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04-06-2013, 09:43 AM
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Our North-Americans or Russians in the NHL, AHL, CHL etc...

I figured it's would be good to have a thread to discuss our players abroad, their potential to make NHL/KHL, track their progress without creating a separate 2-3 post thread about individual players

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I noticed Bobkov got called up to the main club, I hope he will get a chance to have his first NHL game in!

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The guy that many people don't talk about that I have personally always been high on is Ivan Telegin. I love his all around game. I remember him at WJC a couple of years ago, when he was forcing turnovers and making scoring opportunities on pretty much every penalty kill shift.

He is still adjusting to AHL. It'll take time.

I think he can be a very good all-around player.

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The guy that many people don't talk about that I have personally always been high on is Ivan Telegin. I love his all around game. I remember him at WJC a couple of years ago, when he was forcing turnovers and making scoring opportunities on pretty much every penalty kill shift.

He is still adjusting to AHL. It'll take time.

I think he can be a very good all-around player.
His skating is surreal. And has a great wrist shot.

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what do you guys think his potential is? I was high on him, but when seen on NT he didn't impress much. May be a good 3rd-liner?

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Why hasn't Tampa called up Kucherov to Norfolk? is his team in PO?

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Why hasn't Tampa called up Kucherov to Norfolk? is his team in PO?
His team Rouyn-Noranda is in the second round of the QMJHL playoffs and beat Grigorenko's Quebec team 6-1 in the first game of the series where Nikita had a goal and an assist.

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Delnov signs an amateur contract with San Antonio. Does it now mean, that he can no longer play in the CHL? Unless he plays a certain amount of games?

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Whatever happened to Evgeny Grachev?

He is another one that was highly hyped that hit a wall in AHL.

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Whatever happened to Evgeny Grachev?

He is another one that was highly hyped that hit a wall in AHL.
he seems to have one more year after this season, than hopefully home to Loko and rejuvenate his career. He had so much potential.


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he seems to have one more year after this season, than hopefully home to Loko and rejuvenate his career. He had so much potential.
Agreed. I don't know how someone with his obvious, major talent was not developed into a major success. He is big, fast, handles the puck extremely well, and has a blazing shot. He should get back to Loko as soon as possible.

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Agreed. I don't know how someone with his obvious, major talent was not developed into a major success. He is big, fast, handles the puck extremely well, and has a blazing shot. He should get back to Loko as soon as possible.
Was rushed to the AHL at 19 based on one good junior season, he should have stayed one more year and dominated.

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Agreed. I don't know how someone with his obvious, major talent was not developed into a major success. He is big, fast, handles the puck extremely well, and has a blazing shot. He should get back to Loko as soon as possible.
Problem is his hands were always kind of questionable.

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Problem is his hands were always kind of questionable.
I never noticed his hands being a weakness, but there has to be something that is holding him back.

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Artyom Sergeev got called up to Syracuse
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=79616

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Good thread, btw Telegin hasn't been in the SJ line up for a couple of months now I think. Grachev is still good, just needs out of the St. Louis system. Andronov BTW has received a contract recently from STL. Zlobin also added to AHL, Kohklahev too. Anybody seen Tarasov play yet? He was just awarded a contract with SJ and has been doing well in his rookie year in AHL.

Maybe wrong thread but why was Sorokin not included on the U18 roster, I thought he has the number one guy for the job. Serebryakov has been playing minimally this season, surprised they went him over Sorokin. Suddenly Russia has a glut of good young goalies at the junior level, it used to be the achillies heel of their junior teams.

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I don't suppose it would possible to compile a list of the players and their stats in this thread?

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wonder what happened to Goldobin, that he didn't make the team...I mean it's normal for the stats to balloon, once players come over to the CHL...

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wonder what happened to Goldobin, that he didn't make the team...I mean it's normal for the stats to balloon, once players come over to the CHL...


I asked Kravchuk on twitter a while ago, basically he doesn't believe in stats very much. I tend to agree overall.

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I asked Kravchuk on twitter a while ago, basically he doesn't believe in stats very much. I tend to agree overall.
at this age, the kid has the time to make the u20 and learn on his mistakes/weaknesses. By the time u20 rolls around this team will be much stronger anyways.

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Whatever happened to Evgeny Grachev?
One of many Russians whose career has been ruined by the CHL.

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Was rushed to the AHL at 19 based on one good junior season, he should have stayed one more year and dominated.
No, he should have stayed in Russia until he was 20. This is a basic rule for every Russian hockey player.

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Some stats from Russians in the AHL, OHL and QMJHL.
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Also Igor Bobkov (G) has .903% in 28 games

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QMJHL Ignore Jaskin

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Anyone seen Tarasov play? (http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=38672)

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Nikita Nesterov signed with the Lightning. Wonder if that means he joins Syracuse for the playoffs

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