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05-27-2013, 04:43 AM
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The amount of potential talent in your top 9 is just amazing.

Ovechkin - Malkin - Semin
Kovalchuk - Datsyuk - Radulov
Tarasenko - Anisimov - Kuznetsov/Yakupov
That top 6 is ridiculously talented.

These Olympics will be fun. The host nation's team will be the only one to rival Canada in terms of pure talent. Sweden is close but will be a fairly old team (Sedins, Zetterberg, Alfredsson).

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Markov, Gonchar, Voynov, Yakupov are the new candidates. i hope he will invite them already to the camp in august.

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05-28-2013, 10:47 AM
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Just curious (as a Leaf fan) - what are Kulemin's chances of making the team? I'd imagine he would be used as a 4th line checker and a PK'er (his two strongest traits).

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Just curious (as a Leaf fan) - what are Kulemin's chances of making the team? I'd imagine he would be used as a 4th line checker and a PK'er (his two strongest traits).
Russia don't have much of his type of players - he's a good two-way forward, physically strong - he can be also used on PP to create some traffic which is needed for snipers like Ovechkin and Kovalchuk. He can be also useful at attack - he can score, works hard to get rebounds and deflections and also has good chemistry with Malkin. So I think he is a decent candidate for making it - not a lock, but has strong chances.

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I know Russia likes to use KHL players as well. Any chance they reunite the Kulemin-Malkin-Moyzakin line?

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05-28-2013, 07:59 PM
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Mozyakin have played horrible at WC this year, so I think he has ruined (or almost ruined) his chances.

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You need Perezhogin to reach the finals. And Malkin. Plus goalie.

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You need Perezhogin to reach the finals. And Malkin. Plus goalie.
Malkin and goalie - of course.

Perezhogin - not needed for Olympic team.

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Havent read full thread so this might be discussed but what re the chances of tarasenko and kuznetsov making the team? I feel like Kuznetsov is more inclined to make the team but i could be completely wrong.

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Havent read full thread so this might be discussed but what re the chances of tarasenko and kuznetsov making the team? I feel like Kuznetsov is more inclined to make the team but i could be completely wrong.
For Tarasenko my opinion is that if next season he will be able to play the way he did before the concussion, then he will be strong candidate, especially after a lot of team Russia wingers have failed at the WC this year.

With Kuznetsov it is more complicated as he wasn't impressive at WC 2012 and at this years WC he even barely made the roster. Also Bilyaletdinov clearly showed that he kind of doesn't trust him... but again, I think he can make it if he will have a great start of the next season.

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For Tarasenko my opinion is that if next season he will be able to play the way he did before the concussion, then he will be strong candidate, especially after a lot of team Russia wingers have failed at the WC this year.

With Kuznetsov it is more complicated as he wasn't impressive at WC 2012 and at this years WC he even barely made the roster. Also Bilyaletdinov clearly showed that he kind of doesn't trust him... but again, I think he can make it if he will have a great start of the next season.
ok thanks for the input

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Any chance for Kirill Petrov to make the team?

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Any chance for Kirill Petrov to make the team?


Nop.

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Ovechkin-Malkin-Semin
Kovalcvhuk-Datsyuk-Yakupov
Kulemin-Kuznetsov-Tarasenko
Nichushkin-Grigorenko-Anisimov
Zharkov
Markov-Gonchar
Volchenkov-Voynov
Emelin-Kulikov
Tyutin
Bobrovsky
Nabokov
Bryzgalov
"C"-Datsyuk
"A"-Markov
"A"-Ovechkin
"A"-Gonchar

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Ovechkin-Malkin-Semin
Kovalcvhuk-Datsyuk-Yakupov
Kulemin-Kuznetsov-Tarasenko
Nichushkin-Grigorenko-Anisimov
Zharkov
Markov-Gonchar
Volchenkov-Voynov
Emelin-Kulikov
Tyutin
Bobrovsky
Nabokov
Bryzgalov
"C"-Datsyuk
"A"-Markov
"A"-Ovechkin
"A"-Gonchar
What have these four done to deserve Olympic consideration?

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Kovy-Malkin-Radulov
Semin-Datsyuk-Ovechkin
Kuznetsov-Tereshenko-Taresenko
Kulemin-Svitov-Kokarev
Tikhonov

Kulikov-Nikulin
Markov-Emelin
Medvedev-Voynov
Belov

Bob
Varlamov
Barulin

I'm somewhat reluctant to split up the Nikulin- Medvedev pairing as its a short tourny and u need all the chemistry you can get. However I think its worthwhile to try them apart as they are both a bit slower, and would do better when paired with a more mobile partner. 4th line is a checking line, Tikhonov is a great utility player who will play his role and can be slotted into a scoring line in a pinch.

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Ovechkin-Malkin-Semin
Kovalcvhuk-Datsyuk-Yakupov
Kulemin-Kuznetsov-Tarasenko
Nichushkin-Grigorenko-Anisimov
Zharkov
Markov-Gonchar
Volchenkov-Voynov
Emelin-Kulikov
Tyutin
Bobrovsky
Nabokov
Bryzgalov
"C"-Datsyuk
"A"-Markov
"A"-Ovechkin
"A"-Gonchar
No offence this has to be the worst prediction I've ever seen.

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06-18-2013, 05:11 PM
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Kovalchuk-Datsyuk-Radulov
Kulemin-Malkin-Moyzakin (chemistry)
Ovechkin-Tereschenko-Semin
Kokarev-Anisimov-Yakupov/Kuznetsov/Soin

Emelin-Voynov
Nikulin-Gonchar
Medvedev-Kulikov
Markov

Bobrovsky
Varlamov

PP1

Ovechkin-Datsyuk-Malkin
Voynov-Markov

Pp2

Semin-Anisimov (body presence)-Radulov
Kovalchuk-Kulikov

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Malkin is my favourite player. One possible way for Russia to win (which I hope happens) would be to use interesting line mates with Malkin whom he has chemistry with. I have two different teams here with interesting line mates for Malkin: (sorry I was too tired yesterday night when writing this to check which one is a left wing and which one a right wing from Popov and Perezhogin)

a)

Nikolai Kulemin - Evgeni Malkin - Sergei Mozyakin
Alexander Ovechkin - Pavel Datsyuk - Alexander Semin
Alexander Radulov - Artem Anisimov - Ilya Kovalchuk
Vladimir Tarasenko - Alexei Teresenko - Denis Kokarev
Evgeni Kuznezov

Andrei Markov - Slava Voynov
Evgeni Medvedev - Ilya Nikulin(c)
Nikita Nikitin - Fjedor Tyutin
Sergei Gonchar

Sergei Bobrovsky
Semyon Varlamov
Konstantin Barulin

PP1
Vladimir Tarasenko - Evgeni Malkin - Alexander Radulov
Ilya Kovalchuk - Ilya Nikulin
PP2
Alexander Ovechkin - Pavel Datsyuk - Alexander Semin
Andrei Markov - Slava Voynov
PK1
Alexei Teresenko - Denis Kokarev
Evgeni Medvedev - Ilya Nikulin
PK2
Pavel Datsyuk - Alexander Semin
Nikita Nikitin - Fedor Tyutin

b)

Alexander Perezhogin - Evgeni Malkin - Alexander Popov
Alexander Ovechkin - Evgeni Kuznezov - Alexander Semin
Vladimir Tarasenko - Viktor Tikhonov - Ilya Kovalchuk
Nikolai Kulemin - Pavel Datsyuk - Alexander Radulov
Artem Anisimov

Evgeni Medvedev - Ilya Nikulin(c)
Sergei Gonchar - Slava Voynov
Andrei Markov - Alexey Emelin
Dmitriy Kulikov

Semyon Varlamov
Sergei Bobrovsky
Konstantin Barulin

PP1
Vladimir Tarasenko - Evgeni Malkin - Alexander Radulov
Sergei Gonchar - Ilya Kovalchuk
PP2
Alexander Ovechkin - Pavel Datsyuk Alexander Semin
Andrei Markov - Ilya Nikulin
PK1
Nikolai Kulemin - Pavel Datsyuk
Evgeni Medvedev - Ilya Nikulin
PK2
Viktor Tikhonov - Ilya Kovalchuk
Alexey Emelin - Slava Voynov

Now that I've posted some teams for five countries I could maybe still do Czech Republic, for Slovakia I don't have enough knowledge...

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07-03-2013, 11:55 AM
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All I know if Russia really wants to compete for Gold at this OG there should be no players from KHL on the roster outside Radulov and maybe Kyznetsov, but he was making some bold plays in the KHL finals and WC didn't show much. So I guess his season will show.

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All I know if Russia really wants to compete for Gold at this OG there should be no players from KHL on the roster outside Radulov and maybe Kyznetsov, but he was making some bold plays in the KHL finals and WC didn't show much. So I guess his season will show.
They probably need some d-men from khl.. their nhl d is not so strong

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They probably need some d-men from khl.. their nhl d is not so strong
I think

Markov Emelin
Gonchar Voynov
Kulikov Nikitin
Volchenlov Tyutin
Orlov Belov
Babchuk

Better then what KHL can offer.

Foreigners were better D in KHL lately anyways.

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Babchuk

Better
I'm not sure, if you should place these two words so near to each other

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I'm not sure, if you should place these two words so near to each other
So what KHL can offer?
I think I've seen enough of it this WC and last Olympics.

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All I know if Russia really wants to compete for Gold at this OG there should be no players from KHL on the roster outside Radulov and maybe Kyznetsov, but he was making some bold plays in the KHL finals and WC didn't show much. So I guess his season will show.
you lost all credibility right there

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