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Russia adds Zherdev. What does that mean?

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05-03-2009, 04:48 PM
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have the issues with he and kovalchuk been resolved? if so then he'll be a potent second line goal scorer. IF there're emotional issues still,... then this might mess with team chemistry
I have no clue what issues you are talking about.

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I hope he improves his play and soon.

In retrospect, perhaps putting Sushinky on the team instead would've been better.

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All this means is that Russia will have a higher shot total and more shots wide of the net.

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it nothign to do with there he was born it has everuythign to do if you has citizenship of the country you represent you can play for that contry. look at nabokov he wasn't born in russia and also he played some international games for country there he was born(kazaxstan) but in last olympic and in vancover olympic games and any other international competitioon her will represent russia because he has russian citisenship same happen to kasparites when he play for russia but was borrn in latvia or nedvedev he could play for canada because he has they citizenship but wasn't born there.

you also can see examplees of that in many other sports you can represent country there you have citizenship but wasn't born

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it nothign to do with there he was born it has everuythign to do if you has citizenship of the country you represent you can play for that contry. look at nabokov he wasn't born in russia and also he played some international games for country there he was born(kazaxstan) but in last olympic and in vancover olympic games and any other international competitioon her will represent russia because he has russian citisenship same happen to kasparites when he play for russia but was borrn in latvia or nedvedev he could play for canada because he has they citizenship but wasn't born there.

you also can see examplees of that in many other sports you can represent country there you have citizenship but wasn't born
Kasparaitis is a Lithuenian .

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it nothign to do with there he was born it has everuythign to do if you has citizenship of the country you represent you can play for that contry. look at nabokov he wasn't born in russia and also he played some international games for country there he was born(kazaxstan) but in last olympic and in vancover olympic games and any other international competitioon her will represent russia because he has russian citisenship same happen to kasparites when he play for russia but was borrn in latvia or nedvedev he could play for canada because he has they citizenship but wasn't born there.

you also can see examplees of that in many other sports you can represent country there you have citizenship but wasn't born

For a hockey fan you sure make Petr Nedved sound russian.

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For a hockey fan you sure make Petr Nedved sound russian.
that was good one

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