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08-02-2008, 09:02 AM
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Russian sites in English?

Any way we can follow the progress of that league and/or any other leagues in Russia with sites that are actually written in English?

I want to follow Emelin's and Trunev's progression really closely this year and would actually like if I can read in in a language I can understand...

Which sites are the best updated sites for stats of games, preseason and regular season written in English?

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The KHL.com is suppose to have a English version when the site comes fully up.
I find that babel fish is a good translater. Just copy the website then paste it and bookmark it in English.

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Well Trunev is almost a lock to play in the WHL so you won't really need a foreign site to track him. As for Emelin, I saw an interview where he claimed that his Russian team screwed him over or something along the lines of wanting to come over but was not allowed too. But most likely he will be in Russia for the rest of his career, so forget about him being in a Canadians uniform.

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Well Trunev is almost a lock to play in the WHL so you won't really need a foreign site to track him. As for Emelin, I saw an interview where he claimed that his Russian team screwed him over or something along the lines of wanting to come over but was not allowed too. But most likely he will be in Russia for the rest of his career, so forget about him being in a Canadians uniform.
Almost? He seems far from it.

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Originally Posted by Q&A With Maxim Trunev

HF: Can you tell us your contract situation?

MT: I can say that I am under contract with Severstal for other two years.

HF: What do you think about your chances with Montreal or Portland? Do you think to play overseas in the next season? Do you plan to go back to Russia if things there don’t go too well? If yes, will you keep playing for Severstal?

MT: Now I want to have a regular spot in Severstal’s roster, if things don’t go like expected I play overseas for one year and then I want to return and break Severstal’s lineup.


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I'm willing to bet on it, we wont see until season starts I guess.

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Google can automatically translate some sights for you.

Like the KHL one...

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08-04-2008, 11:12 PM
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It's tough to get good data from the Russian league sites - but hopefully KHL will turn the page on that. We on RussianProspects.com usually try to post the consolidated box scores based on the Sport-Express and Soviet Sport publications (they provide different data points for us). We also automatically update our Super League (now KHL) stats based on the official website's statistics. It might require a bit of programming if KHL starts using a new stats service, but I'm sure our guys will figure it out in time for the regular season. In any case - hope this helps!

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