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Old 06-08-2017, 09:26 PM   #1
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Draft pick signing issues?

So working on my Detroit franchise and ended up with a top pick this recent season. After the draft, I wanted to sign a few draft picks to put on the main roster.

My top pick from the recent draft, is 18 years old... yet when I try to sign him, the game says he's too young and won't let me make an offer. The rules are set to allow 18 year olds to be signed.

My top pick from the previous season is 19, game will allow me to negotiate with him, yet won't let me uncheck the two way option despite the players demands to not have it on there.

I also have Cholowski, who I did sign last season... but sent to the WHL for more development. Now, I want to bring him back to develop with the main team, but won't give me the option to call him back up.

Is there something I'm missing from this? Rule that I don't understand from signing draft picks?
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Old 06-14-2017, 02:24 PM   #2
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My top pick from the recent draft, is 18 years old... yet when I try to sign him
whenever i have this problem simming ahead to Free agency allowed me to sign them.

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My top pick from the previous season is 19, game will allow me to negotiate with him
I think this bug has something to do with the message, instead of saying they don't want to sign they want they request a 1 way.I found that players requesting this end up signing a 2way 1 -2 years later. So you'll be able to sign him just not that season.

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I also have Cholowski, who I did sign last season... but sent to the WHL for more development. Now, I want to bring him back to develop with the main team, but won't give me the option to call him back up

at what point in the season is this? Theres rules as to when you can call a player up.

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I'm just beyond the draft and before the free agency period during all of this when it comes to Cholowski.
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Old 06-14-2017, 09:44 PM   #4
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I'm just beyond the draft and before the free agency period during all of this when it comes to Cholowski.
Wait until Free Agency opens, it should work as that's when (July 1st) the New Year starts.
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Old 06-15-2017, 07:40 PM   #5
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Thanks guys for the info. Got past July 1st and I've been able to sign some of my rookies (except for one who wants more than I can offer for a minor league deal )... kind of caused a confusion of plans with my roster, but hopefully I can get my top prospects to play in Grand Rapids for a bit until some spots open for them!
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