NHL Teams Should Fear Franchise Players Getting Injured Overseas During Lockout (Video)


As little to no progress is made on a new collective bargaining agreement in the NHL, more and more players are signing deals with international teams.

Tyler Seguin, who recently signed a six-year extension with the Bruins,
has also inked a deal with ECH Biel of Switzerland in preparation for an
extended work stoppage in the NHL.

Should the Bruins fear Seguin getting hurt overseas? Absolutely. They may get their money back, but they wouldn't have him on the ice.

Check out the video above to hear Jamison Coyle and E.J. Hradek talk about the lockout and NHLers playing internationally on NESN Daily.

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