Originally Posted by Clockwork Orange
He looks like the total package, but it sounds as if his Russian club isn't going to make it easy for him to go to Pittsburgh next season.
Yeah, I read about them demanding 25 million or whatever, but its just talk. It is almost a lock that he will be in Pittsburgh from what ive read. There is a good chance a transfer agreement gets worked out this year and even if it doesnt, the Russian Labor law, which also applies to hockey players allows anyone to break their contract given a short period of notice. Malkin said its 100 percent that he will be a Penguin in the fall.
I cant wait to unleash all these kids on the league at once.
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