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Molodezhnaya Hokkeinaya Liga (MHL) - Part III

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04-07-2017, 10:59 PM
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Where should they play instead?
Also, for younger kids, playing with full-time KHL players is an important development boost too.

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I like it. Right now every team is getting a boast from 3-5 KHL guys and the hockey is great for a junior level. It allows a guy like Kuzmenko who sees 10 min/game in the KHL to get build huge confidence to close out the season.

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04-08-2017, 12:21 PM
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he was a full-time khl player this year, so was vovchenko (and many others), why do players like that get to play in juniors again is beyond me. The goal of junior leagues is first and foremost - player development.
If you stop playing in February, what kind of development are you going to get?

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If you stop playing in February, what kind of development are you going to get?
they are 20+ year olds professional? what development? They should know what they need to do in order to be ready for the next season. Playing inferior talent for the sake of a title is not a development.

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Yeah, Kuzmenko would probably get better development by shooting 100 pucks per day near his garage at this point of the season than playing in the MHL playoffs. Those kind of games are equivalent of either bag skating or beer league, depending on coach's attitude. It's only good for morale, winning something, having a good playoff run is always nice but at this point of your career you have to start asking is it worth it over resting. Probably not.

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Yeah, Kuzmenko would probably get better development by shooting 100 pucks per day near his garage at this point of the season than playing in the MHL playoffs. Those kind of games are equivalent of either bag skating or beer league, depending on coach's attitude. It's only good for morale, winning something, having a good playoff run is always nice but at this point of your career you have to start asking is it worth it over resting. Probably not.
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04-19-2017, 12:12 PM
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Looks like Red Army is cruising. I am happy, they got a very high likelihood of winning the title, but still not happy with KHL player shenanigans in the MHL.
Since it's not going to change, I will have to learn to live with this.

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was almost too easy

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Only 5 CHL players drafted, 10 skating in Russia drafted, twice as many even though many top players left to play in CHL. Really didnt work out for Minulin, Rubinchik and Alexeyev. Not to mention overage guys like Kosorenkov, Babenko. You almost had a better chance of skating for MVD MHL team and getting drafted (4 guys) than CHL (5 guys).

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Only 5 CHL players drafted, 10 skating in Russia drafted, twice as many even though many top players left to play in CHL. Really didnt work out for Minulin, Rubinchik and Alexeyev. Not to mention overage guys like Kosorenkov, Babenko. You almost had a better chance of skating for MVD MHL team and getting drafted (4 guys) than CHL (5 guys).
well, going to na shows their iq is sorely lacking. no wonder this translates on how they look on ice. you need to be exceptionally good to cross the pond, alas, everyone seems to think it's me who's special. this stupidity has no excuse

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Only 5 CHL players drafted, 10 skating in Russia drafted, twice as many even though many top players left to play in CHL. Really didnt work out for Minulin, Rubinchik and Alexeyev. Not to mention overage guys like Kosorenkov, Babenko. You almost had a better chance of skating for MVD MHL team and getting drafted (4 guys) than CHL (5 guys).
Alexeyev wasn't eligible this year, he is next year.

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Alexeyev wasn't eligible this year, he is next year.
I meant Y. Alexeyev. Major regression this year, looked like a completely different player at the U18s from a year ago. Could have stayed and played along side Kostin.

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