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As Expected, Russia Doesn’t Sign Transfer Agreement

from the AP via Sports Illustrated,

The Czech Republic, Sweden, Finland, Germany, Slovakia, and Switzerland ratified a four-year transfer agreement between the International Ice Hockey Federation member associations and the NHL on Thursday.
As with the last four-year agreement, Russia refused to sign.


added 11:15am, from the AP via the Globe and Mail,

The IIHF intends to proceed with a proposed new European hockey league after receiving a positive feasibility study.
The plan was originally floated in April and IIHF president Rene Fasel announced during the World Hockey Championships in Moscow a month later that an agency had been hired to conduct a feasibility study.


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