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07-10-2008, 04:27 PM
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Transfer agreement reached between NHL and KHL

per TSN

http://tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=243045&l...s=topStory_nhl

Didn't see this posted anywhere.

Looks to me to be more of an agreement between the two leagues to respect each other's contracts, not necessarily a transfer agreement.


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wonder what it means for Filatov.

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Headline is pretty misleading. There's no transfer agreement yet, just a pact to respect contracts signed by either league.

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Should be interesting to see how this agreement is upheld in light of the reported Radulov singing.

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For Filatov, it should mean "no problems" to go overseas, i think.

But if the signing of Radulov by Ufa is true we can absolutely forget any headline about an agreement or a better time between the NHL and KHL. In contrast, that would in my opinion mean the real start of a "cold war"...

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Should be interesting to see how this agreement is upheld in light of the reported Radulov singing.
Does the KHL carry any precedent from the Super League?

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For Filatov, it should mean "no problems" to go overseas, i think.

But if the signing of Radulov by Ufa is true we can absolutely forget any headline about an agreement or a better time between the NHL and KHL. In contrast, that would in my opinion mean the real start of a "cold war"...
Yep! My 1st actions if i was Bettman would be to announce that NHL players will be forbidden to participate in 2014 olympics in Russia.

2nd action would be to place an indefinite ban on any player that leaves while undercontract!

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07-10-2008, 07:28 PM
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Does the KHL carry any precedent from the Super League?
Most articles are in russian, but from what I can gather from russian users on here the singing is in a Russian province and the RSL was replaced by the KHL.

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At the conclusion of the 2007-08 season, the Russian Super League was disbanded. It will be replaced by the Continental Hockey League (KHL).
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Most articles are in russian, but from what I can gather from russian users on here the singing is in a Russian province and the RSL was replaced by the KHL.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_Super_League
Yeah, I knew that much, but I was wondering if the RSL simply changed its name or if a whole new entity was formed and granted top flight status in the nation.

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Whole new entity.

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Yeah, I knew that much, but I was wondering if the RSL simply changed its name or if a whole new entity was formed and granted top flight status in the nation.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continental_Hockey_League

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But if the signing of Radulov by Ufa is true we can absolutely forget any headline about an agreement or a better time between the NHL and KHL. In contrast, that would in my opinion mean the real start of a "cold war"...
that would depend a lot on how KHL handles the situation. it seems unlikely that they would be informed about Salavat negotiating with Radulov wouldn't it (a question, not a cocky statement)? I still have hopes to see the relations between the leagues improving. This non-respect of contracts from both sides cannot continue. it's hurting the sport and annoying us fans...

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Can someone help me understand how there is an agreement and Radulov still was able to sign? Ive read this thread and the Radulov thread but there has not been any answer.

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