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07-19-2007, 04:32 PM
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Cherepanov, Anisinov to play in Super series

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Russia unveiled its 32-man roster for the Canada/Russia Super Series on Thursday. It's highlighted by forward Alexei Cherepanov, a first-round draft pick of the New York Rangers.

Cherepanov also played on the Russian team that Canada defeated in the final of the 2007 world junior tournament. Defencemen Igor Zubov, Yuri Alexandrov and Vyacheslav Voinov and forwards Artem Anisinov and Anton Glovatskiy were also on that squad.

The Russians will be coached by former NHL forward Sergei Nemchinov.

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Sweet! Nemchinov will finally get his first crack at head coaching position. He's always been a smart player (if not the most skilled one), and lately he's been an assistant coach to the Olympic and national teams.

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nice!!!!!

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I had completely forgotten about this tournament but it will be a tremendous stage for Alexi and Artie to grow, develop and hopefully dominate.

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Very nice, can't wait to see how they do.

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hope they see ice time together

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Will this be televised?

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Will this be televised?
Yes. Answer this, please!

Either way, it should still be exciting to see how he does. I'd love to watch it though, and see him in action.

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when is the tourny?

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You think Anisimov will see the ice?

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I think Cherepanov is in a no win situation with this tournament...If i represented the kid I'd tell him not to play...

If he plays great it's "he should play great"....If he plays like crap it's "look he can't handle the north american game"

This isn't the WJC...It's an exhibition series....it's meaningless...He will have more time to represent his country in his lifetime...

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He was the featured player with the article. I think SOS is right with that belief. The guy seems to be criticize a whole lot. Its not like he needs this tournament to prove anything or show the scouts something. If he does bad then everyone who sided with him dropping so far in the draft, will be on his case.

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I think Cherepanov is in a no win situation with this tournament...If i represented the kid I'd tell him not to play...

If he plays great it's "he should play great"....If he plays like crap it's "look he can't handle the north american game"

This isn't the WJC...It's an exhibition series....it's meaningless...He will have more time to represent his country in his lifetime...
Who cares how people judge him on this?

He's gaining international experience... The more hockey he gets to play the better...

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Who cares how people judge him on this?

He's gaining international experience... The more hockey he gets to play the better...

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Who cares how people judge him on this?

He's gaining international experience... The more hockey he gets to play the better...
The point is he has nothing to prove at this level...

who cares how people are going to judge him?

probably Cherepanov...

he should be playing in a mens league..anything Cherepanov does in this tournament doesn't mean anything..

it's not always as simple as "the more hockey you play the better."

if that was the case why aren't there year round junior leagues?

does he need more international experiance?

if he does you recommend him getting it in a meaningless exhibition tournament?

He'll get his international experiance in the WJC..A tournament that means something..

Cherepanov should be preparing for his season with Omsk....Against competition that will make him a better player...


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For more details about the Canada Russia series.

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Sweet! Nemchinov will finally get his first crack at head coaching position. He's always been a smart player (if not the most skilled one), and lately he's been an assistant coach to the Olympic and national teams.
if he does a good job, maybe he can be an assistant with the Rangers down the line with Richter and Graves

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I think Cherepanov is in a no win situation with this tournament...If i represented the kid I'd tell him not to play...

If he plays great it's "he should play great"....If he plays like crap it's "look he can't handle the north american game"

This isn't the WJC...It's an exhibition series....it's meaningless...He will have more time to represent his country in his lifetime...
I can see where you are coming from, and to an extent I agree.

While this series is meaningless in general, I do believe it's going to get intense and there could be some injuries coming out of the tourney from both ends and if Cherry is the guy lighting things up for the Russians, I could see him being targetd for some extra physical play.

this could be Dangerous for Cherry

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The Siberian Express will light up this series and make all of the other GM's especially Kevin Lowe look like an ass clown for passing him up twice

The Siberian Express has been skating with Omsk since July 10 when their training camp started

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The Siberian Express will light up this series and make all of the other GM's especially Kevin Lowe look like an ass clown for passing him up twice

The Siberian Express has been skating with Omsk since July 10 when their training camp started
Does anyone know when the Russian season starts? is it in line with NHL? or can we see Cherepanov putting numbers on the board before the Rangers get started?

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Does anyone know when the Russian season starts? is it in line with NHL? or can we see Cherepanov putting numbers on the board before the Rangers get started?
I believe it starts about the 2nd week in September. So when the Rangers hit training camp their season should start.

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The point is he has nothing to prove at this level...

who cares how people are going to judge him?

probably Cherepanov...

he should be playing in a mens league..anything Cherepanov does in this tournament doesn't mean anything..

it's not always as simple as "the more hockey you play the better."

if that was the case why aren't there year round junior leagues?

does he need more international experiance?

if he does you recommend him getting it in a meaningless exhibition tournament?

He'll get his international experiance in the WJC..A tournament that means something..

Cherepanov should be preparing for his season with Omsk....Against competition that will make him a better player...
I mean for all the hoopla surrounding Cherepanov he's still just 19, has some elements of his game (particularly in his own end) that need work, and will be playing against guys his age. I really fail to see what's wrong with that; I'm sure he's excited to showcase his skills against competent competition and we ought to be excited to see him. Barring a catastrophic injury, I really don't see any negatives with him playing in this tournament.

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I think Cherepanov is in a no win situation with this tournament...If i represented the kid I'd tell him not to play...

If he plays great it's "he should play great"....If he plays like crap it's "look he can't handle the north american game"

This isn't the WJC...It's an exhibition series....it's meaningless...He will have more time to represent his country in his lifetime...
Is it really that bad? Its not like he's playing a whole season in juniors or something. Hes playing 5 or 6 games before his Osmk season begins against some talent below him. It will be like his pre-season before pre-season.

If he gets criticized for playing bad then good, maybe that will make him work harder this season into a better player. I don't see how its lose, lose at all.

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