I'm a little confused.. I had always thought (and I'm pretty sure I read this in the CBA itself) that a player like Avery who already has been claimed once on re-entry waivers would have his cap hit/salary split between the team who claimed him the first time and the team who claimed him the second time. As in, right now Stars pay 50% and Rangers 50%. If Team X claimed him, I had thought Stars would be off the hook, Rangers would pay 50% and Stars 50%. Since when does the CBA outline further splits, bringing down the Ranger's and Team X's share to only 25%? I don't expect him to be claimed, but I'm curious how the NHL can explicitly just ignore the CBA and no-one media wise is picking up on it (if I'm right).