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NHL needs to commit to Olympics long-termSOCHI, Russia - NHL players love the Olympics, even if it forces them to abandon their regular season for a couple of weeks. "It's fun,'' U.S. goalie Jonathan Quick said. "I'd absolutely do it (again in future Olympic Games)." The fans love NHL players in the Olympics, the vast majority of the Olympic ticket sales being sold to the hockey events. The folks back home love the NHLers in the Olympics, even if it means getting up at 7:30 a. [url=http://www.goldvk.com/Game.gw2_us.Guild Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx]guild wars 2 gold[/url] [url=http://www.goldvk.com/Game.gw2_us.Guild Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx]guild wars 2 gold[/url] m. to hear Doc Emrick, Pierre McGuire and Eddie Olczyk. Everybody ?? well, almost everybody ?? seems to treasure the Olympic concept. "I love the best players in the game coming together for the Olympic tournament,'' American coach Dan Bylsma said. "It's the best players in the world coming together. Does it make my NHL schedule tougher? Sure it does. Do I wonder about a guy like injured (Detroit Red Wings/Sweden forward) Henrik Zetterberg, do I worry about that, yeah. "But when I see the second game we played (against the Russians), the best in the world going at it, I'm glad we come together and do this.'' Why won't the NHL, and specifically Commissioner Gary Bettman and NHL Players Association executive director Donald Fehr, commit to Pyeongchang, South Korea, in 2018 and beyond? Why must this be an Olympics-by-Olympics proposition, with decisions being made with each successive Olympic cycle? In almost every other Olympic sport, countries send their best athletes and it's not even a question. The NHL, which needs to grow the game both domestically and internationally, gnashes its teeth every time a Winter Olympics rolls around. The only folks who have a reason to bristle at the NHL's Olympic participation are the league's owners, who pay these players a mint to play for their hometown teams. But the short view doesn't help the sport's international growth. "I hate them (the Olympics). It's ridiculous, the whole thing is ridiculous,'' Flyers chairman Ed Snider said before the Games began. "I don't care if it's in Philadelphia, I wouldn't want to break up the league. I think it's ridiculous to take three weeks off in the middle of the season. How can anybody be happy breaking up the season? No other league does it, why should we? There's no benefit to us whatsoever. If anything, I can only see negatives.'' Then, if virtually in the same breath, Snider decried the Canadian team's decision to take Martin St. Louis rather than Philadelphia's Claude Giroux. Snider can be forgiven his small-world view. He writes the paychecks. Already, we've seen at least one world player, Zetterberg, injured over here. These men make massive financial investments in these players. Whether some of us like to hear it or not, the NHL is not a mainstream sport in most American outposts. There are still places where they couldn't tell you the color of the blue line, where the vagaries of icing are as unintelligible as a Cyrillic road sign here in Sochi. The game needs to grow, and the best way to do that is to send the best players in the world to the Olympics. Bettman and Fehr can talk all they want about a possible World Cup down the line, but it won't be close to the same as the Olympics. This isn't a burden, even if it means a long plane ride and two weeks of living in spartan conditions at the athletes village; it's an opportunity. It's an opportunity to vault the game back into the American mainstream. You think President Barack Obama knew who T.J. Oshie was before Saturday's bravura shootout performance? "Just think of the way this is growing the game at home,'' forward David Backes said. "We're kind of here in this bubble, but just seeing social media and Twitter and all of that, the way everybody goes crazy when we play. The Olympics are irreplaceable.'' But Bettman and Fehr weren't dropping any bombshells Monday. [url=http://www.goldvk.com/Game.gw2_us.Guild Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx]guild wars 2 gold[/url] "Let's try to be very clear,'' Bettman said. "Nothing has been discussed (about the future of NHL participation) and it's not going to be discussed while we're in Sochi. While I've seen lots of commentary both written and oral, the fact of the matter is there hasn't been anything said that hasn't been said the last eight years or so. There are lots people with lots of opinions. Any one of us could give you all the pros and cons, you can get quotes from any owner or executive on either side of the decision, but we've had no discussions in that regard.'' Rene Fasel, the head of the International Ice Hockey Federation, needs the NHL like a flower needs sunlight. He would have loved nothing more Tuesday morning to hear Bettman and Fehr say, ``Yes, we love NHL participation in the Olympics and we're heading to Pyeongchang and beyond.' But the NHL needs to keep coming to these Games. The players, the ones who count the most, will demand it. Bob Kravitz writes for the Indianapolis Star. Follow him on Twitter @bkravitz Read the original story: NHL needs to commit to Olympics long-term xboter 2014
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