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07-04-2007, 07:21 PM
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Originally Posted by NYR94 View Post
You'd think someone who has been in the NHL as long as Nylander would have gotten the hang of this whole contract negotiating thing. But that doesn't seem to be the case. Whole lot of communication problems happening between Nylander and his agent. And the whole "Washington is closer to Sweden" excuse is bull****. It's not like he can drive home to Sweden after home games in Washington but can't if he's playing in Edmonton.
Take a look at a map and you'll discover that Washington DC is quite a bit closer to Sweden than Alberta. And there are direct flights--several times a day from DC as well. How many direct flights from Edmonton to Stockholm are there?

Edit: just checked the Trade Rumors board and discovered that Nylander never said anything about flying home--rather he said, it was easier for friends and family to come visit during the season (plus, winters in DC are much less cold and snowy)

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