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11-04-2006, 01:01 PM
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4-Nation tournament for the 1990 team in the U.S. (Ann Arbor). Overall pretty consistent team with the one that competed in Latvia in August.

GKs
Danil Alistratov 5’6 131 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Alexander Pechursky 5’11 172 Metallurg Magnitogorsk
Andrei Petukhov 5’10 154 Lokomotiv Yaroslav

Ds:
Maxim Chudinov 5’10 180 Severstal Cherepovets
Igor Golovkov 6’3 200 Dynamo Moscow
Andrei Grenkov 6’1 218 Khimik Mitischi
Anton Klementiev 6’1 183 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Dimitri Kostromitin 6’3 178 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Dimitri Kulikov 5’11 172 Rus Moscow
Pavel Lukin 6’3 198 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Samvel Mnatsyan 6’1 194 Avangard Omsk
Valery Vasiliev 5’11 191 Dynamo Moscow
Vyacheslav Voynov 5’11 176 Traktor Chelyabinsk

Fs:
Igor Biryukov 5’11 163 (could be the son of the coach…)
Pavel Chernov 5’11 178 Khimik Mitischi
Sergei Drozd 5’11 176 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Nikita Filatov 5’11 154 CSKA Moscow
Evgeni Grachev 6’3 200 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Nikita Kokovin 6’0 161 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Dimitri Kugryshev 5’11 169 CSKA Moscow
Vyacheslav Kulemin 6’1 187 CSKA Moscow
Anton Lazarev 5’10 163 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Vladimir Litvinchuk 5’9 165 Rus Moscow
Andrei Loktionov 5’10 185 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Sergei Ostapchuk 5’10 187 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Kirill Petrov 6’2 198 Ak Bars Kazan
Alexander Volzhankin 5’11 176 Avangard Omsk
Artem Yarchuk 5’10 178 Lokomotiv Yaroslav


With respect to the 1989 teams, here is a link:
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Here is the 1987 preliminary roster (not sure it was posted here) for the team playing the 4-nation tournament in the Czech Republic:
GKs: Varlamov (88), Proskuryakov, Bespalov, Tryanichev
Ds: Anikeenko, Zubarev, Buravchikov, Valentenko, Shvalev, Alexandrov (88), Zubov (88), Kalimulin (88), Egorshev, Loginov, Osipov, Romanov, Ryasensky.
Fs: Churilov, Krysanov, Bumagin, Zubov, Istomin, Makarov, Vasyunov (88), Anisimov (88), Kazionov, Tikhonov, Velichkin, Kucheryavenko, Glovatsky (88), Zyuzin, Zachupeyko (88), Kalyanin, Glukhov (88), Kiryukhin, Kokuev, Shibayev, Milovzorov, Shipachev,

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11-04-2006, 01:46 PM
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You mean, The Next Malkin.

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11-04-2006, 04:44 PM
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With respect to the 1989 teams, here is a link:
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Cherepanov from Avangard ???

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they lost the 2nd exhibition game 2-4 against Canada East.
Karamnov and Vasiliev.
Dadonov and Lukyanchikov seem to be out due to injury.

Wasn't Denis Fakhrutdinov on the Loko team at some point in the past? Is he related to Dimitri or Artur Fakhrutdinov? I think it is questionable to see him on the team, regardless of whether he is the son of the coach or not.

Cherepanov is really really impressive. I did not expect so much from him in Superleague to be honest. Funny to see the comparative trajectories of him, Averin and Mikov over the past 3-4 years. That Omsk 89 team was really really strong with those guys, Dadonov, Fedin, Kolesnikov, Seleznev, Sotnikov)
Yes, Loko was punished because of his fake birth certificate. His father was a coach for Loko at that moment.

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11-04-2006, 05:36 PM
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the 1990 team won its first friendly vs. Germany 4:1.

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11-05-2006, 09:02 PM
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any more stats for kuchin

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11-07-2006, 08:37 AM
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4-Nation tournament for the 1990 team in the U.S. (Ann Arbor). Overall pretty consistent team with the one that competed in Latvia in August.

GKs
Danil Alistratov 5’6 131 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Alexander Pechursky 5’11 172 Metallurg Magnitogorsk
Andrei Petukhov 5’10 154 Lokomotiv Yaroslav

Ds:
Maxim Chudinov 5’10 180 Severstal Cherepovets
Igor Golovkov 6’3 200 Dynamo Moscow
Andrei Grenkov 6’1 218 Khimik Mitischi
Anton Klementiev 6’1 183 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Dimitri Kostromitin 6’3 178 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Dimitri Kulikov 5’11 172 Rus Moscow
Pavel Lukin 6’3 198 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Samvel Mnatsyan 6’1 194 Avangard Omsk
Valery Vasiliev 5’11 191 Dynamo Moscow
Vyacheslav Voynov 5’11 176 Traktor Chelyabinsk

Fs:
Igor Biryukov 5’11 163 (could be the son of the coach…)
Pavel Chernov 5’11 178 Khimik Mitischi
Sergei Drozd 5’11 176 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Nikita Filatov 5’11 154 CSKA Moscow
Evgeni Grachev 6’3 200 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Nikita Kokovin 6’0 161 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Dimitri Kugryshev 5’11 169 CSKA Moscow
Vyacheslav Kulemin 6’1 187 CSKA Moscow
Anton Lazarev 5’10 163 Traktor Chelyabinsk
Vladimir Litvinchuk 5’9 165 Rus Moscow
Andrei Loktionov 5’10 185 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Sergei Ostapchuk 5’10 187 Lokomotiv Yaroslav
Kirill Petrov 6’2 198 Ak Bars Kazan
Alexander Volzhankin 5’11 176 Avangard Omsk
Artem Yarchuk 5’10 178 Lokomotiv Yaroslav


With respect to the 1989 teams, here is a link:
Link

Here is the 1987 preliminary roster (not sure it was posted here) for the team playing the 4-nation tournament in the Czech Republic:
GKs: Varlamov (88), Proskuryakov, Bespalov, Tryanichev
Ds: Anikeenko, Zubarev, Buravchikov, Valentenko, Shvalev, Alexandrov (88), Zubov (88), Kalimulin (88), Egorshev, Loginov, Osipov, Romanov, Ryasensky.
Fs: Churilov, Krysanov, Bumagin, Zubov, Istomin, Makarov, Vasyunov (88), Anisimov (88), Kazionov, Tikhonov, Velichkin, Kucheryavenko, Glovatsky (88), Zyuzin, Zachupeyko (88), Kalyanin, Glukhov (88), Kiryukhin, Kokuev, Shibayev, Milovzorov, Shipachev,
http://www.usahockey.com/ntdp/tourna.../ntdp/stats///

Russia-90 won first match

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11-07-2006, 09:32 AM
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Kuchin vs. Kitsyn. Battle in Kazan. Kuchin won 4:3.
Last updates at fhr.ru

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11-07-2006, 04:07 PM
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Kuchin vs. Kitsyn. Battle in Kazan. Kuchin won 4:3.
Last updates at fhr.ru

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11-07-2006, 04:11 PM
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Kuchin vs. Kitsyn. Battle in Kazan. Kuchin won 4:3.
Last updates at fhr.ru
Both are indeed doing well. As anticipated, Kirill Polozov (Ufa) and Alexei Avtaev (Omsk) are also having a good tournament.

The 1990 team started off very well at the tournament in the U.S., whereas the 1989 team did poorly.

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11-07-2006, 05:44 PM
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Both are indeed doing well. As anticipated, Kirill Polozov (Ufa) and Alexei Avtaev (Omsk) are also having a good tournament.

The 1990 team started off very well at the tournament in the U.S., whereas the 1989 team did poorly.
Keep in mind the '89 squad is playing against competition who are mainly comprised of 87's and 88's.

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11-08-2006, 04:49 AM
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http://www.usahockey.com/ntdp/tourna...A/ntdp/stats//
http://www.leaguestat.com/hockeycana...p?game_id=1057

It doesn't really matter they compete 1987 and 1988 borns. If they are really good and want to have a chance to join Junior team of Kanareykin they must win in games agaisnt the guys who 1 or 2 years older. I'm not speaking about the whole team. But leaders of the team must. IMO

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http://www.usahockey.com/ntdp/tourna...A/ntdp/stats//
http://www.leaguestat.com/hockeycana...p?game_id=1057

It doesn't really matter they compete 1987 and 1988 borns. If they are really good and want to have a chance to join Junior team of Kanareykin they must win in games agaisnt the guys who 1 or 2 years older. I'm not speaking about the whole team. But leaders of the team must. IMO
Kanareykin? Is he still a coach/

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11-08-2006, 11:12 AM
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Basically, if I am not mistaking, after 4 games:

Kuchin 6G 5A 11Pts 2 PIM
Kitsyn 4G 2A 6Pts 2 PIM
Polozov 5G 4A 9Pts 0PIM
Avtaev 3G 1A 4Pts 2PIM


The teams are regional teams (it is the Russian championship of regions if you want). Kuchin plays on the Moscow team, Kitsyn and Avtaev on the Sibir team, Polozov on the Povolzhie team. Kuchin usually plays for CSKA Moscow, Kitsyn for Metallurg Novokuznetsk, Polozov for Salavat Yulaev Ufa, and Avtaev for Avangard Omsk.

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Here is the 1987 preliminary roster (not sure it was posted here) for the team playing the 4-nation tournament in the Czech Republic:
GKs: Varlamov (88), Proskuryakov, Bespalov, Tryanichev
Ds: Anikeenko, Zubarev, Buravchikov, Valentenko, Shvalev, Alexandrov (88), Zubov (88), Kalimulin (88), Egorshev, Loginov, Osipov, Romanov, Ryasensky.
Fs: Churilov, Krysanov, Bumagin, Zubov, Istomin, Makarov, Vasyunov (88), Anisimov (88), Kazionov, Tikhonov, Velichkin, Kucheryavenko, Glovatsky (88), Zyuzin, Zachupeyko (88), Kalyanin, Glukhov (88), Kiryukhin, Kokuev, Shibayev, Milovzorov, Shipachev,
Final cuts were:
GKs: Bespalov, Tryanichev
Ds: Zubov, Kalimulin, Egorshev, Romanov, Ryasensky
Fs: Bumagin, Istomin, Kazionov, Tikhonov, Velichkin, Zachupeyko, Kalyanin, Kokuev, Shibayev, Shipachev

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The regions are over. Kuchin - best scorer, Kitsyn - best forward.

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The regions are over. Kuchin - best scorer, Kitsyn - best forward.
Yes, and they led their two teams to the top 2 spots of the tournament.

The 1990 team won 10-1 yesterday against Slovakia and plays in the final against the U.S. tonight.
http://www.usahockey.com/ntdp/tourna...7_sked/stats//
The top 8 scorers of the tournament are Russians.

The 1989 team won 7-1 yesterday against Germany and will play the semi-final today against Canada East.
http://www.hockeycanada.ca/2/2/9/0/7/index1.shtml

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Final cuts were:
GKs: Bespalov, Tryanichev
Ds: Zubov, Kalimulin, Egorshev, Romanov, Ryasensky
Fs: Bumagin, Istomin, Kazionov, Tikhonov, Velichkin, Zachupeyko, Kalyanin, Kokuev, Shibayev, Shipachev
I would have expected Bumagin to make it and hoped for Zubov.

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Russia came back from a 4 goal deficit to beat USA to win the u-17 4-nations.
Petrov scored in OT. 7 goals in 4 games for Filatov.

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Russia came back from a 4 goal deficit to beat USA to win the u-17 4-nations.
Petrov scored in OT. 7 goals in 4 games for Filatov.
That's great !!!!

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That's great !!!!
Oh, YES, Russian has 1990 generation of champions with top players like FW PETROV, Kugryshev, VOINOV. Great to see in top 10 scorerers list 7 Russians!

Link: http://edit.usahockey.com/ntdp/main_...4nat_u17_home/

Nobody on this U17 team that might be available....OHL Scouts were drooling over some of these guys and I mean DROOLING...

It's evident that by now many of the U-17 boys with their agents and have bright future in top senior league in Russia. NHL will have to wait 2-3 years more to get Russian talents...

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cool but nothing special. It is generation of champions.
According to the stats it was not the best tournament for Ostapchuck. I hope Dokin will solve his problems with head coach and join the team.

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Russia came back from a 4 goal deficit to beat USA to win the u-17 4-nations.
Petrov scored in OT. 7 goals in 4 games for Filatov.
Fantastic! Any clip?

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New battle of Kuchin and Kitzyn. This time on the regions of '90 borns.)))
http://www.hk-traktor.ru/index.php?o...ble&tournid=11

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interesting, indeed.
After 3 games, Kitsyn is 1+1=2
Same for Kuchin (and Filatov, who are playing on the same line), but after 2 games.
Loktionov 3+2 after 3 games

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