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08-23-2017, 10:18 AM
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Camp roster for the 4 Nations tournament in Finland (August 24-26):

GK
Alexei Melnichuk
Vladislav Sukhachyov
Kirill Ustimenko

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Maxim Afanasyev
Nikolai Bogatov
Grigoriy Dronov
Alexander Kalinin
Nikolai Knyzhov
Ivan Kovalyov
Vladimir Miroshnichenko
Alexander Shepelev
Vladislav Syomin
Yegor Zaitsev

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Andrei Altybarmakyan
Pavel Gorokhov
Georgiy Ivanov
Vladislav Kara
Artur Kayumov
Timur Khafizov
Kirill Koshurnikov
Pavel Kukshtel
Mikhail Maltsev
Artyom Manukyan
Danila Moiseyev
Maxim Rasseikin
Marsel Sholokhov
Igor Shvyryov
Danil Veryayev
Russia U20 NT final cuts: Afanasyev, Bogatov, Gorokhov, Koshurnikov, Kukshtel, Rasseikin. FW Ivan Romanov has been added to the roster.

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Didn't see the 4 Natons games, but from the roster/stats watching I still could make couple of conclusions:
  • Sukhachyov is even more likely #1 GK candidate than he was before, as Melnichuk has been quickly pulled after allowing two Vs. Czechs and Ustimenko didn't play at all.
  • Bragin is pretty serious at trying to solve the 'too much small wingers' problem (I don't think he ever took more than 3 small winger to the WJC, but this year we have Abramov, Manukyan, Kayumov, Altybarmakyan, Veryayev etc.). As a result once again Maltsev was centering small guys: in Sochi those were Manukyan and Abramov and now those were Veryayev/Altybarmakyan and Kayumov. Very unusual setup for Bragin, although you can say there was Goldobin-Kamenev-Tolchinsky line in the past (still Goldobin isn't that small).
  • Sholokhov was given an "A" and I think he has a very good chance to make it to the WJC as he is the most versatile guy on the team, which is very important for Bragin's usual 8+12 setup (as it is vulnerable to FW injuries).

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Schvyryov scored for Magnitka today.

I see that we have some new U20 names in KHL this season:

Alexander Sevostianov (D)
Artur Karmashkov (D)
Daniil Skorikov (F)
Makar Khabarov (D)
Pavel Gorokhov (F)
Damir Rakhimullin (RW)

I knew Skorikov, he showed up on several draft lists. Others I didn't know existed.

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Abramov-Shvyryov-Rubtsov
Kostin-Maltsev-Kayumov
Svechnikov-Lipanov-Altybarmakyan
Veryaev-Rasseikin-Sokolov

Zaitsev-Dronov
Kurashov-Samorukov
Kalinin-Karpukhin
Alexeyev

Sukhachyov
Melnichuk
Tarasov

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