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Qubax 09-21-2003 03:50 PM

Are Perezhogin or Kastitsyn in Camp..?
 
how do they look...?

I am guessing Perezhogin will be in the league first...are they on schedule..?

Thanks

montreal 09-21-2003 03:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Qubax
how do they look...?

I am guessing Perezhogin will be in the league first...are they on schedule..?

Thanks


Kastsitsyn is in Russia playing for CSKA. Perezhogin will most likely get sent to Hamilton next week or so.

CrAzYNiNe 09-21-2003 04:23 PM

Perez hasn't really impressed anyone yet, but I doubt that is really his fault. Not sure the ice time and linemates he has.

Gainey RULZ 09-21-2003 04:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CrAzY_NiNe
Perez hasn't really impressed anyone yet, but I doubt that is really his fault. Not sure the ice time and linemates he has.

On "Article (rds)" thread.....there is some comment about him

At the end of the article :
Quote:

Julien a aussi louangé le Russe Perezhogin qui, après une première période timide, y a mis plus de tigre au cours des deux autres périodes.
"On est très satisfait de sa performance. C'est une chose de s'adapter au style de vie en Amérique du Nord, c'en est une autre de s'adapter au style de jeu de la Ligue nationale. Il progresse bien."

Dragon 09-21-2003 04:47 PM

Perezhogin need time to adjust to North America style hockey. Physically he is not ready for NHL this year so I bet he'll spend the whole year in Hamilton this year.

He is not a force in the first period against the senators but I already notice the difference in the second period. He got tons of talent, skill and speed and he is a fast learner! It would be interesting to see how he progress in the training camp but definitely he'll be a 1st line winger in the future.

Season Ticket Holder 09-22-2003 05:28 AM

In the Ottawa game, Perezhogin showed a willingness as the game went on to go to the front of the net. Will that last? I have no clue, but it'll have to for him to succeed.

He was one of the more aggressive forwards on the ice against the Sens (which really isn't saying much) and I think we all can agree he needs some time to learn the North American game.

But overall it was nice to see him doing something that resembled crashing the net...

STH


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