IIHF-NHL Agreement Question

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    a89mogilny89 Registered User

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    Does anyone know how the transfer fee works out if an NHL team wants to bring over a European prospect? I believe from the old system, each NHL team pays the IIHF $300,000 per year and it costs $100,000 to bring a player over. Does it still work like that if they've signed a new agreement or does it go by a case-by-case basis (see: Ovechkin for $2M)?
     
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    I thinkg the agreement was part of the CBA, so right now there's no agreement.
     
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    I think so as well. I'm still wondering about the old agreement if the current one is currently nonexistant.
     
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    Under the expired agreement:
    http://www.iihf.com/news/iihfpr4003.htm
     
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