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11-14-2012, 02:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Yuri the Fury View Post
Maybe because there's a lot of things we're not informed about ?

It's a bit more complicated than the good people, Trotz and Poile against the Evil one. There were trying to negotiate with Radulov during that time also. Just take in consideration that in the end, Radulov said NO to Poile's proposition. He would never re-sign with Nashville, just being there to finish his contract and nothing more.
Not sure Nashville's management appreciated that.

Also Trotz didn't lie about the curfew story. IIRC He never stated that Radulov was partying, just he broke a team rule.
Fair enough. For the record I don't think it was a "good vs. evil" scenario. I believe that Radulov acted like a headcase during the ordeal (especially during the playoffs) and his play suffered for it. I also believe that is something that some people didn't acknowledge could be a factor when he came back.

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