Kirill Petvov Signs With New York/Victor Crus-Rydberg Update

New York Islander Fan Central | 6/01/2015 06:24:00 AM | | | via Has reported the New York Islanders have signed Kirill Petrov to a one year ELC at 850k. 

From what I read, could not tell if a one-way or two way contract. 

Petrov was the Islanders 3rd round pick in the 2008 entry draft who could not come to terms with Ak Bars

Career Stats Ak Bars
NYIFC Comments:
Our long national nightmare is over or about to begin. A one year deal suggest nothing is guaranteed, and if he does not make the team would go through waivers and play his one season in Bridgeport if he decided to report there.

Even by KHL standards, the numbers are hardly dominating. 

Obviously Ak Bars decided to move on after having him under contract for years.
At 25, and his size, we'll see.

Someone on the current NHL/AHL roster just lost a job. 
Long story short, likely got it wrong on Victor Crus Rydberg needing to be signed by 5/31/15. Apparently because he was drafted as a European player by the Islanders, despite going directly to the OHL, his signing window is four years in the new cba aka Linus Soderstrom, not two.

Rydberg signed in SEL on 5/5/15.
His correct NHL signing deadline should be 5/31/17 for the same reason Soderstrom is 5/31/18.
*********************************** Expands on Johan Sundstrom's comments that he wants to remain with the Islanders but wants an answer this week. (likely Wednesday) 

NYIFC Comments:
The only answer Garth Snow is required to give must be by 6/29/15 to qualify Sundstrom, retaining his NHL rights. Sundstrom is free to sign in Europe even if qualified at any time.

If Sundstrom is expecting an NHL guaranteed contract based on his statistical season/injuries, I expect he will not be resigned. If wants a commitment from Snow he'll be qualified, that is one the organization should give to him for 2015-16.

The question is does Sundstrom want to ride buses in the AHL for another season?

If Sundstrom accepts a qualifying offer he will be back with the organization for 2015-16.