NHL isn't the only organization with IIHF issues

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  1. LadyStanley

    LadyStanley RIP Fugu

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    http://sport.scotsman.com/index.cfm?id=1678362006

    British team rushed to get new player signed for this past weekend games, but his old Swedish team was demanding more than 700 pounds to transfer the player's registration card (even though he'd been released from old team and hadn't played in weeks). New team will get him a new card at a cost of almost 1350 pounds.

    (So, not only does most of the IIHF not like the "low" return for high round NHL draft picks, and Russian refusing to participate, but there are intra-Europe transfer arrangements that can be improved as well.)
     
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    I've noticed lately that the IIHF have become a little egocentric.
     
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    Lately?
     
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    Okay, it's just getting more public with their snubness.
     

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