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10-07-2012, 07:05 AM
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We were already talking about this in another thread..

After Bryz there isn't much aside from Hovinen who has looked pretty bad so far this year

And russians wont stay there. It's just posturing. If they stay in russia, they wouldnt be able to play in any IIHF international events like the Olympics.. Is a russian player going to give up a chance of playing in the olympics at home? Nope.

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