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02-16-2011, 10:20 PM
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Radulov to the Leafs

What would it take for his rights?

I think he'd love playing in the biggest hockey market and would thrive from that, like every other Russian.

PS. He set the all time record for points in a khl season

Once again, what would it take?

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02-16-2011, 10:24 PM
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Burke would never consider it. Plus, Radulov isn't coming back to the NHL.

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02-16-2011, 10:27 PM
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In the hypothetical sense? I don't know, but probably not much at this point.

In the literal sense? Not going to happen.

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02-16-2011, 10:44 PM
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depends on what toronto was willing to give nashville for a 30-40 goal scorer making 900k

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Burke would never consider it. Plus, Radulov isn't coming back to the NHL.
Yes he is coming back to NHL. Maybe even next year. Burke never would consider world top 10 foward in their roster?

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02-16-2011, 10:50 PM
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Does Nashville even have his rights anymore?

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02-16-2011, 10:51 PM
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Didn't he sign another 3-4 years contract with Salavat?

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Because he is currently under contract and suspended, Nashville has his rights, and one remaining year of service at an ELC wage, for the rest of Radulov's life.

That ELC ceiling is what is making it difficult for him to turn down KHL star money right now.

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Does Nashville even have his rights anymore?
They have his rights until they decide to release him.

Still has to play the third year of his rookie contract.

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02-16-2011, 10:55 PM
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Yes he is coming back to NHL. Maybe even next year. Burke never would consider world top 10 foward in their roster?
You know he's coming back how again?

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depends on what toronto was willing to give nashville for a 30-40 goal scorer making 900k
a conditional 7th round pick

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I imagine it would be a lot of conditional picks. That's about the only way a deal would make sense for both sides. It would be stupid for Toronto to give up a lot for nothing and it would be equally as dumb for Nashville to throw away an asset like that at a bargain price.

That being said, with Burke's reputation for character and honor and what-not, I doubt he'd be too excited about gambling on a player who walked away from a team, the players, the fans, and a contractual agreement.

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The best destination for him would be Washington, for obvious reasons. As a Caps fan, I'd be willing to trade a conditional 2nd rounder for him...and then put him on the top line with Ovechkin....

OV-Backstrom-Radulov

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Kulemin-Grabovski-Radulov

That would be a beast line.

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What would it take for his rights?

I think he'd love playing in the biggest hockey market and would thrive from that, like every other Russian.

PS. He set the all time record for points in a khl season

Once again, what would it take?

he just signed a multimillion buck deal in russia--it is reported there is no out this time around

so unless a team wants a fight they would need to "discuss $$$$" with his club team

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02-17-2011, 07:31 AM
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Didn't he sign another 3-4 years contract with Salavat?
I believe he extended his contract by 2 years. Technically, he signed a 3 year deal, but the last year on his previous deal is replaced by the new contract.

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02-17-2011, 07:38 AM
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Wait... Nasvhille still has this guys rights?

Man I feel bad for them now.

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I imagine it would be a lot of conditional picks. That's about the only way a deal would make sense for both sides. It would be stupid for Toronto to give up a lot for nothing and it would be equally as dumb for Nashville to throw away an asset like that at a bargain price.

That being said, with Burke's reputation for character and honor and what-not, I doubt he'd be too excited about gambling on a player who walked away from a team, the players, the fans, and a contractual agreement.

Yeah I'm not sure Burke would even role the dice on Radulov but its an interesting thought.

I would give up a conditional pick. Radulov's value is low simply because of the way he left and has stayed in the KHL. No team is going to give up much for him unless they know he is coming back and thats a long way from happening.

Say a conditional pick based on if he comes back. Make it a 2013 or 2014 pick for his rights. Its a 6th or 7th if nothing happens, a 3rd or 4th if he comes back and doesn't adjust. A 1st if he plays up to expectations.

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If I'm the Predators, I hold his rights, they're not worth much anyway. If he doesn't like it, tough, shouldn't had ran out on his team anyway.

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What would it take for his rights?

I think he'd love playing in the biggest hockey market and would thrive from that, like every other Russian.

PS. He set the all time record for points in a khl season

Once again, what would it take?
Such as who exactly?

I suggest Toronto gives up their newly acquired picks and trades two 1sts and a 2nd to get him.

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