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[Signings] Wayne Simmonds & Chris Stewart to Crimmitschau (2nd Divison Germany)

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question here, if the nhl season begins anytime this season, can all these signed players come back, because if the can't and non of our players have signed overseas, were gonna have a complete team while other teams will be at a disadvantage :towel:

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question here, if the nhl season begins anytime this season, can all these signed players come back, because if the can't and non of our players have signed overseas, were gonna have a complete team while other teams will be at a disadvantage :towel:

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for future reference dont put a question mark in the title.... instead put [Report] if it has not been confirmed

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It looks like Patrick White will finally get to play against NHL talent.

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Even bigger shock!

Nottingham Panthers sign NHL forward Anthony Stewart

Nottingham Panthers have taken advantage of the lock-out in the NHL by signing Carolina Hurricanes forward Anthony Stewart on a short-term deal.

There are currently no matches in the NHL because of a pay dispute between owners and players.

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The support from management in bringing this about has been fantastic”

Corey Neilson

Panthers player-coach Corey Neilson said: "I'm genuinely thrilled to see him joining us, for however long.

"The lock-out has opened up some doors to bring in someone of Anthony's character and ability."

Many of the NHL players have decided to stay in North America and play in the American Hockey League, the step below the NHL, while some have decided to find clubs in Europe.

During the last lock-out in 2004-05, numerous NHL players played in the UK's Elite League and the Panthers signed defenceman Nick Boynton, who went on to win the Stanley Cup with Chicago Blackhawks in 2010.

The Panthers also brought in fellow defenceman Ian Moran and forward Steve McKenna and the trio helped Nottingham reach the play-offs in 2005 but lost 2-1 to Coventry in the final.

Neilson added: "The support from management in bringing this about has been fantastic.

"The boss picked up the baton less than 24 hours ago and, with backing from the chairman, here we are making an announcement of this nature. Fantastic."

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They sure will like the atmosphere in the arena its small 6000 but very loud.

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They sure will like the atmosphere in the arena its small 6000 but very loud.

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They are friends and it was a dream for both to play for the same team.Crimmitschau was the only team which accepted.

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Uh oh. This is not good. If you think that banana throwing guy from windsor was bad, wait till you get a load of Germany!

Hey-oooo! lol jkjk

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