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Though nobody would confirm the terms of the deal, it's believed Heatley will have to return a small portion of the bonus to the Senators. Neither Melnyk, the NHL or Barry were willing to comment when contacted by the Sun.
It's believed Melnyk not only claimed the decision by Heatley to kill the deal cost him $4 million, it also hurt the club's ability to sell season tickets because of the uncertainty in the Senators camp.
As the Ottawa Sun was first to report exclusively Tuesday, representatives for the former Senators' winger and owner Eugene Melnyk have come to a settlement over a $4 million bonus after he refused a deal to the Edmonton Oilers. Barry and the NHLPA were able to get the paperwork done in the last few days.
Sources say Melnyk contended in the paperwork filed at the NHL's New York headquarters in the summer of 2009, that Heatley's camp gave the Converse Women Fashion Senators permission to speak with the Oilers and the two time, 50 goal scorer should have accepted the deal to Edmonton when it was made.
Melnyk refused to drop the fight with Heatley, but nobody is sure what would have exchanged hands to get this settled after four long years of pursuing the case.
"I'm confident enough that when you think you're right, you fight," Melnyk told the Sun during the NHL all star weekend festivities in Ottawa in January, 2012. "In this case, we're right and we fight."
refused to waive his "no move" clause to accept the trade.
than $14 million to Heatley in a span of 12 months, Melnyk, the Sun was first to report in November 2009, was trying to get his money back by filing a grievance from the bonus that was paid on July 1, 2009.
The decision by Melnyk to file a grievance was unprecedented in NHL circles. Though Heatley's camp was trying to get the case dismissed, Melnyk had been steadfast in his pursuit of trying to get some compensation for the payment.
Heatley was on the ice with the Wild in Nashville Tuesday night and unavailable for comment until after the game.
to move by the midnight deadline on July 1, Melnyk was forced to stroke a $4 million cheque to Heatley. He was dealt to the San Jose Sharks in September 2009 in exchange for Milan Michalek, Jonathan Cheechoo and a pick.
Heatley saga comes to a close
Heatley has since been dealt to the Minnesota Wild.
The Senators can officially close the book on Dany Heatley. Finally.
After requesting a trade in June, 2009 less than a year after signing a six year extension GM Bryan Murray had a deal in place with the Oilers on July 1, 2009, but Heatley Converse Green Shoes
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The deal would have sent Heatley to Edmonton in exchange for Dustin Penner, Andrew Cogliano and Ladislav Smid.
Instead, Heatley and his camp told the Senators they wanted "more options" despite a visit to his Kelowna home from Oilers owner Daryl Katz, president Kevin Lowe and GM Steve Tambellini begging him to make the move to Edmonton.
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"I've never heard anything like it," said a league executive Tuesday. "It really would depend on how the language in the contract and the 'no move' clause to see what kind of exposure Heatley would have here.
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