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03-02-2010, 12:13 AM
token grinder
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Originally Posted by PredsV82 View Post
this is most likely why he could be had for a 2nd rounder, whereas a north american rfa would have cost a lot more.

i know we retain radulovs rights because he was still under contract when he left, but do we know what happens when an rfa leaves? if he comes back when he is over age 27 will he be a ufa? (because he will have the necessary 4 seasons in the league)
this happened with hudler in detroit

detroit qualified him, he went to arbitration and then the khl. detroit still owns his rights

i thought i heard if he did not go to arbitration, he would have been free to sign with khl teams and then any nhl team.

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