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02-02-2013, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Faterson View Post
Ah, the distance between Bratislava and New York is peanuts compared to the distances covered by KHL teams. Remember the KHL stretches across 10 time zones, whereas New York and Bratislava are only separated by 6 time zones. Since Lubo was able to play his KHL game in Khabarovsk (close to Japan) after flying in a day before, I don't see why he wouldn't be able to play against the Rangers. (On the other hand, Slovan did lose that game in the Far East, and generally KHL teams have complained about having to adjust to games in that particular time zone.)

I would imagine he would not be playing Thursday, he has to pass the physical and learn the Isles system. My guess is next weekend he debuts unless an injury occurs Sunday or Tuesday.

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