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02-12-2013, 01:08 PM
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Originally Posted by legionista View Post
I would say there already was a Polish Kopitar, that was Mariusz Czerkawski.

Now with a new president of the Polish hockey federation and newly hired highly renowned Russian coaches and consultants (Parfionov, Bykov, etc.) things are starting to look much brighter for hockey in Poland and it's development of young players. Hopefully in the next 10-15 years there will be many more NHL'ers coming out of Poland.
Yep Poland have had great players before.
It seems very positive with this development. With some organisation Poland should be able to get back as an A-nation as it was in the 70-80s.
They have made great stars more and less out of nowhere in ski jumping and cross country skiing so why not again in hockey! So in 10-15 years you could have a good team - with talents getting the right training from now on, you might even get a NHL'er even faster!

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