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09-25-2013, 12:34 PM
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Originally Posted by ozo View Post
NHL website has an article about Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk joining the league next year, and it will be a next step in an eventual creation of a Far East division.

All makes sense, but when you think about it more, you realize that in order to create such a division, that they (most likely Admiral will have it's team as well) will have to join MHL A, as Amur of course won't be kicked down, right? Also who else could possibly join there, as we need at least 5 or 6 teams to create division?
There's no point in that unless the division is supposed to be mostrly non-Russian. Even 3 teams would make 10% of the Russian MHL, and that's a region consisting 3-4% of the Russian population.

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