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by Paul on 07/31/09 at 12:30 PM ET
Jiri Hudler is staying in Detroit rather than heading to Russia.
The Czech forward was awarded a two-year deal worth over US$5 million on Friday, a source told Sportsnet.
added 11:34am, Does anyone else think this story is not over?
added 11:46am, via Ansar Khan of Mlive,
Red Wings general manager Ken Holland said this morning that he hasn’t yet received the arbiter’s decision, but made it clear that this ship has sailed. Hudler is playing in Russia next season.
“The story’s over. He’s going to play in Russia,’’ Holland said. “We’re waiting on the terms (of the salary arbitration case) he has to (honor) if and when he returns to the NHL.’‘
Looks as if Sportsnet really blew this one…
added 1:15pm, Sportsnet has changed the text…
Detroit Red Wings forward Jiri Hudler was awarded a two-year deal worth over US$5 million in arbitration on Friday, a source told Sportsnet.
Hudler, drafted by the Red Wings in 2002, was claimed by the KHL on Thursday when the Russian league registered his two-year contract in Moscow.
same link as above…
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