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04-29-2013, 06:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Peter25 View Post
One of the objectives of the KHL is to grow the game. In order to achieve that the game has to be brought to new cities, to new areas and in some cases to new countries.

This will make the level of play watered down for a while, but if hockey succeeds in these new cities it will eventually benefit the KHL and the sport in general.

For example if Vladivostok is turned into a hockeytown in a decade it was well worth the expand there.
is it really necessary to expand the top level to achieve that? what about contracting khl while allowing for new clubs to come up through the promotion/relegation system?

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