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  1. Booba

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    If Poland was in the Olympics would they have taken Wojtek Wostski


    Or Wotski plays with Canada in internationnal competetions
     
  2. Rakiet*

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    Canada, not sure but I believe he was on the junior squad. Had he chosen Poland there still are a couple tournaments he could play in for them, Oliwa and Czerkawski do every now and then
     
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    He was a snub for this years WJC so he's a Canadian in that sense. Even if he isn't elligible to play for Poland, hopefuly he's useful for promoting the sport there.

    I think the IIHF won't let people switch teams anymore.
     
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    If you have already played for a country past the age of 18, you need to play 2 years in the new country's domestic league to be able to change. But this last change is final.
     
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    Yeah, the Evgeny Nabokov rule.
     
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