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10-19-2011, 01:54 AM
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Hi, friends!
My name is Dmitry Erykalov. I - sports journalist, writing about hockey. I live in Novosibirsk, and for several years been following Tarasenko.

No need to argue who is better: Tarasenko or Ovechkin. IMHO, Ovechkin - superplayer. Tarasenko - only on this way.

The style is very influenced by Tarasenko, that before the Draft, he gained weight. Last season, Vladimir proved himself as a power forward. He rarely uses of force techniques, but often uses his weight, avoiding defenders.
Previously, Tarasenko had problems with the accuracy of the throw. Sometimes he tried to play too much individually. Importantly - to Vladimir season 2010/2011 was a good central striker.

I watched the "Sibir" and Tarasenko in friendlies. The best line was Enlund - Lehtera - Tarasenko. They are very well aware of each other, did a lot of fast transmission, played a very creative way. But even then the coaches experimented, moving from one Tarasenko three in another. Dmitri Yushkevich told me that the coaches want to Vladimir Tarasenko was more independent, and not to score points by Enlund and Lehtera.

In the regular season KHL Tarasenko first played in the link with Enlund and Lehtera, but now comes the second or third line. Tarasenko returned to the Finnish faceoffdruzyam most critical moments in games. He played fantastically together with the Finnish center forward Jori Lehtera, who also drafted Blues. Lehtera not only one of the best scorers in the KHL, but 63.6% - the best indicator of face-off.

However, Tarasenko scored without Lehtera, never turning off the game.

I think the result should be compared Tarasenko last season in Russia Malkin. Evgeni Malkin was the leader of "Metallurg", typing in the regular season 47 points in 46 games. Tarasenko can be expected from about 50 points.

Tarasenko, Kuznetsov and other prodigy of the "Tractor" for the new season getting a lot of ice time - it is very good. They justify the trust.

I can answer your questions.

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10-19-2011, 06:48 AM
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10-22-2011, 09:46 AM
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This guy considers Tarasenko the best prospect in the world... Who knows.

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10-22-2011, 09:58 AM
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Could be given the captaincy for Sibir..Pretty good leadership I suppose. I'd still rather have Evgeny Kuznetsov over Tarasenko though.

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10-24-2011, 02:19 AM
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10/25/2011 17-00 (UTC+4) Kuznetsov vs. Tarasenko

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He's currently tied for 6th in scoring.

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11-05-2011, 05:18 PM
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One thing I love about Tarasenko is that he scores all kinds of goals. From highlight reel dekes to great shots to complete garbage, he never gives up on a play and always manages to get his stick on the puck and guide it to the right place, even when it's a completely broken play or he's falling down.

Some players are like this but they have a superman mentality and try to score from everywhere, taking bad shots and giving up the puck unnecessarily. But Tarasenko plays a smart game, holding on to the puck when he can, buying time and space for his linemates, and grinding low in the zone when necessary. It's easy to look at the flashy physical skills and forget how refined, diverse, and intelligent his game is.

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11-24-2011, 11:41 AM
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Vladimir Tarsenko

How good can this russian be? He has 23 points in 23 games in the second best league in the world as a 19 year old. Didnt Ove have something like 27 points in 50 something games in the same league?

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11-24-2011, 11:45 AM
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Tarsenko must be a great player.

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11-24-2011, 12:15 PM
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How good can this russian be? He has 23 points in 23 games in the second best league in the world as a 19 year old. Didnt Ove have something like 27 points in 50 something games in the same league?
I would also argue that the Russian superleague in those days was atleast a bit weaker than today's KHL...

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11-24-2011, 01:13 PM
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How good can this russian be? He has 23 points in 23 games in the second best league in the world as a 19 year old. Didnt Ove have something like 27 points in 50 something games in the same league?
Ovechkin had 27 points in 37 games in his first post-draft year in the RSL, and in his 2nd post-draft year Ovy was in the NHL, tearing it up. In Tarasenko's first post draft year (last season) he put up 19 points in 42 games, it's now his 2nd post draft year and he's so far put up 23 points in 23 games. Regardless, stats do not tell the whole story with prospects ever, Kulemin put up 27 goals and 39 points in 54 games in his first post-draft season, but nobody was comparing him to Ovechkin, just as nobody should compare Tarasenko to Ovechkin. He's a great prospect, he definitely has 1st line upside IMO, but he's nowhere near as dynamic as Ovechkin, and cannot create offense out of nothing like Ovy can.


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I would also argue that the Russian superleague in those days was atleast a bit weaker than today's KHL...
You probably know KHL better than I do, but are you sure about your argument? There sure weren't as many good players back then, but there were also less teams. So the weakest teams in KHL sure aren't as good as the weakest teams in RSL. On the other hand, the best teams are better now. I have heard some people saying that RSL in those days was tougher league than KHL now and I totally agree that. There weren't weak teams which were easy to make points against.

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Tarasenko will be a star in this league.

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11-24-2011, 01:40 PM
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more of a 2way player in NHL. think Paajarvi

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more of a 2way player in NHL. think Paajarvi
Except with the ability to finish.

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Also way stronger on his skates, with a higher hockey IQ and willingness to go to the dirty areas. I like him a lot more than MPS, personally.

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11-24-2011, 06:36 PM
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You probably know KHL better than I do, but are you sure about your argument? There sure weren't as many good players back then, but there were also less teams. So the weakest teams in KHL sure aren't as good as the weakest teams in RSL. On the other hand, the best teams are better now. I have heard some people saying that RSL in those days was tougher league than KHL now and I totally agree that. There weren't weak teams which were easy to make points against.
nonsense.

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more of a 2way player in NHL. think Paajarvi

Eeww-gross. MPS is awful.

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There weren't weak teams which were easy to make points against.
Teams like Metchel,Krylja Sovetov, Molot Prikamje, Spartak ... were not any better but even much weaker than bottom teams in KHL. Even more, i think they would not have been among the best teams in VHL these days.

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I'm excited to see Tarasenko in the Note next season.

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I'm excited to see Tarasenko in the Note next season.
well he won't be in "the Note" as he will stay here in Russia

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well he won't be in "the Note" as he will stay here in Russia
And you say this based on what, exactly?

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well he won't be in "the Note" as he will stay here in Russia
Sure, there is a chance he will remain in the KHL next season. About a 5-10% chance, at best, though.

Both Vova and his father have made it clear they see his future in the NHL and the Blues will have a 1 way contract on the table for him.

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