Molodezhnaya Hokkeinaya Liga (MHL) - Part II
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10-30-2012, 07:42 PM
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Yes, but look at how the teams promoted from MHL-B are doing in MHL-A now. Aren't they pretty much last?
If they hope to merge the leagues some day, it'll be very important to strengthen B.
yes, but don't another thing that's killing non-affiliated with the KHL clubs is the draft. Not only they don't have the financing KHL teams have, they loose their best players too, which puts them at a huge disadvantage. Oktan has lost it's best player in the draft to Amur (Abramov) and Berdsk won the MHL-b with a bunch of 90's who couldn't play in the MHL this year due to age.
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