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09-07-2012, 10:56 AM
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Yakushev72
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Originally Posted by Atas2000 View Post
How you guys always manage to forget Bobrov???

1. Vsevolod Bobrov

And Maltsev was waaay better than Kovalev can ever dream to be.
Bobrov played in the 1950's. Its hard to say that he is the greatest Russian hockey player of all time when you consider the level of competition that he played against. Europe hockey overall was comparatively weak in the 1950's, so I will stand by rankings and not include Bobrov among the top 10.

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