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05-02-2013, 08:57 AM
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Originally Posted by EbencoyE View Post
Korea has already improved tremendously in the past 3 years. Who knows what they're capable of in another 5-6.

They also added Brock Radunske (Canadian) to their roster this year after he played the necessary amount of time in Korea for Anyang Halla and gained Korean citizenship.

They don't plan on naturalizing any more players though, mostly because there isn't enough time to do so before the Olympics - nor enough interest from players who are skilled enough to make the team.
And you'll see the investment and interest in hockey in South Korea plummet after the Olympics, they are bolstering their squad now so they wont get absolutely ****ed over against the other nations at the games.

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