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    I OTP Hero I

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    Post by I OTP Hero I on Wed Jun 26, 2013 3:42 am

    Since Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobrovsky still doesn't have a contract for next season, the KHL's SKA St. Petersburg is stepping up its pursuit of the Vezina Trophy winner.
    SKA's president, Alexander Medvedev, who also happens to be the KHL president (doesn't that seem unfair?), said he has spoken to Bobrovsky and the Blue Jackets about his impending restricted free agency. Not only has he met with Bobrovsky and his camp, but he has now extended an offer.
    From R-Sport:
    "I've met Sergei and his agent. We held negotiations, an offer was made," said Medvedev, who is also a director of SKA. "Now the player has to make his decision. The choice is his."
    Medvedev suggested a move to SKA could help ensure Bobrovsky of being Russia's starting goaltender at next year's Olympics in Sochi, the first time the Winter Games have been held in his home country.
    "What could be better than playing front of the national team's training staff in an Olympic year?" Medvedev said, and denied a move out of the world's biggest league would be a bad move for Bobrovsky.
    This really could get interesting. The longer that Bobrovsky remains without a contract from the Jackets, the greater the threat the KHL will appear. It's probably still a long shot, but the threat is more than real. And there is always some concern about Russian players going to the KHL.
    Add in the pressure of the Olympics and the KHL almost using it as a threat to players to come to their league and the fact that Bobrovsky played for SKA during the lockout. It's enough to make fans of the Jackets at least a wee bit nervous.
    Columbus continues to work on a new deal for Bobrovsky, but it certainly won't be cheap after he took home the Vezina in decisive fashion this season. He had a 21-11-6 record with a .932 save percentage and 2.00 goals against average, his first season in Columbus since being traded from Philadelphia.

    What do you think will happen? Who Bobrovski will pick and could KHL steal from NHL you think?


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    Re: Bobrovski!!!

    Post by l0l Mason l1l on Wed Jun 26, 2013 8:26 am

    Bobrovsky* will end up back in Columbus.

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