Thread: Confirmed with Link: Matt Duchene's lockout adventure in Europe
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10-03-2012, 02:17 AM
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Do they just base that on where you were born or do you have to play in Europe for a certain amount of time? For example, could Landeskog sign with Frolunda even if they have two non-European players since he was born in Sweden?
Landeskog is Swedish so he is no non-euro player. You have to be born in a EU country, or a citizen in a EU country. Many north Americans get dual citizenships after tracking down old family ties to a EU country. Easier to get a job in euro league then.

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