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03-09-2016, 02:07 AM
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What is this Ufa talk here? go talk that in the Ufa thread... and looks like you haven't never been in Helsinki or at least not in the past 5 years. for example restaurant/coffee scene is very good. Quite expensive though. Helsinki overall is a hidden gem and doesn't get the respect it deserves for audience that has never been here. Helsinki is a western city, Ufa is eastern. Maybe Omark just felt more home here.
Been to Helsinki in 2014. Nice city, but Ufa has better restaurants. Of course IMHO.
As for he felt more home, well it's obvious he would feel more at home in a country, where swedish is an official language, there are people similar to him etc.
However, there's a significant difference between "I feel more at home in Helsinki" and "I hate Ufa". I am not sure he ever said this though.

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Been to Helsinki in 2014. Nice city, but Ufa has better restaurants. Of course IMHO.
How long time were you in the city and how many restaurants did you visited? In average/cheap category the restaurants are mostly just average but if you are ready to pay more, there is awesome restaurants. Plus you can find good restaurants with fair prices but you have know those places and get hints from the locals.

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He actually hates you. His own words.
Where did he say that, curious?

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03-10-2016, 03:04 AM
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Jokerit have bought Rasmus Rissanen's rights from Magni.

Big D man who can play physical, have spent last 5 seasons in AHL.

http://www.iltalehti.fi/khl/2016031021245805_jr.shtml
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=17287

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Jere Sallinen signed with the Oilers.

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SYu club is known for providing really good conditions for players so they could concentrate on hockey only. Pihlstrom and Hartikainen mentioned this many times. Maybe some interpersonal issues with other players or coaches?
This is true, I know this for a fact as I visited Robert Nilsson when he lived in Ufa. There was nothing wrong with the apartment or the area, it was rather western looking. Can't remember where he lived exactly. I doubt Omark said he hated Ufa but he could probably have said something like he doesn't like the way of living in Russia. It's not for everybody... But as long as you are getting paid millions of Euros, it's worth it.

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This is true, I know this for a fact as I visited Robert Nilsson when he lived in Ufa. There was nothing wrong with the apartment or the area, it was rather western looking. Can't remember where he lived exactly. I doubt Omark said he hated Ufa but he could probably have said something like he doesn't like the way of living in Russia. It's not for everybody... But as long as you are getting paid millions of Euros, it's worth it.
Just btw, but Nilsson played in Ufa like 4-5 years ago. Ufa invested a lot of money in infrastructure since then(because of the Shanghai Club event). So, now it's even better.

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http://www.jokerit.com/joukkueen-runko-kasassa

The core/contract extensions atm. New signing announcements will come later (around World Champs). Some player(s) from last season could still continue: Aaltonen, Ohtamaa, Kozun. Brandon Kozun for example is thinking about next season.

Goalies: Riku Helenius (2018), Jani Kautto (2017).

Defenders: Topi Jaakola (2017 + option 2018), Jesper B. Jensen (2018), Arturs Kulda (2017), Ville Lajunen (2017), Juho Rautanen (2018), Daine Todd (2017).

Forwards: Frank Gymer (2017), Tommi Huhtala (2018), Jesse Joensuu (2017), Pekka Jormakka (2017), Tomi Mäki (2018), Atte Mäkinen (2017), Miro Mäkinen (2017), Peter Regin (2017), Roope Talaja (2017), Petteri Wirtanen (2018).


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http://www.jokerit.com/joukkueen-runko-kasassa

The core/contract extensions atm. New signing announcements will come later (around World Champs). Some player(s) from last season could still continue: Aaltonen, Ohtamaa, Kozun. Brandon Kozun for example is thinking about next season.

Goalies: Riku Helenius (2018), Jani Kautto (2017).

Defenders: Topi Jaakola (2017 + option 2018), Jesper B. Jensen (2018), Arturs Kulda (2017), Ville Lajunen (2017), Juho Rautanen (2018), Daine Todd (2017).

Forwards: Frank Gymer (2017), Tommi Huhtala (2018), Jesse Joensuu (2017), Pekka Jormakka (2017), Tomi Mäki (2018), Atte Mäkinen (2017), Miro Mäkinen (2017), Peter Regin (2017), Roope Talaja (2017), Petteri Wirtanen (2018).
More than one poster at Jatkoaika saying he's gone.

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04-12-2016, 11:19 AM
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More than one poster at Jatkoaika saying he's gone.
You never know, picked them for here:

http://www.iltalehti.fi/khl/2016041221405387_jr.shtml

Viime kauden joukkueesta esimerkiksi Brandon Kozun, Juhamatti Aaltonen ja Atte Ohtamaa eivät ole vielä ulkona ensi kauden kuvioista.

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As rumoured, Ryan Zapolski is the new number 1 goalie. Contract is 2 years.

http://www.jokerit.com/zapolski-jokerimaalille

http://www.jokerit.com/seuraava-askel-urallani

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=31225




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Joonas Jalvanti D
Örebro --> Jokerit

2 year deal

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=7951

http://www.jokerit.com/jalvanti-vahvistamaan-pakistoa
http://www.jokerit.com/kovin-odotuksin-khlaan

Has played few games in NT too.

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Official financial figures from the maiden season in KHL are in: http://www.kauppalehti.fi/uutiset/jo...ppiot/ZcH9ZvqU

13,4 million euros losses. 11,6 million turnover, which is shockingly small considering in 2010-2011 season in SM-Liiga Jokerit turnover was just over 10 million euros. HIFK's last season's turnover was 9 million euros. Operating expenses were 23,1 million euros, salary costs weres 12,6 million. Losses for this season are expected to be in the same range.

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Official financial figures from the maiden season in KHL are in: http://www.kauppalehti.fi/uutiset/jo...ppiot/ZcH9ZvqU

13,4 million euros losses. 11,6 million turnover, which is shockingly small considering in 2010-2011 season in SM-Liiga Jokerit turnover was just over 10 million euros. HIFK's last season's turnover was 9 million euros. Operating expenses were 23,1 million euros, salary costs weres 12,6 million. Losses for this season are expected to be in the same range.
Small money for Rothenberg & Timtsenko

Though how do we know it's all reported? Maybe part of it is in Cayman islands thru nordea's help or something (Like those guys needed Nordea).

Zapolski is great Goalie. Active goaltender, unlike Karlsson. Good active goalie is always upgrade for good % goalie, but Henke wasn't bad, I wish him the all the best and thanks for his time in Finland.

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Small money for Rothenberg & Timtsenko

Though how do we know it's all reported? Maybe part of it is in Cayman islands thru nordea's help or something (Like those guys needed Nordea).

Zapolski is great Goalie. Active goaltender, unlike Karlsson. Good active goalie is always upgrade for good % goalie, but Henke wasn't bad, I wish him the all the best and thanks for his time in Finland.
Have you forgotten that Nordea ditched them sometime ago already due to sanctions?


Harkimo might also have to sell his shares if he becomes even vice-chairman of Kokoomus and lands a cabinet position.

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04-19-2016, 02:36 AM
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Official financial figures from the maiden season in KHL are in: http://www.kauppalehti.fi/uutiset/jo...ppiot/ZcH9ZvqU

13,4 million euros losses. 11,6 million turnover, which is shockingly small considering in 2010-2011 season in SM-Liiga Jokerit turnover was just over 10 million euros. HIFK's last season's turnover was 9 million euros. Operating expenses were 23,1 million euros, salary costs weres 12,6 million. Losses for this season are expected to be in the same range.
Kohonen said that they got around 3.5M income from KHL (tv-deal plus other stuff) which doesn't show in that number so total losses would be around 10M.

He also said (which we know) that the sanctions hurt some deals. Companies couldnt do business with sanctions people.

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Kohonen said that they got around 3.5M income from KHL (tv-deal plus other stuff) which doesn't show in that number so total losses would be around 10M.

He also said (which we know) that the sanctions hurt some deals. Companies couldnt do business with sanctions people.
Do you have a link for this Kohonen interview?

KHL finished payments to clubs (tv rights) in Sept/Oct 2015 for 14/15 season. http://www.khl.ru/news/2015/10/07/237628.html

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Do you have a link for this Kohonen interview?
http://www.iltasanomat.fi/khl/art-2000001161307.html

Silti lukemat eivät anna koko kuvaa meidän toiminnastamme. Myynti on kasvanut merkittävästi, ja Viasat maksaa tv-oikeuksista KHL:lle eikä meille. KHL maksaa meidän omistajillemme ja he siirtävät sen pääomana meille, jolloin se ei näy liikevaihdossa. Kyse on noin 3–4 miljoonan euron summasta.

Ilta-Sanomien tietojen mukaan ruotsalaisomisteinen maksutelevisiokanava Viasat ei maksa oikeuksista kokonaisuudessaan näin suurta summaa, vaan Kohosen mainitsema 3–4 miljoonaa sisältää myös Jokerien osuuden KHL:n muista tv-tuloista.


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Have you forgotten that Nordea ditched them sometime ago already due to sanctions?


Harkimo might also have to sell his shares if he becomes even vice-chairman of Kokoomus and lands a cabinet position.
What would force him to sell his part of Jokerit even if he was the chairman of kokoomus? I guess you meant law in general but that's not enough, I think chairman can own a company. Link to law that you suspect would force that?

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What would force him to sell his part of Jokerit even if he was the chairman of kokoomus? I guess you meant law in general but that's not enough, I think chairman can own a company. Link to law that you suspect would force that?
It's not a law, I guess, but he can't be in any association with people on the sanctions list in such a high position.

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Jokerit will play an exhibition game against the Turkish national team. Jokerit's roster will also include "former players, sportspeople and celebrities".

http://www.helsinginuutiset.fi/artik...ttuuritoimisto

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Jokerit will play an exhibition game against the Turkish national team. Jokerit's roster will also include "former players, sportspeople and celebrities".

http://www.helsinginuutiset.fi/artik...ttuuritoimisto
Our ice "palace" can hold only around 900 people so I hope not many ice hockey fans in Turkey know about this.

At the moment I am not in İstanbul, but if I knew I'd be able to get a few photographs and signatures, I would go back for this game. However, I think this will not be the case because I am sure the place will be overcrowded - before me, there are many "authorized" people to "reach" players, meh.

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Two new forwards signed.

http://www.jokerit.com/anttila-ja-ma...i-hyokkaykseen

Marko Anttila (2017) and Masi Marjamäki (2018) joins the club.

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=4283
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=3209


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I havent seen Anttila for years. He is huge (203cm). I hope his skating has improved in Sweden and he says it has. I remember that he can throw some heavy hits. Hopefully we'll see that stuff next year.

Marjamäki, physical power forward and agitator with some skills too. Can play many roles.

Not wow! signings, but shows that Jalonen wants bigger and more physical team. Like that.

Rumours are that Gratton isn't coming after all, maybe he just follows Jokerit on social media because of his former Ässät team mate Marjamäki.


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