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  1. He keeps getting hurt at training camp with an injury that will keep him out for a few months.
  2. He was signed for the Habs, he's down with the Dogs for a conditioning stint. Two weeks at the most. He's probably been skating somewhat to be close to game shape, waiting for just this thing.
  3. Look forward to hearing how he did. Keep us posted!
  4. Yes you can be released, it's called death.
  5. That is too bad, but hopefully he will jump at the first chance to come over, and also other players can see what is happening and things like this might sway them to come over instead of staying home. One thing you must keep in mind though. How much say did he really have? The pressure in that country to stay and play for Mother Russia has to be tremendous!
  6. Hawks score Russian NHL Prospect in Import Draft June 26, 2008 Portland, Ore. - The Portland Winter Hawks selected 18-year old Right Wing, Maksim Trunev, from Kirovo-Chepetsk, Russia with the third overall selection in today's Canadian Hockey League Import Draft. This marks the second time Trunev has been taken in a hockey draft in less than a week as he was the 5th round (138th overall) selection by the Montreal Canadiens in Saturday's National Hockey League Entry Draft. Trunev was the youngest European player chosen in the NHL draft. Had he been born a few weeks later, he would have
  7. “I think Maxim Trunev will prove to be the steal of this draft,” predicted Timmins about his fifth-round pick. “I see him taking the same route as Sergei Kostitsyn. Even though no Canadian Junior team has acquired Maxim’s rights yet, it won’t be long before teams starting fighting over him.” Another great job by Mr. Timmins!
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