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11-01-2012, 06:20 PM
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Rebuilding Lokomotiv...roaring...freight train

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sport...rticle4806852/


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looks like Geoff Platt's mum commented on the article

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Here's highlights of their last game against AkBars. The video starts with Anisimov and ends when Anisimov scores game-winning goal at the 60th minute. And Sanford was great in net for Loko.

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looks like Geoff Platt's mum commented on the article
She said that the team way out east is called Cupid or Amur. Amur is the name of the river where Khabarovsk was founded at. Also that's actually crazy. 2 days ago Amur played in Prague.
The flight distance between Prague and Khabarovsk is 5446 miles.
The flight distance between Prague and New York is 4088 miles.
That's the world record for the distance between 2 teams playing in the same league.

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She does that a lot... but she's dead wrong about the (river) name, how would a French-origin word get there? "Amur" comes from Mongolian where it means "rest".

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I really like the chemistry and all-around play of the line of Plotnikov, Anisimov and Galimov. Hopefully they can reach the national team level eventually.

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I really like the chemistry and all-around play of the line of Plotnikov, Anisimov and Galimov. Hopefully they can reach the national team level eventually.
Well it's hard not to like them when they produced in every single game they played together since 2nd of November (9 games) and scored ~20 goals in that span.

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Another two goals for the GAP line today in a 2-1 victory over Neftekhimik. Anisimov and Plotnikov scored the goals.

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Another two goals for the GAP line today in a 2-1 victory over Neftekhimik. Anisimov and Plotnikov scored the goals.
3-1 victory, 2 goals by GAP line plus one by Anisimov shorthanded.

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