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09-16-2012, 01:08 PM
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Where They'll Play

For all the Wings signings for the lockout.

Khan reports Pavel is playing in the KHL. http://www.mlive.com/redwings/index....yuk_signs.html

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09-16-2012, 03:09 PM
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Zetterberg won't play anywhere because of his position in the PA.

Kronwall will most likely play in swedish second tier with his youth team Djurgarden, but he will wait for some time first to see if there's any progress with the CBA

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8 JUSTIN ABDELKADER --- Staying home (exploring options)
44 TODD BERTUZZI --- Staying home
24 DAMIEN BRUNNER --- Switzerland, then GR Griffins
11 DANNY CLEARY --- Somewhere in Europe
13 PAVEL DATSYUK --- KHL Ak Bars Kazan
17 PATRICK EAVES ---???
25 CORY EMMERTON ---Germany, Switzerland, or Austria
51 VALTTERI FILPPULA ---Jokerit of SM liiga (Finland)
93 JOHAN FRANZEN --- Staying home
43 DARREN HELM --- Staying home
20 DREW MILLER --- Staying home (exploring options)
39 JAN MURSAK --- anywhere in Europe
14 GUSTAV NYQUIST --- GR Griffins
37 MIKAEL SAMUELSSON ---???
22 JORDIN TOOTOO --- ???
40 HENRIK ZETTERBERG "A" --- Staying home
?? CARLO COLAIACOVO --- ???
52 JONATHAN ERICSSON --- Vita Hasten (probable)
4 JAKUB KINDL ---Czech Republic
55 NIKLAS KRONWALL --- Djurgarden, possibly Russia
27 KYLE QUINCEY --- ???
2 BRENDAN SMITH --- GR Griffins
18 IAN WHITE --- Staying home
50 JONAS GUSTAVSSON ---Staying home
35 JIMMY HOWARD --- Staying home, exploring options


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09-16-2012, 05:46 PM
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8 JUSTIN ABDELKADER --- Staying home (exploring options)
44 TODD BERTUZZI --- Staying home
24 DAMIEN BRUNNER --- Switzerland, then GR Griffins
11 DANNY CLEARY --- Somewhere in Europe
13 PAVEL DATSYUK --- KHL Ak Bars Kazan
17 PATRICK EAVES ---???
25 CORY EMMERTON ---Germany, Switzerland, or Austria
51 VALTTERI FILPPULA ---Jokerit of SM liiga (Finland)
93 JOHAN FRANZEN --- Staying home
43 DARREN HELM --- Staying home
20 DREW MILLER --- Staying home (exploring options)
39 JAN MURSAK --- anywhere in Europe
14 GUSTAV NYQUIST --- GR Griffins
37 MIKAEL SAMUELSSON ---???
22 JORDIN TOOTOO --- ???
40 HENRIK ZETTERBERG "A" --- Staying home
?? CARLO COLAIACOVO --- ???
52 JONATHAN ERICSSON --- Sweden
4 JAKUB KINDL ---Czech Republic
55 NIKLAS KRONWALL --- possibly Sweden, Russia
27 KYLE QUINCEY --- ???
2 BRENDAN SMITH --- GR Griffins
18 IAN WHITE --- Staying home
50 JONAS GUSTAVSSON ---Staying home
35 JIMMY HOWARD --- Staying home, exploring options
Abdelkader said he would explore European options depending on insurance. Gustavsson staying home is in part correct, I expect he will try Sweden. Would be surprised if Franzen was hanging tight have not heard much on his front, if Sweden changes their mind on how they handle the lockout I expect all of the Swedes except Z in Sweden to be honest. I also think I read that Helm much like Abdelkader would hope for some European offers.

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09-16-2012, 05:58 PM
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Abdelkader said he would explore European options depending on insurance. Gustavsson staying home is in part correct, I expect he will try Sweden. Would be surprised if Franzen was hanging tight have not heard much on his front, if Sweden changes their mind on how they handle the lockout I expect all of the Swedes except Z in Sweden to be honest. I also think I read that Helm much like Abdelkader would hope for some European offers.
Swedish Allsvenskan is open for business, Anze Kopitar just signed there in Mora to play with his brother. Kronwall will play in Djurgarden because it's his old club, Ericsson will probably play in the swedish third tier because his old club plays there.. Vita Hästen

Franzen's old club plays in the SEL and they don't accept temp contracts, he will take the year off

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I cant believe some guys just plan on taking the year off. How do the younger guys plan on becoming better hockey players? How do the older guys plan on prolonging their inevitable decline if they just don't play? It hurts them as hockey players and will hurt the team once hockey starts back up.

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I cant believe some guys just plan on taking the year off. How do the younger guys plan on becoming better hockey players? How do the older guys plan on prolonging their inevitable decline if they just don't play? It hurts them as hockey players and will hurt the team once hockey starts back up.
I'm sure most of them practice daily and stay in shape. In some ways it can be good because it gives the body a year to recover. It will probably lead to a slow start in their first games back but it won't take long for them to get back into the groove.

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09-17-2012, 01:34 AM
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This might be useful...

http://www.thefourthperiod.com/lockout_tracker.html

Is anyone else a bit disconcerted that so many have signed on so fast?

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One thing I was thinking about is that this lock out may actually be beneficial to Zetterberg who has had various ailing injuries the last few years. The extra time off may actually be beneficial to him a la Teemu Selanne during the last lock out. If he does indeed take the time off, that is.(He obviously could end up being out of shape or extremely rusty, I'm just being rhetorical.)

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09-17-2012, 09:24 AM
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This might be useful...

http://www.thefourthperiod.com/lockout_tracker.html

Is anyone else a bit disconcerted that so many have signed on so fast?
Not really. This is commonplace in today's NHL. These guys pay their agents good money to have jobs lined up for them elsewhere should they require / desire it. It really sucks because this is not at all a functional business model for any league, much less a league that is trying to add to their fan-base.

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09-17-2012, 09:56 AM
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Brunner will play for EV Zug during the entire lockout and not return to Grand Rapid, according to the swiss media. Pretty bad move from him imho, except he expects a lockout for an entire season

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Brunner will play for EV Zug during the entire lockout and not return to Grand Rapid, according to the swiss media. Pretty bad move from him imho, except he expects a lockout for an entire season
This is correct. He's probably right in thinking that there will be a lockout for the entire season. I just hope he still signs another contract to play here next season.

I think someone said it up above that the lockout and Z not playing would be beneficial to him, I agree. It will NOT be beneficial to someone like Teemu Selanne. Pretty sure that will be coming to an end =( . I'm 50/50 on this being good for Pavel, on one hand he gets to spend more time with his daughter. On the other hand, he gets to spend more time with his daughter and it makes me think he probably won't sign an extension after next season.

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I think someone said it up above that the lockout and Z not playing would be beneficial to him, I agree. It will NOT be beneficial to someone like Teemu Selanne. Pretty sure that will be coming to an end =( . I'm 50/50 on this being good for Pavel, on one hand he gets to spend more time with his daughter. On the other hand, he gets to spend more time with his daughter and it makes me think he probably won't sign an extension after next season.
Bingo bango. There was already uncertainty around him signing an extension, I think this could be the nail in the coffin.

Question is; Is Holland already planning on Datsyuk's departure? I hate to imagine this team without Datsyuk. Please spare me the Jurco-Datsyuk comparisons.

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Datsyuk isn't playing for AK now. Apparently they wanted him locked in for the whole season with no out clause if the lockout ends.

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Franzen would probably be open to play for Linkoping or HV71, but the SEL doesn't allow players.

Likewise for Zetterberg and Timra, but he would wait until christmas no matter what.

Kronwall will wait a while but probably not as long as Zetterberg. He's free to sign with "his" club Djurgarden already if he likes to. Another option is to play with his brother in Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, KHL.

Ericsson would like to play in Skelleftea with his brother, but that's in the SEL so he has to wait for now. He has connections with clubs in both the 2nd and 3rd tier leagues aswell, so he has options.

Samuelsson will in all likelihood not go to Europe barring a full-season lockout, wants to spend time with family.

Gustavsson has his old team in the SEL, but I could see him sign elsewhere in Europe aswell. There's nothing out there about him. For now he's training in Detroit.

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Abdelkader will be playing in a van down by the river.

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