Found September 25, 2012 on
from RIA NOVOSTI,
Carolina Hurricanes forward Alexander Semin has signed for his hometown team in Russia for the NHL lockout.
Semin will play for free while at Siberian team Sokol Krasnoyarsk, which plays in Russia’s second-tier VHL league rather than the top-level KHL.
“I’m proud that the opportunity’s emerged for me to play for my hometown club,” Semin said on the VHL website.
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