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12-07-2006, 04:51 PM
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Perezhogin stat

Just a quick note...

Alexander Perezhogin is now 3rd in the NHL in +/- with a +14 behind....

Jaromir Jagr & Tomas Vanek



Considering he doesn't get near the icetime those guys get, nor does he put up the same numbers, it's quite a feat

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12-07-2006, 04:52 PM
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He's been heating up the scoreboard lately as well, he's starting to remind me a lot of Higgins these days.

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12-07-2006, 04:54 PM
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Happy he is comming around if only Kots could learn from him and progress in the same way.

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12-07-2006, 04:58 PM
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Happy he is comming around if only Kots could learn from him and progress in the same way.
Kost was drafted two years after Perezhogin...give him time.

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12-07-2006, 05:19 PM
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Happy he is comming around if only Kots could learn from him and progress in the same way.
Kostitsyn's progressed a lot in the last year. I can't wait to see him take Ryder/Samsonov's spot.

Soon enough my friends..

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12-07-2006, 05:26 PM
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El Perezidente may not develop into the 40 goals scorer many of us projected him to become when he was drafted but he sure will become one hell of a checking line player in the worst case.I still remember when there was a lot of concern about his defensive game a few years ago.He seem to have improved A LOT in that department.

Still, it's too soon to predict anything but in any case i like what i'm seeing from him for the moment.

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12-07-2006, 05:30 PM
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Good job Perezhogin.

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12-07-2006, 05:44 PM
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Perez lives to prove posters on HF wrong.

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12-07-2006, 05:47 PM
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I'd like to know who projected Perezhogin to turn into a 40 goal scorer. I always thought of him as a good player with special abilities, but 40 goals is a lot of scoring.

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12-07-2006, 05:50 PM
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I think this guy will become an 80 point scorer one day just like Afinogenov. Give it time

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12-07-2006, 05:57 PM
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There's no doubt he will blow away last year production. He's only 5goals and 4 assist form last year production. Tonight will be his 100 NHL game if you count the playoffs.

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12-07-2006, 05:58 PM
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5th behind Lidstrom, Preissing, Pronger and Vanek

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I think this guy will become an 80 point scorer one day just like Afinogenov. Give it time
Yea! He looks like Afinogenov also!! well i always thought he did lol Go Perez Go

Speaking of facts: Komisarek is leading the NHL in hits by a defencemen

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12-07-2006, 06:07 PM
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I don't understand the comparaison with Afinogenov.It's true that on certain aspects they are quite similar (speed for one) but Perez doesn't have the ultra smooth hands of Afinogenov and that alone is a big factor imho.

That's unless i haven't seen what he's truly capable of....

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12-07-2006, 06:13 PM
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I don't understand the comparaison with Afinogenov.It's true that on certain aspects they are quite similar (speed for one) but Perez doesn't have the ultra smooth hands of Afinogenov and that alone is a big factor imho.

That's unless i haven't seen what he's truly capable of....
oh yes he has, he's just too afraid to make mistakes, it'l come, you should see his hilightrell goals back in the RSL. Afinogenov when he started didn't have ultra smooth like Afinogenov has either

edit: here's proof: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCgw-1L9eUI

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That's insane, especially considering we're not offensive powerhouses by any means.

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I think Perez is more like Hossa then Afinogrnov. He's not as fast as afinogenov and he doesnt have the same puck control. But I think he's a better forecheker and two way player.

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12-07-2006, 07:10 PM
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Perez lives to prove posters on HF wrong.
Yup, great way to say it.

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12-07-2006, 07:19 PM
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Yup, great way to say it.
At the beginning of last year it was Higgins who was a 3rd liner at best, this year it's Plek who's a 4th line center. Next it will be Kost probably.

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At the beginning of last year it was Higgins who was a 3rd liner at best, this year it's Plek who's a 4th line center. Next it will be Kost probably.
I think you missed the notion that a player can't developp after the age of 21.

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12-07-2006, 08:57 PM
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I have a friend who followed Perez from his days with Omsk (all the way from Rus-3). He says that if Perezhogin had developed a little more swagger, he'd be unstoppable.

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I think you missed the notion that a player can't developp after the age of 21.
A player can't develop after 21? That's strange since a typical NHL player's prime is 27-32. A player still has a lot to develop in their game from 21 to, perhaps the age of 30. Would you not say that Ryder is still developing? His game has changed since his first year and is killing penalties, has improved his speed and skating as well.

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A player can't develop after 21? That's strange since a typical NHL player's prime is 27-32. A player still has a lot to develop in their game from 21 to, perhaps the age of 30. Would you not say that Ryder is still developing? His game has changed since his first year and is killing penalties, has improved his speed and skating as well.
I Think u missed the sarcasm his post reaks of...

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