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01-02-2010, 10:34 PM
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Originally Posted by The Mouth View Post
The Rangers were definitely wary of him getting back with his Russian comrades especially Nikita Filatov. it's all risk and no reward for the Rangers to have let him go.
If Grachev got to play against Sweden, US and Canada (this is presuming that Russia wouldn't have lost to the Swiss with Grachev in the line up), it would be a good experience for him because the talent on those teams is superior to those of the AHL teams. Less experience, but definitely more raw talent.

It would be a worthwhile experience for him.

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