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10-23-2012, 06:56 PM
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12 months a year? I say it was all 15! Oh, and apparently teams like Dynamo, Khimik, and Krylia Sovetov, that did fairly well against NHL teams at different times, counted for nothing.

What keeps on bothering me is that, in spite of decent success of Soviet teams (NT and clubs) against Canada and NHL teams, individual talents of the Soviet players are often belittled or even ignored. This defies logic. Soviet teams either barely lose to Canada (72, 87) or even beat them (74, 79, 81), and yet how many Soviet players do we find in the Top 100?

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