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02-18-2017, 07:57 PM
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I like to see Kuznya in. I would like to see more of the bigger teams loaning players to them though. Not done nearly enough.

Its a KHL farm system within the KHL, what an interesting concept, other teams need to utilize better. It would keep a lot of guys from going to the CHL if it was IMO.

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The key question with Kuznya is that they have one of the most successful and prolific hockey schools in Russia (along with Yaroslavl, Chelyabinsk and others), and also a great valley of trial for young players, which is a lot of guys are hesitant to call for them getting thrown out.

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02-21-2017, 09:46 AM
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The key question with Kuznya is that they have one of the most successful and prolific hockey schools in Russia (along with Yaroslavl, Chelyabinsk and others), and also a great valley of trial for young players, which is a lot of guys are hesitant to call for them getting thrown out.
One of the top 5 hockey schools in all of Russia, and certainly the best in Siberia. If the rest of Siberia would follow the Kuznya model, there would certainly be a doubling or tripling of top level players like Kaprizov to the KHL and National Teams.

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02-27-2017, 06:23 AM
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One of the top 5 hockey schools in all of Russia, and certainly the best in Siberia. If the rest of Siberia would follow the Kuznya model, there would certainly be a doubling or tripling of top level players like Kaprizov to the KHL and National Teams.
http://nsk.gazprom-neft.ru/press_cen...s/hokkey_nvkz/

Kuznya needs some support, while some artificial projects should try to survive wihout it.

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Could anyone please explain me briefly why and how Novokuznetsk has the best hockey school in Siberia? I mean, why not Novosibirsk or any other big city? Is there any specific answer to that? They're indeed like a machine when it comes to producing players. Yes, Novokuznetsk is not a small village either but still it seems kinda interesting that not anywhere else but Novokuznetsk has the best prospects. Is it some kind of a heritage from Soviet era or what? For a team like Metallurg, which has been pretty below average consistently through its existence, it's interesting.

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Could anyone please explain me briefly why and how Novokuznetsk has the best hockey school in Siberia? I mean, why not Novosibirsk or any other big city? Is there any specific answer to that? They're indeed like a machine when it comes to producing players. Yes, Novokuznetsk is not a small village either but still it seems kinda interesting that not anywhere else but Novokuznetsk has the best prospects. Is it some kind of a heritage from Soviet era or what? For a team like Metallurg, which has been pretty below average consistently through its existence, it's interesting.
This question is tough to answer without knowing all the methods, but generally the answer to this question is efficiency.

Some schools have unlimited budgets and just waste it, others make the most out of what they have.

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This question is tough to answer without knowing all the methods, but generally the answer to this question is efficiency.

Some schools have unlimited budgets and just waste it, others make the most out of what they have.
Personnel might also be important?

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Personnel might also be important?
But what makes Novokuznetsk personnel any better then others?

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i'd like to see finns out. too bad it's putin's crony who's backing them.
Its absurd that Finland accepts bad hockey from the Jokers, while they are more than used to see the Battle Axes & HIFK put on clinics in Liiga.

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