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10-04-2012, 03:12 AM
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KHL Statistics of Russian National Players (Updated 4 times a week)

I found some time and put the stats of the russian national players together.

if you are missing a player, let me know - i will add him.

if you guys are interessted, i will update the table 3 times a week (wednesday, friday & sunday).


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10-04-2012, 06:17 AM
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I found some time and put the stats of the russian national players together.

if you are missing a player, let me know - i will add him.

if you guys are interessted, i will update the table 3 times a week (wednesday, friday & sunday).
If you put guys like Mozyakin whose last NT appearance should be a couple of years old on your list then you probably should have guys like Ketov, Kokarev and Svitov who are reigning world champs.

Zinoviev???

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I don't think Igor Radulov is a NT player.)

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some of them had good stats, so i put them in
but you guys are right, i will put them out.

any other proposal for additions? dadonov maybe? or is that enough?

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10-04-2012, 07:51 AM
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some of them had good stats, so i put them in
but you guys are right, i will put them out.

any other proposal for additions? dadonov maybe? or is that enough?
Dadonov definitely not. Let's don't blow this out of proportion. Technically you should take the NT from the last WC plus the players who were injured or in the NHL playoffs that otherwise would make the roster. If we start arguing about ppl like Mozyakin, Anisin and everybody at some point involved at EHT it would be far beyond NT in my eyes.

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agree!!!

i will cut some players out...

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10-04-2012, 01:00 PM
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I am disappointed in Perezhogin's production this year, although he's still flying around making things happen but not much result.

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Outside of the Datsyuk, Kovalchuk, Ovechkin, Malkin, Radulov and Semin... Who is the Top 10 KHL Forward ?? Dont count players born in 1990 or later (So no Kuznetsov, Yakupov, Tarasenko, Petrov, Panarin )

Zaripov, Zinoviev, Mozyakin, Shipachev, Gorovikov, Anisin, Zherdev, Tereschenko .. ???

Thanks in advance !!

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10-04-2012, 02:23 PM
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Outside of the Datsyuk, Kovalchuk, Ovechkin, Malkin, Radulov and Semin... Who is the Top 10 KHL Forward ?? Dont count players born in 1990 or later (So no Kuznetsov, Yakupov, Tarasenko, Petrov, Panarin )
Why not count them? They are the future and may very well make the Sochi 2014, including Yakupov. (like Malkin and Ovechkin made 2006 Olympics and helped beat Canada!)

Count everyone in. Anyone can step up their game anytime, like we saw from Perezhogin and Popov last year. It's important to keep any players with potential on the list, not just the guaranteed superstars.

Here's the list from my DB

LW
Kovalchuk
Ovechkin
Kulyomin
Popov

Shirokov
Kokarev
Zherdev
Frolov
Dadonov
Zaripov
Burdasov
Filatov
Panarin
Slepyshev
Grachev
Mozyakin
Gusev

C
Malkin
Datsyuk
Anisimov
Tereschenko

Svitov
Shipachyov
Tikhonov
Burmistrov
Loktionov
Zinoviev
Grigorenko
Zubov

RW
Radulov
Semin
Kuznetsov
Perezhogin

Tarasenko
Ketov
Yakupov
Makarov
Bodrov
Kalinin
Anisin
Morozov
Kucherov
Artyukhin
Zharkov
Petrov
Averin

Defense
Medvedev Nikulin
Kulikov Emelin
Biryukov Kalinin
Voynov Orlov

Belov Denisov
Nikitin Tyutin
Markov Gonchar
Grebeshkov Ryasenksi
Goncharov Korneyev
Koltsov Marchenko
Alexandrov Zubaryov
Zaitsev Chudinov
Pivtsakin Pashnin


All of them are in the scope of NT for the next 5 years.

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Cool post thanks.

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Why not count them? They are the future and may very well make the Sochi 2014, including Yakupov. (like Malkin and Ovechkin made 2006 Olympics and helped beat Canada!)

Count everyone in. Anyone can step up their game anytime, like we saw from Perezhogin and Popov last year. It's important to keep any players with potential on the list, not just the guaranteed superstars.

Here's the list from my DB

LW
Kovalchuk
Ovechkin
Kulyomin
Popov

Shirokov
Kokarev
Zherdev
Frolov
Dadonov
Zaripov
Burdasov
Filatov
Panarin
Slepyshev
Grachev
Mozyakin
Gusev

C
Malkin
Datsyuk
Anisimov
Tereschenko

Svitov
Shipachyov
Tikhonov
Burmistrov
Loktionov
Zinoviev
Grigorenko
Zubov

RW
Radulov
Semin
Kuznetsov
Perezhogin

Tarasenko
Ketov
Yakupov
Makarov
Bodrov
Kalinin
Anisin
Morozov
Kucherov
Artyukhin
Zharkov
Petrov
Averin

Defense
Medvedev Nikulin
Kulikov Emelin
Biryukov Kalinin
Voynov Orlov

Belov Denisov
Nikitin Tyutin
Markov Gonchar
Grebeshkov Ryasenksi
Goncharov Korneyev
Koltsov Marchenko
Alexandrov Zubaryov
Zaitsev Chudinov
Pivtsakin Pashnin


All of them are in the scope of NT for the next 5 years.
I know they can be enough good to make it but it was just to know the best KHL players and these guys I know them well enough ... But Mozyakin, Ketov, Zinoviev, and players like that who are like 26 years old, I have no ideo who is the best between ... But thanks your list is great !! Are they all in order ? And Grigorenko is Igor or Mikhail ?

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10-05-2012, 01:58 PM
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I know they can be enough good to make it but it was just to know the best KHL players and these guys I know them well enough ... But Mozyakin, Ketov, Zinoviev, and players like that who are like 26 years old, I have no ideo who is the best between ... But thanks your list is great !! Are they all in order ? And Grigorenko is Igor or Mikhail ?
Yup, I put them in order that I see them - best to worst right now.

-Mikhail

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If Tikhonov and Shirokov are on there, Filatov should be there too.

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cut Radulov, Zinoviev, Tikhonov & Mozyakin out

Next Update: Sunday

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Outside of the Datsyuk, Kovalchuk, Ovechkin, Malkin, Radulov and Semin... Who is the Top 10 KHL Forward ?? Dont count players born in 1990 or later (So no Kuznetsov, Yakupov, Tarasenko, Petrov, Panarin )

Zaripov, Zinoviev, Mozyakin, Shipachev, Gorovikov, Anisin, Zherdev, Tereschenko .. ???

Thanks in advance !!
Anisin had ONE good playoffs. That's it. It's not enough to be in the top 10 or even top 20.

Zinoviev??? He seems to have massive attitude issues. He's had one good game against MMG and disappeared again.

Gorovikov? Come on...

Add Morozov, Varnakov, Popov(Avangard)

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Nikulin would easily be a top 5 dman in the NHL if you ask me...

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Nikulin would easily be a top 5 dman in the NHL if you ask me...
You mean like Top-5 in the league?

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I am disappointed in Perezhogin's production this year, although he's still flying around making things happen but not much result.
You talk while he scores...

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You talk while he scores...
Point is still the same, slow start...0.25 ppg

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Point is still the same, slow start...0.25 ppg
today 2+1. His engine is starting...

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Popov with 4 Assists

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Yes, this is good news. Now that Perezhogin and Popov are reunited I expect things to pick up like they did today. Great showing.

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Next Updates:
Monday - 7 games
Tuesday - 3 games
Wednesday - 6 games
Thursday - 3 games
Friday - 1 game
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