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04-09-2014, 08:22 AM
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Central scouting rankings are out, one thing I noticed is the sheer size of the Russian players listed, out of many I could count with one hand the amount of players under 6 feet tall, many are huge. Is this simply a change in diet? The average Russian man isn't that tall from what I've seen and read.
It's simply a coincidence.

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It's simply a coincidence.
Yes I think it's a concidente AND the fact that NA scouts naturally will evaluate bigger players more positively

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Not an MHL player yet but in the u16 4 nations tournament, Nikita Popugayev of CSKA led the tournament in scoring ahead of more highly regarded teammates Abramov and Sokolov. He however like Abramov is a bit on the small side at 172 cm but if he can add some cm and reach 5'10 ( 178-179 cm ) that should be enough.

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Not an MHL player yet but in the u16 4 nations tournament, Nikita Popugayev of CSKA led the tournament in scoring ahead of more highly regarded teammates Abramov and Sokolov. He however like Abramov is a bit on the small side at 172 cm but if he can add some cm and reach 5'10 ( 178-179 cm ) that should be enough.
Good to see they won the tourney.

On a side note, Im not sure how I feel about guys getting pulled from MHL PO for some of these tournaments. U-18, ok its debatable, but U20 5 nations... Common. Buchnevic was pulled and the ship sunk immediately after he left. Prohorkin was pulled for NT exhibitions. IDK how I feel about that either. Obviously NT should have highest priority, but camp a month ahead of the tourney, is that reasonable? I mean, I think MHL semi/finals should be taken quite seriously in order to build league reputation. The calibre of the final 2 teams is actually quite high. If league wants to keep players from fleeing to NA, show them that the league is important!

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04-21-2014, 01:31 PM
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Sakhalin will play MHL next season

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Sakhalin will play MHL next season
Any information about Poprad/Poland team?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8HjJUXjydo

Highlights from game 6. Top NHL draft prospect Nekolenko with his skills on display at the 430 mark of the video. Looks a lot like Kovalchuk with his nice goal off the rush.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8HjJUXjydo

Highlights from game 6. Top NHL draft prospect Nekolenko with his skills on display at the 430 mark of the video. Looks a lot like Kovalchuk with his nice goal off the rush.
He looks a lot like Kovalchuk making that classic move to score.

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Anyone know anything about these young prospects? : German Rubstov, Valerii Naumenkov, Mikhail Shabanov and Alexander Poleutkin. They really impressed in their tournaments here in North America.

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KHL draft today CSKA school gets ravaged a bit, but all the major prospects are kept with the exception of Korostelev who was a lost piece for a while anyhow (left to NA at 14)

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The junior team of Eisbären Berlin want to join the MHL in upcoming season. They are waiting of the DEB for the "GO".

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The junior team of Eisbären Berlin want to join the MHL in upcoming season. They are waiting of the DEB for the "GO".
can you give us a source?

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can you give us a source?
if you can read german:

http://www.sport1.de/de/eishockey/ei...ge_896734.html

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what is connection among Eisbären (DEL) club and Eisbären junior team? The same ownership? the same club?

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here is what I wrote last year....

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So we're officially the joke of the year. Losing against Italy and drawing Austria is just plain horrible and I sure hope heads are finally starting to roll in DEB's white-collar departments. We need a new look in the management, we need new coaching, and most of all we sorely lack an actual youth development worth mentioning.
MHL is there. Call me crazy, but I can imagine german MHL team, especially if there are austrian and czech. We will see. Of course, MHL is not solution for german hockey program.

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Germany - Austria, Germany - Czech, Germany - Russia, will be some heated rivalries

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what is connection among Eisbären (DEL) club and Eisbären junior team? The same ownership? the same club?

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"Eisbären Junior" is the junior-team of "Eisbären Berlin". That means same club and same ownership

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"Eisbären Junior" is the junior-team of "Eisbären Berlin". That means same club and same ownership
I though it, just needed verification. It might be 1st step towards KHL, but does not want to talk about it here.

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Some news today about the "Eisbären Juniors to MHL"-Story. The regional tv station MDR had a five minute feature about it this afternoon: Eishockey: Eisbären Juniors nach Russland?

Sounds very promising how people like Tretyak, Reindl (Secretary General of German hockey federation) and Ziesche (Head of Eisbären Juniors) speak about this topic.

Interesting, that Stefan Lindner is involved again. He was the guy who wanted to bring the team "Torpedo Leipzig" to KHL in 2011. And now it shows, that he still wants it. Berlin to MHL should be a first step to establish a team from Germany to KHL. The video speaks about a start allready in 2015 but I am very sceptical about that. We still have no sufficiant venue at all here in Leipzig. But if a "go" sign to Juniors/MHL would include the same to Torpedo/KHL for 2015 he could get out the idea to modify one of the empty exhibition halls at the old "Leipziger Messe" fair ground again. I think this could be done within a year.

German webpage Hockeyweb had also someting about this topic today: Ein Baustein für Torpedo Leipzig in der KHL?

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Some news today about the "Eisbären Juniors to MHL"-Story. The regional tv station MDR had a five minute feature about it this afternoon: Eishockey: Eisbären Juniors nach Russland?

Sounds very promising how people like Tretyak, Reindl (Secretary General of German hockey federation) and Ziesche (Head of Eisbären Juniors) speak about this topic.

Interesting, that Stefan Lindner is involved again. He was the guy who wanted to bring the team "Torpedo Leipzig" to KHL in 2011. And now it shows, that he still wants it. Berlin to MHL should be a first step to establish a team from Germany to KHL. The video speaks about a start allready in 2015 but I am very sceptical about that. We still have no sufficiant venue at all here in Leipzig. But if a "go" sign to Juniors/MHL would include the same to Torpedo/KHL for 2015 he could get out the idea to modify one of the empty exhibition halls at the old "Leipziger Messe" fair ground again. I think this could be done within a year.

German webpage Hockeyweb had also someting about this topic today: Ein Baustein für Torpedo Leipzig in der KHL?
great news

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Efimov, head of MHL, confirmed that Eisbären applied. Now MHL is waiting for approval of DEB. He is not sure if DEB agrees.

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Clubs that have been approved to join next season (source: MHL's website):
  • HC Rostov
  • HC Varyagi (Leningrad Region)
  • HC Sakhalinskiye Akuly (= Sakhalin Sharks)
  • HC Bryansk
  • CSK VVS Samara
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  • HC Gardemariny ( = Guards marine) (Sevastopol, Crimea)
  • HC Jackals (told you!)
  • Eisbären Berlin
I wonder how the foreign teams are going to play in Crimea...

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Clubs that have been approved to join next season (source: MHL's website):
  • HC Rostov
  • HC Varyagi (Leningrad Region)
  • HC Sakhalinskiye Akuly (= Sakhalin Sharks)
  • HC Bryansk
  • CSK VVS Samara
  • Hockey + (Mozhaysk, Moscow Region)
  • HC Gardemariny ( = Guards marine) (Sevastopol, Crimea)
  • HC Jackals (told you!)
  • Eisbären Berlin
I wonder how the foreign teams are going to play in Crimea...
It seems to be a very bad decision by MHL to play in Crimea.

pretty happy for Eisbaren and HC Jackals as they are close geographically to Energie KV.

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Interesting that Dmitry Efimov in an interview not long ago talked about Rostov (Tver Region), but the official release says the team is from Rostov-na-Donu (Rostov Region). They're like 800 or so miles apart

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