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08-09-2012, 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Stephen View Post
But what about the tendency of the Soviet era to stack its CSKA Moscow club with basically the cream of the crop, making it a basically non competitive league? How do we evaluate the greatness of individual players who weren't playing against meaningful competition?
certainly their international play was against meaningful competition.

Originally Posted by Czech Your Math View Post
I think you might be underrating Radulov's potential as a scorer. He only had 2 seasons in the NHL, the second of which he was 18th in ES goals at age 21 and had 58 points. I certainly think he could have challenged for top 20 in some seasons, possibly top 10.
No need to speculate - we'll see for ourselves! He's back in the NHL and entering what should be his most productive years. I could be wrong, I could be right.

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