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04-15-2004, 09:40 PM
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didjuicythat
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Originally Posted by Komisarek8
Alex Perezhogin is compared often to Jere Lehtinen since he is a good two way player but I feel his offensive skills are a notch better then Jere's .. Alex's offensive tools could be compared to Alexander Mogilny
If Perezhogin can become half as good as Mogilny is, that would be fine with me. Let's not forget that Mogilny, along with Fedorov and Bure, is among the top 3 Russian forwards in the history of the NHL (well that's my opinion). Comparing his offensive skills to Mogilny's is pushing it too far, IMO. He does have good offensive upside though, as well as good defensive awareness.

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