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08-31-2012, 02:20 AM
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Russian Prospect Line (1994 to 1990)

I take my time to do a little view of what the Team russia of each year will look at forward position. You can comment or tell me your opinion (it would be nice because it take a lot of my night time):

1994:

Slepyshev - Grigorenko - Kamaev
Zharkov - Yakimov - Filippov
Delnov - Osnovin - Barabanov
Krutikov - Khatsey - Timirev

1993:

Kosov - Khokhlachev - Yakupov
Shalunov - Prokhorkin - Kucherov
Shmelev - Kadeikin - Zlobin
Sigarev - Tkachev - Kapustin

1992:

Galiev - Namestnikov - Kuznetsov
Barbashev - Telegin - Gusev
Kabanov - Apalkov - Potekhin
Kartaev - Kulikov - Galimov

1991:

Kitsyn - Burmistrov - Tarasenko
Panarin - Sobchenko (RIP)- Avtsin
Dvurechensky- Voronin - Kalinin
Burdasov - Golubev - Bocharov

1990: (Tough one)

Filatov - Loktionov - Petrov
Grachev - Khokhryakov - Kugryshev
Belousov - Plotnikov - Timkin
Nikontsev - Kulemin - Lugin


So that's it !! I try the best I can ....

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I take my time to do a little view of what the Team russia of each year will look at forward position. You can comment or tell me your opinion (it would be nice because it take a lot of my night time):

1994:

Slepyshev - Grigorenko - Kamaev
Zharkov - Yakimov - Filippov
Delnov - Osnovin - Barabanov
Krutikov - Khatsey - Timirev

1993:

Kosov - Khokhlachev - Yakupov
Shalunov - Prokhorkin - Kucherov
Shmelev - Kadeikin - Zlobin
Sigarev - Tkachev - Kapustin

1992:

Galiev - Namestnikov - Kuznetsov
Barbashev - Telegin - Gusev
Kabanov - Apalkov - Potekhin
Kartaev - Kulikov - Galimov

1991:

Kitsyn - Burmistrov - Tarasenko
Panarin - Sobchenko (RIP)- Avtsin
Dvurechensky- Voronin - Kalinin
Burdasov - Golubev - Bocharov

1990: (Tough one)

Filatov - Loktionov - Petrov
Grachev - Khokhryakov - Kugryshev
Belousov - Plotnikov - Timkin
Nikontsev - Kulemin - Lugin


So that's it !! I try the best I can ....
I would add Yakimov to the 1994 group. I don't think Kabanov belongs in 1992, but I'm not sure who would take his place, maybe even Lyubimov would look better there.

No doubt that the 1991 Group is the best one (not just because of age). 1990 is probably the weakest, although Filatov and Grachev were good at the time. Also, I think Trunev is better than some on the 1990.

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I would add Yakimov to the 1994 group. I don't think Kabanov belongs in 1992, but I'm not sure who would take his place, maybe even Lyubimov would look better there.

No doubt that the 1991 Group is the best one (not just because of age). 1990 is probably the weakest, although Filatov and Grachev were good at the time. Also, I think Trunev is better than some on the 1990.
Yakimov is already there check the second line ... And thanks for your comments !! if you have to make 2 other line by year what players would you take ?

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Yakimov is already there check the second line ... And thanks for your comments !! if you have to make 2 other line by year what players would you take ?
Ah yes, I missed Yakimov- sorry. Not that many players come to mind right away, I have some depth charts on my other computer, but I can't remember all of them now.

Damir Zhafiarov -94, is playing with KHL team in preseason and is doing good. I think he's another one to watch.

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Ah yes, I missed Yakimov- sorry. Not that many players come to mind right away, I have some depth charts on my other computer, but I can't remember all of them now.

Damir Zhafiarov -94, is playing with KHL team in preseason and is doing good. I think he's another one to watch.
Some names here:

1994:
Leonid Avtomov
Viktor Komarov
Alexander Remov
Alexander Lebedev
Vadim Khlopotov
Sergei Kuptsov
Konstantin Shabunov
Damir Zhafyarov
Timur Shingareev
Daniil Yunishev

1993:
Anton Shenfeld
Dmitri Mikhailov
Artem Fedorov
Sergei Tverdokhlebov
Vadim Pereskokov
Roman Konkov
Dmitri Arkhipov
Vladimir Nikiforov
Alexei Shubin
Alexander Petrov
Alexei Shamin
Evgeny Poltorak
Valeri Polyakov
Bulat Baikeev
Bulat Khammatov
Romantsev
Danil Faizulin

1992:

Ignat Zemchenko
Ainars Podzins
Alexander Gogolev
Roman Lyubimov
Mikhail Plotnikov
Roman Berdnikov
Evgeni Grigorenko
Artem Gareev
Andrei Maximov
Evgeny Soloviev
Semen Zherebtsov

1991:

Nikita Tochitsky
Filip Savchenko
Andrei Kuchin
Semen Valuisky
Pavel Zdunov
Airat Ziazov
Kirill Ledebev
Alexander Pankov
Kirill Polozov
Sergei Chvanov
Alexander Fedoseev
Maxim Karpov
Yaroslav Alshevsky
Stanislav Alshevsky
Daniil Tarasov

1990:

Pavel Chernov
Pavel Dedunov
Magomed Gimbatov
Anton Lazarev
Maxim Trunev
Sergei Ostapchuk
Oleg Yashin
Aslan Raisov
Evgeni Orlov
Stepan Sannikov
Alexander Streltsov
Yaroslav Tulyakov
Nikolai Kazakovtsev

....
Maybe in the 1990 I have some name who are far from the better ones ... Just let me know if I forgot a goooood player !! whos the top 5 each year in these list ?

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I take my time to do a little view of what the Team russia of each year will look at forward position. You can comment or tell me your opinion (it would be nice because it take a lot of my night time):

1994:

Slepyshev - Grigorenko - Kamaev
Zharkov - Yakimov - Filippov
Delnov - Osnovin - Barabanov
Krutikov - Khatsey - Timirev

1993:

Kosov - Khokhlachev - Yakupov
Shalunov - Prokhorkin - Kucherov
Shmelev - Kadeikin - Zlobin
Sigarev - Tkachev - Kapustin

1992:

Galiev - Namestnikov - Kuznetsov
Barbashev - Telegin - Gusev
Kabanov - Apalkov - Potekhin
Kartaev - Kulikov - Galimov

1991:

Kitsyn - Burmistrov - Tarasenko
Panarin - Sobchenko (RIP)- Avtsin
Dvurechensky- Voronin - Kalinin
Burdasov - Golubev - Bocharov

1990: (Tough one)

Filatov - Loktionov - Petrov
Grachev - Khokhryakov - Kugryshev
Belousov - Plotnikov - Timkin
Nikontsev - Kulemin - Lugin


So that's it !! I try the best I can ....
I think you have done an excellent job of capturing the best of those years. i agree with the few edits that Fulcrum has made, but for the most part, you've got it all here.

I would rank the birth years in the following manner:

1. 1991
2. 1993
3. 1992
4. 1994
5. 1990

Obviously, many of these years are so close in quality to the others that it is just a matter of making a guess.

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Some names here:

1994:
Leonid Avtomov
Viktor Komarov
Alexander Remov
Alexander Lebedev
Vadim Khlopotov
Sergei Kuptsov
Konstantin Shabunov
Damir Zhafyarov
Timur Shingareev
Daniil Yunishev

1993:
Anton Shenfeld
Dmitri Mikhailov
Artem Fedorov
Sergei Tverdokhlebov
Vadim Pereskokov
Roman Konkov
Dmitri Arkhipov
Vladimir Nikiforov
Alexei Shubin
Alexander Petrov
Alexei Shamin
Evgeny Poltorak
Valeri Polyakov
Bulat Baikeev
Bulat Khammatov
Romantsev
Danil Faizulin

1992:

Ignat Zemchenko
Ainars Podzins
Alexander Gogolev
Roman Lyubimov
Mikhail Plotnikov
Roman Berdnikov
Evgeni Grigorenko
Artem Gareev
Andrei Maximov
Evgeny Soloviev
Semen Zherebtsov

1991:

Nikita Tochitsky
Filip Savchenko
Andrei Kuchin
Semen Valuisky
Pavel Zdunov
Airat Ziazov
Kirill Ledebev
Alexander Pankov
Kirill Polozov
Sergei Chvanov
Alexander Fedoseev
Maxim Karpov
Yaroslav Alshevsky
Stanislav Alshevsky
Daniil Tarasov

1990:

Pavel Chernov
Pavel Dedunov
Magomed Gimbatov
Anton Lazarev
Maxim Trunev
Sergei Ostapchuk
Oleg Yashin
Aslan Raisov
Evgeni Orlov
Stepan Sannikov
Alexander Streltsov
Yaroslav Tulyakov
Nikolai Kazakovtsev

....
Maybe in the 1990 I have some name who are far from the better ones ... Just let me know if I forgot a goooood player !! whos the top 5 each year in these list ?
I agree with Fulcrum that Trunev belongs in the 1990 group. In the 1994 group, I thought Kuptsov played really well in the U18 World Championships in April.

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I think Yaroslav Alshevsky will have good (maybe great) season 12/13. He was 2nd in pts in last VHL regular season. This summer scored many goals/assists in pre-games of Neftekhimik.

Avangard sent G Shilin (91) and D Dmitry Kozlov (90) to VHL club - Kurgan.

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I agree with Fulcrum that Trunev belongs in the 1990 group. In the 1994 group, I thought Kuptsov played really well in the U18 World Championships in April.
I was not sure with Trunev if I overrated him because I like him a lot ! Thanks for the info !! It's after these 12 player by years that I have some difficulties to rank them ...

Are you able to class some of the others ? Like top 5 by years that I mentionned after ?

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I think Yaroslav Alshevsky will have good (maybe great) season 12/13. He was 2nd in pts in last VHL regular season. This summer scored many goals/assists in pre-games of Neftekhimik.

Avangard sent G Shilin (91) and D Dmitry Kozlov (90) to VHL club - Kurgan.
Yes, I agree Alshevsky is slightly underrated.

Good ranking too:
1. 1991
2. 1993
3. 1992

4. 1994
5. 1990

The highlighted are very close, since Kuznetsov is an amazing stand-out for 92, unfortunately no one is really close to his level on that team.

What about 1995 talents:
Pavel Buchnevich
Sergei Tolchinksy
Valerii Nichushkin
Ivan Barbashev
Nikolai Goldobin

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I'd do this. I switched LW/RW when needed, because most players can play both sides.



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1994:

Slepyshev - Grigorenko - Kamaev
Zharkov - Yakimov - Filippov
Delnov - Osnovin - Barabanov
Krutikov - Khatsey - Timirev
Slepyshev - Grigorenko - Zharkov
Filippov - Yakimov - Barabanov
Delnov - Osnovin - Kamaev
Krutikov - Khatsei - Lebedev


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1993:

Kosov - Khokhlachev - Yakupov
Shalunov - Prokhorkin - Kucherov
Shmelev - Kadeikin - Zlobin
Sigarev - Tkachev - Kapustin
Kucherov - Khokhlachev - Yakupov
Shalunov - Prokhorkin - Kosov
Zlobin - Kadeikin - Sigarev
Shmelev - Tkachev - Kapustin


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1992:

Galiev - Namestnikov - Kuznetsov
Barbashev - Telegin - Gusev
Kabanov - Apalkov - Potekhin
Kartaev - Kulikov - Galimov
Gusev - Telegin - Kuznetsov
Galiev - Namestnikov - Barbashev
Zemchenko - Apalkov - Kabanov
Potekhin - Kartaev - Galimov


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1991:

Kitsyn - Burmistrov - Tarasenko
Panarin - Sobchenko (RIP)- Avtsin
Dvurechensky- Voronin - Kalinin
Burdasov - Golubev - Bocharov
Panarin - Burmistrov - Tarasenko
Kalinin - Sobchenko - Burdasov
Kitsyn - Tochitsky - Alshevsky
Bocharov - Golubev - Avtsin



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1990: (Tough one)

Filatov - Loktionov - Petrov
Grachev - Khokhryakov - Kugryshev
Belousov - Plotnikov - Timkin
Nikontsev - Kulemin - Lugin
Filatov - Loktionov - Petrov
Grachev - Plotnikov - Nikontsev
Trunev - Kulemin - Lugin
Timkin - Fisenko - Kugryshev

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Zine, If you had to do a Top 7-8 players outside of the 12 player each year, who would you choose ?

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I think Yaroslav Alshevsky will have good (maybe great) season 12/13. He was 2nd in pts in last VHL regular season. This summer scored many goals/assists in pre-games of Neftekhimik.

Avangard sent G Shilin (91) and D Dmitry Kozlov (90) to VHL club - Kurgan.
I thought Shilin played poorly in the World Junior Cup.

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Zine, If you had to do a Top 7-8 players outside of the 12 player each year, who would you choose ?
I dunno. That's getting rather far down the depth chart.

This is what I put together for D and G.


1994
Malekhikh - Vasiliev
Tryamkin - Bereglazov
Galin - Lisov
Mironov - Gareev

Vasilevsky
Ustinsky

1993
Nesterov - Naumenkov
Sergeev - Yarullin
Dyakov - Osipov
Shestopalov - Pedan

Makarov
Perevozchikov

1992
Marchenko - Arzamastsev
Ozhiganov - Antipov
Zheldakov - Isangulov
Kudinov - Gurkin

Kostenko
Saprykin

1991
Orlov - Pivtsakin
Sergeev - Zaitsev
Urychev - Berezin
Berdyukov - Ignatovich

Bobkov
Shikin

1990
Kulikov - Voinov
Chudinov - Kiselevich
Vishnevsky - Konev
Mamkin - Kostromitin

Pechursky
Alistratov

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I think Konev is a '89 ... And not sure but in 1992 you say Antipov ?? You think at Antipin or it is just me who don't know who is Antipov ??

And thanks for this !! I dont know much about defenseman so it's good for me !!

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I think Konev is a '89 ... And not sure but in 1992 you say Antipov ?? You think at Antipin or it is just me who don't know who is Antipov ??

And thanks for this !! I dont know much about defenseman so it's good for me !!
Yes I meant Antipin for 1992...I don't think he has high level potential though.
And replace Konev with, hmm.. maybe Golovkov or Klementiev?

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Yes I meant Antipin for 1992...I don't think he has high level potential though.
And replace Konev with, hmm.. maybe Golovkov or Klementiev?
It's easy to see that Russia produced a lot more forward than defense .... A mix with the Sweden defense would be awesome ...

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My biggest omission was Zhafyarov for the 1994 !!

For the rest, I think is still the same ...

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Wonder why Tryamkin didn't garnish any attention for the WJC team? Admittedly I havent seen him play, but I cant imagine he could be any worse than Vasilevski and at 6'6" 220lbs. thats impressive, wow.

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Wonder why Tryamkin didn't garnish any attention for the WJC team? Admittedly I havent seen him play, but I cant imagine he could be any worse than Vasilevski and at 6'6" 220lbs. thats impressive, wow.
because now it's difficult to be worse than Vasilevski?

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because now it's difficult to be worse than Vasilevski?
Haha, no, the guy sucks... But at least he got his invite to the SS and the summer series.

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Haha, no, the guy sucks... But at least he got his invite to the SS and the summer series.
you mean it is difficult indeed?

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1990 is probably the weakest, although Filatov and Grachev were good at the time.
5 points in 23 games this season in the AHL.

If you want to cry here is a thread from 2009 about him
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What a fall.....

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late 94 Pedan (brother to Andrei) recently transferred to USHL and committed to NCAA for next season. IMO big step for him, was wondering why he didnt follow his brother to the OHL, now the move makes sense.

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5 points in 23 games this season in the AHL.

If you want to cry here is a thread from 2009 about him
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What a fall.....
yes, his value may have been overrated, but he ruined his career by staying in NA

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