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MightyAdam 08-04-2006 05:45 AM

Chistov?
 
what do all ya kings fans think of chistov? would like to see an oppoenents view on one of my fav. ducks players.

kingsfan25 08-04-2006 09:25 AM

I think I haven't seen him for a while.

Reaper45 08-04-2006 09:53 AM

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Originally Posted by kingsfan25 (Post 6209755)
I think I haven't seen him for a while.

Yeah. I don't think he's as good as forecasted.

kingsfan25 08-04-2006 11:08 AM

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Originally Posted by Reaper45 (Post 6209928)
Yeah. I don't think he's as good as forecasted.

One thing I'll say about Frolov...despite the questions about his character, he's won the Chistov vs. Frolov debate.

TubbyTerrion* 08-04-2006 12:18 PM

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Originally Posted by kingsfan25 (Post 6210444)
One thing I'll say about Frolov...despite the questions about his character, he's won the Chistov vs. Frolov debate.

Let the jury reach a verdict in another 5 years or so...

kingsfan25 08-04-2006 12:47 PM

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Originally Posted by TubbyTerrion (Post 6211048)
Let the jury reach a verdict in another 5 years or so...

Frolov beat him so bad that he packed up his gear and went runnin home to momma.

Tadite 08-04-2006 01:57 PM

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Originally Posted by TubbyTerrion (Post 6211048)
Let the jury reach a verdict in another 5 years or so...


Christov would have to make a hell of a come back.

Osprey 08-04-2006 02:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Tadite (Post 6211931)
Chistov would have to make a hell of a come back.

He still has the potential to. He's stumbled a lot, but, luckily for him, he's still young enough to realize most of his potential. Whether he'll actually do it, though, is another matter.

Jebus 08-04-2006 02:32 PM

He's prime for a Vitaly Yachmanev career.

Martyros 08-04-2006 03:56 PM

he's a VERY soft player

Dirk316 08-04-2006 06:30 PM

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Originally Posted by martyros (Post 6212879)
he's a VERY soft player

Not actually hes alot tougher then Frolov and got into a few fights in the minors something Frolov will never do

Reaper45 08-04-2006 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Dirk316 (Post 6213844)
Not actually hes alot tougher then Frolov and got into a few fights in the minors something Frolov will never do

Frolov probably will never get into a fight, but if it were to happen, I think he'd surprise a few people. A) He's a big dude, and B) He's strong. He probably wouldn't kill anyone, but he'd keep the guy away from landing punches.

As far as Chistov being soft, not really, as Dirk said he did mix it up in the AHL a few seasons ago, and had like 100+ PIM's.

Venom_17 08-04-2006 06:36 PM

Fighting doesn't necessarily mean that a player isn't soft.

Frolov is gritty down low and will go into the corners and the heavy traffic areas.

Perhaps it is Frolov's size advantage over Chistov which allows him to play such a style.

Chistov: 135 GP, 14G, 34A, 48 PTS. -12, 80 PIM. (0.36 PPG)

Frolov: 225 GP, 59G, 74A, 133 PTS. +37, 98 PIM. (0.59 PPG)

At this point I would take Frolov over Chistov, considering mainly his higher Points-Per-Game stats and higher future potential.

But since this doesn't seem to have been intended as a Frolov vs. Chistov thread, I will say that I am indifferent towards Chistov and just hope that he doesn't light the lamp against the Kings too many times this season.

The Judge 08-05-2006 12:52 PM

The last year he played with the Ducks I thought he was impressive. His stick handling, lateral movement, speed and hockey sense was Line One caliber. I can't accurately remember his "shot". He just needed to gain experience and confidence and I thought he was getting more comfortable by year's end.

I thought he was going have a big impact in the NHL his next year.

The new rules should benefit him. Potentially, he will be better than Frolov.

I hope they both hit their strides. They will be fun to watch. :)


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