I was just throwing it out there, nothing set in stone. And I wouldn't say not even close. Its definately close, Tikhonov is just maturing into himself as a player where as Radulov has been in his prime for about 3 years now. BTW Tikhonov is doing a lot more against Dinamo than Radulov did. Just appreciate the heroicness of the situation. If this is Tikhonovs break out party and he keeps his production up through next season he could establish himself as one of the elite forwards in the KHL IMO, we'll see.
Originally Posted by SoundAndFury
Not even close.
Oh but it is
Originally Posted by Atas2000
Nope. What sense does it make anyway to compare a center to a winger?
Comparing two scoring forwards, very relevant.
Last edited by SoundAndFury: 03-30-2013 at 07:49 PM.