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12-09-2012, 03:09 PM
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Originally Posted by fedfed View Post
Have you seen me answering the question in that post? I just said that no matter what, KHL considers O'Reilly a free agent, free from any obligations to the Avs...
Okay, thanks. It was worth pointing out the difference between laws (of a country resp. different countries) and rules arising from agreements between leagues though. The categorial difference is often overlooked in KHL/NHL contract debates and both categories get mixed up.

Originally Posted by Legionnaire11 View Post
Radulov is the reason that both leagues now honor the others contracts. His case set the precedent, he was the last player that would be allowed to have a contract in both leagues.
Radulov signed in Russia mere days before the international agreement was made and the signing was only announced afterwards. I think that suggests the agreement was already worked out before the Radulov affair itself and his case was not the precedent for the agreement.

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