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03-25-2013, 01:47 PM
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Guys it is not mistreatment, more a lack of opportunity. Prohkorkin would not have a spot if the lockout guys were still around, which likely played a large part in him moving to AHL. Grigorenko, yes he left earlier, but what were his options at time of leaving? He had outgrown MHL and there was no VHL for him, or spot in KHL.

Kucherov, was unaware about the surgery situation. Gusev situation I think shows lack of opportunity. He must leave in order to get KHL opportunity, which is a modified version of what I am recommending - that is, a system where if a guy feels he is not getting a chance he can move on to another KHL organization rather than wait for him to be "loaned." I guess we will see what happens to the next big prospect, Nikolishin.

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