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09-12-2008, 11:31 AM
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Anisimov

there is a link from prospect park on anisimov....

http://theprospectpark.blogspot.com/


comments are welcome...

i agree with what they say except for 1st line center....i think he will be a solid 2nd liner

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there is a link from prospect park on anisimov....

http://theprospectpark.blogspot.com/


comments are welcome...

i agree with what they say except for 1st line center....i think he will be a solid 2nd liner
I see a super high end 2nd line center.

Possibly a 1st line center, depending on the definition of one.

At his peak, if he hits it, he could be a PPG player while providing Selke level defense.

I think a more realistic expectation is that of 65-75 points with amazing defense.

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Good read.

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We might be shooting a bit high here, but I hope he'll be a good one.

Makes me wonder where he'll fit in with the team this year and next (unless he takes a step backwards, I don't think there's any way he won't be good enough to make the team in '09 for sure. Unless there's just no room).

Shift someone to wing? Drury? Do we go that route? Dunno, something like:

Naslund-Gomez-Drury
Cherepanov-Anisimov-Zherdev
Dawes-Dubinsky-Korpikoski

Dunno, throwin out names. Cherepanov with Gomez and Drury on the 2nd line might work out better in terms of playing natural positions. Still, there's some good potential in those lines.

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Drury- Anisimov- callahan

Might be a great future shut down line- great puck persuit, offensively capable.. sound defense.. slightly undersized with drur and call, hopefully ani fills out a little to make up some of the difference.

you could also sub in korpedo with cally, since he too is thought to be a solid 2 way player...

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09-12-2008, 12:14 PM
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If we're going for line projections for 09-10, hardly possible though, maybe this:

Dawes-Gomez-Zherdev
Naslund-Dubinsky-Cherepanov
Drury-Anisimov-Korpikoski

Hopefully two good scoring lines and an awesome two-way line.

Btw, how is Anisimov on faceoffs? It seems our team is pretty strong on faceoffs w/ our centers, and since someone is either gonna have to go or be moved out of position if and when Anisimov eventually makes the team, it'd be nice if didn't hurt the team's faceoff position much.

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09-12-2008, 12:18 PM
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If we're going for line projections for 09-10, hardly possible though, maybe this:

Dawes-Gomez-Zherdev
Naslund-Dubinsky-Cherepanov
Drury-Anisimov-Korpikoski

Hopefully two good scoring lines and an awesome two-way line.
Unk- great thoughts, I was basically there as well, just too lazy to type out 3 lines
that 3rd line would really be solid, especially if ani/korp get more then just a taste this season (or at the very least, korp)

That would also give us a capable line of
orr(?) Betts and Callahan

Pretty solid team up and down... not to mention the 'extras' we might have around (ie- prucha)..

granted, anything could change with a single trade.

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I hope to see more of Anisimov...

this season (in HFD most likely). Tough for me to say 1st line, 2nd line, 3rd line, career AHLer or Russia-bound at this point. His numbers seemed to improve as the season progressed (of course it seemed as though quite a few players experienced a better second half than the first, Byers being another example). I do think he's going to have to be a more physical player (and probably a bit bigger and stronger) to be successful. By physical I'm not saying a bruiser or a guy who's going to crash the boards, but he will have to get more involved and win some battles. He's quite young (was 19 years old last season) and he assimilited nicely in his first season in North America. Hopefully he can build on what he did last season and be a regular in a year or two.

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I'll tell you what though... the guy has got some balance and steady wheels under him.

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Btw, how is Anisimov on faceoffs? It seems our team is pretty strong on faceoffs w/ our centers, and since someone is either gonna have to go or be moved out of position if and when Anisimov eventually makes the team, it'd be nice if didn't hurt the team's faceoff position much.
He sucked to start the season, but steadily improved as the season went on (as he did in basically every facet of his game). The biggest problem early was that he just wasn't accustomed to the more physical nature of draws here in NA. Early on he tried to win them clean, and if he didn't the opposing forward tied him up and the other team came away with the puck. He started to catch on around January and started using his size to his advantage. There were a handful of games in late Jan/early February where I tracked his faceoffs and there was only one where he was below 50% and a few where he was up in the 70% range.

That said, even by the end of the season he wasn't the Pack's top faceoff man by any stretch of the imagination -- that honor belonged to Mike Ouellette, who was generally the guy put out on the ice for all the important draws.

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Cherepanov-Anismov-Zherdev

That is a beastly line. We have a very bright future.

Now we need more Russians

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Cherepanov-Anismov-Zherdev

That is a beastly line. We have a very bright future.

Now we need more Russians

The CZAR line? It's almost too perfect.

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The CZAR line? It's almost too perfect.
...except there's no "R".

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Love the prospect, can't stand the Prospect Park website, so didn't even bother reading the article.

1) Their writing is absolutely terrible, it's like reading the writing of a 10-year old. Little to no punctuation and horrible grammar. It's like they don't even bother to proof-read it.

2) They're far too biased. It's always "Vets suck! Prospects rule! zOMG!!!1!!1 xLOLZ!".

They like "bragging" about prospects like they own them, and like no one else appreciates young players.

Really f'ing annoying.

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...except there's no "R".
If it's that big of a deal jeff, the "R" could be for Rangers....or Russians. Or perhaps you should just "Read between the lines" and not worry about it too much.

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...except there's no "R".
Ugh just go with it man

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I see a super high end 2nd line center.

Possibly a 1st line center, depending on the definition of one.

At his peak, if he hits it, he could be a PPG player while providing Selke level defense.

I think a more realistic expectation is that of 65-75 points with amazing defense.
Is this guy really that good? Damn, I have such low expectations for every single drafted prospect we have. I would be ecstatic if Anisimov develops into that player.

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The CZAR line? It's almost too perfect.
Thats awesome.

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Thats awesome.
Coming soon to Madison Square Garden

Korpikoski, Aminisev, Cherapanov

I think we will see glimpses this year

Makes sense to move Drury to the Wing even this year ...........It would make the top 6 forwards alot stronger by having Dubinsky up at the #2 Centre spot instead of shagging the 3rd line

I can pretty much guarantee Drury hits the wing on the PP

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This article has me hoping Ani makes the jump this year. Put Drury on Dubinsk'y wing. It would be perfect.

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Coming soon to Madison Square Garden

Korpikoski, Aminisev, Cherapanov

I think we will see glimpses this year

Makes sense to move Drury to the Wing even this year ...........It would make the top 6 forwards alot stronger by having Dubinsky up at the #2 Centre spot instead of shagging the 3rd line

I can pretty much guarantee Drury hits the wing on the PP

Who the hell is Aminisev!?!!

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the one this i will say is that sather better find a way to open up some spots for next season as cheraponov, anisimov, sanguinetti, byers, korpikoski, jessiman, and moore should all battle for solid starting job in the nhl

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Its says: "Dubinsky lacks the size."

6-1 210 lacks size?

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Its says: "Dubinsky lacks the size."

6-1 210 lacks size?
Could be bigger is what I think they meant to say, although he does play bigger than his body suggests.

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That article was very poorly-written. And based upon stuff that's common knowledge about Anisimov.

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