http://fr.canoe.ca/sports/nouvelles/hockey/lhjmq/archives/2011/08/20110817-223640.html For those who don't know about it, at the beggining of the week, we learned that Tampa Bay Lighting 2011 7th round pick Matthew Peca was present at the Quebec Remparts camp while his rights presumably belonged to Kitchener. We thought Kitchener didn't want to release him so he could play in Quebec but the story is more complicated than that. Here's a summary: - Windsor who drafted Peca in 2009 gives Quebec the right to talk to him. - But Ottawa wants to acquire him so Quebec makes a deal with Ottawa and Windsor. Quebec accepts to go play pre-season games in Ottawa (this season) and Windsor (next season) and Ottawa forgets about Peca. - Windsor trades Peca to Kingston. Peca still doesn't want to play in the OHL so they put him on waivers. - Kitchener claims him. Peca says no to Kitchener as well so they put him on waivers. - Niagara wants to claim him 5 minutes before the deadline but Quebec convinces Niagara not to do it. - Roy was informed after the deadline that 'a team' had claimed Peca but the OHL didn't tell which team. That's why Peca was in Quebec ready to take part in the camp. They all thought he was now a free agent. Roy doesn't say it clearly but he seems to think Branch has blocked Peca from becoming a free agent so he wouldn't play in another CHL league other than the OHL. Now the CHL has lost Peca and he'll join Quinnipiac College this Friday and won't go back on his decision. Roy is questionning if Branch can do both jobs (OHL and CHL) and still work in the best interest of both leagues. He's very fired up... He's being too emotional about it but it still is an interesting debate. Is it possible to do both jobs without being forced to choose between the best interests of the OHL or the CHL from time to time?