Proulx
Justin Donati
Brendan Connolly
Chaz Johnson
Thomas Beauregard
Brett Gallant
Maxime Gratchev
Tyler Donati

Florida Everblades
Adrien Lemay
Dominic D’Amour
Scott Hotham
Mitch McColm
Phil Paquet
A.J. Thelen
Brad Zanon
Kevin Baker
Mike Bayrack
Patrick Bordeleau
Benjamin Breault
Matt Caria
Shea Guthrie
Ernie Hartlieb
Brad Herauf
Mike Hoffman
Eric Lampe
Ryan Lang
Colin Nicholson
Ahren Spylo
Dominic Osman
Alexandre Parent
Mathieu Roy

Gwinnett Gladiators
David Brown
Sean Hurley
Sam Roberts
Phil Youngclaus
Jamie Fritsch
Nick St. Pierre
Josh Engel
Drew Paris
Matt Francis
Scott Mifsud
Adam Berti
Dan Sullivan
Matt Caruana
Jason Lawrence
Brad Schell
Mike Radja
Pat Bateman
Tom Zanoski

Idaho Steelheads
Rejean Beauchemin
Aaron Dawson
Steve Oleksy
Brett Blatchford
Weston Tardy
Cody Lampl
Dustin Friesen
Marty Flichel
Mark Derlago
John Swanson
Evan Barlow
Adam Huxley
Matt McKnight
Mark McCutcheon
John-Scott Dickson
Tyler Spurgeon
Ashton Rome
Brandan Kushniruk

Johnstown Chiefs (Greenville)
Kris Mayotte
Russ Sinkewich
Michael Couch
Jonathan Ralph
David Schulz
Anthony Sarno
Luke Lucyk
Julien Brouillette
Greg Gallagher
Sean Berkstresser
Troy Schwab
Jim McKenzie
Connor Shields
Jeff Martens
Bear Trapp
Kyle Laughlin
Bryan Marshall
Matt Schepke
Andrew Carroll
Brett Wilson
Matthew Myers
Todd Griffith
Moises Gutierrez
Andy Contois

Kalamazoo Wings
Ryan Nie
Devin Featherstone
Jon Landry
Tom Morrow
Blake Friesen
Ryan McGinnis
Jeff Mason
Sam Ftorek
Trent Daavettila
Darryl Lloyd
Brian McGuirk
Patrick Asselin
Brian McMillin
Ben Simon
Tyler Willis
Andrew Fournier
Mathieu Curadeau
Bryan Jurynec
Rick Cleaver
Anton Kharin
Darryl Bootland

Las Vegas Wranglers
Michael Ouzas
Craig Switzer
Jason Krischuk
Mike Madill
John Schwarz
Robbie Bina
Greg Collins
Mick Lawrence
Jerry Pollastrone
Ryan Weston
Kyle Hagel
Ned Lukacevic
Jeff Hazelwood
Shay Stephenson
Adam Miller
Chris Neiszner
Alex Bourret

Ontario Reign
Curtis Darling
Mike Zacharias
Kellen Briggs
Andrew Martens
David Walker
Mike Egener
Chad Starling
Dan Knapp
Luis Tremblay
Shawn Germain
Greg Hogeboom
Geoff Walker
Jason Tejchma
Jon Francisco
Tim Kraus
Robert Pearce
Dusty Collins
Sean O’Connor
Tony Voce
Jon Rheault
Todd Jackson
Chris Curran
Peter Lenes
James McEwan

Reading Royals
Dinos Stamoulis
Scott Langdon
Kyle Peto
Aaron Brocklehurst
Jimmy Fraser
Andrew Sarauer
Ryan Cruthers
Ben Gordon
Daniel Steiner
Marc Cavosie
Bryan Ewing
Olivier Labelle
Gavin Morgan
Charlie Kronschnabel
Brock Hooton
Danick Bouchard

South Carolina Stingrays
Shane Connelly
Todd Ford
Jonathan Boutin
Jeff Caister
Grant Farrell
Jason Fredricks
Zach Tarkir
Zach Jones
Brad Farynuk
Derek Keller
Johann Kroll
Nate Kiser
Keith Johnson
Rob Ricci
Matt Scherer
Gregg Johnson
Trent Campbell
Spencer Carbery
David de Kastrozza
Nikita Kashirsky
Chris Capraro
Jeff Corey
Pierre-Luc O’Brien
Matt Fornataro

Stockton Thunder
Kenny MacAulay
Daryl Marcoux
Justin Dacosta
Ryan Constant
Steve Vanoosten
Anthony Aiello
Trevor Hunt
Mark Adamek
Igor Gongalsky
Chris D’Alvise
Matt Robinson
Garet Hunt
Colin Hemingway
Oren Eizenman
J.F. Caudron
Jason Pitton
Brett Hemingway
Mike Lalonde
Craig Valette

Toledo Walleye
Mitch O’Keefe
Kyle Page
Ryan Stokes
Chris Zarb
Anthony Perdicaro
Sal Peralta
Scooter Smith
Chris Robertson
Mike Hedden
Adam Keefe
Mark Nebus
Evan Rankin

Trenton Devils
Dave Caruso
Charlie Effinger
David Leaderer
Andy Thomas
Justin Coutu
Slavomir Tomko
Justin Pender
Gord Burnett
John Wessbecker
Brandon Straub
Dylan Quaile
Tony Zancanaro
Tim Kunes
Dan Eves
Matt Vokes
Jack Combs
Chris Poli
Jeremy Akeson
Ryan Ginand
Dan Charleston
Jon Howse

Utah Grizzlies
Dov Grumet-Morris
Brock Wilson
Matt Sorteberg
Justin Suda
Brian Kilburg
Tim Maxwell
Tim Crowder
Matt Clarke
Lance Galbraith
Steve McJannet
Dylan Hunter
Brett Parnham
Jadran Beljo
AJ Perry
Marcus Carroll
Malcolm MacMillan
Tom May
James Sixsmith
Ryan Kinasewich

Victoria Salmon Kings
Glenn Fisher
Gary Gladue
Tim Wedderburn
Jimmy Sharrow
Brandon Roach
Patrick Coulombe
Kris Fredheim
David Cianfrini
Matt Kelly
Neil Petruic
Wes Goldie
Adam Taylor
Randall Gelech
Chad Painchaud
Dirk Southern
Lance Morrison
Andy Brandt
Olivier Filion
Jason Bast
Olivier Latendresse

Wheeling Nailers
Bobby Jarosz
Kyle Bushee
Cleve Kinley
Mitch Ganzak
Kevin Schmidt
Jordan Fox
Chris Davis
Billy Ryan
Colin Power
Andrew Lord
Sean Collins
Ryan Smyth
Aaron Clarke

Manimal 06-05-2010 05:25 PM

How did Brouillette,Schepke and Carrol end up with Greenville?

caps05 06-05-2010 05:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Manimal (Post 2023471)
How did Brouillette,Schepke and Carrol end up with Greenville?

Good question. I didn't even notice that.

Unless they were involved in trades completed after the season, they would have been free agents after Charlotte turned their franchise back to the league.

chilly666 06-05-2010 08:14 PM

i think they were the future considerations in the trade that sent hendrikx and bartlett to charlotte at the deadline. i could be wrong, but im sure they are future considerations

Manimal 06-05-2010 08:36 PM

I see some guys missing. Some might have been on AHL-contracts, but I don't know. Mike Knight,Chanse Fitzpatrick,Chris Frank,Rob LaLonde,Kyle Radke are missing possible fighters

chilly666 06-05-2010 08:50 PM

fitzpatrick & radke were traded during the season and if i understand the rules correctly they can't be protected by their teams.

caps05 06-05-2010 09:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chilly666 (Post 2023512)
i think they were the future considerations in the trade that sent hendrikx and bartlett to charlotte at the deadline. i could be wrong, but im sure they are future considerations

I think you're right, but I'm trying to find out.

And wasn't LaLonde on a two-way AHL/ECHL deal?

chilly666 06-15-2010 02:42 PM

chris frank was left unprotected by las vegas because that was the deal made at the beginning of the season to get him to come there between the wranglers and frank's agent.

stremb 06-15-2010 07:39 PM

greenvilles lookin pretty stacked so far

1.Jeff Martens
2.Michael Couch
3.Andrew Carroll
4.Todd Griffith
5.David Schulz

caps05 06-15-2010 07:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stremb (Post 2028850)
greenvilles lookin pretty stacked so far

1.Jeff Martens
2.Michael Couch
3.Andrew Carroll
4.Todd Griffith
5.David Schulz

Stremb, you seem to be pretty close to the Greenville situation.

Any way you could find out how Brouillette, Schepke, and Carroll became Greenville property after spending last season either completely with Charlotte or mostly there?

chilly666 06-15-2010 08:34 PM

todd griffith isn't gonna be in greenville so scratch him and the three are future considerations from charlotte. charlotte didn't wait for the last day like some teams. i saw something on it, but never posted it.

caps05 06-15-2010 08:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chilly666 (Post 2028882)
todd griffith isn't gonna be in greenville so scratch him and the three are future considerations from charlotte. charlotte didn't wait for the last day like some teams. i saw something on it, but never posted it.

Griffith on the leer jet back to somewhere in Europe again?

chilly666 06-15-2010 09:44 PM

he is rumored to be staying in laredo

OneilltheGiant 06-16-2010 05:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by caps05 (Post 2028885)
Griffith on the leer jet back to somewhere in Europe again?

I can't see any EIHL teams wanting him... He came here twice and returned to N.A mid season leaving his teams in a situation where they needed to replace him.. It also meant his team were an import player down for a number of weeks until they found a decent replacement. The 1st time he left he said he was getting an AHL contact so that was understandable that he would return to have a shot in a higher league... But his AHL chance never came, or was never on the table... The 2nd time he left after bad performances on the ice and lack of effort..

Maybe a team in Denmark, Austria or France may take him.

jackalsfan1 06-16-2010 08:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stremb (Post 2028850)
greenvilles lookin pretty stacked so far

1.Jeff Martens
2.Michael Couch
3.Andrew Carroll
4.Todd Griffith
5.David Schulz

You have guys coming from Elmira for the Beauregard debacle too.


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