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10-12-2012, 07:28 AM
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Хоккей : КХЛ
СКА отзаявил Тарасенко из-за юридических формальностей
СКА прокомментировал информацию о том, что нападающий Владимир Тарасенко был отзаявлен из главной команды и дозаявлен за выступающий в МХЛ "СКА-1946".

"С Владимиром всё хорошо, он в главной команде. Информация на сайте КХЛ появилась из-за юридических формальностей оформления заявки. Это оптимизация заявочного списка в соответствии с нормами регламента КХЛ", — говорится в сообщении на официальной странице СКА в "Вконтакте".

Отметим, что Тарасенко 20 лет, поэтому он может быть дозаявлен для выступления в Молодёжной хоккейной лиге.

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Tkachev with a poker today!

Avtomov and Barabanov - two talented kids from St. Piterburg had a nice game to themselves as well

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Bukarts 1+1 today in 6-4 Riga win over Yunost.

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Bukarts 1+1 today in 6-4 Riga win over Yunost.
Thanks ,was looking how he was doing in that game,good that hes on a streak scoring yesterday and today

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just came accross this interview with Buchnevich from Oct 13th



Now he is 12pts in 12 games, he doesn't have exactly the best attitude in that vid. I hope that it makes him work harder, but he comes across to me as someone entitled to play in KHL and MHL is below him. Anyway, not exactly what you hope to hear. I guess instead of "MHL is too easy" I would hope to hear "I have a LOT to work on" kind of thing.

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just came accross this interview with Buchnevich from Oct 13th



Now he is 12pts in 12 games, he doesn't have exactly the best attitude in that vid. I hope that it makes him work harder, but he comes across to me as someone entitled to play in KHL and MHL is below him. Anyway, not exactly what you hope to hear. I guess instead of "MHL is too easy" I would hope to hear "I have a LOT to work on" kind of thing.
I wonder, is this a common mindset of many top Russian prospects, some of which come to the CHL for this reason perhaps?

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I wonder, is this a common mindset of many top Russian prospects, some of which come to the CHL for this reason perhaps?
yes, and this mindset is instilled by the agents and media, unfortunately.

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45:38Изменение счета. 3:3.72.Тимур Лакеев (8.Артур Ганзвинд, 72.Тимур Лакеев). ОГИ. В большинстве

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just came accross this interview with Buchnevich from Oct 13th



Now he is 12pts in 12 games, he doesn't have exactly the best attitude in that vid. I hope that it makes him work harder, but he comes across to me as someone entitled to play in KHL and MHL is below him. Anyway, not exactly what you hope to hear. I guess instead of "MHL is too easy" I would hope to hear "I have a LOT to work on" kind of thing.
When you talk like that, it turns people off and gets them working against you. He has tremendous talent, and I have been hopeful that he would emerge as a star. If he has an entitled attitude, it might cause him to actually work less hard!

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What do you guys think about young prospects like Nikita Korostelev and Denis Yan going over to Canada at a young age to play MM hockey?

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What do you guys think about young prospects like Nikita Korostelev and Denis Yan going over to Canada at a young age to play MM hockey?
never heard of them, but it's stupid

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never heard of them, but it's stupid
They were highly touted Russian prospects in Russia, still highly touted in Canada now playing MM and possibly might be eligible for the OHL draft as they are playing in OHL territory. Certainly playing in NA at 14-15 there would be more time to adjust to NA game and culture than a prospect 16-17 no?

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They were highly touted Russian prospects in Russia, still highly touted in Canada now playing MM and possibly might be eligible for the OHL draft as they are playing in OHL territory. Certainly playing in NA at 14-15 there would be more time to adjust to NA game and culture than a prospect 16-17 no?

http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...d.php?t=952419
it is just as stupid at 16-17, as well as 18-19 and so on

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never heard of them, but it's stupid
Kind of funny that you never heard of Korostelev nor Yan, because they were CSKA top '97s. Wolem wrote about both of them for quite a while, here are a few vids dating back to 10/11 season:

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I hope they develop like Yakupov and not like Grigorenko.

EDIT: and on their early departure: I wouldn't call it outright stupid, time will tell. Though as always some talented kids continue to play in Russia (e.g. Artur Tyanulin of Ak Bars), so once again it will be interesting to compare the development of those who left and those who stayed. In recent memory of all players who sailed across the ocean only Yakupov succeeded as the top of his age group.


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Kind of funny that you never heard of Korostelev nor Yan, because they were CSKA top '97s. Wolem wrote about both of them for quite a while, here are a few vids dating back to 10/11 season:

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I hope they develop like Yakupov and not like Grigorenko.

EDIT: and on their early departure: I wouldn't call it outright stupid, time will tell. Though as always some talented kids continue to play in Russia (e.g. Artur Tyanulin of Ak Bars), so once again it will be interesting to compare the development of those who left and those who stayed. In recent memory of all players who sailed across the ocean only Yakupov succeeded as the top of his age group.
you are right, my fault, but I can't follow everything, I follow players in the MHL and earlier, only if someone points me that way.

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They were highly touted Russian prospects in Russia, still highly touted in Canada now playing MM and possibly might be eligible for the OHL draft as they are playing in OHL territory. Certainly playing in NA at 14-15 there would be more time to adjust to NA game and culture than a prospect 16-17 no?

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A 14- or 15-year old is far less equipped to handle all the changes that they will face than an 18- or 19-year old would be. I agree with CSKA - its stupid for any Russian teenager. The best time to come to NA, if that is your goal, is 21-23 years old.

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you are right, my fault, but I can't follow everything, I follow players in the MHL and earlier, only if someone points me that way.
Yeah, names change in a big haste. Kovalchuk is already 29, Ovechkin - 27... Hell, even Kuzya is no longer a part of U20 team. And 95s are eligible for the upcoming draft.

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Rihards Bukarts (NHL draft 2014) is now at 24 games 7+10 = 17 pts, HK Riga continues to climb up in the rankings beating Patriot 7:1 at home. Not really sure but that would probably make him the highest scoring in the league at the moment for 2014 draft candidates. Rihards is born on December 31, 1995, an interesting day to be born.

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A scouting report by an OHL scout on Korostelev :

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(RS) LW Nikita Korostelev | Jr. Canadiens
There’s not very many minor hockey leagues around North America where you’ll find players from Russia, but if there’s one that shouldn’t be a surprise, it’s the GTHL. Korostelev bursted onto the scene during the second half of 2011-12 where he saw time with a strong Vaughan Kings lineup. This year, Korostelev has gained some more size and is one of the more dynamic players in the crop.

Korostelev has an impressive presence on the ice and really commands the puck on a shift-by-shift basis. He has an explosive stride and strong puck possession which allows him to drive the shooting lane and utilize his heavy shot. Korostelev has a great release and an impressive shot which allows him to find the back of the twine consistently. One concern with this, however, is that Korostelev requires a high volume of shots to score. His shot selection needs to improve and his finish is an area to monitor as he will not have the same quantity of shots he gets at the MM level.

The real kicker with Korostelev at this point is whether or not he’ll even be eligible for the Priority Selection. As an import, he’ll need to establish residency requirements with the league but at this point it appears that should be a formality if the OHL is where he wants to play. If that’s the case, expect to hear his name called in Round 1.

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Kucherovs debut in Quebec(1g) is spoiled by former MHL teamate Valentin Zykov who piled up 4p (3g + 1a).

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Kucherovs debut in Quebec(1g) is spoiled by former MHL teamate Valentin Zykov who piled up 4p (3g + 1a).
Varnakov said it's gonna be very tough for Kuvherov to make the WJC, I hope he proves Varnakov otherwise.

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Baikeev has a 6-pt game (2+4)
Tkachev has a 5-pt game (1+4) in Bars' thrashing of Orienburg.

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