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11-30-2012, 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr Kanadensisk View Post
you've already shown in this thread that you know little or nothing about the KHL and I'm guessing the same is true regarding the differences between english North America and french Quebec. I would point out the obvious that most NHL teams are not in Canada but it is clear that trying to have any sort of logical discussion with you is a complete waste of time.
Well u cant compare Russia to any western european country. They got a different alphabet, they behave different and since Russia is a big country, they dnt need to learn english etc. French Canada is still Canada and they are also westerners. Ofc its alot harder for a russian player to adapt, than a canadian frenchie. The russian needs to learn a new alphabet, new culture (im not talking about going from Borscht to big mac, but russians behave in their own way. They need to behave in a more western way to fit in), smaller rinks, bigger arenas and english speaking teammates.

U should also know that the english language has been influenced by french, german, norwegian etc. So english is closer to french, than russian.

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