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FILE - In this May 27, 2014, file photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to national team forward Alexander Ovechkin during a photo session at a reception honoring the victory of the ice hockey national team at the Ice Hockey World Championship, in the Kremlin in Moscow. At left is head coach Oleg Znarok. The NHL’s announcement Monday that it won’t go to Pyeongchang leaves Russia in a strong position as the home of the Kontinental Hockey League, widely regarded as the strongest outside the NHL. With many Russian players potentially facing a choice between NHL contracts and what could be their national team’s first gold medal in a generation, the Russian Hockey Federation is trying to “bring home” stars from North America and stop emerging talent from leaving the KHL, chairman Arkady Rotenberg said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Yuri Kadobnov, Pool, File)

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FILE - In this May 27, 2014, file photo, Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks to national team forward Alexander Ovechkin during a photo session at a reception honoring the victory of the ice hockey national team at the Ice Hockey World Championship, in the Kremlin in Moscow. At left is head coach Oleg Znarok. The NHL’s announcement Monday that it won’t go to Pyeongchang leaves Russia in a strong position as the home of the Kontinental Hockey League, widely regarded as the strongest outside the NHL. With many Russian players potentially facing a choice between NHL contracts and what could be their national team’s first gold medal in a generation, the Russian Hockey Federation is trying to “bring home” stars from North America and stop emerging talent from leaving the KHL, chairman Arkady Rotenberg said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Yuri Kadobnov, Pool, File)

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