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Johnathan Ericsson is a NHL/AHL From Sweden. He a defenseman for the Detroit Red Wings in the NHL, and a defenseman for the Grand Rapid Griffins in the AHL.
Currently the AHL consists of 30 teams.
you can. You need to find the player you want to move. Then move them to the free agents list. Go to the NHL/AHL rosters and move your player to the team he's on
providence bruins in the AHL
Roughly 4-7% go straight to the NHL
After they complete one full NHL season.
Yes there is are the AHL teams from 2008. There is a mode that you can play to see if you can win the Calder Cup.
It depends on the type of contract they have. A two-way contract stipulates the amount the player would make playing in the NHL, and a different amount if they were playing in the AHL. So a player might make $525,000 in the NHL but only $65,000 if hes laying in the AHL. A one-way contract however only has a single salary. So no if he's making $545,000 in teh NHL and is sent to the AHL his salary would still be $525,000
This question is difficult to answer as the AHL is the main development league for the NHL. While some gifted players come right out of junior, college or Europe and step right into the NHL, the vast majority of NHL players have played in the AHL at some point for varying amounts of time until they have developed their skills. There is, obviously, no rule about how many players can come from the minor league. NHL teams recall their players as they see a need.
To get out of the AHL you need to become 2nd line (you start off at 3rd line I think because I did). Then 1st line and after a while you will get into the NHL. Thats how I did it. Like a boss.