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01-26-2013, 01:37 PM
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01-26-2013, 01:42 PM
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Stephen Dixon, Ässät Pori->unnamed KHL club (they'll announce it themselves later).
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01-26-2013, 03:09 PM
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That would have been great for Zuccarello. One more to talk to in his own language.

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01-26-2013, 03:21 PM
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Norwegians can talk to Swedes without translation? (True for Slovaks and Czechs.)

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01-26-2013, 03:37 PM
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Norwegians can talk to Swedes without translation? (True for Slovaks and Czechs.)
No problem at all. They are more similar than people from Great Britain and North America. Or at the least it's just as easy talking to each other.
The Swedes are our sweet brothers. .


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01-26-2013, 04:03 PM
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No problem at all. They are more similar than people from Great Britain and North America. Or at the least it's just as easy talking to each other.
The Swedes are our sweat brothers. .
Sweat or sweet?

Good to know about the similarity. I'd like to learn Swedish one day (Ingmar Bergman being my favourite film director), so it will be nice to be learning Norwegian in the process. I have a Danish brother-in-law but I hear that Danish, while similar to Swedish/Norwegian, is a lot more difficult to learn (especially pronunciation), and that I might just as well give up rather than attempt it.

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01-26-2013, 04:30 PM
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Sweat or sweet?

Good to know about the similarity. I'd like to learn Swedish one day (Ingmar Bergman being my favourite film director), so it will be nice to be learning Norwegian in the process. I have a Danish brother-in-law but I hear that Danish, while similar to Swedish/Norwegian, is a lot more difficult to learn (especially pronunciation), and that I might just as well give up rather than attempt it.
Ha ha. Sweet it is.
Danish and Norwegian is very similar to wright, but a lot harder to understand when they speak. The Danes have a funny way to speak and a weird (for us) pronunciation.
But if you learn Swedish, you might be able to read those three Scandinavian language

We are way OT now,but Bergman lived with the Norwegian actress Liv Ulmann from 1965 to 1970, and have a daughter named Linn Ulmann together.

I would love to visit Bratislava to see Slovan play against one of the "Norwegian" KHL teams, Ska,Minsk or Magnitka.. Pragua was a lovely city.

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01-26-2013, 05:01 PM
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the Norwegian actress Liv Ulmann
I'm ashamed to admit I had no idea Ulmann was Norwegian.

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I would love to visit Bratislava to see Slovan play against one of the "Norwegian" KHL teams, Ska,Minsk or Magnitka.
Well, Minsk is here on Monday. We are terrified by Lars Haugen's stats. We just gave Koshechkin his 7th shutout tonight, and we may get burned by another goaltender on Monday. The absence of Višňovský and Sekera was painfully felt (no support for offence from defenders), and the new arrival Svatoš looked lost. It seems the best thing that could happen to Minsk was for Pekka Rinne to leave. They've been on a roll since, with Haugen in goal. Zuccarello and Thoresen both had great games in Bratislava (although they both lost!).

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Bratislava's Old Town is a lot smaller. Bratislava can't compete with Prague, or Vienna next door, in terms of tourist attractions.

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01-26-2013, 05:07 PM
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Swedish, Danish, Slovakian and Norwegian:
What do you think about CSKA-Atlant. Is it a time for CSKA to score more than 2 goals in a game? I would risk for over 5,5 in the game
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I'm originally from Poland and don't have problems with understanding slovak language and slovakian colleagues understand me when speak polish. Problem is with czech. It's more difficult for me. I catch maybe 40%

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01-26-2013, 05:16 PM
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Interesting, KHLbet... I heard other people claim that Czech and Polish are closer to each other than Slovak and Polish. They were probably wrong. I'm currently reading my first novel in Polish, and it's a struggle, although I have a good idea about what's going on in every sentence. Still, I purchased the Collins Polish-English electronic dictionary to assist my reading.

We've just discussed today at Slovan's game the rumour about Gdańsk possibly joining the KHL.

As to CSKA scoring more than 2 goals, I wouldn't bet on it! They seem happy with winning their games 2-1, 1-0, relying on the steady Staňa and Proskuriakov in goal. Tonight, it misfired.

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I heard that same but when I was going to Habartice and Praga-english only. I have slovakian friends and we speak half polish half slovakian. You wouldn't understand us
About CSKA: Atlant scored 5 twice in last 2 games...

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01-26-2013, 05:30 PM
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I heard other people claim that Czech and Polish are closer to each other than Slovak and Polish.
I think, it's individual. It depends, which border you have crossed more. "Není frajer jako frajer"

back to hockey : Atlant haunted me right now.


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We've just discussed today at Slovan's game the rumour about Gdańsk possibly joining the KHL.
nothing about khl on their website
they don't even play in polish league

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back to hockey : Atlant haunted me right now.
hard to say who wins, but I hope for more than 5 goals. Sunday game-hopefully they'll play for visitors.

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can we score, damn it!!! 30 shots on goal already...

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01-27-2013, 09:12 AM
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Atlant is still "alive", who would predict this a few months ago?

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7.Minsk, 47g, 65pts
8.Donbass, 47g, 62pts
9.Atlant, 47g, 61pts
10.HC Lev, 46g, 60pts
11.Torpedo, 46g, 59pts

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Definitely not me, I didn't even consider them for play-offs.

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my bad, not months but weeks/days

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Atlant is still "alive", who would predict this a few months ago?
thats great LOL

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Жамнов в панике...если еще кого продать так возмут же КГ
If they (Altant) sell more players, they will win GC

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Can anyone tell what Igor Grigorenko's injury is and how long he will continue to be out?

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1st Slepyshev´s goal for SY Ufa

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not gonna pretend that I´ve expected it

seen Atlant @ Slovan and was surprised by their good preformance, Mikhnov in particular had good game.

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01-27-2013, 05:04 PM
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Atlant is still "alive", who would predict this a few months ago?
I predicted this, right here on HFBoards, in one of these KHL threads. I'm too busy to find that post now. I based that prediction on Atlant's very good performance in Bratislava, despite losing here. I call them horčičáci (mustard guys) in Slovak, due to their away jersey colour.

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I am socked and ashamed that I am fan of Slovan Bratislava. Why? Because of this statement of official Slovan´s fanclub. I know, it is only a few people who have this opinion, but still.. it is an official fanclub of KHL member club!!! Hope KHL will react.

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Posledný diktátor v Európe vysiela svojich 500 súdruhov zo strany do "západného mesta", bývalý satelit Moskvy mu má zrejme padnúť k nohám, ale kontrarozviedka Bieloruska sa sekla a týchto vandrovníkov patrične privítame a tento celok i s jeho "fanúšikmi" vypískame!

Nezabudnite ale na to, že v tej úbohej krajine žijú státisíce ľudí ako my, čiže samotné Bielorusko za to nemôže, ale tí čo sa sem prídu pretŕčať za ich dane - tí áno a preto ich treba poslať do pekiel a víťazstvom si zabezpečiť takmer 95% šancu na play off!
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The last dictator of Europe is sending his 500 Comrades from his country to visit "western city". He thinks that former Moscow "satelite" city will fall to his feets, but belarussian intelligence agency (KGB) is wrong and we will welcome these loosers in our style, we will boo the team and fans!

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But do not forget that a poor country in the hundreds of thousands of people are living as we do, that is itself not for Belarus, but those who come here for their taxes - yes, and they therefore need to be sent to hell and to ensure the victory of nearly 95% chance to play off
MODs, slovaks here and posters of other nations. Just you to know, this is not my words! It was necesarry to publish this statement to know opinions of Slovan´s fanclub leaders. I know, it is a small group of people and therefore "clever" fans should make steps to "teach" them how to behave.


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01-27-2013, 07:04 PM
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What's the real situation? Can people from Belarus travel freely? Or is it only the "privileged" citizens?

(This was definitely the case in Communist Czechoslovakia, but I have no idea how things are today in Belarus.)

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