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08-02-2013, 08:04 AM
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i am confused, the news earlier were that Zakrisson is back to Atlant, did he not make it there?
Zhamnov said, it was only rights' holding for 1 year and he will play in Sweden 13/14 season
but looks like Atlant traded his rigths to Lev

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08-02-2013, 08:45 AM
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Zhamnov said, it was only rights' holding for 1 year and he will play in Sweden 13/14 season
but looks like Atlant traded his rigths to Lev
It can be RFA´s rights or conlict rights, dont know details. Btw, he is on try out, Lev does not need his rights NOW, if signs for season, it is another story. Of course, if Atlants still has his rights, it is too complicated stuff...

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08-04-2013, 02:15 PM
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Zherdev has finally reached Prague and started training with team
next Lev game will be tommorow (vs Lukko)

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08-05-2013, 09:55 AM
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It's not really a Czech team anymore. Difficult to imagine it would find many Czech fans. Looks like Lev owners gave up on that idea, and are positioning Lev as an oddity for tourists visiting Prague, perhaps, or as entertainment for Russian expats (who will perhaps be rooting against Lev while watching Lev's home games).
Please, note finally that Prague has 3 competitive hockey clubs and Czech Extraliga is good enough for hockey fans here. If they want to see Czechs in the Czech club, they simply go to Sparta or Slavia hockey game. As for me, I like the idea of go to see some TOP european players (Finns, Swedes...) a few steps from my house. I don't really mind that there is more foreigners than domestic players. What I'm trying to explain is that if I wanna see some Czechs in the action (despite the fact there actually are few..), then I go to Czech Extraliga hockey match which takes place in one of the best hockey arenas in the Europe or in the same arena as the Lev Praha plays their home games because I have that opportunity... To tell the truth I understand your point of view as you're Slovak and as we know, Bratislava has no other hockey club. KHL is international competition and Lev tries to be competitive. Deal with it.

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Please, note finally that Prague has 3 competitive hockey clubs and Czech Extraliga is good enough for hockey fans here. If they want to see Czechs in the Czech club, they simply go to Sparta or Slavia hockey game. As for me, I like the idea of go to see some TOP european players (Finns, Swedes...) a few steps from my house. I don't really mind that there is more foreigners than domestic players. What I'm trying to explain is that if I wanna see some Czechs in the action (despite the fact there actually are few..), then I go to Czech Extraliga hockey match which takes place in one of the best hockey arenas in the Europe or in the same arena as the Lev Praha plays their home games because I have that opportunity... To tell the truth I understand your point of view as you're Slovak and as we know, Bratislava has no other hockey club. KHL is international competition and Lev tries to be competitive. Deal with it.
This might be not the best comparison but: would Czech soccer fans not want a team with stars like Messi, Falcao, C. Ronaldo, Neymar, Van Persie, Xavi etc just because they are foreigners? The same should work for a hockey team.

I for example would prefer guys like Ovechkin, Malkin, Stamkos or Crosby in Lev Prague at any time rather than some average Czechs.

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I have the same meaning! I am season ticket holder of Lev Praha, and I am really looking forward to see those players in action for my hometown. And don´t care there are lot of Swedish or Finnish players.

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Who can make a lineups?

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Who can make a lineups?
I am more than sure the coaches themselves will only know after a couple of KHL games. Have to see who adjusts fastest.

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This might be not the best comparison but: would Czech soccer fans not want a team with stars like Messi, Falcao, C. Ronaldo, Neymar, Van Persie, Xavi etc just because they are foreigners? The same should work for a hockey team.

I for example would prefer guys like Ovechkin, Malkin, Stamkos or Crosby in Lev Prague at any time rather than some average Czechs.
No, I think it's pretty good comparison actually. That's what I mean.

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Zherdev has finally reached Prague and started training with team
next Lev game will be tommorow (vs Lukko)
Wednesday.

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This might be not the best comparison but: would Czech soccer fans not want a team with stars like Messi, Falcao, C. Ronaldo, Neymar, Van Persie, Xavi etc just because they are foreigners? The same should work for a hockey team.

I for example would prefer guys like Ovechkin, Malkin, Stamkos or Crosby in Lev Prague at any time rather than some average Czechs.
I don't think it's best to add true superstars into the comparison. A more apt comparison into name recognition would be like Stoke players. It's one thing to a have a foreign legion of superstars than a bunch of nobodies.

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I did not know that Zherdev, Vehanen, Mäenpää, Thörnberg are bunch of nobodies.

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I don't think it's best to add true superstars into the comparison. A more apt comparison into name recognition would be like Stoke players. It's one thing to a have a foreign legion of superstars than a bunch of nobodies.
You serious? If you call these players "bunch of nobodies", then something's seriously wrong with you.

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You serious? If you call these players "bunch of nobodies", then something's seriously wrong with you.
Compared to Crosby, Malkin, Stamkos etc. they are. I'm just arguing the level of comparison made. And yes, Mäenpää is a "nobody". Really overrated.

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Compared to Crosby, Malkin, Stamkos etc. they are. I'm just arguing the level of comparison made. And yes, Mäenpää is a "nobody". Really overrated.
Well. This is all kinda relative. Ask 1000 random people in the world who knows Crosby, Malkin, Stamkos, Ovechkin vs. Messi, C. Ronaldo, Neymar, Xavi, Iniesta and maybe 900 know all of the soccer players and maybe 20 know these hockey players.

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So I'm going to be in Prague next month September 4th to 8th (leaving late night on the 8th) and I'm interested in going to a Lev Prague hockey game. Can anyone give me advice on how to get tickets? Also how much are tickets for good seats (what is the ticket price range?)

Thanks in advance! I'm excited to see what the KHL is like in person.

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So I'm going to be in Prague next month September 4th to 8th (leaving late night on the 8th) and I'm interested in going to a Lev Prague hockey game. Can anyone give me advice on how to get tickets? Also how much are tickets for good seats (what is the ticket price range?)

Thanks in advance! I'm excited to see what the KHL is like in person.
Lev have a away game on 8. September. in Donetsk. their first home-game is on 17th.

http://www.levpraha.com/zapas.asp?sezona=2014

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Lev have a away game on 8. September. in Donetsk. their first home-game is on 17th.

http://www.levpraha.com/zapas.asp?sezona=2014
Oh damn. I totally misread that, I thought the game on the 8th was a home game. Thanks for the info lol.

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Oh damn. I totally misread that, I thought the game on the 8th was a home game. Thanks for the info lol.
in most of Europe the first team's name is the host, unlike NA where the first team is the away.

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Good to see a player like Niko Kapanen playing for Lev this season. Adds a lot of class + experience to the team.

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Lev Praha – EHC Red Bull Mnichov 4:0 after 1 period!!! Im curious if they outreach SKA Ives 8:0

Match has finished by wild score 10:5 http://www.onlajny.com/match/index/id/74140


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Hot news: Nikolay Zherdev out - because of the family, Mathias Porseland - trade to Admiral Vladivostok, Ryan O´Byrne in from Toronto.

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Hot news: Nikolay Zherdev out - because of the family
Wow.... Any news about where he's heading to?

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Good news for Lev, I'd say.

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