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Work Needs To Be Done On Transfer Agreement

from Allan Muir of Sports Illustrated,
Malkin, the second overall pick in 2004, is a sublimely gifted center who some scouts believe to be the equal of Alexander Ovechkin. If he signs, it'll be one more giant step toward respectability for the Pens. It will also represent a major failure for the league. Despite his stated desire to play in Pittsburgh, Malkin's arrival is not a sure thing, at least not yet. At issue: The absence of a signed player transfer agreement between the Russian Ice Hockey Federation and the NHL.
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