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02-19-2005, 07:28 AM
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how is radulov doing in russia ...?

anyone knowing how he's doing? ...

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2 assists in 16 games with Spartak Moscow

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What has happened to radulov? one year ago he was so good that i had taken him to the world championship with russia but now only 2 assists. does anybody know WHY?

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I am long time fan of Spartak so I've been able to watch how Radulov is doing for a number of times this season. Awful perfomance. He provided nothing worth speaking so far despite playing on the 2-nd line and PP mostly with quality players. I am still wondering how and in what way he was able to score in North America. Yes, the coaching in Spartak right now is really bad and team in general sucks big time unfortunately. But Radulov don't show much desire or skill. He can sparkle one or two times in a single game and be invisible for the rest of the time. Maybe he can provide a physical presence in North America but on the European rinks the style is quite different.

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The guy was embarassing in Norfolk this year. 0 points in 16 games, no drive whatsoever. I heard he's been too preoccupied with his new Mercedes. I hope he has something to fall back on once his small fortune off the Blackhawks runs out on him. Sounds like breadlines and flipping burgers are in his future.

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No physical presence to speak of... He was supposed to be a decent sniper.

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Biggest theory is that his early success caused some overconfidence. He thought he could score easily in the NHL and then didn't work to improve. Yawney said the skills are always there, but a consistent game was needed. Radulov didn't make the hawks, pouted, and did horribly in the AHL. He wouldn't report to the ECHL and returned to Russia instead. All speculation, because who among us can say if he was pouting or simply struggling? It's a common theory so take it for what it's worth.

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2 goals today.

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Biggest theory is that his early success caused some overconfidence. He thought he could score easily in the NHL and then didn't work to improve. Yawney said the skills are always there, but a consistent game was needed. Radulov didn't make the hawks, pouted, and did horribly in the AHL. He wouldn't report to the ECHL and returned to Russia instead. All speculation, because who among us can say if he was pouting or simply struggling? It's a common theory so take it for what it's worth.
He refused to play in the ECHL and was quoted as saying that he is too good for that league. No speculation about it, this guy is a cry baby and can stay in Russia for all I care. He doesnt deserve to wear the indianhead.

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Sounds like breadlines and flipping burgers are in his future.
Or making a small fortune playing in Russia. Whatever.

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People won't keep paying him unless he can turn it around, in which case he may turn into a Sergei Berezin type player. That's kinda who he reminds me of.

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I don't think he's anything like Berezin, other than his nationality...

Radulov's problem is that he has world class hands, and a less than average AHL Shot. He's not particularly fast or quick, and is a string bean.

The kid can handle the puck in a phone booth, but his shot looks like mine, and that's why he can't finish (IMO). One on One... good night, and I think that is demonstrated with his perfect record in shootouts. But he doesn't have great wheels, doesn't have a great shot, and apparantly has a bad work ethic.

If any of those last things would change (primarily work ethic) he'd be in the NHL. but I dont' think its gonna happen as a hawk.

We should have moved him 2 seasons ago...

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You can see his stats here:

http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/p...id%5B%5D=51196

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Berezin..........that would NOT be bad

Berezin's yearly career
Goal totals - 25,16,37,26,22,11,23

That's and average of 23 goals per season. Say what you will but that's not bad, considering he had some injuries. If Radulov ever had the same totals for the Hawks I would be happy.

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I would love for Radulov to turn into a sergei berezin type player.

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Berezin's yearly career
Goal totals - 25,16,37,26,22,11,23

That's and average of 23 goals per season. Say what you will but that's not bad, considering he had some injuries. If Radulov ever had the same totals for the Hawks I would be happy.
Also, Berezin should go down as the best penalty killer among heartless players.

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Also, Berezin should go down as the best penalty killer among heartless players.
That would be Stephane Richer.

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Could anyone tell me what his salary is? Not in europe but what he was being paid by the hawks? I have alittle contrversy in my SIM league as to what he makes. Currently he is listed at 675,000 can anyone confirm that or give me a link to prove it?

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