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05-11-2006, 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Philippe27
I've said it before, both are very similar. Perezhogin at this point is where Afinogenov was back then, he is lacking the finishing touch. No doubt Perezhogin has skill, he just needs to keep working harder and hopefully he can reach his potential and have his breakout year sooner that Afinogenov did.

So Afi doesn't anymore? Afi should produce more imo, he has hands as good as Kovalev, great speed, he can stickhandle for 1/2 hour and never come up with a play.
I've seen Perez use his vision better than Afi. I would be sad to see Perez only get 22 goals in 5 years, especially on a team with 100+ points.

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