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02-07-2008, 09:58 AM
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Sergei Mozyakin second in RSL scoring race

Mozyakin:RW Height: 5'11 Weight:172
stats: games-49,goals-34,as.-21,points- 55,pen.-20, +/-(+14)
First in goals 34(second Morozov has 27),second in points (Mororzov has only one more).

For guy who is drafted from Blue Jackets in round 9 №263 it's not too bad!
Columbus didn't give him a chance. Why?
He deserved that!
I know he is not a big guy but for example Russell is defensman and he is only 168 pounds.
What do you think?

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I think he's a sick kid in the goal scoring dept. year after year. Just when and if he'll decide to ever come to NA is the question.

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Mozyakin:RW Height: 5'11 Weight:172
stats: games-49,goals-34,as.-21,points- 55,pen.-20, +/-(+14)
First in goals 34(second Morozov has 27),second in points (Mororzov has only one more).

For guy who is drafted from Blue Jackets in round 9 №263 it's not too bad!
Columbus didn't give him a chance. Why?
He deserved that!
I know he is not a big guy but for example Russell is defensman and he is only 168 pounds.
What do you think?
He doesn't want to be here.

Period.

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Columbus didn't give him a chance. Why?
He deserved that!
Like WrightOn said, Mozyakin has made it clear to the CBJ that he would rather play in Russia. It's hardly fair to the CBJ organization to say that they haven't given him a chance, when it reality Mozyakin is the one who keeps hanging up on the CBJ when they call to ask him to consider playing over here.

I think that at one point that he may have actually come over to the States to a prospect camp, but as far as I know he's made it very clear that he's very happy where he is. That's a shame, as I think he'd have a decent chance of doing well in the NHL.

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02-07-2008, 10:15 AM
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Mozyakin is overrated, sure he can put good numbers in RSL as can many players that didn't fit in NHL. Mozyakin is always average at best when it comes to International tournaments. Very bad defensivly, small, avoid contact.

He's not the only European star that doesn't fit in NHL. Johan Davidsson is another example, a consistent TOP scorer in SEL, best scorer of last WC, but doesn't fit in NHL. Or Andreas Karlsson from Tampa Bay, he was a superstar in Europe and is a healthy scratch in Tampa.

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I do not think he is overated, he has sick skills, is capable of making pavel datsyuk-like moves. Is extremely quick.

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I do not think he is overated, he has sick skills, is capable of making pavel datsyuk-like moves. Is extremely quick.
Yup he kinda reminded me of a Petr Prucha type in his rookie year here.

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Mozyakin is overrated, sure he can put good numbers in RSL as can many players that didn't fit in NHL. Mozyakin is always average at best when it comes to International tournaments. Very bad defensivly, small, avoid contact.

He's not the only European star that doesn't fit in NHL. Johan Davidsson is another example, a consistent TOP scorer in SEL, best scorer of last WC, but doesn't fit in NHL. Or Andreas Karlsson from Tampa Bay, he was a superstar in Europe and is a healthy scratch in Tampa.
Tony Salmeleinnen was the king of the Finnish Leauge before coming back to the NHL for this 2nd Tour De Suck

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Tony Salmeleinnen was the king of the Finnish Leauge before coming back to the NHL for this 2nd Tour De Suck
RSL>>>SML

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Yup he kinda reminded me of a Petr Prucha type in his rookie year here.
Prucha - garbage man, he can only dream about Mozyakin shot.

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Like WrightOn said, Mozyakin has made it clear to the CBJ that he would rather play in Russia. It's hardly fair to the CBJ organization to say that they haven't given him a chance, when it reality Mozyakin is the one who keeps hanging up on the CBJ when they call to ask him to consider playing over here.

I think that at one point that he may have actually come over to the States to a prospect camp, but as far as I know he's made it very clear that he's very happy where he is. That's a shame, as I think he'd have a decent chance of doing well in the NHL.
He said he is not 18 years old anymore to proof something in camp.

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He said he is not 18 years old anymore to proof something in camp.
If so, he can stay in the RSL cause he would have to prove something no matter his age, cool name, stats, etc.

From your comment alone, it sounds like we don't want him here anyway.

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Sounds like he may need the Howson/Hitch talk that zherdev got

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If so, he can stay in the RSL cause he would have to prove something no matter his age, cool name, stats, etc.

From your comment alone, it sounds like we don't want him here anyway.
And he don't want to be here too - family + long contract with his club .

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I think most of us would love to see Sergei here.

But it isn't the Jackets fault he isn't. It's been his choice.

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And he don't want to be here too - family + long contract with his club .

So...what's your point?

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Talking about Mozyakin is depressing because he is never coming to North America. He's a star in the RSL and that's where he's going to stay for his entire career.

Personally, I don't think he has the size to play in the NHL but it would be interesting if he ever gave it a shot. I'd wager there's a 2% chance he ever suits up for the Jackets.

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He makes alot more in the RSL than the Jackets would pay him.

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So...what's your point?
My point: do not crap on Mozyakin cuz he don't want to play in NHL. Very very good player but his choice - RSL.

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pfft, who wouldnt want to come to the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Atleast the Electricity is on here all day long.

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My point: do not crap on Mozyakin cuz he don't want to play in NHL. Very very good player but his choice - RSL.
If you don't play against the same competition, it's hard to say how good you really are. Brule pwned the Junior world and hasn't done anything. Others have done the same thing and succeeded on the NHL level.

Converstation of how good he is becomes tiresome unless he decided to play against the same competition.

If he doesn't want to play here, that fine and his choice. But we may never know if he can translate his success to the NHL level.

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Avy "The Homer" arrived.

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Converstation of how good he is becomes tiresome unless he decided to play against the same competition.

If he doesn't want to play here, that fine and his choice. But we may never know if he can translate his success to the NHL level.
Exactly. As the leading goaltender in the NOSL (Norwalk Ohio Super League) I have never surrendered a goal. That doesn't put me in line to replace Pazzy.

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Exactly. As the leading goaltender in the NOSL (Norwalk Ohio Super League) I have never surrendered a goal. That doesn't put me in line to replace Pazzy.
Dude, we're ruining Mason... Get with Howson and get a contract together! We need you...

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Sick numbers in the RSL <<<< impressive. To put this in perspective let's take a little organizational history walk with goalies who were part of this organization or its minor affiliates and went on to play in the RSL:
  • Alex Westlund (Played for Dayton)
  • JF Labbe (2003-04 Tolyatti Lada Russia 30 0 0 4 1718 40 0 8 1.40 0 0 0 593 0.937 )
  • Marc Lamothe (played Syracuse 00-01)2005-06 Cherepovets Severstal Russia 42 0 0 4 2379 79 0 4 1.99 0 0 0 988 0.920

Then there are the skaters who couldn't cut it here but did weel there:
Too many too type but here is a link: http://hockeytalk.biz/europe_1207.htm

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