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Aleksander Suglobov or Alexander Perezhogin

View Poll Results: Who would you rather in your organization?
I would rather Suglobov 38 34.55%
I would rather Perezhogin 53 48.18%
I am a Devils/Habs Homer 19 17.27%
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10-06-2004, 10:35 PM
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Aleksander Suglobov or Alexander Perezhogin

Which of these two young russians would you rather have on your team. Suglobov for the New Jersey Devils or Perezhogin for the Montreal Canadiens.

Suglobov is a RW. Born January 15th, 1982. He is 6'1 feet 200 pounds. He is rated as an 87 by RussianProspects. He is lighning fast, has great agility/acceleration. Has a hard and accurate shot but doesn't use it near enough (led AHL rookies in SH%). Is fairly gritty and has average hockey sense. Is an amazing stickhandler who scores highlight reel goals.

2002-03 : Suglobov scored 4 goals and 2 assists for 6 points in 17 games with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl in the regular season with 1 goal in 5 games in the playoffs. During that year he represented Russia in the EuroTour and notched 4 goals and 4 assists in 12 games which was close to the team lead. In March he was then selected to Team Russia at the World Hockey Championships and scored 3 goals in 7 games.

2003-04 : Suglobov entered his first AHL season with the lowly Albany River Rats. Playing with Foster for a good chunk of the year Suglobov notched 11 goals and 11 assists in 35 games. He was called up to the big sqad and in his first game broke his wrist, hampering what was a great season up to that date (21 points in 26 games) and the injury also took him out of the allstar game.

Perezhogin is a LW. Born October 8th, 1983. He is 5`11 190 pounds. He is rated as an 88 by RussianProspects. He is a strong skater with excellent acceleration. Has a bullet of a wrist shot that doesn't often miss. He isn't quite as gritty as Suglobov but stick does his fair share of dirty work. Posseses better playmaking skills and hockey sense then Suglobov. He is great with the puck as well.

2002-03 : Perezhogin had a solid season with Avangard Omsk registering 15 goals and 7 assists for 22 points in 49 regular season games. He also got 2 assists in 8 playoff games. During the year he was also named to the Russian EuroTour team and notched 1 goal in 12 games. He also represented Russia at the WJC getting 3 goals and 6 assists in 9 games.

2003-04 : Perezhogin also entered his first professional season with the Hamilton Bulldogs. He got off to a slow start but ended the season on a tear with 23 goals and 27 assists for 50 points in 77 games. In the playoffs he registered 3 goals and 3 assists in 6 games before the his suspension.


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I put one vote in the homer department. I love this argument, both players seem so equal to me in terms of skill sets.

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Imput PLEASE, alot of work WENT into this.....I DEMAND REASONING!!!!!!!!!!!

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Imput PLEASE, alot of work WENT into this.....I DEMAND REASONING!!!!!!!!!!!

you're playing with fire making a poll with a habs prospect and not making it public, around here

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you're playing with fire making a poll with a habs prospect and not making it public, around here
I could have put this on the prospects board but the poll results don't mean much too me. When I see well thought out responses, that is basicly how I will tabulate which one people prefer. If Devils/Habs fans can't give reasoning then you know they are homer votes.

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I took Suglobov. They seem very even but Perezhogin has an issue with stick swinging which can get him in trouble.

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I don't know enough about either.

But I took Suglobov on a franchise draft in 2k5 and he owns. I call him Snuggle Buggle, and he absolutely destroys people for some reason, which makes it hilarious. Injured 3 people.

So I'll go with Snuggle Buggle. :lol

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I don't know enough about either.

But I took Suglobov on a franchise draft in 2k5 and he owns. I call him Snuggle Buggle, and he absolutely destroys people for some reason, which makes it hilarious. Injured 3 people.

So I'll go with Snuggle Buggle. :lol
Suglobov turns out decent in NHL 2005 also. He is 74 right now (thats 80 with team attributes) after year one.

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Suglobov turns out decent in NHL 2005 also. He is 74 right now (thats 80 with team attributes) after year one.
Me and my friends like how he spells his name cool too. He could have been another Alexander. But he's too cool for that.

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As a prospect, Perezhogin though I'm not exactly enamoured with his attitude.

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suglobov barely over perezhogin

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As a prospect, Perezhogin though I'm not exactly enamoured with his attitude.
What is it exactly that's wrong with his attitude?

this stick swinging incident was a 1 time thing, it was a horrible mistake by him and i'm sure he regrets it, this sort of thing has never happened with him before, not during the season (he didn't even have a major penalty) not when he played in Russia, not at the WJC, so you guys are way off when talking about his attitude, he's has no attitude problem at all, you can say your not enamored with the stick swinging incident, but his attitude has never been nor will it be a problem...

As for the pole, it's pretty close, good poll actually, i'll give the slightest edge to Perezhogin because of the way he dominated the AHL in the second half, had Suglobov remained healthy all year, I might of voted differently as I like his size and gritty play better than Perezhogin's, but I think Perezhogin is better in every other area of his game...

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I took Suglobov. They seem very even but Perezhogin has an issue with stick swinging which can get him in trouble.
Jeez, it happened 1 time, get off it already, he's not a dirty player

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i vote habs fan ...
but i think that 'zoghin has the bigger ceiling!

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I haven't seen enough of Suglobov yet, but I know one thing: Perezhogin, by the end of the last season, was literally a force for the Bulldogs. He and Plekanec were literally controlling the play. I tend to think that if there would have been an NHL season, Alex would have made a favorable impression at camp (because yes, he's mature and he's NHL ready skillwise). Hopefully returning to Omsk in the Russian Elite League will help him get even more maturity and confidence. I know one thing though, if he can bulk up and get stronger before there's another NHL season, we can expect great things for this guy. No matter if there's only a 3rd line defensive role remaining for him, as he's a really good two-way forward. He's played a lot on the PK unit in Hamilton and Omsk (playing that role in Omsk with veterans as a 18 year old helps you a lot with your defensive game).

As for the vote, as much as I'd like to vote for Perezhogin because I really believe he's going to be something, I have to choose the 3rd option. The only game I've seen from Suglobov is the game in which he got injured so I can't really comment.


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I would rather Suglobov

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I picked Perezhogin because in my opinion he is a better player and if he ever does get back to the AHL he will be one of the league leaders in points.

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I picked Perezhogin because in my opinion he is a better player and if he ever does get back to the AHL he will be one of the league leaders in points.
AHL's done for Perezhogin, in fact, many believe he would of made the team had it not been for the suspension, Gainey said something to that effect

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AHL's done for Perezhogin, in fact, many believe he would of made the team had it not been for the suspension, Gainey said something to that effect
The same goes for Suglobov, there is no doubt in my mind that Suglobov would have make the Devils if there had been a season. Ftorek said in an article last year that you better catch Suglobov while you can because he isn't going to be in the AHL next year. Too bad the lockout came.

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Suglobov is a scoring machine in Albany.

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