Bryzgalov is in Moscow

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    The Cincinnati Mighty Ducks allowed Ilya Bryzgalov to play for Russia at the Rosno Cup. He will miss 6 games in the AHL.
     
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    How come the AHL teams let players go to a tournament like Rosno Cup? Heard Edmonton did the same with Tony Salmelainen. It's a rather crappy tournament, and the AHL teams loose key players... :dunno:
     
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    Perhaps in the case of Bryzgalov they're releasing him so he can regain some confidence.
     
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    Dan Ellis will represent Canada. Doug Jarvis is hoping he will miss the plane back.
     
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    They have always done this - be it for IIHF World Championships, Olympic Qualifications etc...
     
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    The AHL is a crappy league too, don't forget that. ;)
     
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    correct me if I'm wrong but I think Ellis is playing in the Loto Cup


    I'm quite sure the Rosno Cup (formerly Baltica Cup) is just Russia, Finland, Sweden and the Czech Republic
     
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    :blush:

    You're right... I can't read, must be an effect of the exams.
     
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    You cant compare Rosno Cup with the Olympics or the World Championships. :lol

    I've never seen players from North America coming to those small tournaments before.
     
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    I've never seen an AHL team release the player to play in the world championships either, since these are played roughly the same time as the playoffs.
     
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