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09-28-2012, 08:36 AM
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Dur-Lockout Thread

Place for team related information and discussion during the lockout. Not to discuss the lockout itself, but to keep track of who is playing in Europe, who's practicing state side, potential injuries, and other such info.

Looks like Frolik and Rosival are the only 2 who have gone overseas to this point

http://www.fantasysp.com/player/nhl/...czech-republic

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09-28-2012, 04:52 PM
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there were some rumors about Hammer and the SEL

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Crawford gets the win in exhibition game in Quebec.

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/locked-...2133--nhl.html

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Crawford gets the win in exhibition game in Quebec.

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/locked-...2133--nhl.html
Hey he only gave up 4 goals!

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Tracy Myers reports that Hossa was on the ice doing workouts "on a high level".

CSN here

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Bickell is heading over. He'll skate for HC Znojmo in Austria.

http://www.chicagonow.com/red-light-...uring-lockout/

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Bickell is heading over. He'll skate for HC Znojmo in Austria.

http://www.chicagonow.com/red-light-...uring-lockout/
Znojmo is now guaranteed a championship.

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Bickell is heading over. He'll skate for HC Znojmo in Austria.

http://www.chicagonow.com/red-light-...uring-lockout/
They are going to love his "float to the top of the circle, wrist shot" move.

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Bickell's shot should destroy those goalies.

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Auld is one of the best goalies in Austria... so yes, he should score some goals

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Auld is one of the best goalies in Austria... so yes, he should score some goals
maybe that's why he went to Austria lol

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why not austria? Nice place to live and I'm able to see some games

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Hey he only gave up 4 goals!
great bounce back

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Znojmo is actually in the Czech Republic, but they play in Austrias EBEL. Vanek, Grabner and Nodl headed over as well. That's the only positive thing about the lockout...

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Viktor Stalberg signed a one month contract with Frolunda in the SEL.

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I think Duchene signed with Frolunda too. I read a few days ago Lundqvist may be signing there too. I'm glad Stalberg will still be able to hop across the pond again if the NHL starts back up.

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which NHL player isn't??

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which NHL player isn't??
I was referring to the SEL's previous attempt to ban any short term contract that allowed for a player to jump back to N.A. midway through the year if the NHL started back up.

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any word on Hjalmarsson? i find it odd he returned to sweden but isn't playing anywhere.

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I was referring to the SEL's previous attempt to ban any short term contract that allowed for a player to jump back to N.A. midway through the year if the NHL started back up.
Every NHL player with a contract will come back when the season starts... never was any chance to change this

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Every NHL player with a contract will come back when the season starts... never was any chance to change this
I wasn't worried about NHL players' eligibility as much as I was worried about their abiltiy to play in both leagues this year without some drama. I didn't know how the sports officials would rule on that stuff.

Anyway, I wasn't sure how long the SEL was going to be able to play their little game. Individual clubs were still courting players (allegedly) but the league was banning NHL players outright. I'm just glad they (players like Stalberg) can go back and forth like last time.

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Those teams have to pay insurance for those players. They don't really pay them money cause the aren't allowed to sign a "contract".
Players wouldn't sign a contract without a clause like going back to the NHL when it starts.

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Those teams have to pay insurance for those players.
I've enjoyed reading the ridiculous amount of money it costs to insure some of those contracts.

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They don't really pay them money cause the aren't allowed to sign a "contract".
I had thought the players do sign contracts and cover their insurance on their own. Outside of the KHL, do the other leagues vary in how they sign and compensate the NHL players? I'm unfamiliar with most of administrative rules in Europe outside of some of the IIHF rules.

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most of the leagues have limited numbers for foreign players. Most leagues pay them but they have to pay much money for the insurance. Many teams can't pay this.
This topic is really hard for me to talk about in english. Sorry

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most of the leagues have limited numbers for foreign players. Most leagues pay them but they have to pay much money for the insurance. Many teams can't pay this.
This topic is really hard for me to talk about in english. Sorry
That's alright, I struggle with writing in any language. I'm familiar with the foreign player restrictions (that change on a whim in some leagues). I didn't know that the franchises paid the insurance money directly. That's interesting, I'll look into that later.

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