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03-15-2012, 02:55 PM
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Originally Posted by tserberis View Post
Frankly, that scenario is inconsistent and has no logic. Why???

If he bolts with been RFA with us, no Olympics for him. And KHL will circumvent the current agreement with NHL.

It is a WAR after that....
I think when the CBA negotiations are done, the NHL will agree to let its players play in the Olympics. Either way, guys like Ovechkin have said they are playing in the Olympics no matter what the NHL says. I don't see Sochi 2014 being a hurdle here.

If Radulov is fulfill the last year of his contract with Nashville, and then becomes RFA, it is perfectly legal for him to go back to the KHL. The agreement only covers players under contract. RFA players are allowed to sign wherever.

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