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07-17-2013, 11:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Whitesnake View Post
Rychel, in this article, says he was lied to. Says that he was certain he was coming as Salo said he would have given the kid his release and then didn't. So it's one thing to not fault Salo as he only cares about his team....but it's another thing to give people some false hopes...

One thing is sure though....Rychel's isn't helping himself as far as this year is concerned....if he thinks Salo will not change his mind or even send him in mid-season....pretty sure that article won't help.
The thing that worries me most about this whole situation is that now Rychel and Salo are involved in a very public and bitter dispute, in which Rychel has now called Salo's reputation into question. Things like that NEVER end well, especially when its two proud former athletes.

The comment you made earlier about Salo finding him icetime as a show of "good faith" now seems like even more of a longshot given the heated nature of how this all played out. Salo could very easily bury DLR to spite Rychel, or refuse to move him even though the situation is clearly not working out.

This siatuation could potentially turn into two grown men fighting like little girls and a kid trying to make his way to the NHL suffering as a result.

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