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Slava Malamud
Kovalchuk says, 'I will need to read the new agreement' before he decides what to do next. So there...
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Japers' Rink 8 Jan 13
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Ha. The idea of him actually reading the CBA is laughable.
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Nathan 8 Jan 13
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Which really means, " We lost Parise and Brodeur just bought a walker, this better be worth it."
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Bill 8 Jan 13
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basically, he needs to make sure his money is guaranteed before returning to the
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see_you_in_Xhakarta 8 Jan 13
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He's going to leave more than $10m every year for next half a dozen years on the table? Makes ZERO sense.....
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GoFastTurnLeft 8 Jan 13
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JMarg 8 Jan 13
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Like he's gonna understand any of it. Shut up and report Ilya.
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Neil Duffey 8 Jan 13
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what a pos
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Inna M 8 Jan 13
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maybe he really meant it about going for Gagarin Cup with SKA?
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brenda stygall 8 Jan 13
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...fans need to boycott games with comments like this..
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Tom Hickson 8 Jan 13
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Part of the CBA focus was on Kovalxhuk's contract. He just wants to know that his early $$ are safe and he won't lose anything
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Gram 8 Jan 13
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stay in russia
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Golfnut 8 Jan 13
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lol can't be worse than over there, but who cares lots Canadians to replace anyways bye bye
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Petr Sykora 8 Jan 13
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decide to stay in the KHL or vote on the nee agreement?
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Jason W. 8 Jan 13
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what a poor attitude! I pity NJ fans.
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Slava Malamud 8 Jan 13
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No, but if he were to stay, SKA could pay him literally anything. With a 13% tax rate, too.
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