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07-12-2006, 07:21 PM
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Future Russian Line?

Remember the russian five with detroit? well in a few years the habs might have their own.

Perezhogin/Kostitsyn-Grabovsky-Kovalev
Markov-Emelin

I know Kostitsyn and Grabovsky are Belarussian but the two countries are very close (unlike some other coutries of the USSR) and could possibly unofficially be labelled (bela)russian.

Man can't wait for the season to start.

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Remember the russian five with detroit? well in a few years the habs might have their own.

Perezhogin/Kostitsyn-Grabovsky-Kovalev
Markov-Emelin

I know Kostitsyn and Grabovsky are Belarussian but the two countries are very close (unlike some other coutries of the USSR) and could possibly unofficially be labelled (bela)russian.

Man can't wait for the season to start.


I guess you could also say Gagne-Lecavalier-Tkachuk is a Canadian line too because the US and Canada are pretty close countries

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I guess you could also say Gagne-Lecavalier-Tkachuk is a Canadian line too because the US and Canada are pretty close countries
lol i understand what ur saying but the relation that Belarus-Russia have is much different than US-Canada. Belarus is constantly negotiating to become more russian. And belarus was part of the ussr.

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lol i understand what ur saying but the relation that Belarus-Russia have is much different than US-Canada. Belarus is constantly negotiating to become more russian. And belarus was part of the ussr.

yeah yeah okay okay

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Well since those days were the redwings had this russian powerplay I always wanted one.

Perezhogin-Samsonov-Kovalev
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Belarus and Russia have totally different alphabets for one very important thing. Russia uses the cyrillic script while Belarus uses the Latin alphabet, the same as us.

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Isnt 90% of Belarus Russian though?

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Belarus and Russia have totally different alphabets for one very important thing. Russia uses the cyrillic script while Belarus uses the Latin alphabet, the same as us.
ok...Soviet line.

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Isnt 90% of Belarus Russian though?
according to wikipedia, russian dominates public life in belarus, expecially in cities...

so yes

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Belarus and Russia have totally different alphabets for one very important thing. Russia uses the cyrillic script while Belarus uses the Latin alphabet, the same as us.
What the hell are you talking about? Both use cyrillic alphabet... actually 90% of Belarussians speak russian between themselves. Russian is an official language in Belarus.

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Belarus and Russia have totally different alphabets for one very important thing. Russia uses the cyrillic script while Belarus uses the Latin alphabet, the same as us.

Both use the cryllic alphabet. Russian is an official language in Belarus and the primary language of communication. A fair portion of Belorussians do not even know Belorussian. For countries that were one and same the country for a millenia or two and have inhabitants indistinguishable from one another ethnically - they are a tad closer than the USA and Canada. They are also in the middle of some sort of weird plan to unite at some point in the future.

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sign Koslov, trade Ribiero...you got yourself a russian line

Samsonov-Koslov-Kovalev

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Belarus and Russia have totally different alphabets for one very important thing. Russia uses the cyrillic script while Belarus uses the Latin alphabet, the same as us.
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What the hell are you talking about? Both use cyrillic alphabet
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Both use the cryllic alphabet.
Belarusian language was written in Latin alphabet up until the middle of the 19th century. So yeah, the original Belarusian language differs from Russian very much.

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Emelin would be good beside Markov

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Belarusian language was written in Latin alphabet up until the middle of the 19th century. So yeah, the original Belarusian language differs from Russian very much.
Nope.. latin was used in some instances, but cyrillic was always the domminant script in Belarus.

The Belarusian alphabet is based on the Cyrillic script, from the alphabet of the Old Church Slavonic language. Its modern form was determined in 1918, and consists of thirty-two letters. Historically, the Glagolitic script had been used, sporadically, until 11th – 12th centuries. Historically, there also existed practices of rendering of the Belarusian text in Latin script and in Arabic script.

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Not argiung with this one, Cyrillic is by far more widely used, just wanted to point out that Belarusian language was/is written in Latin, too.

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I guess you could also say Gagne-Lecavalier-Tkachuk is a Canadian line too because the US and Canada are pretty close countries
Exactly, the original post was pretty ignorant. Thats like telling a Ukrainian person they are Russian, man they will beat you silly. Belarus is not Russia. Russia is not Belarus, just like Canada is not the US and the US is not Canada.

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Not to mention that Perezhogin is a native of Kazhakstan.

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Not to mention that Perezhogin is a native of Kazhakstan.
theorically, he's born in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, USSR, it became independent from Soviet Union in 1991.

And he played for Russia in international competition

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theorically, he's born in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, USSR, it became independent from Soviet Union in 1991.

And he played for Russia in international competition
wasnt belarus part of the USSR up until 1991 meaning grabo and kost were born in the USSR aswell

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wasnt belarus part of the USSR up until 1991 meaning grabo and kost were born in the USSR aswell
they declared the independance in 1990, established it 8 months after Kazakhstan but both Kostitsyn's and Grabo stayed in Belarus for a while and play for team Belarus, Perezhogin left Kazakhstan at a young age and grow in the Russian hockey system what none of the Kostitsyn's or Grabo did, so no they are not Russian but they where born in the USSR

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they declared the independance in 1990, established it 8 months after Kazakhstan but both Kostitsyn's and Grabo stayed in Belarus for a while and play for team Belarus, Perezhogin left Kazakhstan at a young age and grow in the Russian hockey system what none of the Kostitsyn's or Grabo did, so no they are not Russian but they where born in the USSR
I believe that Perezhogin left for Russia at 14 along with his coach. Andre Kostitsyn left for Russia at 17.

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07-23-2006, 06:13 PM
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I believe that Perezhogin left for Russia at 14 along with his coach. Andre Kostitsyn left for Russia at 17.
Kazakh: http://www.wildandexotic.co.uk/image...e%20hunter.jpg

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no need for posting family pics Nick!



How about a future Belarus line?

http://habprospects.com/modules.php?...article&sid=24

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no need for posting family pics Nick!



How about a future Belarus line?

http://habprospects.com/modules.php?...article&sid=24
would it be the first ever? (all Belarus Line)

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