http://www.rushockey.com/events.php?i=sl&stream=sl_news&id=9 "Were you a military at the moment when you were leaving? -No. -Did you take the oath? -No. -Did you hold a gun? Have you spent time in any garrison? -No. -So why CSKA management say that you are serving in the Army now? -I do not know. -Have you seen documents, which proves that you are drafted to the Russian Army? -No comment. Now Tyzhnykh joins the conversation... -Dmitry, don't you remember the story with Larionov, when someone else signed documents for him? -So you say that CSKA has not changed since? -Well, there are some good changes, of course.... " Things should be getting interesting soon. NHL rep was on Columbus radio yesterday that if this incident isn't solved in 72 hours, it'll probably go on for quite a while. The bolded part, I guess, really isn't surprising that the Russians used this tactic years ago on someone else, but that they are still (possibly) doing it today.