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05-30-2013, 02:28 PM
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RusskiyHockey
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Interesting. Going by this voting, there is a well-acknowledged elite that are pretty much locks (top-6 forwards, a couple of d-men, and top-2 goalies), with large uncertainty over the rest. I hope the likes of Mozyakin, Perezhogin, Popov won't fill the bottom-6 forwards. This is not the WC where you have 7 group games to test out various players. As shown by the last few Olympic champions, unless you have Hasek single-handedly carrying you to gold, you need game-breaking talent on all units. I think young, rising players like Voynov, Yakupov, Tarasenko, Tikhonov, Bobrovsky, etc. will be the key to success.

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