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07-06-2008, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by znk View Post
I read two years. He's two years older then Kovalev.
Harmlik is one year younger then Kovalev and he still has 4 years on his contract.

3 years is short compared to all the contracts that were handed out to older players this off season.
znk, Hamrlik signed his contract before being 35, therefore, the rule doesn't apply to him and if he retires during the contract from what I understood of this rule.

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