Which Russian forwards have shown the most consistent hard-work ethic in the NHL?
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03-22-2013, 03:15 PM
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For a while, you definitely would have thought of Ovechkin for this thread. Malkin doesn't fit I don't think. Unbelievable talent but falls into the category of having off nights.
I guess as a goalie you can't complain much about Khabibulin. Definitely had the potential to steal a game on any night and I don't remember him mailing it in too often.
In the playoffs............no doubt about it Fedorov. We complained that he could have gone without coasting in the regular season, but no one doubted him in the postseason.
Anyone else appreciate the level Kamensky played? I thought he was always dangerous, had some nice playoff runs and in many ways was almost like Ovechkin-lite.
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