Which Russian Forward has the Best Career?
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12-28-2012, 07:11 PM
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I put their draft years besides them.
If we assume they all come to the NHL after the lockout, as per the OP, Yak has 2 more years, all things being equal to make a better impression and to work on his NHL career.
He also has a very good situation in Edmonton to work with.
I would put Tarasenko 2nd as he is the better goal scorer of the two 10 guys but the situation in Washington might be better so that's a tough one.
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