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06-20-2012, 10:53 AM
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Tolchinky's an undersized forward with lights-out talent. Possibly the most skilled '95 in the world.


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I personally wouldnt be mad if he took Tolchinksy. We would probably get an extra season from him too because of his size issues..

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I personally wouldnt be mad if he took Tolchinksy. We would probably get an extra season from him too because of his size issues..
hands off 'vzhick'!

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Nichushkin looks very similar to Malkin. And that's a good thing, isn't it?

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Compared to Grigorenko he underperformed at U18.

I wouldn't say for sure that he could be better than Grigo. He had an overall bad year, with U17 only being good.
They have a different style. Grigorenko plays a slow, subtle game. You can see it in his games with Buffalo. Great hands, gets a lot of assists, etc. Nichushkin plays a fast game, driving hard to the net at full speed, using his big body and balance on skates to protect the puck. His game winning OT goal in the Bronze Medal game against Canada is a perfect illustration of how he plays. It seems to me that if they are both playing in the NHL in a few years, Nichushkin will be a goal scorer and Grigorenko will rack up a lot of assists.

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They have a different style. Grigorenko plays a slow, subtle game. You can see it in his games with Buffalo. Great hands, gets a lot of assists, etc. Nichushkin plays a fast game, driving hard to the net at full speed, using his big body and balance on skates to protect the puck. His game winning OT goal in the Bronze Medal game against Canada is a perfect illustration of how he plays. It seems to me that if they are both playing in the NHL in a few years, Nichushkin will be a goal scorer and Grigorenko will rack up a lot of assists.
Sorry, I failed to look at the date of the message I responded to. Seemed funny that the poster didn't know anything about Nichushkin.

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