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09-24-2012, 10:42 AM
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Couple Preds off to play overseas and more EDIT: Rinne to KHL

I'm hearing that Josi is heading out tomorrow for Switzerland and Hornquist has already left for Sweden.

Also hearing that Blum is heading off to Milwaukee sometime this weekend.


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Provide me a link via PM and I'll re-open this with an edit.

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Hoarding Assets sent me a link. As promised, here is the info in a now-open thread.

http://www.ontheforecheck.com/2012/9...en-nhl-lockout

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Thanks, not here to bust anyone's balls or start crazy obsurb rumors, just here to report the most up to date new on the Nashville Predators.

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Can these guys playing overseas leave their European teams if/when the lockout is lifted? Can they just pack up and leave mid-season to get back to the Preds?

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Thanks, not here to bust anyone's balls or start crazy obsurb rumors, just here to report the most up to date new on the Nashville Predators.
No problem. We just have to make sure the information can be confirmed is all.

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Can these guys playing overseas leave their European teams if/when the lockout is lifted? Can they just pack up and leave mid-season to get back to the Preds?
The NHL has a transfer agreement in place with every professional European league (AFAIK). Once the lock out is lifted their NHL contracts should take precedent. Any team signing an NHL player has to do so knowing that it's a temporary thing, and the contract itself should reflect that with an out clause of some sort.

Of course, that's just me assuming.

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I am really hoping that somehow, someway, Weber and Josi end up on the same lockout team and play on a pairing. Don't see it happening though.

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Shea has $13 million dollars minus taxes and fees. I don't want him to get hurt, I'd rather him not play.

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Exactly. Hence the avatar.

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twitter (can't remember which writer-(Wyshinski or the russian puck daddy guy) had pekka signing to play in the KHL this morning.

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Rinne to the KHL.

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S__T Just got REAL. Now I'm worried

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A real goalie in the KHL?

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A real goalie in the KHL?
Oh ****, that team wins the league.

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Oh ****, that team wins the league.
no way lol

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S__T Just got REAL. Now I'm worried
Alex Radulov captains a team pavel datsyuk plays on. nothing is real. it is all a joke. just like this stupid lockout

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Hoarding Assets sent me a link. As promised, here is the info in a now-open thread.

http://www.ontheforecheck.com/2012/9...en-nhl-lockout
If Hornqvist and Pickard know each other, it is from Nashville's training camps. They didn't overlap in Milwaukee. Horny was here in 2008-09 for 49 games, but Chet didn't play in Milwaukee until the 2009-10 season.

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Any word on what our guys have done across the pond?

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Any word on what our guys have done across the pond?
Hornqvist tallied 3 points (1 goal) in 2 games thus far in the NLB.

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Any word on what our guys have done across the pond?
Craig Smith

He plays in the same line with a top-3 player in the league, Sakari Salminen, who is smaller but faster and more talented stickhandler than Smith. Anyway they are tearing the league apart.

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Any word on what our guys have done across the pond?
Cooper read my mind, a few hours after I posted this he posted an update on everyone and what they've done so far.

Anyone watched any KHL games on ESPN3 yet? (If they've started broadcasting them)

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Anyone else semi worried that Weber isn't playing anywhere keeping his game legs fresh?

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Anyone else semi worried that Weber isn't playing anywhere keeping his game legs fresh?
Are you also worried about the other hundreds of NHL players that have, or haven't, done the same? I'm sure he'll be alright. Probably skating on his own or with teammates in make-shift practices. Not the same as game action with adrenaline pumping, but he's staying in shape.

Since other updates have been posted, SK had a goal and an assist in his debut with Avangard, then scored the game winning goal in the following match.

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