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    Redman3693
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    List of NHL Players that have gone to other leagues

    Folks,
    I am compiling a list of NHLer's that have gone overseas to play during the lockout. The whole purpose of this list is to help those capping Euro hockey.

    Please feel free to make any additions when you come across them. ThanX in advance for your contribution!
    I'll do my best to keep this first post updated with the latest moves and relevant data.

    NO TROLLING PLEASE - JUST THE DATA!

    Here is what I have so far:

    KHL
    Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg
    Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg
    Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg
    ***Metallurg is off to a VERY fast start***
    Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow / CSKA
    Pavel Datsyuk to Ak-Bars Kazan
    Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg
    Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
    Niklas Backstrom to with Dynamo Minsk
    Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk
    Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Ruslan Fedotenko to Donbass Donetsk
    Alexei Ponikarovsky to Donbass Donetsk
    Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava
    Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga
    Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha
    Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha
    Anton Khudobin to Atlant



    Swedish league
    Anze Kopitar to Mora IK of the Swedish league's second division




    Swiss league
    Mark Streit New York Islanders captain to play for Bern
    Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette
    Joe Thornton to Davos
    Rick Nash is expected to join HC Davos as well. **not confirmed yet
    Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug
    Damien Brunner to EV Zug




    Germany
    Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins




    Players who are expected to sign abroad within the next few days.


    Anton Volchenkov (TBD)
    Anton Babchuk (TBD)
    Vladimir Tarasenko (SKA St.Petersburg)
    Andrei Loktionov (Atlant)
    Vyacheslav Voynov (Traktor)
    Alexander Semin (Lokomotiv)
    Logan Couture (Switzerland)
    Jason Demers (Finland)
    Michal Handzus (Slovakia)
    Last edited by Redman3693; 09-19-12 at 03:07 AM. Reason: data added

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    Here is article on it. Especially no cap hit for KHL teams

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/nhl/s...dus/57803212/1

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    good stuff buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vegas39 View Post
    Here is article on it. Especially no cap hit for KHL teams

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/nhl/s...dus/57803212/1
    ThanX for the update Vegas - I added the data from your article.



    Here is another article of interest:

    The last time NHL owners and players squabbled over millions, it cost them the 2004-2005 season.


    The current lockout has the same no-win feel for hockey fans, with one exception: The Internet is now much better at streaming live games from different leagues. Die-hards can log on to watch NHL talent from the present (minor-league pro hockey and the Russian league) and future (Canadian and U.S. juniors). None of this may compare to Flyers-Pens, but the leagues below will have to do for now.


    Kontinental Hockey League
    Best logo: Dynamo Moscow. The classic D logo stands out in a league full of busy crests.
    Best team name: Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod. The rest sounds baffling, but Torpedo alone makes it the coolest name in the KHL.
    Team to watch: Metallurg Magnitogorsk has already signed Evgeni Malkin and Sergei Gonchar, both of whom may be in action as early as next week. Pens reunion!
    Player to watch: Alex Ovechkin will be in the KHL, but it remains unclear which team he will sign with. Until Ovie's deal is finalized, keep an eye on Alex Radulov of CSKA Moscow. The gifted sniper hit a sour note in Nashville but led the KHL in scoring last season.
    Fight frequency: Occasional. Aside from the bullies of Vityaz Chekhov, which had the top four players in penalty minutes last season, KHL players mostly keep their hands to themselves.
    Season began: Sept. 4
    Where to watch: http://tv.khl.ru/

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    Folks,
    I cannot edit my initial post... will have to have a running update

    Please feel free to make any additions when you come across them. ThanX in advance for your contribution!
    I'll do my best to keep this first post updated with the latest moves and relevant data.

    NO TROLLING PLEASE - JUST THE DATA!

    Here is what I have so far:

    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno
    ***HC Kladno is off to a VERY fast start***
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Praha
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Oulu
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Oulu
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    ***Metallurg is off to a VERY fast start***
    LW - Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
    G - Niklas Backstrom to with Dynamo Minsk
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK of the Swedish league's second division
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki of SM-liiga


    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern
    D -Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug
    F - Damien Brunner to EV Zug
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA
    D - Luca Sbisa to Lugano
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel


    Players who are expected to sign abroad within the next few days.

    Anton Volchenkov (TBD)
    Anton Babchuk (TBD)
    Andrei Loktionov (Severstal Cherepovets)
    Vyacheslav Voynov (Traktor)
    Alexander Semin (Lokomotiv)
    Michal Handzus (Slovakia)
    D - Marek Zidlicky to sign with HC Kladno in the Czech Republic
    C - David Krejci to Pardubice in the Czech League
    G - Viktor Fasth will reportedly join Tingsryds AIF in Sweden
    C - Tomas Tatar will reportedly join SHK 37 Piestany of the Slovak Extraliga
    Last edited by Redman3693; 09-20-12 at 06:24 PM.

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    European league info


    RUSSIAN K.H.L. Widely considered the world’s second-best league, the Kontinental Hockey League is the present-day home to the great clubs of the Soviet era. But where once teams were sponsored by the likes of the army, the Interior Ministry and labor unions, today they are sponsored by national energy companies, regional energy companies and the billionaire owners of energy companies.
    During the 2004-5 lockout, Russia’s top circuit was called the Superliga. Vincent Lecavalier, Brad Richards and Nikolai Khabibulin arrived from Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay to help Ak Bars Kazan celebrate the 1,000th birthday of the Tatarstan capital with a championship, but it failed. Instead Detroit’s Pavel Datsyuk helped Dynamo Moscow win the title.
    In 2008 the league reorganized as the K.H.L. under the direction of the Gazprom executive Alexander Medvedev, with grand visions of expansion into Asia and Western Europe; the Kremlin leader Vladimir V. Putin even called the league “an instrument of Russian foreign policy.”
    Today the league has indeed expanded beyond the Soviet borders, to the Czech Republic and Slovakia. But it has suffered some catastrophic setbacks. In 2008 Avangard Omsk’sAlexei Cherepanov, 18, died of heart failure when the arena he was playing in had inadequate medical equipment. Last year, the entire Lokomotiv Yaroslavl team was killed in a plane crash, highlighting the alarming danger of air travel in Russia.
    Still, the 26-team league is the lockout home of Datsyuk at CSKA Moscow, Alex Ovechkin at Dynamo, Ilya Kovalchuk at SKA St. Petersburg and Evgeni Malkin at Metallurg Magnitogorsk.


    FINNISH SM-LIIGA
    Because of the impenetrability of the Finnish language to outsiders, few non-Finns skate in the 14-team league, the notable exceptions being Brian Rafalski and Tim Thomas. Still, it is generally ranked the second-best league in Europe and has produced the N.H.L. snipers Jari Kurri and Teemu Selanne and several star goalies like Miikka Kiprusoff, Pekka Rinne and Niklas Backstrom.

    The league’s most famous club is Jokerit Helsinki (yes, it means Jokers), but one of its most successful is Karpat, in the northern university town of Oulu. Karpat (the name means Stoats, a kind of weasel or ermine) won the championship in 2004-5 with only one locked-out N.H.L. player in the lineup. This time it will have at least two — Carolina’s Jussi Jokinen, a Karpat alumnus, and San Jose’s Jason Demers.


    SWEDISH ELITSERIEN
    On Friday the Swedish government declared illegal theElitserien’s ban on signing locked-out players to short-term contracts, so the influx of Swedish N.H.L. stars to the 12-team league is on.

    In 2004-5, almost 75 N.H.L. players spent the lockout in the Elitserien, including Henrik Zetterberg, the Sedin twins and even Zdeno Chara. Daniel Alfredsson arrived from Ottawa to help Frolunda Gothenburg win that year’s championship — although it was really the work of a young goalie named Henrik Lundqvist, who racked up a record .962 save percentage and was named the league’s most valuable player. Lundqvist, now the backbone of the Rangers, may return to his hometown club.
    Each year the Swedish champions receive the Le Mat Trophy, donated in 1926 by Raoul Le Mat, an American film director considered a founding father of Swedish hockey, and by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.


    CZECH EXTRALIGA
    Tight finances have dogged the Czech Republic’s top league for years, but it maintains proud traditions that stretch back to 1909, the year the first Czechoslovakian champions were crowned. Today, Prague is home to the eternal rivals Sparta and Slavia, with Slavia skating at the O2 Arena, at 18,000 the second-largest arena for hockey in Europe.

    In 2004-5, Pardubice won the championship, reinforced by the locked-out N.H.L. players Milan Hejduk and Ales Hemsky. But this time the marquee club of the 14-team league is Kladno, owned and led on the ice by Jaromir Jagr, and bolstered by Tomas Plekanec, Marek Zidlicky, Tomas Kaberle and Jiri Tlusty. So popular is Jagr’s team of all-stars that its debut game was moved from Kladno’s Winter Stadium (capacity 8,600, but with only 1,600 seats) to the O2 in Prague, where nearly 16,000 turned out.


    SWISS N.L.A.
    The 12-team National League A is a popular destination for lockout refugees, who have enjoyed the quality of life in Switzerland, as well as the traditions and lively fan culture of Swiss hockey. Jason Spezza will pay more for his insurance than he will make skating for Rapperswil-Jona Lakers, but he said he picked it so his wife and two young daughters could go, too. “I wanted to make sure I was playing in Switzerland,” he said.

    Joe Thornton and Rick Nash so enjoyed themselves winning the 2004-5 championship for Davos that they eagerly returned to the mountain resort club last week. (It helps that Thornton married a Swiss woman he met during the last lockout.)
    But it is the terrace culture at games that impresses most, like a soccer crowd taken indoors, performing elaborately choreographed chants and flag displays. Well, not entirely indoors: the rink at the tiny village club Ambri-Piotta is partly outdoors, but the cold does not stop its fans from waving gigantic banners celebrating rebel heroes like Geronimo and Che Guevara.


    SLOVAKIAN EXTRALIGA
    Less wealthy than its Czech counterpart, the Slovakian Extraliga lost its only big-time club this season. Slovan Bratislava, the flagship since 1921, jumped to the K.H.L., leaving 10 mostly small-town clubs to vie for the domestic championship.

    As of Friday afternoon, only one locked-out N.H.L. player had signed: Tomas Tatar of Detroit. He will play for Dukla Trencin — but only until the Grand Rapids Griffins’ American Hockey League season begins Oct. 12.


    GERMAN D.E.L.
    The 14-team Deutsche Eishockey Liga has long been a decent-paying, comfortable home for North Americans looking for a better hockey life than riding the buses in the minors. Eisbären Berlin won the championship in six of the last eight years, including 2004-5, when the Polar Bears were led by Olaf Kolzig and Erik Cole. But how can any hockey fan resist a league that includes a team called Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg?



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    Sept 22/12 updated list

    Jaromir Jagr team HC Kladno leads the list of teams stocking up on NHLer's, but some Russian teams are not too far behind. Sweden has loosened the reins & I expect to see some high quality players heading in that direction in the near future as well.



    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to HC Ocelari Trinec
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Praha
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice




    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat




    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim




    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg.
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
    G - Niklas Backstrom to with Dynamo Minsk
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo-Minsk
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev
    F - Andrei Kosyn to Traktor Chelyabinsk
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets




    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin




    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF
    C - Alex Steen to Modo
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF




    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern
    D -Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers
    f - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers




    Players who are expected to sign abroad within the next few days.


    Anton Volchenkov (TBD)
    Vyacheslav Voynov (Traktor)
    Alexander Semin (Lokomotiv)
    D - Marek Zidlicky to sign with HC Kladno in the Czech Republic
    C - David Krejci to Pardubice in the Czech League
    G - Henrik Lundqvist is considering playing in Sweden with Frolunda during the lockout

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    You know that the ghosts in the machine are perverted when they 'auto-edit' your post to add a pair of jugs!

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    Was trying to figure out why the fukk Kopitar would sign with Mora, made no sense until I read his brother plays there, will make them top contenders.

    Nicklas Backstrom (caps) has hinted he may go to Brynas (swedish elite league) if possible, and the lockout appears to last more than a couple of months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benandjerry View Post
    Was trying to figure out why the fukk Kopitar would sign with Mora, made no sense until I read his brother plays there, will make them top contenders.

    Nicklas Backstrom (caps) has hinted he may go to Brynas (swedish elite league) if possible, and the lockout appears to last more than a couple of months.

    I think Sweden is going to see a major influx of locked-out players after this ruling:
    http://slapshot.blogs.nytimes.com/20...da/?ref=hockey

    Ruling Opens Door for Lundqvist to Play in Sweden

    By JEFF Z. KLEINSweden’s top league, the Elitserien, has been ordered by the government to lift its ban against short-term contracts, opening the way for locked-out N.H.L. players to play in the only European league that had blocked their entry.
    The government Competition Authority handed down a decision Friday thatthe Elitserien’s ban violates Swedish and European labor laws. (Translationhere.) Any club continuing to ban locked-out N.H.L. players faces a $3 million fine. The decision had been expected since the Competition Authority general counsel, Per Karlsson, said last week that the Elitserien’s ban “can be repealed.”
    Earlier this month, the Competition Authority made a similar decision in connection to the second-tier Allsvenskan, and clubs in that league have been signing locked-out N.H.L. players ever since, including the Los Angeles star Anze Kopitar.
    Now the door is open in the Elitserien (often not quite accurately referred to as the Swedish Elite League in North American news reports), and ready to walk through it to Frolunda Gothenburg are three big-time N.H.L. stars: Henrik Lundqvist, Erik Karlsson and Loui Eriksson.
    The supertrio, as Eurosport Sweden calls the three ex-Frolunda players(translation here), have been talking to the club in anticipation of the Competition Authority decision. Lundqvist, the Rangers’ goalie, won last season’s Vezina Trophy; the Senators defenseman Karlsson is the Norris Trophy holder; and the Stars forward Eriksson is an N.H.L. All-Star.
    About 60 locked-out N.H.L. players have agreed to or signed overseas contracts, less than a week into the work stoppage. In 2004-5, almost 400 N.H.L. players played overseas.



    I'll have to get my hockey fix from overseas - no biggie though because it looks like there are going to be a huge influx of big names going over there. ----I'm glad that I have no cap on my internet bandwidth

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    Metallurg looks like they will have a good team this year

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    Latest Player list

    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to HC Ocelari Trinec
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice
    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau GmbH


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow
    D - Anton Volchenkov to CSKA Moscow
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg.
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
    G - Niklas Backstrom to with Dynamo Minsk -undergoing medical tests on his injured ankle.
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo-Minsk
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev
    F - Andrei Kosyn to Traktor Chelyabinsk
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk


    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica


    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF
    C - Alex Steen to Modo
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF


    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern
    D -Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers
    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta


    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers


    Players who are expected to sign abroad within the next few days.

    Vyacheslav Voynov (Traktor)
    Alexander Semin (Lokomotiv)
    G - Henrik Lundqvist is considering playing in Sweden with Frolunda during the lockout
    D - Alexei Emelin is expected to play for KHL squad Ak-Bars Kazan during the lockout.
    According to Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, Brynas IF is interested in signing Washington forwards Nicklas Backstrom and Marcus Johansson.
    The Swedish Elite team Modo, would love to have the Sedin twins back in the fold.

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    Great thread, nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xraygord View Post
    Great thread, nice work.
    ThanX Gord
    I'm using it to help me cap Euro-hockey & wanted to share it with other folks who are doing the same (I'm also 'Jonesing' for my favorite sport...).

    If you see me missing anything or find any errors, please let me know so I can keep everything up to date.

    Cheers

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    Redman3693
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    Latest Player list


    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to HC Ocelari Trinec
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice
    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen
    D - Michal Rozsival to HC Plzen


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla
    F - Sean Bergenheim to IFK Helsinki


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau
    F - Chris Stewart to Eispiraten Crimmischau


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg
    LW - Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo Minsk
    G - Pekka Rinne to Dinamo Minsk
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys Astana
    D - Victor Hedman to Barys Astana
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev
    F - Andrei Kosyn to Traktor Chelyabinsk
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk


    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica


    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF
    C - Alex Steen to Modo
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF


    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern
    D -Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers
    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta
    F - Brooks Laich to Kloten Flyers


    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers


    Players who are expected to sign abroad within the next few days.

    Vyacheslav Voynov (Traktor)
    Alexander Semin (Lokomotiv)
    G - Henrik Lundqvist is considering playing in Sweden with Frolunda during the lockout
    D - Alexei Emelin is expected to play for KHL squad Ak-Bars Kazan during the lockout.
    According to Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, Brynas IF is interested in signing Washington forwards Nicklas Backstrom and Marcus Johansson.
    The Swedish Elite team Modo, would love to have the Sedin twins back in the fold.
    D - Erik Karlsson could be close to signing with Jokerit of the Finnish Elite League
    G - Niklas Backstrom -undergoing medical tests on his injured ankle.
    D - Anton Volchenkov to ?
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    Latest Player list

    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to Liberec
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice
    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen
    D - Michal Rozsival to HC Plzen


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit
    D - Erik Karlsson to Jokerit probable for saturday*
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla
    F - Sean Bergenheim to IFK Helsinki
    F - Patrick O'Sullivan to IKF Helsinki
    D - Philip Larsen to Rauma Lukko
    F - Mikkel Boedker to Rauma Lukko
    C - Frans Nielsen to Rauma Lukko
    D - Kris Russell to TPS


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau
    F - Chris Stewart to Eispiraten Crimmischau
    C - Steve Reinprecht to Nurnberg Ice Tigers


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg
    LW - Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk *on appeal*
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo Minsk
    G - Pekka Rinne to Dinamo Minsk **
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass Donetsk
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys Astana
    D - Victor Hedman to HC Barys Astana
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev
    F - Andrei Kostityn to Traktor Chelyabinsk
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk


    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica


    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana


    Slovakia
    D - Andrej Sekera to Slovan Bratislava


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF
    C - Alex Steen to Modo
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF
    C - Mike Santorelli to Tingsyrd AIF


    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern
    D -Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers
    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta
    F - Brooks Laich to Kloten Flyers


    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers


    Players who are expected to sign abroad within the next few days.

    Vyacheslav Voynov (Traktor)
    Alexander Semin (Lokomotiv)
    G - Henrik Lundqvist is considering playing in Sweden with Frolunda during the lockout
    D - Alexei Emelin is expected to play for KHL squad Ak-Bars Kazan during the lockout.
    According to Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, Brynas IF is interested in signing Washington forwards Nicklas Backstrom and Marcus Johansson.
    The Swedish Elite team Modo, would love to have the Sedin twins back in the fold.
    G - Jhonas Enroth is anxious to play and a return home to Sweden could be coming soon.
    G - Niklas Backstrom -undergoing medical tests on his injured ankle.
    D - Anton Volchenkov to ?
    F - Patrick Sharp has a European spot in mind, but he's not ready to make the move just yet.
    C - Cory Emmerton is hoping to sign with a European club this week
    F - Gabriel Landeskog might rejoin his former team, Djurgardens of the Swedish Elite League, if this lockout drags on.

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    Latest Player list - I added additional personal stats to the list


    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno 19G, 39A for Philly
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno 17G, 35A for Montreal
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno 17G, 19A for Carolina
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno 3G, 28 A for Carolina / Montreal
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno 2G, 20A for Minnesota / Jersey
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno 5G, 15A for St. Louis
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno 23G, 16A for Omsk
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice 6G, 18A for Boston
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice 1A in 7 games for Columbus
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice 10G, 26A for Edmonton
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice 1G, 12A for Detriot in 55 games
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice 23G, 39A for Boston
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to Liberec 2.91GAA 29-28-9 .906 SV%
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec 5G, 10A for Edmonton
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague 2.82GAA 13-13-5 .902 SV%
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice 3G, 12A for Tampa / Philly
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice 11A for St Louis
    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen 2.05 GAA 11-8-3 .929 SV%
    D - Michal Rozsival to HC Plzen 6G, 15A for NYR / Phoenix
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec 3G, 10A for Phoenix


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu 4G, 9A for San Jose
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu 12G, 34A for Carolina
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit 23G, 43A in 81 games for Detroit
    D - Erik Karlsson to Jokerit 19G, 59A in 81 games for Ottawa (Norris Award)
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat 13G, 16A for HV71 Jonkoping
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla 11G, 31A for Boston
    F - Sean Bergenheim to IFK Helsinki 17G, 6A in 62 games for Florida
    F - Patrick O'Sullivan to IKF Helsinki 17G, 30A in 66 games for Phoenix & AHL
    D - Philip Larsen to Rauma Lukko 4G, 17A in 67 games between Dallas / Texas
    F - Mikkel Boedker to Rauma Lukko 11G, 13A in 82 games with Phoenix
    C - Frans Nielsen to Rauma Lukko 17G, 30A in 82 games for NYI
    D - Kris Russell to TPS 6G, 6A in 55 games between Columbus / St louis


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins 5G, 21A for Buffalo
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim 5G, 18A for Boston
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau 28G, 21A for Philly
    F - Chris Stewart to Eispiraten Crimmischau 15G, 15A for St Louis
    C - Steve Reinprecht to Nurnberg Ice Tigers 13G, 30A for AHL Chicago


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 50G, 59A for Pittsburgh
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 5G, 30A for Ottawa
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 7G, 21A for Toronto
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow 19G, 48A for Detroit
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow 2.48GAA 33-16-7 .909SV%
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow 28G, 42A for Ufa Salavat Yulayev / Nashville
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg 37G, 46A for Jersey
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg 23G, 24A in 54 games in KHL
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg 3.02GAA 14-10-2 .898SV%
    LW - Alexander Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow 38G, 27A for Washington
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 31G, 38A in 42 games in OHL
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to Dinamo Minsk 23G, 28A for Toronto
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo Minsk 11G, 16A for Winnipeg
    G - Pekka Rinne to Dinamo Minsk 2.39GAA 43-18-8 .922SV%
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 2.59GAA 26-24-3 .913SV%
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 16G, 20A for NYR
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 4G, 24A for Florida
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk 9G, 11A for NYR
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk 14G, 29A for Carolina / Jersey
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass Donetsk 2G, 8A in 32 games for Calgary
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava 6G, 21A for Anaheim
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga 9G, 8A for Bingo / Ottawa
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha 18G, 31A for Philly
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha 25G, 25A for Detroit
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant 2.61 GAA 21-19-3 .919SV% for Prov Bruins AHL
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys Astana 15G, 20A for Winnipeg
    D - Victor Hedman to HC Barys Astana 5G, 18A for Tampa
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev 11G, 10A in 42 games for NHL/AHL/KHL
    F - Andrei Kostityn to Traktor Chelyabinsk 16G, 20A for Mont. / Nashv
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets 17G, 41A for Nashv / AHL
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk 7G, 25A for Columbus


    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica 17G, 7A for San Jose
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin 24G, 34A for Grand Rapids AHL
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica 52G, 47A in 08/09 season
    D - Andrej Sekera to Slovan Bratislava 3G, 10A for Buffalo


    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana 1G, 3A FOr Detroit / AHL


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK 25G, 51A for LA
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki 6G, 7A for Edmonton / AHL
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF 27G, 16A for Nashville
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF 4A for San Jose
    C - Alex Steen to Modo 15G, 13A in 43 games for St Louis
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras 19G, 19A for St Louis
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF
    C - Mike Santorelli to Tingsyrd AIF 9G, 2A for Florida
    F - Matt Read to Sodertalje 24G, 23A for Philly


    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern 7G, 40A for NYI
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern 6G, 14A vor Nashville / AHL
    D - Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette 4G, 14A for Montreal
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette 31G, 34A for San Jose
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos 18G, 59A for San Jose
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos 30G, 29A for Columbus ***shoulder injury is a bruised bone. He's considered day-to-day for now.
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug 3G, 13A for Montreal
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug 24G, 36A in 45 games for Swiww league
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers 34G, 50A for Ottawa
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano 5G, 19A for Anaheim
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel 29G, 38A for Boston
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers 3G, 20A for Minnesota
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers 15G, 19A in 48 games for Buffalo
    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta 33G, 32A for Montreal
    F - Brooks Laich to Kloten Flyers 16G, 25A for Washington


    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers 9G, 7A for Carolina

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    who cares....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackroc78 View Post
    who cares....
    Obviously some folks do as the thread has been viewed over 1100 times.


    Do you have something to contribute, or are you just being a smart-ass?

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    Latest Player list Oct 3 - 9:48 AM --112 players have crossed the pond to play so far.

    Austria
    F - Bryan Bickell to Orli Znojmo 9G, 15A for Chicago
    F - Andreas Nodl to HC Innsbruck 3G, 5A for Philly / Carolina
    D - Corey Potter to Vienna Capitals 4G, 17A for Edmonton

    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno 19G, 39A for Philly
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno 17G, 35A for Montreal
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno 17G, 19A for Carolina
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno 3G, 28 A for Carolina / Montreal
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno 2G, 20A for Minnesota / Jersey
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno 5G, 15A for St. Louis
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno 23G, 16A for Omsk
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice 6G, 18A for Boston
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice 1A in 7 games for Columbus
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice 10G, 26A for Edmonton
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice 1G, 12A for Detriot in 55 games
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice 23G, 39A for Boston
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec 3G, 10A for Phoenix
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to Liberec 2.91GAA 29-28-9 .906 SV%
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec 5G, 10A for Edmonton
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague 2.82GAA 13-13-5 .902 SV%
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice 3G, 12A for Tampa / Philly
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice 11A for St Louis
    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen 2.05 GAA 11-8-3 .929 SV%
    D - Michal Rozsival to HC Plzen 6G, 15A for NYR / Phoenix

    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu 4G, 9A for San Jose
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu 12G, 34A for Carolina
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit 23G, 43A in 81 games for Detroit
    D - Erik Karlsson to Jokerit 19G, 59A in 81 games for Ottawa (Norris Award)
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat 13G, 16A for HV71 Jonkoping
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla 11G, 31A for Boston
    F - Sean Bergenheim to IFK Helsinki 17G, 6A in 62 games for Florida
    F - Patrick O'Sullivan to IKF Helsinki 17G, 30A in 66 games for Phoenix & AHL
    D - Philip Larsen to Rauma Lukko 4G, 17A in 67 games between Dallas / Texas
    F - Mikkel Boedker to Rauma Lukko 11G, 13A in 82 games with Phoenix
    C - Frans Nielsen to Rauma Lukko 17G, 30A in 82 games for NYI
    D - Kris Russell to TPS Turku 6G, 6A in 55 games between Columbus / St louis ***Injured - undisclosed
    F - Lauri Korpikoski to TPS Turku 17G, 20A for Phoenix
    C - Craig Smith to KalPa 14G, 22A for Nashville

    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins 5G, 21A for Buffalo
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim 5G, 18A for Boston
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau 28G, 21A for Philly
    F - Chris Stewart to Eispiraten Crimmischau 15G, 15A for St Louis
    C - Steve Reinprecht to Nurnberg Ice Tigers 13G, 30A for AHL Chicago
    C - Jamie Benn to Hamburg Freezers 26G, 37A for Dallas

    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 50G, 59A for Pittsburgh
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 5G, 30A for Ottawa
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 7G, 21A for Toronto
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow 19G, 48A for Detroit
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow 2.48GAA 33-16-7 .909SV%
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow 28G, 42A for Ufa Salavat Yulayev / Nashville
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to CSKA Moscow 23G, 28A for Toronto
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg 37G, 46A for Jersey
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg 23G, 24A in 54 games in KHL
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg 3.02GAA 14-10-2 .898SV%
    LW - Alexander Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow 38G, 27A for Washington
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 31G, 38A in 42 games in OHL
    C - Evander Kane to Dinamo Minsk 30G, 27A for Winnipeg
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo Minsk 11G, 16A for Winnipeg
    G - Pekka Rinne to Dinamo Minsk 2.39GAA 43-18-8 .922SV%
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 2.59GAA 26-24-3 .913SV%
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 16G, 20A for NYR
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 4G, 24A for Florida
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk 9G, 11A for NYR
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk 14G, 29A for Carolina / Jersey
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass Donetsk 2G, 8A in 32 games for Calgary
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava 6G, 21A for Anaheim
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga 9G, 8A for Bingo / Ottawa
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha 18G, 31A for Philly
    C - Jiri Hudler to Lev Praha 25G, 25A for Detroit
    D - Zdeno Chara to Lev Praha 12G, 40A for Boston **Playing by the w/e**
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant 2.61 GAA 21-19-3 .919SV% for Prov Bruins AHL
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys Astana 15G, 20A for Winnipeg
    D - Victor Hedman to HC Barys Astana 5G, 18A for Tampa
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev 11G, 10A in 42 games for NHL/AHL/KHL
    F - Andrei Kosyn to Traktor Chelyabinsk 16G, 20A for Mont. / Nashv
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets 17G, 41A for Nashv / AHL
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk 7G, 25A for Columbus

    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica 17G, 7A for San Jose
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin 24G, 34A for Grand Rapids AHL
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica 52G, 47A in 08/09 season
    D - Andrej Sekera to Slovan Bratislava 3G, 10A for Buffalo

    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana 1G, 3A FOr Detroit / AHL

    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK 25G, 51A for LA
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki 6G, 7A for Edmonton / AHL
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF 27G, 16A for Nashville
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF 4A for San Jose
    C - Alex Steen to Modo 15G, 13A in 43 games for St Louis
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras 19G, 19A for St Louis
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF
    C - Mike Santorelli to Tingsyrd AIF 9G, 2A for Florida
    F - Matt Read to Sodertalje 24G, 23A for Philly
    C - Matt Duchene to Frolunda 14G, 14A for Colorado
    D - Cody Franson to Brynas 5G, 16A for Toronto

    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern 7G, 40A for NYI
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern 6G, 14A vor Nashville / AHL
    D - Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette 4G, 14A for Montreal
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette 31G, 34A for San Jose
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos 18G, 59A for San Jose
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos 30G, 29A for Columbus ***shoulder injury is a bruised bone. He's considered day-to-day for now.
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug 3G, 13A for Montreal
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug 24G, 36A in 45 games for Swiww league
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers 34G, 50A for Ottawa
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano 5G, 19A for Anaheim
    F - Patrice Bergeron to HC Lugano 21G, 14A for Boston
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel 29G, 38A for Boston
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers 3G, 20A for Minnesota
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers 15G, 19A in 48 games for Buffalo
    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta 33G, 32A for Montreal
    F - Brooks Laich to Kloten Flyers 16G, 25A for Washington
    F - Patric Hornqvist to HC Red Ice SA 27G, 16A for Nashville

    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers 9G, 7A for Carolina
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    Latest Player list Oct 5 - 8:56 AM --126 players have crossed the pond to play so far. 14 more since last update. Some very big names have left. The League is losing


    Austria
    F - Bryan Bickell to Orli Znojmo 9G, 15A for Chicago
    F - Andreas Nodl to HC Innsbruck 3G, 5A for Philly / Carolina
    D - Corey Potter to Vienna Capitals 4G, 17A for Edmonton
    F - Michael Grabner to EC Villacher SV 20G, 12A for NYI


    Czech League
    RW - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno 19G, 39A for Philly
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno 17G, 35A for Montreal
    LW - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno 17G, 19A for Carolina
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno 3G, 28 A for Carolina / Montreal
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno 2G, 20A for Minnesota / Jersey
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno 5G, 15A for St. Louis
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno 23G, 16A for Omsk
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice 6G, 18A for Boston
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice 1A in 7 games for Columbus
    RW - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice 10G, 26A for Edmonton
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice 1G, 12A for Detriot in 55 games
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice 23G, 39A for Boston
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec 3G, 10A for Phoenix
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to Liberec 2.91GAA 29-28-9 .906 SV%
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec 5G, 10A for Edmonton
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    D - Milan Jurcina to Chomutov 3G, 8A for NYI
    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague 2.82GAA 13-13-5 .902 SV%
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice 3G, 12A for Tampa / Philly
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice 11A for St Louis
    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen 2.05 GAA 11-8-3 .929 SV%
    D - Michal Rozsival to HC Plzen 6G, 15A for NYR / Phoenix


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu 4G, 9A for San Jose
    LW - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu 12G, 34A for Carolina
    LW - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit 23G, 43A in 81 games for Detroit
    D - Erik Karlsson to Jokerit 19G, 59A in 81 games for Ottawa (Norris Award)
    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat 13G, 16A for HV71 Jonkoping
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla 11G, 31A for Boston
    F - Sean Bergenheim to IFK Helsinki 17G, 6A in 62 games for Florida
    F - Patrick O'Sullivan to IKF Helsinki 17G, 30A in 66 games for Phoenix & AHL
    D - Philip Larsen to Rauma Lukko 4G, 17A in 67 games between Dallas / Texas
    F - Mikkel Boedker to Rauma Lukko 11G, 13A in 82 games with Phoenix
    C - Frans Nielsen to Rauma Lukko 17G, 30A in 82 games for NYI
    D - Kris Russell to TPS Turku 6G, 6A in 55 games between Columbus / St louis ***Injured - undisclosed
    F - Lauri Korpikoski to TPS Turku 17G, 20A for Phoenix
    D - Alec Martinez to TPS Turku 6G, 6A for LA
    C - Craig Smith to KalPa 14G, 22A for Nashville
    F - Tommy Wingels to KooKoo 16G, 14A For San Jose & their AHL club
    G - Antti Niemi to Pelicans Lahti 2.42GAA 34-22-9 .914SV%


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins 5G, 21A for Buffalo
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim 5G, 18A for Boston
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau 28G, 21A for Philly
    F - Chris Stewart to Eispiraten Crimmischau 15G, 15A for St Louis
    C - Steve Reinprecht to Nurnberg Ice Tigers 13G, 30A for AHL Chicago
    C - Jamie Benn to Hamburg Freezers 26G, 37A for Dallas
    C - Claude Giroux to Eisbaren Berlin 28G, 65A for Philly
    C - Daniel Briere to Eisbaren Berlin 16G, 33A for Philly
    F - T.J. Galiardi to Bietigheim Steelers 9G, 6A for Colorado / San Jose


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 50G, 59A for Pittsburgh
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 5G, 30A for Ottawa
    LW - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 7G, 21A for Toronto
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow 19G, 48A for Detroit
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow 2.48GAA 33-16-7 .909SV%
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow 28G, 42A for Ufa Salavat Yulayev / Nashville
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to CSKA Moscow 23G, 28A for Toronto
    LW - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg 37G, 46A for Jersey
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg 23G, 24A in 54 games in KHL
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg 3.02GAA 14-10-2 .898SV%
    LW - Alexander Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow 38G, 27A for Washington
    RW - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 31G, 38A in 42 games in OHL
    C - Evander Kane to Dinamo Minsk 30G, 27A for Winnipeg
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo Minsk 11G, 16A for Winnipeg
    G - Pekka Rinne to Dinamo Minsk 2.39GAA 43-18-8 .922SV%
    F - Joe Pavelski to Dinamo Minsk 31G, 30A for San Jose
    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 2.59GAA 26-24-3 .913SV%
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 16G, 20A for NYR
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 4G, 24A for Florida
    LW - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk 9G, 11A for NYR
    RW - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk 14G, 29A for Carolina / Jersey
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass Donetsk 2G, 8A in 32 games for Calgary
    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava 6G, 21A for Anaheim
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga 9G, 8A for Bingo / Ottawa
    RW - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha 18G, 31A for Philly
    D - Zdeno Chara to Lev Praha 12G, 40A for Boston **Playing by the w/e**
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant 2.61 GAA 21-19-3 .919SV% for Prov Bruins AHL
    RW - Nik Antropov to HC Barys Astana 15G, 20A for Winnipeg
    D - Victor Hedman to HC Barys Astana 5G, 18A for Tampa
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev 11G, 10A in 42 games for NHL/AHL/KHL
    F - Andrei Kostityn to Traktor Chelyabinsk 16G, 20A for Mont. / Nashv
    F - Andrei Loktionov to Severstal Cherepovets 17G, 41A for Nashv / AHL
    C - Tom Wandell to Severstal Cherepovets 6G, 9A for Dallas
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk 7G, 25A for Columbus
    D - Anton Volchenkov to Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 2G, 9A for New Jersey
    D - Andrei Markov to Vityaz Chekhov 3A for Montreal in 13 games


    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica 17G, 7A for San Jose
    LW - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin 24G, 34A for Grand Rapids AHL
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica 52G, 47A in 08/09 season
    D - Andrej Sekera to Slovan Bratislava 3G, 10A for Buffalo


    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana 1G, 3A FOr Detroit / AHL


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK 25G, 51A for LA
    F - Lennart Petrell to HIFK Helsinki 6G, 7A for Edmonton / AHL
    RW - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF 27G, 16A for Nashville
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF 4A for San Jose
    F - Gabriel Landeskog to Djurgardens 22G, 30A for Colorado
    C - Alex Steen to Modo 15G, 13A in 43 games for St Louis
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras 19G, 19A for St Louis
    C - Mikael Backlund to Vasteras 4G, 7A for Calgary in 41 games
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF
    C - Mike Santorelli to Tingsyrd AIF 9G, 2A for Florida
    F - Matt Read to Sodertalje 24G, 23A for Philly
    C - Matt Duchene to Frolunda 14G, 14A for Colorado
    D - Cody Franson to Brynas 5G, 16A for Toronto


    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern 7G, 40A for NYI
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern 6G, 14A vor Nashville / AHL
    D - Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette 4G, 14A for Montreal
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette 31G, 34A for San Jose
    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos 18G, 59A for San Jose
    LW - Rick Nash to HC Davos 30G, 29A for Columbus ***shoulder injury is a bruised bone. He's considered day-to-day for now.
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug 3G, 13A for Montreal
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug 24G, 36A in 45 games for Swiww league
    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers 34G, 50A for Ottawa
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano 5G, 19A for Anaheim
    F - Patrice Bergeron to HC Lugano 21G, 14A for Boston
    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel 29G, 38A for Boston
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers 3G, 20A for Minnesota
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers 15G, 19A in 48 games for Buffalo
    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta 33G, 32A for Montreal
    F - Brooks Laich to Kloten Flyers 16G, 25A for Washington
    F - Patric Hornqvist to HC Red Ice SA 27G, 16A for Nashville


    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers 9G, 7A for Carolina

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    If a deal gets done do these guys get out of their european contracts and come back to nhl immediately to resume contract there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockey216 View Post
    If a deal gets done do these guys get out of their european contracts and come back to nhl immediately to resume contract there?

    From what I've read, most of the full season contracts have an escape clause that allows them to leave if an agreement is reached. I have also read about others that are supposed to be month-to-month (they would probably have some type of escape clause as well, but I'm not certain).

    Even if there were some type of agreement signed tomorrow, they would still need to have some type of training camp, mini pre-season for the teams to get their shit together. I'd figure at least 2 possibly 3 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redman3693 View Post
    From what I've read, most of the full season contracts have an escape clause that allows them to leave if an agreement is reached. I have also read about others that are supposed to be month-to-month (they would probably have some type of escape clause as well, but I'm not certain).

    Even if there were some type of agreement signed tomorrow, they would still need to have some type of training camp, mini pre-season for the teams to get their shit together. I'd figure at least 2 possibly 3 weeks.
    ok. What if a deal gets done, but its because the players cave? will the players want to play in europe instead? I don't know what the pay is like over there. Are we sure that all those nhl players over in europe will come back to nhl if deal is signed?

    I would hope so. but there is a lot of players leaving. Even if we get back 80% of them, thats still a fair amount of players missing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockey216 View Post
    ok. What if a deal gets done, but its because the players cave? will the players want to play in europe instead? I don't know what the pay is like over there. Are we sure that all those nhl players over in europe will come back to nhl if deal is signed?

    I would hope so. but there is a lot of players leaving. Even if we get back 80% of them, thats still a fair amount of players missing.
    IMHO, I would think that the majority of the players come back as the NHL does pay the best & is the most prestigious league to play in.

    The KHL is the next best league & many teams are quite wealthy and can afford to pay much closer to NHL scale. Other leagues, not so much. I don't pretend to know all the contracts but for the higher salaried players, getting insurance is very $$$. In the Swiss league where Jason Spezza is playing, it is costing him around 46K for monthly insurance (he makes about 7M per year so this is like a gym membership).

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    OCT 6th story

    Ilya Bryzgalov - G - Flyers

    Ilya Bryzgalov joined the discussion of Russian-born players possibly staying in the KHL depending on what happens when a new CBA is agreed upon.


    He said to a Russian interviewer, "I think some of the players may not return to the NHL because you have everything here and major companies are going to pay the top players here big money. And, especially for Russians players who can play at home in front of their own fans and families and [earn] even bigger money than they have in the National Hockey League. The KHL can't feed all the players, but for some big players - especially those with Russian passports - it might be a threat." Bryzgalov also said that the owners need to take responsibility for their actions. He cited the long-term deals that some players received prior to the old CBA expiring as an example of them creating their own their problems. The Russian netminder is currently playing in the KHL with CSKA Moscow.

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    Latest Player list Oct 8 - 5:58 PM --134 players have crossed the pond to play so far. 8 more since last update


    Austria
    F - Bryan Bickell to Orli Znojmo 9G, 15A for Chicago
    F - Andreas Nodl to HC Innsbruck 3G, 5A for Philly / Carolina
    D - Corey Potter to Vienna Capitals 4G, 17A for Edmonton
    F - Michael Grabner to EC Villacher SV 20G, 12A for NYI
    F - Thomas Vanek to EC Graz 26G, 35A for Buffalo


    Czech League
    F - Jaromir Jagr to HC Kladno 19G, 39A for Philly
    C - Tomas Plekanec to HC Kladno 17G, 35A for Montreal
    F - Jiri Tlusty to HC Kladno 17G, 19A for Carolina
    D - Tomas Kaberle to HC Kladno 3G, 28 A for Carolina / Montreal
    D - Marek Zidlicky to HC Kladno 2G, 20A for Minnesota / Jersey
    C - Vladimir Sobotka to HC Kladno 5G, 15A for St. Louis
    F - Roman Cervenka to HC Kladno 23G, 16A for Omsk
    D - Andrew Ference to HC Ceske Budejovice 6G, 18A for Boston
    D - Radek Martinek to HC Ceske Budejovice 1A in 7 games for Columbus

    F - Ales Hemsky to HC Pardubice 10G, 26A for Edmonton
    D - Jakub Kindl to HC Pardubice 1G, 12A for Detriot in 55 games
    C - David Krejci to HC Pardubice 23G, 39A for Boston
    D - Rostislav Klesla to HC Ocelari Trinec 3G, 10A for Phoenix
    G - Ondrej Pavelec to Liberec 2.91GAA 29-28-9 .906 SV%
    D - Ladislav Smid to Liberec 5G, 10A for Edmonton
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    D - Milan Jurcina to Chomutov 3G, 8A for NYI

    G - Michal Neuvirth to HC Sparta Prague 2.82GAA 13-13-5 .902 SV%
    D - Pavel Kubina to HC Vitkovice 3G, 12A for Tampa / Philly
    D - Roman Polak to HC Vitkovice 11A for St Louis

    G - Tuukka Rask to HC Plzen 2.05 GAA 11-8-3 .929 SV%
    D - Michal Rozsival to HC Plzen 6G, 15A for NYR / Phoenix


    Finland
    D - Jason Demers to Karpat Oulu 4G, 9A for San Jose
    F - Jussi Jokinen to Karpat Oulu 12G, 34A for Carolina
    C - Kyle Turris to Karpat Oulu 12G, 17A for Ottawa
    F - Valtteri Filppula to Jokerit 23G, 43A in 81 games for Detroit
    D - Erik Karlsson to Jokerit 19G, 59A in 81 games for Ottawa (Norris Award)

    F - Jesse Joensuu to Porin Assat 13G, 16A for HV71 Jonkoping
    F - Rich Peverley to JYP Jyvaskyla 11G, 31A for Boston
    F - Sean Bergenheim to IFK Helsinki 17G, 6A in 62 games for Florida
    F - Patrick O'Sullivan to IKF Helsinki 17G, 30A in 66 games for Phoenix & AHL
    D - Philip Larsen to Rauma Lukko 4G, 17A in 67 games between Dallas / Texas
    F - Mikkel Boedker to Rauma Lukko 11G, 13A in 82 games with Phoenix
    C - Frans Nielsen to Rauma Lukko 17G, 30A in 82 games for NYI

    D - Kris Russell to TPS Turku 6G, 6A in 55 games between Columbus / St louis ***Injured - undisclosed
    F - Lauri Korpikoski to TPS Turku 17G, 20A for Phoenix
    D - Alec Martinez to TPS Turku 6G, 6A for LA
    C - Craig Smith to KalPa 14G, 22A for Nashville
    F - Tommy Wingels to KooKoo 16G, 14A For San Jose & their AHL club
    G - Antti Niemi to Pelicans Lahti 2.42GAA 34-22-9 .914SV%


    Germany
    D - Christian Ehrhoff to Krefeld Penguins 5G, 21A for Buffalo
    D - Dennis Seidenberg to Adler Mannheim 5G, 18A for Boston
    F - Wayne Simmonds to Eispiraten Criummitschau 28G, 21A for Philly
    F - Chris Stewart to Eispiraten Crimmischau 15G, 15A for St Louis
    C - Steve Reinprecht to Nurnberg Ice Tigers 13G, 30A for AHL Chicago
    C - Jamie Benn to Hamburg Freezers 26G, 37A for Dallas
    C - Claude Giroux to Eisbaren Berlin 28G, 65A for Philly
    C - Daniel Briere to Eisbaren Berlin 16G, 33A for Philly

    F - T.J. Galiardi to Bietigheim Steelers 9G, 6A for Colorado / San Jose
    F - Matt D'Agostini to SC Riessersee 9G, 9A for St Louis


    KHL
    C - Evgeni Malkin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 50G, 59A for Pittsburgh
    D - Sergei Gonchar to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 5G, 30A for Ottawa
    F - Nikolai Kulemin to Metallurg Magnitogorsk 7G, 21A for Toronto
    C - Pavel Datsyuk to CSKA Moscow 19G, 48A for Detroit
    G - Ilya Bryzgalov to CSKA Moscow 2.48GAA 33-16-7 .909SV%
    F - Alexander Radulov to CSKA Moscow 28G, 42A for Ufa Salavat Yulayev / Nashville
    C - Mikhail Grabovski to CSKA Moscow 23G, 28A for Toronto

    F - Ilya Kovalchuk to SKA St. Petersburg 37G, 46A for Jersey
    F - Vladimir Tarasenko to SKA St.Petersburg 23G, 24A in 54 games in KHL
    G - Sergei Bobrovsky to SKA St. Petersburg 3.02GAA 14-10-2 .898SV%
    F - Alexander Ovechkin to Dynamo Moscow 38G, 27A for Washington
    F - Nail Yakupov to Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk 31G, 38A in 42 games in OHL
    C - Evander Kane to Dinamo Minsk 30G, 27A for Winnipeg
    F - Tim Stapleton to Dinamo Minsk 11G, 16A for Winnipeg
    G - Pekka Rinne to Dinamo Minsk 2.39GAA 43-18-8 .922SV%
    F - Joe Pavelski to Dinamo Minsk 31G, 30A for San Jose

    G - Semyon Varlamov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 2.59GAA 26-24-3 .913SV%
    C - Artem Anisimov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 16G, 20A for NYR
    D - Dmitry Kulikov to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 4G, 24A for Florida
    F - Niklas Hagman to Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 8G, 11A for Anaheim
    F - Ruslan Fedotenko to HC Donbass Donetsk 9G, 11A for NYR
    F - Alexei Ponikarovsky to HC Donbass Donetsk 14G, 29A for Carolina / Jersey
    D - Anton Babchuk to HC Donbass Donetsk 2G, 8A in 32 games for Calgary

    D - Lubomir Visnovsky to Slovan Bratislava 6G, 21A for Anaheim
    D - Kaspars Daugavins to Dinamo Riga 9G, 8A for Bingo / Ottawa
    D - Mathieu Carle to Dinamo Riga 6G, 31A Property of Anaheim

    F - Jakub Voracek to Lev Praha 18G, 31A for Philly **could be sidelined for about four weeks because of a sprained right knee
    D - Zdeno Chara to Lev Praha 12G, 40A for Boston **Playing by the w/e**
    C - Erik Christensen to Lev Praha 9G, 6A for NYR / AHL / Minnesota ** tied for the goal scoring lead in the KHL 10/6/12.
    G - Anton Khudobin to Atlant 2.61 GAA 21-19-3 .919SV% for Prov Bruins AHL
    F - Nikolai Zherdev to Atlant 16G, 6A for Philly

    F - Nik Antropov to HC Barys Astana 15G, 20A for Winnipeg
    D - Victor Hedman to HC Barys Astana 5G, 18A for Tampa
    F - Nigel Dawes to HC Barys Astana 16G, 16A for Montreal / Barys
    F - Michael Frolik to Chomutov 5G, 10A for Chicago
    F - Nikita Filatov to Salvat Yulaev 11G, 10A in 42 games for NHL/AHL/KHL
    F - Andrei Kostityn to Traktor Chelyabinsk 16G, 20A for Mont. / Nashv
    C - Tom Wandell to Severstal Cherepovets 6G, 9A for Dallas
    D - Nikita Nikitin to Avangard Omsk 7G, 25A for Columbus
    D - Anton Volchenkov to Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 2G, 9A for New Jersey
    D - Andrei Markov to Vityaz Chekhov 3A for Montreal in 13 games
    D - Brent Sopel to Metallurg Novokuznetsk 2G, 6A for Montreal / Metallurg Novokuznetsk
    D - Shaone Morrisonn to Spartak Moscow 5G, 15A for Buffalo / AHL
    F - Alexander Semin to Krasnoyarsk 21G, 33A for washington


    Poland
    F - Wojtek Wolski to KH Sanok 7G, 10A for NYR / AHL / Florida


    Slovakia
    C - Michal Handzus to HC Banska Bystrica 17G, 7A for San Jose
    F - Tomas Tatar to Dukla Trencin 24G, 34A for Grand Rapids AHL
    W - Zigmund Palffy to HC 36 Skalica 52G, 47A in 08/09 season
    D - Andrej Sekera to Slovan Bratislava 3G, 10A for Buffalo


    Slovenia
    F - Jan Mursak to HDD Telemach Olimpija Ljubljana 1G, 3A FOr Detroit / AHL


    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK 25G, 51A for LA
    F - Lennart Petrell to IFK Helsinki 6G, 7A for Edmonton / AHL
    D - Stephane Robidas to IFK Helsinki 5G, 17A for Dallas

    F - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF 27G, 16A for Nashville
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF 4A for San Jose
    F - Gabriel Landeskog to Djurgardens 22G, 30A for Colorado
    C - Alex Steen to Modo 15G, 13A in 43 games for St Louis
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras 19G, 19A for St Louis
    C - Mikael Backlund to Vasteras 4G, 7A for Calgary in 41 games
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF
    C - Mike Santorelli to Tingsyrd AIF 9G, 2A for Florida

    F - Matt Read to Sodertalje 24G, 23A for Philly
    C - Matt Duchene to Frolunda 14G, 14A for Colorado
    G - Henrik Lundqvist to Frolunda 1.97 GAA 39-18-5 .929SV% -insurance being worked out*

    D - Cody Franson to Brynas 5G, 16A for Toronto
    C - John Tavares to Bern 31G, 50A for NYI
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern 6G, 14A for Nashville / AHL



    Swiss league
    D - Mark Streit to SC Bern 7G, 40A for NYI
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern 6G, 14A vor Nashville / AHL
    C - John Tavares to SC Bern 31G, 50A for NYI
    D - Yannick Weber to Geneva-Servette 4G, 14A for Montreal
    C - Logan Couture to Geneva-Servette 31G, 34A for San Jose

    C - Joe Thornton to HC Davos 18G, 59A for San Jose
    F - Rick Nash to HC Davos 30G, 29A for Columbus ***shoulder injury is expected to return to action from a shoulder injury on Tuesday against Zug.
    D - Raphael Diaz to EZ Zug 3G, 13A for Montreal
    F - Damien Brunner to EZ Zug 24G, 36A in 45 games for Swiww league
    F - Henrik Zetterberg to Zug 22G, 47A for Detroit

    C - Jason SPEZZA to RAPPERSWIL-JONA Lakers 34G, 50A for Ottawa
    D - Luca Sbisa to HC Lugano 5G, 19A for Anaheim
    F - Patrice Bergeron to HC Lugano 21G, 14A for Boston

    F - Tyler Seguin to EHC Biel 29G, 38A for Boston
    D - Jared Spurgeon to SCL Tigers 3G, 20A for Minnesota
    F - Tyler Ennis to SCL Tigers 15G, 19A in 48 games for Buffalo

    F - Max Pacioretty to Ambri-Piotta 33G, 32A for Montreal
    F - Brooks Laich to Kloten Flyers 16G, 25A for Washington
    F - Patric Hornqvist to HC Red Ice SA 27G, 16A for Nashville


    UK
    F - Anthony Stewart to Nottingham Panthers 9G, 7A for Carolina
    F - Tom Sestito to Sheffield Steelers 9G, 9A for Adirondack / Philly
    F - Drew Miller to Braehead Clan 14G, 7A for Detroit
    Last edited by Redman3693; 10-08-12 at 06:57 PM.

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    Redbull84
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redman3693 View Post
    Swedish league
    C - Anze Kopitar to Mora IK 25G, 51A for LA
    F - Lennart Petrell to IFK Helsinki 6G, 7A for Edmonton / AHL
    D - Stephane Robidas to IFK Helsinki 5G, 17A for Dallas

    F - Patric Hornqvist to Djurgardens IF 27G, 16A for Nashville
    D - Douglas Murray to Djurgardens IF 4A for San Jose
    F - Gabriel Landeskog to Djurgardens 22G, 30A for Colorado
    C - Alex Steen to Modo 15G, 13A in 43 games for St Louis
    C - Patrik Berglund to Vasteras 19G, 19A for St Louis
    C - Mikael Backlund to Vasteras 4G, 7A for Calgary in 41 games
    G - Viktor Fasth to Tingsryds AIF
    C - Mike Santorelli to Tingsyrd AIF 9G, 2A for Florida

    F - Matt Read to Sodertalje 24G, 23A for Philly
    C - Matt Duchene to Frolunda 14G, 14A for Colorado
    G - Henrik Lundqvist to Frolunda 1.97 GAA 39-18-5 .929SV% -insurance being worked out*

    D - Cody Franson to Brynas 5G, 16A for Toronto
    C - John Tavares to Bern 31G, 50A for NYI
    D - Roman Josi to SC Bern 6G, 14A for Nashville / AHL
    Sorry mate but IFK Helsinki belongs to Finland and Bern is the capital of Switzerland. I know that many of you guys from North America thinks that Sweden and Switzerland are the same thing, but it's not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbull84 View Post
    Sorry mate but IFK Helsinki belongs to Finland and Bern is the capital of Switzerland. I know that many of you guys from North America thinks that Sweden and Switzerland are the same thing, but it's not

    ThanX for correcting me Redbull - my bad. I will fix it on my next update.

    This is why I appreciate folks like yourself taking the time to assist.

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    http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/feature/?id=75388 for NHL players playing overseas

    http://www.tsn.ca/ahl/feature/?id=75725 for NHL players playing in the AHL

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