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08-11-2012, 03:34 AM
Kane One
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Originally Posted by Ola View Post
Being a lawyer, I get itchy when you write that the trustees don't "have to" do something. I doubt the KHL (not being from the Dominion to start with) could play for it, but these trustees are obliged to follow a whole bunch of principles and fidutiary duties to ensure that Lord Stanley's intent with the trust is met. It's of course impossible to argue that putting the Cup away for a year in that sense is the best option if indeed a team did put in a challenge for the cup.

NHLs agreement with the trust is also doubtful, I would guess. It just ties the hands of the trustees to much, and I doubt such agreement is valid to be honest if tested under certain circumstances...
Apparently the trustees could allow another league to play for it if they want to, and the league would be their choice. So technically, they don't have to allow another league to play for it.

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