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Vegas Golden Knights once again exposed for cheating LTIR regulations


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Tom Banks
April 9, 2024  (6:46 PM)
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William Carrier of the Vegas Golden Knights.
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The NHL's LTIR regulations have long been exploited by many teams, but it's the Vegas Golden Knights that do it most, and they've now done so again.

NHL fans from all over often come together in frustration over the Vegas Golden Knights exploiting the LTIR regulations that the NHL have put in place, and now, they've gone and done it again. On Monday ahead of his Vegas Golden Knights debut, Tomas Hertl was activated after missing months of action, and to bring him onto the roster, the team place William Carrier on LTIR.
#VegasBorn have retroactively placed F William Carrier on LTIR in order to create the space needed to activate Tomas Hertl.

That now makes Carrier, Mark Stone and Jack Eichel three massive names that will likely return ahead of the playoffs, and while every team can use this loophole, it appears no one is as willing as the Golden Knights.
The Vegas Golden Knights have activated C Tomá Hertl (knee) from Long-Term Injured Reserve.

Additionally, the Golden Knights have placed LW William Carrier (upper-body) on Long-Term Injured Reserve, retroactive to March 25.

Sure, it's going to cost Vegas in the long run, with the owners having to fork out plenty of money to make it happen, but if they can win another Stanley Cup, it will certainly be worth it.
Source: MarkerZone
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