Found June 03, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
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It’s getting closer to UFA day, so I become a little more lenient on what I post.  What do you think of this one? via the Russian website Championet (translated), General Manager, “Rangers’ Glen Sather began negotiations with the” Nashville “to acquire the rights to forward Alexander Radulov, who on July 1 will become a restricted free agent, according to North American media. 26-year-old Radulov has a tempting offer from CSKA Moscow, but according to the source prefers to pursue a career in the NHL. “Rangers” before you barter the right of the player wants to get a few days for exclusive negotiations with Radulov, to understand its needs and aspirations. Recall that the best sniper “sinerubashechnikov” Marian Gaborik because of shoulder surgery back in operation only for the new year.
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