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Fish
Posted 2017-04-13 4:01 PM (#671261)
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Must be protected unless they waive their NMC:
Dan Girardi - NMC
Henrik Lundqvist - NMC
Rick Nash - NMC
Marc Staal - NMC

Forwards - can protect up to 6
Jesper Fast - RFA
Tanner Glass - UFA
Michael Grabner
Kevin Hayes
Chris Kreider
Oscar Lindberg - RFA
JT Miller
Brandon Pirri - RFA
Matt Puempel
Derek Stepan
Mika Zibanejad - RFA
Mats Zuccarello

Defense - Can protect up 1
Adam Clendening - RFA
Nick Holden
Steven Kampfer
Kevin Klein
Ryan McDonagh
Brandon Smith - UFA

Goaltenders - can protect 0
Antti Raanta

Unprotected Prospects:
Taylor Beck - RFA
Chris Brown - UFA
Daniel Catenacci - RFA
Troy Donnay - RFA
Magnus Hellberg - UFA
Marek Hrivik - UFA
Tommy Hughes - UFA
Nicklas Jensen - RFA
Michael Paliotta - RFA
Mackenzie Skapski - RFA
Chris Summers - UFA

Exempt 2 years or less as a professional:
Pavel Buchnevich
Adam Chapie
Sean Day
Steven Fogarty
Gabriel Fontaine
Tim Gettinger
John Gilmour
Ryan Graves
Ryan Gropp
Brandon Halverson
Robin Kovacs
Vinny Lettieri
Chris Nell
Cristoval Nieves
Vince Pedrie
Brady Skjei
Malte Stromwall
Adam Tambellini
Jimmy Vesey
Sergei Zborovskiy

All unsigned prospects are protected
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Fish
Posted 2017-04-13 4:02 PM (#671262 - in reply to #671261)
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https://www.nhl.com/news/nhl-expansion-draft-rules/c-281010592

Protected Lists
* Clubs will have two options for players they wish to protect in the Expansion Draft:

a) Seven forwards, three defensemen and one goaltender

b) Eight skaters (forwards/defensemen) and one goaltender

* All players who have currently effective and continuing "No Movement" clauses at the time of the Expansion Draft (and who to decline to waive such clauses) must be protected (and will be counted toward their club's applicable protection limits).

* All first- and second-year professionals, as well as all unsigned draft choices, will be exempt from selection (and will not be counted toward their club's applicable protection limits).
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Rranger
Posted 2017-04-14 9:32 AM (#671264 - in reply to #671261)
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I'm liking Lindbergh over Fast if it ever becomes a choice.
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Posted 2017-04-14 10:46 AM (#671267 - in reply to #671261)
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It is possible, though improbable, that they get one of the NMCs waived...but I think it's unlikely they'll have enough slots to protect Fast or Lindberg
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Posted 2017-04-14 1:06 PM (#671272 - in reply to #671261)
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If the consensus is that they will lose Raanta, then it doesn't matter which forwards or defenseman are available to them
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Posted 2017-04-14 1:06 PM (#671273 - in reply to #671267)
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Fish - 2017-04-14 9:46 AM

It is possible, though improbable, that they get one of the NMCs waived...but I think it's unlikely they'll have enough slots to protect Fast or Lindberg



I guess a lot depends on the playoff run. The Rangers will need to decide if a Girardi buyout is in order, and will they like Stepan's NMC going forward.
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Posted 2017-04-14 1:37 PM (#671276 - in reply to #671261)
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Forwards - can protect up to 6
Jesper Fast - RFA
Tanner Glass - UFA
Michael Grabner
Kevin Hayes
Chris Kreider

Oscar Lindberg - RFA
JT Miller
Brandon Pirri - RFA
Matt Puempel
Derek Stepan
Mika Zibanejad - RFA
Mats Zuccarello


Defense - Can protect up 1
Adam Clendening - RFA
Nick Holden
Steven Kampfer
Kevin Klein
Ryan McDonagh
Brandon Smith - UFA

Goaltenders - can protect 0
Antti Raanta


I bolded the players above we most likely protect. The list below are the players available. Of course, a trade, a buyout, or a player who is willing to lift their NMC can change things. The question becomes, Grabner or Raanta?

Jesper Fast - RFA
Tanner Glass - UFA
Michael Grabner
Oscar Lindberg - RFA
Brandon Pirri - RFA
Matt Puempel
Adam Clendening - RFA
Nick Holden
Steven Kampfer
Kevin Klein
Brandon Smith - UFA
Antti Raanta
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concust
Posted 2017-04-27 5:08 AM (#673444 - in reply to #671273)
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Rranger - 2017-04-14 2:06 PM

Fish - 2017-04-14 9:46 AM

It is possible, though improbable, that they get one of the NMCs waived...but I think it's unlikely they'll have enough slots to protect Fast or Lindberg



I guess a lot depends on the playoff run. The Rangers will need to decide if a Girardi buyout is in order, and will they like Stepan's NMC going forward.


To be clear it's not a NMC it's a NTC, and it's not that bad even if his play were to go south (which it has no indications of yet.)

Four years left on the deal, first two years are straight NTC. Second two years is a modified NTC, where he gets to list 15 teams he will not go to. Still that leaves about half the league so it's not restrictive at all.

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Rranger
Posted 2017-04-27 9:19 AM (#673450 - in reply to #671261)
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So its better its a NTC than a NMC for the next two years? It really doesn't matter with Stepan. I guess if the Rangers want to buy him out, which is never going to happen. His regular season has been very average. His playoffs so far about the same. If he doesn't kick it up a notch or two going forward this playoffs, moving him and his contract becomes a legitimate question.

Edited by Rranger 2017-05-06 12:07 AM
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Posted 2017-04-27 10:19 AM (#673452 - in reply to #671261)
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Yes a NMC is more restrictive than a NTC. Won't matter though, he's worth the money.

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Rranger
Posted 2017-04-27 11:15 AM (#673454 - in reply to #671261)
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In this instance NMC or NTC is a moot point, the Rangers are not going to release him or send him to the minors. And either way they can't trade him. And we can agree to disagree on his value moving forward.
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-04-27 11:53 AM (#673458 - in reply to #671261)
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Hoping Stepan is not protected and then taken
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Rranger
Posted 2017-05-10 11:18 PM (#675983 - in reply to #673452)
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concust - 2017-04-27 9:19 AM

Yes a NMC is more restrictive than a NTC. Won't matter though, he's worth the money.






You can't possibly believe that now?
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Tyutin in the Staal
Posted 2017-05-11 3:07 AM (#675985 - in reply to #671261)
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The best possible scenario is to get Hank to waive his NTC, protect Raanta and hope Vegas takes on his four years and $34m. The $8.5m burden over the next four years for a goalie in sharp decline is going to be untenable. If Gorton can't do this, then he needs to work on Staal and Girardi.
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Posted 2017-05-11 3:08 AM (#675986 - in reply to #675983)
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Stepan has trade value. He needs to be moved because we cannot take on another NMC on this team. Hopefully he can bring back a decent d-man.
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Posted 2017-05-11 4:49 AM (#675987 - in reply to #671261)
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Problem is that contract. 6.5m and NMC after July 1. Stepan would be a solid 3rd line center for us and I would keep him if not the amount and NMC. I could have lived with 3.75-4m per year without the NMC.

I think we'll see someone unexpected not protected. My money is on Stepan but wouldn't be surprised if they expose Miller.
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-05-11 4:59 PM (#676032 - in reply to #675987)
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rjpny75 - 2017-05-11 4:49 AM

Problem is that contract. 6.5m and NMC after July 1. Stepan would be a solid 3rd line center for us and I would keep him if not the amount and NMC. I could have lived with 3.75-4m per year without the NMC.

I think we'll see someone unexpected not protected. My money is on Stepan but wouldn't be surprised if they expose Miller.


Seriously doubt they will expose Miller. He has the most upside of all forwards and more importantly more trade value than the other forwards. Rangers do some stupid things (stepan 6.5 for the next 4 years and a NMC) but they're not stupid enough to let their best trade asset go for nothing.
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-05-11 5:00 PM (#676033 - in reply to #671261)
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stepan makes the most sense to leave exposed......Cross our fingers!!
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-05-11 5:09 PM (#676035 - in reply to #671261)
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Do RFA'S have to be protected??

Forwards I would protect by the list would be Hayes, Kreider, Lindberg, Miller, Zib, Zucc
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Mikey Red
Posted 2017-05-11 8:46 PM (#676047 - in reply to #673458)
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Rangerjunkie - 2017-04-27 11:53 AM

Hoping Stepan is not protected and then taken

100% Bro..How bout this? George McPhee...remember when the NYR gave you a shot in the NHL? Now do us a lil favor....Take Stepan... he can be your captain
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-05-11 8:52 PM (#676048 - in reply to #676047)
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Mikey Red - 2017-05-11 8:46 PM

Rangerjunkie - 2017-04-27 11:53 AM

Hoping Stepan is not protected and then taken

100% Bro..How bout this? George McPhee...remember when the NYR gave you a shot in the NHL? Now do us a lil favor....Take Stepan... he can be your captain


Show us some Ranger loyalty!
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Mikey Red
Posted 2017-05-11 8:54 PM (#676049 - in reply to #676048)
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Rangerjunkie - 2017-05-11 8:52 PM

Mikey Red - 2017-05-11 8:46 PM

Rangerjunkie - 2017-04-27 11:53 AM

Hoping Stepan is not protected and then taken

100% Bro..How bout this? George McPhee...remember when the NYR gave you a shot in the NHL? Now do us a lil favor....Take Stepan... he can be your captain


Show us some Ranger loyalty!

lol Yep C'mon George you can do it!
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Beezer34
Posted 2017-05-12 12:35 AM (#676057 - in reply to #671261)
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Everything I have seen in mock drafts is that Klein is the guy to go .. and that is more to do with what the Rangers are offering and other teams are offering better forwards..
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-05-12 6:09 AM (#676067 - in reply to #676057)
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Beezer34 - 2017-05-12 12:35 AM

Everything I have seen in mock drafts is that Klein is the guy to go .. and that is more to do with what the Rangers are offering and other teams are offering better forwards..


This would be a good start
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Rangerjunkie
Posted 2017-05-12 7:22 AM (#676074 - in reply to #671261)
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Maybe we can expose AV??
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Posted 2017-05-12 8:54 AM (#676076 - in reply to #676074)
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Rangerjunkie - 2017-05-12 7:22 AM

Maybe we can expose AV??

he he he
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Posted 2017-05-12 9:57 AM (#676087 - in reply to #671261)
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Forwards - can protect up to 6
Jesper Fast - RFA
Tanner Glass - UFA
Michael Grabner
Kevin Hayes
Chris Kreider
Oscar Lindberg - RFA
JT Miller
Brandon Pirri - RFA
Matt Puempel
Derek Stepan
Mika Zibanejad - RFA
Mats Zuccarello




Those are 5 of the 6..... you guys can pick the 6th, but I don't think (given those forwards) that Klein is the one that will be drafted from The Rangers

It'll be one of Stepan, Lindberg, Fast, Grabner I'd think

Edited by robstones 2017-05-12 9:58 AM
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Rranger
Posted 2017-05-12 12:55 PM (#676095 - in reply to #671261)
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I'm as down on Stepan as anyone, but the Rangers are not letting him go for nothing. He still has value around the league. Most would understand he needs a change of address. That alone will put a jump back in his game which should cover his next two years with a NMC, which then becomes a modified NTC. He's absolutely tradeable. He will be a poster child for the Gorton resume. Personally I'm very interested to see how Gorton handles it. Stepans poor play and lack of effort all year including playoffs is a team cancer. Especially since he never missed a power play or regular shift.
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Posted 2017-05-12 1:48 PM (#676105 - in reply to #676095)
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Rranger - 2017-05-12 12:55 PM

I'm as down on Stepan as anyone, but the Rangers are not letting him go for nothing. He still has value around the league. Most would understand he needs a change of address. That alone will put a jump back in his game which should cover his next two years with a NMC, which then becomes a modified NTC. He's absolutely tradeable. He will be a poster child for the Gorton resume. Personally I'm very interested to see how Gorton handles it. Stepans poor play and lack of effort all year including playoffs is a team cancer. Especially since he never missed a power play or regular shift.


Sometimes theres adding to the team by subtracting from the team, just freeing up stepans money is a plus!

I just don't know what GM's from other teams are willing to give up for smarts, no high skill players....

Maybe, just maybe, if the Rangers get a new coach, one that would hold players accountable like stepan and put him on the third line where he belongs, and take him off the PP then maybe he can be a useful player. But with AV as coach stepan and his 6.5 are detrimental to the team.
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Posted 2017-05-12 2:32 PM (#676111 - in reply to #676105)
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Rranger - 2017-05-12 12:55 PM

I'm as down on Stepan as anyone, but the Rangers are not letting him go for nothing. He still has value around the league. Most would understand he needs a change of address. That alone will put a jump back in his game which should cover his next two years with a NMC, which then becomes a modified NTC. He's absolutely tradeable. He will be a poster child for the Gorton resume. Personally I'm very interested to see how Gorton handles it. Stepans poor play and lack of effort all year including playoffs is a team cancer. Especially since he never missed a power play or regular shift.


Sometimes theres adding to the team by subtracting from the team, just freeing up stepans money is a plus!

I just don't know what GM's from other teams are willing to give up for smarts, no high skill players....

Maybe, just maybe, if the Rangers get a new coach, one that would hold players accountable like stepan and put him on the third line where he belongs, and take him off the PP then maybe he can be a useful player. But with AV as coach stepan and his 6.5 are detrimental to the team.





I hear what your saying but walking away from any equity Gorton can get back on dealing Stepan, just to get rid of his contract will have Gorton out of a job real soon. The Rangers can't just give guys away for nothing, players are currency, if you keep taking out and not putting nothing back in sooner or later you don't have a team. He has to get something back and it better be decent. Right now it's probable most teams are looking at Stepan as one of those guys that needs a move in his career to rejuvenate himself. The only hole in his game is his lazy ass this year. He's never had a problem keeping up til this season and having no repercussion for dogging it, his game was on a downhill track all year. He went 23 games or whatever it was with out a goal and never missed a power play, who the hell is gonna bust their ass when you keep getting put back out there? He had no reason to bust his ass. . I quaranteee if he goes to another team he will get his jump back, because the new coach won't put up with his whining quicksand excuses.
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Posted 2017-05-12 3:12 PM (#676112 - in reply to #676111)
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Rranger - 2017-05-12 2:32 PM

Rangerjunkie - 2017-05-12 12:48 PM

Rranger - 2017-05-12 12:55 PM

I'm as down on Stepan as anyone, but the Rangers are not letting him go for nothing. He still has value around the league. Most would understand he needs a change of address. That alone will put a jump back in his game which should cover his next two years with a NMC, which then becomes a modified NTC. He's absolutely tradeable. He will be a poster child for the Gorton resume. Personally I'm very interested to see how Gorton handles it. Stepans poor play and lack of effort all year including playoffs is a team cancer. Especially since he never missed a power play or regular shift.


Sometimes theres adding to the team by subtracting from the team, just freeing up stepans money is a plus!

I just don't know what GM's from other teams are willing to give up for smarts, no high skill players....

Maybe, just maybe, if the Rangers get a new coach, one that would hold players accountable like stepan and put him on the third line where he belongs, and take him off the PP then maybe he can be a useful player. But with AV as coach stepan and his 6.5 are detrimental to the team.





I hear what your saying but walking away from any equity Gorton can get back on dealing Stepan, just to get rid of his contract will have Gorton out of a job real soon. The Rangers can't just give guys away for nothing, players are currency, if you keep taking out and not putting nothing back in sooner or later you don't have a team. He has to get something back and it better be decent. Right now it's probable most teams are looking at Stepan as one of those guys that needs a move in his career to rejuvenate himself. The only hole in his game is his lazy ass this year. He's never had a problem keeping up til this season and having no repercussion for dogging it, his game was on a downhill track all year. He went 23 games or whatever it was with out a goal and never missed a power play, who the hell is gonna bust their ass when you keep getting put back out there? He had no reason to bust his ass. . I quaranteee if he goes to another team he will get his jump back, because the new coach won't put up with his whining quicksand excuses.


I have no disagreement with anything you're saying, I'm right with ya!!

I'm just saying the 6.5 that we save, is the equity..We can spend that money on a better option as a #1 center. Trade him for a player that can help right away, or let him go take his 6.5 and sign someone who can help right away.

You Dig??
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Posted 2017-05-12 4:30 PM (#676113 - in reply to #676112)
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I dig ...Step has to get Steppin...outta here
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Posted 2017-05-12 5:32 PM (#676116 - in reply to #676112)
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Rangerjunkie - 2017-05-12 2:12 PM

Rranger - 2017-05-12 2:32 PM

Rangerjunkie - 2017-05-12 12:48 PM

Rranger - 2017-05-12 12:55 PM

I'm as down on Stepan as anyone, but the Rangers are not letting him go for nothing. He still has value around the league. Most would understand he needs a change of address. That alone will put a jump back in his game which should cover his next two years with a NMC, which then becomes a modified NTC. He's absolutely tradeable. He will be a poster child for the Gorton resume. Personally I'm very interested to see how Gorton handles it. Stepans poor play and lack of effort all year including playoffs is a team cancer. Especially since he never missed a power play or regular shift.


Sometimes theres adding to the team by subtracting from the team, just freeing up stepans money is a plus!

I just don't know what GM's from other teams are willing to give up for smarts, no high skill players....

Maybe, just maybe, if the Rangers get a new coach, one that would hold players accountable like stepan and put him on the third line where he belongs, and take him off the PP then maybe he can be a useful player. But with AV as coach stepan and his 6.5 are detrimental to the team.





I hear what your saying but walking away from any equity Gorton can get back on dealing Stepan, just to get rid of his contract will have Gorton out of a job real soon. The Rangers can't just give guys away for nothing, players are currency, if you keep taking out and not putting nothing back in sooner or later you don't have a team. He has to get something back and it better be decent. Right now it's probable most teams are looking at Stepan as one of those guys that needs a move in his career to rejuvenate himself. The only hole in his game is his lazy ass this year. He's never had a problem keeping up til this season and having no repercussion for dogging it, his game was on a downhill track all year. He went 23 games or whatever it was with out a goal and never missed a power play, who the hell is gonna bust their ass when you keep getting put back out there? He had no reason to bust his ass. . I quaranteee if he goes to another team he will get his jump back, because the new coach won't put up with his whining quicksand excuses.


I have no disagreement with anything you're saying, I'm right with ya!!

I'm just saying the 6.5 that we save, is the equity..We can spend that money on a better option as a #1 center. Trade him for a player that can help right away, or let him go take his 6.5 and sign someone who can help right away.

You Dig??





I dig. In a perfect world you trade him for picks and use the cap space on a replacement.
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Posted 2017-05-15 6:33 AM (#676176 - in reply to #676116)
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Rranger - 2017-05-12 6:32 PM

I dig. In a perfect world you trade him for picks and use the cap space on a replacement.


Ok, who would that be?

http://www.spotrac.com/nhl/free-agents/center/ufa/

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Posted 2017-05-15 8:13 AM (#676178 - in reply to #676176)
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Rranger - 2017-05-12 6:32 PM

I dig. In a perfect world you trade him for picks and use the cap space on a replacement.


Ok, who would that be?

http://www.spotrac.com/nhl/free-agents/center/ufa/




His replacement doesn't have to come off that list. Trade him for picks, trade other assets to replace him and use the cap space. Surely you understand a "perfect world" includes a UFA list with some quality replacements. I've repeated on here the Rangers are not going to waive or give Stepan away for nothing. If they want to move him it will be by trade.

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