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12-14-2013, 04:43 PM
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this year like no other yet features a lot of young talent in the VHL. I wouldn't call Ruslan Bashkirov young anymore (he is almost 25), but glad to witness his revival, may be he will hook up somewhere in the KHL next year. Also of note - 22 year old K. Lebedev. Boyarshinov and Saprykin as the young goalies as well.
Still no sign of Kuchin? Did he give up on hockey?

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this year like no other yet features a lot of young talent in the VHL. I wouldn't call Ruslan Bashkirov young anymore (he is almost 25), but glad to witness his revival, may be he will hook up somewhere in the KHL next year. Also of note - 22 year old K. Lebedev. Boyarshinov and Saprykin as the young goalies as well.
Koshelev is doing well, Barabanov is doing well, also young goalie Alikin has good stats, also the young Kabelka is doing alright in Lipetsk, maybe Minsk should have gave him a spot in the team instead of their beloved random foreigners

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Still no sign of Kuchin? Did he give up on hockey?
He skated with Ryazan during this summer's preseasons, didn't make the cut

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12-16-2013, 11:26 AM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPF72svjPRs - VHL outdoor game promo

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12-17-2013, 10:09 AM
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Mads Boedker leaves Orsk to join Dusseldorf.

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I just noticed that Bashkirov leads the leauge in points by quite a large margin now. It's like his brother, who quit this season, was damaging his career all along. What a great story. I wonder why mainstream media continue to ignore that.

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01-31-2014, 08:35 AM
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I just noticed that Bashkirov leads the leauge in points by quite a large margin now. It's like his brother, who quit this season, was damaging his career all along. What a great story. I wonder why mainstream media continue to ignore that.
his brother quit hockey? I didn't know that. The one who was dragging his career was his dad, who insisted any team that signs him has to sign his brother.

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his brother quit hockey? I didn't know that. The one who was dragging his career was his dad, who insisted any team that signs him has to sign his brother.
Since almost nobody writes about the VHL, I can't even say for sure. There are no stats on Roman this season. That must be it.

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01-31-2014, 07:03 PM
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Are all the games streamed on Youtube?

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And Bratina cup goes to Kazakhstan!!!

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And Bratina cup goes to Kazakhstan!!!
YEAH!!!!

Do you think that Saryarka will have to be rebuilt next year with the top players going to the new KHL /other teams like this season.

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04-28-2014, 11:12 PM
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YEAH!!!!

Do you think that Saryarka will have to be rebuilt next year with the top players going to the new KHL /other teams like this season.
Who knows. Anyway it is not a big problem to find good VHL level players. As you noticed this season had proved it.

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Do you think that Saryarka will have to be rebuilt next year with the top players going to the new KHL /other teams like this season.
They probably will, it's a common practice in the VHL.

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Congratulations to all Kazakh fans.
Thank you!

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Saryrarka already lost Macho (sp?)

Great news - Khimik will be back to the VHL!!!...In all honesty, Spartak needs to go there as well - VHL must become a cornerstone of Russian Hockey with only the best of the best playing in the KHL.

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05-10-2014, 04:04 PM
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Great news - Khimik will be back to the VHL!!!.
Indeed. Voskresensk has produced such players as Yuri Lyapkin, Vladimir Golikov, Alexander Golikov, Vladimir Lavrentyev, Igor Larionov, Valeri Kamensky, Slava Kozlov, German Titov, Alexander Chernykh, Valeri Zelepukin, Dimitri Kvartalnov, Andrei Lomakin, Sergei Berezin and Andrei Markov.

Per capita it was the best hockey town in Russia. Hopefully hockey can be revived there and all the previous hockey know-how in the town has not been lost.

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Indeed. Voskresensk has produced such players as Yuri Lyapkin, Vladimir Golikov, Alexander Golikov, Vladimir Lavrentyev, Igor Larionov, Valeri Kamensky, Slava Kozlov, German Titov, Alexander Chernykh, Valeri Zelepukin, Dimitri Kvartalnov, Andrei Lomakin, Sergei Berezin and Andrei Markov.

Per capita it was the best hockey town in Russia. Hopefully hockey can be revived there and all the previous hockey know-how in the town has not been lost.
it won't get revived to the old levels, since Atlant/Vityaz' rob them on pre-junior levels, and the MHL players get poached away as well...but it is just great to have them back on the map, even in the vhl

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Finns Toni Dahlman and Roope Ranta will play for Torpedo Nizhni Tagil this season. Nizhni Tagil is far away in Siberia and has produced some good players like former Moscow Spartak great Sergei Shepelev.

MTV3 interviewed Dahlman about VHL: http://www.mtv.fi/sport/jaakiekko/kh...llinen/4304130

Some of his impressions:

- Everything has gone better than expected. Things are run professionally.
- The level of play is good. Dahlman thinks that Mestis clubs could not play in the VHL and that VHL teams could play evenly against Liiga teams.
- The pay is better than in Liiga. This was a surprise for me. I never thought VHL players would be better compensated than Liiga players.

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The team name in Nizhny Tagil is Sputnik. Also worth mentioning Radulov brothers as they also hail from this town.

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The team name in Nizhny Tagil is Sputnik. Also worth mentioning Radulov brothers as they also hail from this town.
Yes, for some reason I was thinking Torpedo Kazzinc when I wrote that name.

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Finnish dman Jere Pulli signs with Torpedo Kazzinc Oskemen (formerly Ust-Kamenogorsk). Here is Pulli's EP-page: http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=40706

Oskemen is located in Kazakhstan.

There are not many Finns in the VHL. I think Sputnik has two Finns and maybe there are a few more.

Kazakh league which is a level below VHL has about a dozen of Finns.

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