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02-21-2012, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by txpd View Post
last i heard a khl team can wake up in the morning and decide your salary is cut in half or you are cut and the player has to live with it. its not like the nhl. hell its not like the nfl.

a 10 year contract there is worth what you got in your last paycheck
That's not completely true. Contracts have to be bought out just like in NHL, but that said, there are a few teams that can't pay on time every year. Chelyabinsk isn't one of them.

As a NHL fan, it looks scary to me, Kuznetsov's unclear comments, Caps struggles, seemingly bad attitude towards skilled Russian players like Semin, possible lock-out, chance of making serious money instantly at a home town club. Hope for the best, prepare for worst, Caps shouldn't make their next season plans with Kuznetsov in them, you should probably view him as a bonus that could fall into your laps like Vakoun this season.

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