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Don't ever change, Glen Sather.

"We understand that this is a sensitive issue, but with all due respect to Alexei [Cherepanov]’s family and his memory, he is technically eligible to be drafted again next year."


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You know that somewhere Barry Fraser is licking his lips at the thought of snagging Cherepanov late in the first round.

"I can't believe people are questioning this kid's heart!"

Lord Bob:

I'd still rather have him than Michael Henrich, though.

Mike W:

Ha ha.

It's probably easier when the parents can only complain/cry in Russian.

Merrill Smith:

Somehow I posted this comment on the wrong story.

There is a precedent, sort of. Remember when Garney Henley drafted a dead person for the Ottawa Rough Riders (or were they the Renegades then?)


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