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The Radulov saga continues


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this poor guy, he sounds like he was enslaved here in the nhl.

http://www.thestar.com/Sports/article/478963

Many on XM were claiming this week that the Rags latest beloved acquisition and supposive "team savior" is a prime canidate for Russian league defection for $$$.

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Jesus he makes it sound like the NHL puts a bag over their head and kidnaps them in the middle of the night and holds a gun to their head until they sign a contract.....he's either a serious drama queen... or they lace the kool aid with vodka and ecstasy over in mother Russia :P

(or he drinks that piss beer that TZ gets loaded on!)

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not the players, the teams! people

in soccer if you develop a good player at least you get paid for your effort when you sell the player, and can then afford to buy a new one for part of the money. the only way you lose the player is if you sell or if the contract expires and they walk for free... in hockey its free (almost) for the nhl to get a player regardless of that player's contract.

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not the players, the teams! people

in soccer if you develop a good player at least you get paid for your effort when you sell the player, and can then afford to buy a new one for part of the money. the only way you lose the player is if you sell or if the contract expires and they walk for free... in hockey its free (almost) for the nhl to get a player regardless of that player's contract.

Didn't the Russian league pass on a contract with the nhl that would of given them comp for their players?

...and if not for Pepsi, Coke would cost more.

:unsure:

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It's the same concept so I don't see a problem with the KHL going after these guys.

I honestly don't care if they go after them but your example of competition keep prices low is the opposite

of competition causing another market to increase their offers to acquire or keep players. My point was

the NHL has made other leagues increase what they would of normally offered players.

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