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Mikhail Grigorenko: Heads back to KHL

Grigorenko has agreed to a three-year deal to return to CSKA Moscow. Grigorenko returns to the KHL after just one season back in the NHL that saw him register 12 points in 32 appearances for the Jackets. After getting another chance to be a full-time NHL player, Grigorenko once again opted for the KHL in his native Russia instead. As such, fantasy players probably shouldn't be expecting him to get another shot in North America.
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Former first-round pick Mikhail Grigorenko signs in the KHL

Mikhail Grigorenko’s second act in North America wound up being even shorter than his first. The 27-year-old has decided to take a pass at testing unrestricted free agency later this month and is instead heading back home as CSKA Moscow announced that they’ve signed Grigorenko to a three-year contract. Grigorenko...
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Mikhail Grigorenko Signs In The KHL

Mikhail Grigorenko’s second act in North America wound up being even shorter than his first. The 27-year-old has decided to take a pass at testing unrestricted free agency later this month and is instead heading back home as CSKA Moscow announced that they’ve signed Grigorenko to a three-year contract. Grigorenko...
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2021 Player Review: Mikhail Grigorenko, we hardly knew ya

The excitement was evident prior to this season for both the Columbus Blue Jackets and Mikhail Grigorenko. Grigorenko couldn’t wait to move his whole family to Columbus and get involved with the team and community. Jackets’ management couldn’t wait to announce their new free agent signing, announcing it prior to the proper filing window, thus voiding the original contract.
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Mikhail Grigorenko and Scott Harrington Will Return to the Lineup Tonight As John Tortorella Seeks "Consistency of Concentration"

Of all the issues that you could have predicted the Blue Jackets to have this season, defensive zone coverage was an unlikely candidate. But after 17 games, they find themselves giving up 3.47 goals per game, which is good for 26th in the NHL. They don't have the offensive firepower to get into shootouts every game, so they need to be better defensively if they want to right the ship.
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