Entry rules for tournaments provide one of the few areas in which NHL clubs have their hands tied when it comes to free agency. During the offseason, clubs can place a player on unconditional waivers, eliminating that player from being given qualifying offers. Those qualifying offers are usually reserved for the lowest performers on the team’s depth chart. On Jan. 1, the NHL implemented a rule that removes that protection for players who make 35 or more NHL appearances in the current NHL year. In years past, that level was reserved for players who had made a minimum of 60 appearances. The benefit is simple. If a player is protected in 2016-17, he is not subject to qualifying offers. It wouldn’t make sense for a club to protect a player like Richard Bachman, for example, who has bounced around the AHL and ECHL over the past several years. The Senators only guaranteed him to be on the roster on the first day of the NHL year, so Bachman has no protection from qualifying offers and is now a free agent. For teams looking to sign Bachman or any other unrestricted free agent at the end of the summer, the lack of protection is a boon, as many of these players could not be protected for the 2017-18 season. It doesn’t always work out that way, however. Here is a list of players who have had protection taken off their list for the first time: This list can be expanded even further. In addition to players who are protected by their club but are no longer around because of their new club’s signing, there are other restricted free agents who are no longer protected for the first time. For example, if a team protected Zach Bogosian, but then Bogosian signed with the Coyotes, he would have had protection for 2016-17 and 2017-18, but he would not be protected for 2018-19. Also, teams can still protect players who are not UFAs. As of the signing of Anton Slepyshev on March 1, every team has protection in place for 2017-18.Q: Does the Antichrist dwell in Jerusalem? Does the Antichrist dwell in Jerusalem? Did he dwell there in some past age, and will he dwell there during the End Times? A: The passage to which you refer is Ezekiel 29:14-16 14 The word of the LORD came to me, saying, 15 ‘Son of

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