I will attempt to keep this updated with the players who have be placed on waivers by our teams as well as listing any successful waiver claims.
If you are claiming someone off of waivers, make sure you manipulate your roster so that the player will fit within the roster restrictions; 9 starting forwards, 4 starting dman, 5 bench, and 6 minor leaguers. The best method to do major league players is to put the player you are going to drop on your bench, and when keying in the waiver add, make sure you choose the new player to go to your bench. Also, make sure your major roster is within cap regulations if possible. If adding a minor leaguer, just make sure you choose the added player to go to the Minors, again while making sure your within cap regulations if possible.
We have a 25 man roster limit, this consisting of 14 active players, 5 reserve players and 6 prospects/minor players.
If a free agent claim is made that puts your team above the 25 player limit, a player MUST be waived to create room for the free agent.
Our waiver claim system works like this:
Reverse Order of Standings (serpentine)
When Waiver Wire claims are processed, the lowest ranked team in the standings at that time gets first pick, the second lowest team gets second pick, and so on, all the way up to the first place team. Then in the next round, the first place team gets first pick, the second place team gets second pick, and so on, all the way down to the last place team. If a team doesn't have any more pending claims, their turn is skipped. This process continues until all teams have no more claims. For example, in a 4-team league, the order would go: 4, 3, 2, 1, 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 3, 2, 1, etc.