List Of NHL Players Who Have Signed Offer Sheets
This is a list of National Hockey League players who have signed offer sheets.
In the NHL, players who are restricted free agents can be, after being qualified by their current team, signed by another team to an offer sheet with salary greater than the qualifying offer. Teams have seven days to match the offer, and if the offer is not matched, the team making the offer sheet must give up compensation (see here for details). To be tendered an offer sheet, a player must:
- Have at least one NHL contract expire.
- Have played at least 80 NHL games if a forward or defenseman or 28 NHL games if a goalie (applies only for players who have 3 years of NHL service).
- Be younger than 27 on July 1 of that year.
- Be without a contract for the upcoming season.
- Be tendered a qualifying offer by the current team by June 25 or the Monday after that year's NHL Entry Draft (whichever is later)
If any of those conditions has not been met, the player becomes an unrestricted free agent' and cannot receive an offer sheet.
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