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07-02-2013, 06:51 AM
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Sprukts must be the most hated on player by Latvian fans ever,the hate he gets is immense

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07-02-2013, 08:19 AM
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Sprukts must be the most hated on player by Latvian fans ever,the hate he gets is immense
What have he done?

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07-02-2013, 09:20 AM
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What have he done?
Said no to NT once because he was "tired" he has been the target of hate since. Oh and he has stone hands and cant skate to save his life.

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Oh and he has stone hands and cant skate to save his life.
Yet somehow averages 1.5 one-on-ones per game.

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Schütz gets his money.
Well, in this case I am not really worried about Schütz (he could come back to DEL at any time) nor Kölner Haie (they were paid so that's okay for me) but for KHL's reputation. Where is the solid business plan for Admiral Vladivostok?

PS: Look that one guy in Leipzig 2 years ago wanted to do the same as now the guys in Vladivostok. He tried to create a team and to sign staff and players and then he wanted to pay them after the first money would come in. KHL back then was against it for serious questions about the business model but now in Vladivostok it's all better only because some big names are involved?

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07-02-2013, 12:28 PM
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Well, in this case I am not really worried about Schütz (he could come back to DEL at any time) nor Kölner Haie (they were paid so that's okay for me) but for KHL's reputation. Where is the solid business plan for Admiral Vladivostok?

PS: Look that one guy in Leipzig 2 years ago wanted to do the same as now the guys in Vladivostok. He tried to create a team and to sign staff and players and then he wanted to pay them after the first money would come in. KHL back then was against it for serious questions about the business model but now in Vladivostok it's all better only because some big names are involved?
Where is written that Schütz paid to Haie? I read club´s website which says about "mutuall agreement" if my german is good.

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07-02-2013, 12:39 PM
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Where is written that Schütz paid to Haie? I read club´s website which says about "mutuall agreement" if my german is good.
http://www.haimspiel.de/magazin/news...n-die-khl.html

Information by Haimspiel.de who have very good contacts to all Haie players and officials. Vladivostok didn't want to buy out his contract and now he had to agree with Cologne a sum for which he could leave. He will earn 500,000€ a year in Vladivistok - if they ever can pay him.

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Fedotenko to Donbass. Great PR move... Although IMO Zherdev would be a better option for the dough ie. younger, more better scorer.

Whats the latest rumour on Zherdev? Allhockey reported a while ago that he was considering NHL options, dont know if thats just agent posturing?

Skvorcovs was also cut today. Surprising to me because he had a good Nadezhda Cup when he was given some ice time, he's still a young guy too. Seems like a cheap option for the lower lines?

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Any more news on Burmistrov???

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Skvorcovs was also cut today. Surprising to me because he had a good Nadezhda Cup when he was given some ice time, he's still a young guy too. Seems like a cheap option for the lower lines?
As of depth players, Riga already has Bicevskis under contract. I suspect that Biezais, Upitis and M.Lipsbergs will be at the camp trying to earn a contract as well. Additionally, you have to fill the U22 spot, so there's not much space for Skvorcovs after all, I guess.

Last season Riga paid 13 of its players minimum KHL salary, and I bet all of Biezais, Upitis, Lipsbergs would be willing to continue to earn that for the sake of having a shot at playing in the KHL. Money is not the issue.

Additionally, Riga most likely won't have a proper farm club next season (Liepaja won't play in Belarusian league, Jokipojat has never been a proper farm club). Should Dinamo keep Skvorcovs (and others) under a contract and play them in Latvian league together with Dinamo Juniors (basically an U20 team)?

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07-03-2013, 06:12 AM
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finnisch NT-Player Veli-Matti Savinainen & Jonas Andersson -> Yugra

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33y old d-man Jan TABACEK was released from Slovan

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07-03-2013, 06:26 AM
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finnisch NT-Player Veli-Matti Savinainen & Jonas Andersson -> Yugra
Poor man's Leo Komarov. A new Finnish pest in the making.

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07-03-2013, 06:32 AM
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Andersson and Krivonozhkin also to Yugra

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Malenkyh was released from Torpedo (they have really too many D-men ...)

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Malenkyh was released from Torpedo (they have really too many D-men ...)
back to magnitka?

Amur releases Malyshev...Admiral or VHL?

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back to magnitka?
imo it can be Traktor ...

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Нападающий "Нэшвилла" Сергей Костицын с большой вероятностью проведет следующий сезон в КХЛ, сообщил агент игрока Дон Михана.
Great News: Sergei Kostitsyn will return to the khl.

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the hammer, tough defenceman Spencer Humphries ('92) is rumoured to Lev Prague.

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the hammer, tough defenceman Spencer Humphries ('92) is rumoured to Lev Prague.
New hammer for boring Lev ? Is KHL really so close to NHL ? I guess, no. At least, I don't like it.

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according to championat.com S.Kostitsyn singed 3 years deal with Avangard

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imo it can be Traktor ...
guess who was riiiiight?

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J-P Hytönen KHL-> Lausanne, NLA

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according to championat.com S.Kostitsyn singed 3 years deal with Avangard
now its official: http://hawk.ru/news_view.php?id=1067

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