Malkins KHL adventure (All KHL talk)
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11-29-2012, 11:20 PM
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Join Date: Feb 2007
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He's just small and, at almost 32, has basically tailored his game to the European, specifically KHL, style. I think it's too difficult for a guy probably already on the decline to make the necessary adjustments to thrive in the best league in the world. and I doubt he'd wanna come over anyway, I assume he has a family he wouldn't want to uproot.
Disappointing. I thought you were being specious for the hell of it, which I'd applaud
But now... I am sorry, but you don't lead the KHL in points ahead of Radulov, Malkin and Kovalchuk at this stage of a star infused season there without being flat out able to play.
He can be a perimeter guy all he wants if he can execute well enough, score and set up people. Then it is all down to his own wishes to relocate, family, money requirements etc. Those things can kill it, sure. Fair enough. But if they don't, I don't buy the stereotypes.
Attach him to Malkin/Neal and if that doesn't work I will be the one to defaecate, on my own floor.
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