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    Ilya Kovalchuk: KHL will fight for players who wish to stay

    Ilya Kovalchuk - W - NJ - Jan. 9 - 11:54 am et

    The KHL may be gearing up to challenge the NHL for the rights to some players who decide they want to stay.
    KHL and SKA St. Petersburg president Alexander Medvedev has threatened to question whether contracts signed under the previous collective bargaining agreement are legally binding under the new version. "(The) new CBA may be basis for terminating existing contracts, some players will stay," Medvedev told SportsDaily in Russia. "Our league will act according to our own and international rules. If players decide to stay, we will help them." NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says the contracts under the old CBA are still legally binding regardless of any changes. Devils GM Lou Lamoriello reiterated Tuesday that he has "no reason" to believe Ilya Kovalchuk won't return from the KHL once the ratification process is complete. Kovalchuk may have an interest in playing in the KHL All-Star Game that is scheduled for Sunday in Chelyabinsk, Russia, but if the CBA is finalized and camps open by the then it will be interesting to see what direction this story takes. Jan. 9 - 11:54 am et
    Source: The Bergen Record

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