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If another NHL All-Star goes, should every KHL-team get its own subforum?

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07-18-2013, 05:43 PM
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If another NHL All-Star goes, should every KHL-team get its own subforum?

Yeah. So how much progress should the KHL have to make before HF are giving us the same chance for exposure as the NHL teams? I mean, we have a continent twice the size in population compared to north america here, and we are growing in confidence for each passing day. Lets talk amongst ourselves.

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I will take a wild guess here, and it's only a guess, but I think it will be when there is enough interest for it. A good start that indicates that could be when every team in KHL actually has at least 1 active thread about them.

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Honestly, there isn't even close to enough activity on the KHL board to warrant a subforum for each team.

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When threads of Novokuznetsk and Nizhnekamsk appear, it will be high time. Now a half of the topics would be quite lifeless.

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More of the major teams should have threads to discuss club dealings, call ups, injuries etc.. Some of these discussions aren't suitable for the general thread because they just get lost with all of the other crap then no discussions are carried on.

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More of the major teams should have threads to discuss club dealings, call ups, injuries etc.. Some of these discussions aren't suitable for the general thread because they just get lost with all of the other crap then no discussions are carried on.
Good point. Unfortunately i was drunk when i started this thread, but you have some great progressive feedback here.
Maybe they one day(Why not today?) can start with the more popular teams, yes. It's no secret that the KHL brass have started from a number of very well established teams and expanded from there.

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There is what, Donbass, Zagreb, Riga with their own threads?

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Jokerit has a thread here and discussion in Finnish section. Slovan, Lev and Milan in Central European section.
Top Russian clubs can feed there own threads, but not others, I guess.

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There is what, Donbass, Zagreb, Riga with their own threads?
Yes threads. But as you may have noticed on the front page of the forum there is a visible unique sub-forum for each NHL team. I realise this thread is probably premature, but a forum for each team would still be to acknowledge that the new league in town has arrived.

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When there's barely any discussion on some teams, then it's highly unlikely they'd do such a thing. Division forums possibly.

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Yes threads. But as you may have noticed on the front page of the forum there is a visible unique sub-forum for each NHL team. I realise this thread is probably premature, but a forum for each team would still be to acknowledge that the new league in town has arrived.
But when only four teams have threads in the KHL sub forum, then there is no real need for making an entire KHL subforum for each team

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But when only four teams have threads in the KHL sub forum, then there is no real need for making an entire KHL subforum for each team
Yes. There have certainly been a number of different solutions floating around this thread.

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The only really popular threads are the ones about Dinamo Riga and Medvescak Zagreb. I wonder though why there is nothing about SKA as in most threads they get a high percentage of coverage.

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I think it would be great just to make sticky threads for all the teams. Like it is at OHL forum.

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Not nearly enough activity yet. What I do suggest is moving Lev and Slovan threads to KHL subforum, they are quite hidden in the Central Europe subforum. It doesn't make much sense to be honest, Russian KHL teams for example don't have their threads in Russia subforum.

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The only really popular threads are the ones about Dinamo Riga and Medvescak Zagreb. I wonder though why there is nothing about SKA as in most threads they get a high percentage of coverage.
No one dares admit to being their fan.

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is there somewhere I can watch the KHL online?

Been wanting to follow, but never really knew a good place to go. I'm a hockey fan first, then a Leaf fan..NHL only cause my Leafs are there. So if I can begin watching and find a team I like in the KHL then why not.

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Not nearly enough activity yet. What I do suggest is moving Lev and Slovan threads to KHL subforum, they are quite hidden in the Central Europe subforum. It doesn't make much sense to be honest, Russian KHL teams for example don't have their threads in Russia subforum.
Absolutely. Both threads should be included here.

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is there somewhere I can watch the KHL online?

Been wanting to follow, but never really knew a good place to go. I'm a hockey fan first, then a Leaf fan..NHL only cause my Leafs are there. So if I can begin watching and find a team I like in the KHL then why not.
www.onhockey.ru
But you have to learn Cyrillic alphabet to figure out what teams play. Probably it is good idea to open a thread announcing KHL games with the links.

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Not nearly enough activity yet. What I do suggest is moving Lev and Slovan threads to KHL subforum, they are quite hidden in the Central Europe subforum. It doesn't make much sense to be honest, Russian KHL teams for example don't have their threads in Russia subforum.
You should try writing to mods about that. They could be willing to help.

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But you have to learn Cyrillic alphabet to figure out what teams play. Probably it is good idea to open a thread announcing KHL games with the links.
But since those are pirate streams, wouldn't that break HFBoards policy?

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But you have to learn Cyrillic alphabet to figure out what teams play. Probably it is good idea to open a thread announcing KHL games with the links.
Or you can, you know, switch it to english...

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There will be official HC Slovan Bratislava thread.

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But since those are pirate streams, wouldn't that break HFBoards policy?
I don't know. I think there is no possibility for people in North America or Western Europe to get normal KHL TV package?!

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I like this sticky thread idea like it's the case with the CHL teams at HFBoards. Would be interesting to see what teams get most attention by the users.

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