Found November 04, 2013 on Diehardsport:
Former NHLer Mike Commodore posted this video of his team, HC Admiral Vladivostok, eating their post-game meal in the same room as a Wedding Reception.  The KHL may be poaching Russians from the NHL, but they still have some serious work to do competing with the luxuries the NHL provides. [SI Hot Clicks]
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