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12-06-2012, 01:06 PM
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One more time, I dont say your point of view is wrong or so... I am just saying that there is another point of view
I also can't say it's completely out of the world what you mention but you have to see that only very few players stay in the NHL for many years. Guys like the Sedin brothers or Ovechkin etc., okay. But usually even good players stay in the NHL for only a couple of years and than they are valuable reinforcements for the domestic european leagues because they bring the game to a higher level, can give their experiences to younger guys. It's not all bad with that.
And what about examples of Lev Prague and Slovan Bratislava. Even them being in the KHL does not mean the best Czech/Slovak players of the KHL are playing in their native countries. They could chose any of the other teams, too. So where is the advantage then for Cze/Svk?
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