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10-30-2011, 04:29 PM
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cheerupmurray
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Using NHL-draft number as a measurment of how the Russian talent program is working seems pretty useless, with the russian factor still being strong.

It seems to me that the russian agegroups 1987-1989 wont go down in the history as strongest ones from a russian perspective, or am I wrong?
Those years look weak compared to what Sweden got from those agegroups and you should usually produce more and better player than Sweden right?

Starting with the russian 1990's all down to the 1994's the system seems back on track and as strong as ever though.

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