NHL Lockout: Which League Has Benefited the Most from the Lockout

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NHL Lockout: Which League Has Benefited the Most from the Lockout
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With the lockout in full swing and any hope for a season pretty much gone with the wind, the players of the NHL have packed up and flown out to wherever they can find a league that will give them a place to play hockey.

There are a few players that have hung around North America, but they have either done so because they were entrenched in the negotiating process for the new CBA, or they were younger players assigned to their team's AHL affiliate.

Most have either gone over the Atlantic to find a team in a European Elite League, or over the pacific to the KHL in Russia.

So which of these leagues have gotten the best in their attempt to bring in rogue NHL players just desperate for some hockey?

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