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Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson has agreed to a month-to-month contract with Jokerit of SM-liiga, the team announced Wednesday. Karlsson, the 2011-12 Norris Trophy winner, is expected to debut with his new team on Saturday. The 22-year-old had 19 goals and 59 assists in 81 games last season with the Senators.
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If one Swedish hockey blog is to be believed, Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson is on the verge of signing with Jokerit of the Finnish Elite League.
”Today, I’ve gotten extremely convincing intelligence saying that the NHL star, Erik Karlsson, is signing with Jokerit. Looks like Frölunda will miss out on their dream signing.
The Finnish club has, according to sources, offered...
According to Jokerit of the SM-Liiga’s official website, the club has inked signed Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson.
Although the press release was in Finnish, Google Translate has done an exceptional job breaking down the language barriers by converting the text into broken English.
Jokerit has signed an agreement Ottawa Senators players Erik Karlsson, 22, with.Last season...
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Cowen's assignment to Bingo
Spezza and Karlsson playing in Europe
If the "rougher style of the AHL" will be a blessing for some prospects
Kyle Turris and Zack Smith's situations
If a long lockout will be harmful to Alfie "at his age"
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