For Russia's KHL, now is the time for transparency

Updated: October 14, 2008, 10:24 PM ET
By Scott Burnside | ESPN.com

The Continental Hockey League was supposed to be a force on the world hockey stage.

Born out of the old Russian Super League, with owners practically made of money, the KHL was poised to lure top-notch talent from the NHL and establish an NHL alternative for mostly European stars.

Jaromir Jagr and confused Alexander Radulov of the Nashville Predators, rank as the only two top NHL talents to bolt to the KHL, but even that was a good boost to the league's inaugural season.


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