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Semin May Move To The KHL

via RIANOVOSTI,

Carolina Hurricanes forward Alexander Semin is close to agreeing a move to KHL team Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod just a week after joining his hometown junior team, Torpedo president Oleg Kondrashov said Thursday.

Semin agreed last week to play for his boyhood team, Sokol Krasnoyarsk, in Russia’s second-tier VHL league during the NHL lockout and has since scored three points in two games.

“We expect that Alexander Semin will join us in the next week,” Kondrashov said in a website statement.

He did not specify why he thought Semin, who is not collecting a salary in Krasnoyarsk, would leave Sokol for Torpedo.

Defenseman Anton Volchenkov of the New Jersey Devils is another target for Torpedo and the team is looking to sign a third NHL player, Kondrashov said.

“We expect Anton Volchenkov at Torpedo this weekend,” he said.

“We’ve got our eyes on one more player from the North American league,” he added.

Filed in: NHL Teams, Carolina Hurricanes, Non-NHL Hockey, European Hockey, | KK Hockey | Permalink
  Tags: alexander+semin, khl

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