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Datsyuk Arbitration Hearing

Sport-Express is reporting the meeting took place today but it was already known that Datsyuk wanted to go back to the Wings. So it was only a matter of principle as to what Russian team owned the rights to Datsyuk. It looks like no curve balls were thrown at Holland so all is cleared for Datsyuk to return to Detroit. Follwing is the translation of the story:
The examination of the "matter Of datsyuka" they transferred on 26 September today it took place the current session of arbitration committee FKHR/PKHL on the "matter Of datsyuka". Besides it, during this day was examined the eight additional matters. Those arrived to the arbitration 12 hours (its official beginning) the President of "dynamo" Anatoliy kharchuk and the director of "advance guard" on the lawful and agent activity Vladimir of Sarajevo did not doubt, that the main trial will leave "to the hors d oeuvre". The representatives of two clubs appeared decisively, but it was possible to understand on their mood: the forthcoming session, in the first place, only the matter of principle. it the day before for sure them became known that Pavel datsyuk will begin season in "Detroit", and with "dynamo" with the "advance guard", so those not had time to subdivide hockey player to solution expected by many, they can only explain, who of them from the point of view of the regulations PKHL of rights, but who is not. However, the solution by the "matter Of datsyuka" it was today accepted not. Session they transferred on 26 September in connection with the request of "advance guard" to the management of "dynamo" to grant confidential agreement Datsyukom to the season -2004/05 - the document, signed by club with the player besides the contract, report correspondents "se" Marat SAFIN Pavel SAVCHIK.
update 1:00pm, from the Globe and Mail,
Suddenly the Detroit Red Wings feel a whole lot better about their chances this season after getting star centre Pavel Datsyuk back into the fold. For GM Ken Holland, it was a tortuous month of negotiations and a roller-coaster of emotions before finally plucking the silky smooth playmaker out of Russia. "I spoke to Pavel this morning," Holland said Tuesday from Detroit. "It's all confirmed. He's coming back. We certainly feel like we've won the lottery."
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