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06-01-2009, 02:33 AM
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He's 2010 eligible. And he's smalllllll

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07-19-2009, 10:06 AM
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Maxim Goncharov 2007 Phoenix Coyotes
Ruslan Bashkirov 2007 Ottawa Senators
Maksim Mayorov 2007 Columbus Blue Jackets
Alexander Vasiliev 2007
Alexei Cherepanov 2007 New York Rangers
Max Gratchev 2007 New York Islanders
Evgeny Dadonov 2007 Phoenix Coyotes
Sergei Korostin 2007 Dallas Stars
Sergei Andronov 2007 St-Louis Blues (2009)

Viajteslav Voiynov 2008 Los Angeles Kings
Evgeny Grachev 2008 New York Rangers
Dmitri Kugryshev 2008 Washington Capitals
Kirill Petrov 2008 New York Islanders
Nikita Filatov 2008 Columbus Blue Jacket
Andrei Loktionov 2008 Los Angeles Kings
Maxim Trunev 2008 Montreal Canadiens

Igor Bobkov 2009 Anaheim Ducks
Dmitri Kulikov 2009 Florida Panthers
Dmitri Orlov 2009 Washington Capitals
Andrei Kuchin 2009
Alexander Avtsyn 2009 Montreal Canadiens

Vitaly Zotov 2010
Maxim Kitsyn 2010
Alexander Gogolev 2010
Sergei Barbashev 2010
Evgeny Kuznetzov 2010
Stanislav Galiev 2010
Alexander Burmistrov 2010
Kirill Kabanov 2010
Vladimir Tarasenko 2010
Roman Berdnikov 2010
Alexei Marchenko 2010
Daniil Apalkov 2010
Artem Gareev 2010
Nikita Zaytsev 2010
Alexander Ataev 2010
Sergei Ilminski 2010
Ivan Telegin 2010
Aynars Podzinsh 2010
Evgeny Grigorenk0 2010

Alexander Khokhlachev 2011
Alexey Shamin 2011
Vladislav Namestnikov 2011
Sergey Shemelev 2011
Stefan Stepanov 2011


Mikhail Grigorenko 2012
Nail Yakupov 2012
Leonid Ovechkin 2012
Denis Kamaev 2012
Konstantin Shabunov 2012
Sergi Kuptsov 2012


Sergey Tolchinskiy 2013
Valery Nichushkin 2013

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08-06-2009, 01:00 AM
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Can someone tell me ALL the 16 years old and 17 years old of the KHL 2008-2009 Season .?.

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08-12-2009, 01:01 PM
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2010 Nhl Draft

who are the top 5 russians in order for the draft and if you could compare them to any players in the nhl.thank you

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08-12-2009, 03:34 PM
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My personal rankings would be:

1. Kirill Kabanov
2. Evgeni Kuznetsov
3. Vladimir Tarasenko
4. Stanislav Galiev
5. Alexander Burmistrov

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09-24-2009, 11:51 AM
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Looking forward to watching Burmistrov play for the first time tonight, he's been dominant on the score sheet in his two games so far with 3g 5a 8p. It's a bit early but it's looking like the CHL isn't ruining him yet as he's flourishing early on.

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10-24-2009, 03:50 PM
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Leonid Ovechkin 2012

Drafted by the Innisfil Lakers (GMHL) in the 5th round. He was very close to coming over to North America, but changed his mind at the last second. He is willing to come over to Canada if the right situation is presented. Said he was just to young, but will re-consider next year.

And yes, he is Related to Alex Ovechkin, and has a very close relationship with him.

Still a pretty highly regarded prospect in Canada.

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11-26-2009, 05:48 PM
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Valery Nichushkin 2013
Et voilą: http://russianjuniorleague.blogspot....ichushkin.html

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11-26-2009, 08:54 PM
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He is absolutely enormous for being a 95. These players kind of appear selfish to me but I guess he is still young.

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09-29-2010, 07:37 PM
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My personal rankings would be:

1. Kirill Kabanov
2. Evgeni Kuznetsov
3. Vladimir Tarasenko
4. Stanislav Galiev
5. Alexander Burmistrov
Gonna give this one a bump.

I would say this list changed a bit.
Plus I would like to know more about Leonid Ovechkin.
Any information on him since last year?

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09-30-2010, 12:22 AM
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For 2011 the best are:

Alexander Khoklachev
Vladislav Namestnikov
Maxim Shalunov

These 3 are in a other class

Zakar Arzamastsev is good too ... Zlobin ...

We will see what pouskin74 ... alessandro seren rosso and other will say

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10-03-2010, 02:18 AM
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Russian TOP 10 for 2011 draft right now (IMHO)
1-Namestnikov(OHL)
2-Shalunov(MHL)
3-Khohlachev(OHL)
4-Levitchky(QMJHL)
5-Kucherov(MHL)
6-Makarov (goalie)(MHL)
7-Marchenko(he should be get drafted this time, 15 points in 10 games in MHL, by far the best offensive defenceman in MHL)
8-Sergeev(defense)(QMJHL)
9-Apalkov( wasnt selected last year but are just amazing right now in MHL)
10-Prohorkin(MHL)

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Russian TOP 10 for 2011 draft right now (IMHO)
1-Namestnikov(OHL)
2-Shalunov(MHL)
3-Khohlachev(OHL)
4-Levitchky(QMJHL)
5-Kucherov(MHL)
6-Makarov (goalie)(MHL)
7-Marchenko(he should be get drafted this time, 15 points in 10 games in MHL, by far the best offensive defenceman in MHL)
8-Sergeev(defense)(QMJHL)
9-Apalkov( wasnt selected last year but are just amazing right now in MHL)
10-Prohorkin(MHL)
good list

would you put zlobin behind all of them?

already asked once in an other thread: what happened to Sigarev? I found nothing on theweb.

and what are the chances of some other overagers like Gusev, Barbashev or Poteikin to get drafted?

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good list

would you put zlobin behind all of them?

already asked once in an other thread: what happened to Sigarev? I found nothing on theweb.

and what are the chances of some other overagers like Gusev, Barbashev or Poteikin to get drafted?
Yeah Zlobin behind all of them ? No Zakar Arzamastsev in the top 10 ?

And Marchenko, Apalkov drafted ? ... It would be awesome ! But is Barbashev, Gogolev and Gusev better than Apalkov ?

And Nikolai Prokhorkin is a 2012 eligible ... is late -93 ....

What do you think of Sergei Shmelev, Efim Gurkin, Bulat Baikeev, Denis Blokhin, Oleg Lomako, Semen Zherebtsov, Alexei Shamin ... ?

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Yeah Zlobin behind all of them ? No Zakar Arzamastsev in the top 10 ?

And Marchenko, Apalkov drafted ? ... It would be awesome ! But is Barbashev, Gogolev and Gusev better than Apalkov ?

And Nikolai Prokhorkin is a 2012 eligible ... is late -93 ....

What do you think of Sergei Shmelev, Efim Gurkin, Bulat Baikeev, Denis Blokhin, Oleg Lomako, Semen Zherebtsov, Alexei Shamin ... ?
i personally think that they are all about same level but Apalkov has stepped on another level compared to last season and he has a size (184cm,90 kg) which is as we know very important! Shmelev is still ok and are one of the leaders in Mytishi but i cant say same thing about Shamin. Dont know anything about other players you named here. PS: i am not high about Slobin. cant say why


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good list

would you put zlobin behind all of them?

already asked once in an other thread: what happened to Sigarev? I found nothing on theweb.

and what are the chances of some other overagers like Gusev, Barbashev or Poteikin to get drafted?
Andrey Shigarev was drafted ( KHL draft) by Sibir Novosibirsk view months ago but thats all i know. i think we need a help from user WOLEM here!

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Russian TOP 10 for 2011 draft right now (IMHO)
1-Namestnikov(OHL)
2-Shalunov(MHL)
3-Khohlachev(OHL)
4-Levitchky(QMJHL)
5-Kucherov(MHL)
6-Makarov (goalie)(MHL)
7-Marchenko(he should be get drafted this time, 15 points in 10 games in MHL, by far the best offensive defenceman in MHL)
8-Sergeev(defense)(QMJHL)
9-Apalkov( wasnt selected last year but are just amazing right now in MHL)
10-Prohorkin(MHL)
Well, putting Shalunov over Khokhlachev makes little sense at this point, not because of talent, but because Khokhlachev plays in the OHL. Look at Burmistrov vs Tarasenko/Kuznetsov last year. And Shalunov just played his first KHL game, unlike Taras and Kuzya, which have much more experience.
And Makarov plays in the QMJHL, for Lewiston.
And replying to other players, Zlobin wasn't on the same level as other 93 top prospects, playing in NA will make him drafted, but this still doesn't mean that he's better

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i personally think that they are all about same level but Apalkov has stepped on another level compared to last season and he has a size (184cm,90 kg) which is as we know very important! Shmelev is still ok and are one of the leaders in Mytishi but i cant say same thing about Shamin. Dont know anything about other players you named here. PS: i am not high about Slobin. cant say why
thx, for the various answers!

btw, this years cska-junior squad is tremendously talented and deep. would like to see them play once... (not an easy task... out of switzerland )

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Well, putting Shalunov over Khokhlachev makes little sense at this point, not because of talent, but because Khokhlachev plays in the OHL. Look at Burmistrov vs Tarasenko/Kuznetsov last year. And Shalunov just played his first KHL game, unlike Taras and Kuzya, which have much more experience.
good point. especially with the good start khokhlachev had in NA.

But Shalunov is scoring on a very good rate since the beginning of this year, in any team he played. If he keeps it up through the season and plays the U-18 WCH up to the expectations... he'll be a very intriguing prospect, particularly if we take his size into account. We all know how fans and scouts overseas love size, as a pure matter.
(btw, I've seen him play only once... so this is a wild guess talentwise.)

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whats intresting, Prohorkin and Ovechkin have been born in same calendar day and Nikolai have a same size as Alexander had at age 17

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thx, for the various answers!

btw, this years cska-junior squad is tremendously talented and deep. would like to see them play once... (not an easy task... out of switzerland )
just got our first loss to spartak, out of them all

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Nice to see some various answer

And I played with Levitsky in the Gatineau Camp, he is good.

And for Shalunov, anyone know if he thinks to the NHL or want to stay in Russia ? Same thing for Kucherov and Shmelev ? ...

And why guys like Roman Lyubimov is called up before Kucherov, Barbashev ... ?


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Any idea of the top 2012 prospects? What would be a top-5 at the moment? Yakupov, Grigorenko, Vasilevski and Galchenyuk (if he decides to play for Russia) are well known prospects, but what about after that? Are there any promising defensemen?

Nikolai Prokhorkin has started his MHL season well (10gp 8+3=11p), has anyone seen him play?

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Any idea of the top 2012 prospects? What would be a top-5 at the moment? Yakupov, Grigorenko, Vasilevski and Galchenyuk (if he decides to play for Russia) are well known prospects, but what about after that? Are there any promising defensemen?

Nikolai Prokhorkin has started his MHL season well (10gp 8+3=11p), has anyone seen him play?
Anton Ivanyuzhenkov (MHL)
Denis Kamaev (MHL)
Alexander Barabanov (MHL)
Alexei Shubin (MHL)
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