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Via HockeyExpressen, good friend of the blog Edvin L. informs me that if there's a lockout, Rick Nash would join Joe Thornton to play in Switzerland for HC Davos.The pair had played together for Davos during the 2004-05 lockout.Two weeks ago, TheNYRBlog's Adam Herman reported Swedish Elite League team Frolunda is reportedly interested in bringing back favorite son Henrik Lundqvist if the NHL locksout its players....hope Nash doesn't try to talk Thornton into dropping his no-trade clause to possibly be traded to the Rangers....as we get closer and closer to that September 15th lockout deadline, I think we'll see more of this. These guys need to stay in shape somehow....but the threat of a possible injury scares the crap out of me, as we've all seen with the ineptness of the KHL that it's not exactly premium healthcare over there.***Speaking of Nash, John Kreiser at NHL.com takes a look at the Eastern Conference players on the hot seat this season, including Ri...
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