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03-18-2004, 04:27 PM
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Hockey's Future's Top 50 NHL Prospects, 41-50 posted

http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article.php?sid=6773

Perezhogan comes in at 46.

46. Alex Perezhogin, Right Wing (MON)
Height: 6’0”, Weight: 185, Current Team: Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)

After a strong 2002-03 season in the Russian Superleague, Alex Perezhogin set his sights on making his mark in North America. The Montreal Canadiens prospect signed a contract with the Habs in the offseason, beginning his pro career with Hamilton of the AHL. Not surprisingly, it took the talented winger some time to become acclimated to the to the style of play on these shores, but Perezhogin appears to be more comfortable with each passing week. The Ust Kamenogorsk, Kazakistan native is on a pace to hit the 20-goal/50-point plateau as an AHL rookie. Perezhogin is adept at both scoring goals and setting them up, and he has a reputation for being a player that rarely takes a shift off. The former Avangard Omsk star is a bit on the skinny side, but he has the talent to eventually be a top-6 forward for the Canadiens.


I dont know if this is good or bad, because i dont know much at all about other prospects!

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Well it's very good some of these prospects they're going to name have played a few games in the NHL...Perezhogin will end up being better than alot of the other players who are ahead of him IMO...even thoguh I haven't seen the rest of the list

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dont look at the top 50 and ask good or bad, this top 50 is a puzzle, speculation and potential in rank never pan out in order.
who cares if perez is 46 or 5 it doesnt change his destiny and quite simple doesnt mean anything.
we're supposed to have the most prospects on the top 50 the quality is in depth as many will not reach there potential the more you have the better it is.

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Here's the intro article:
http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article...readed&order=0

"As for the list itself, there is at least one area of agreement between the group that compiled the top 50 list and the one that produced HF’s organizational rankings -- the Montreal Canadiens are the current kings of the NHL prospect kingdom. The Habs placed the most prospects on our Top 50 list, with Buffalo, Detroit and Washington also being well represented."

Can't wait to see the rest of the list now!!!!

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True. I guess having any prospect in the top 50 has to be a good thing.

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So what!?! Who could have guessed that Karyia and Selanne would have atrocious years (given their standards) with the Avs? Tempting to predict tomorrow's game result is also pure speculation. What if our top 6 all go down to injury, and Komi is asked to play as #1 center. He has a 6 points night, falling 1 goal short of his 1st career hat trick. It's all pure speculation, but it could happen.

Now we all know what this Top 50 stands for and that we can't consider this as a lock for the upcoming years, but it's atleast based on talent which we can't take away from Perez or any of the Top 50 for that matter. Can't we have a tiny bit of fun without people raining on our parade?

Sheeesh...

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So what!?! Who could have guessed that Karyia and Selanne would have atrocious years (given their standards) with the Avs? Tempting to predict tomorrow's game result is also pure speculation. What if our top 6 all go down to injury, and Komi is asked to play as #1 center. He has a 6 points night, falling 1 goal short of his 1st career hat trick. It's all pure speculation, but it could happen.

Now we all know what this Top 50 stands for and that we can't consider this as a lock for the upcoming years, but it's atleast based on talent which we can't take away from Perez or any of the Top 50 for that matter. Can't we have a tiny bit of fun without people raining on our parade?

Sheeesh...

I think you need an alcohol beverage

Might i suggest a canadian rye with some coke or water(if your really feeling down) on the rocks!

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Yeah, I've been ****ing edgy the last couple of days. I think I need a rest.... or more posts from JOHNNY V.

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I think he's in good company. Being listed as one of the top 50 in the entire league is very good, looking forward to seeing where the rest of the prospects place.

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Yeah, I've been ****ing edgy the last couple of days. I think I need a rest.... or more posts from JOHNNY V.
i think we all need more posts from JOHNNY V

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Don't see Higgins and Plekanec yet

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Who is JOHNNY V, What did he do or not do?

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Don't see Higgins and Plekanec yet
I guess we should be happy.
As for Perezhogin, I must say I'm very intrigued with him. Every time I see him play for Hamilton, he just looks so great out there. He really possesses *great* hockey sense, and to me, that's one of the most important things you want from any player.

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Ya Perezhogan is gona be a great player. He has done very well in his first full ahl season.

Which player do you guys think he resembles?

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Perezhogin is way ahead of plekanec in mind in our depth chart !
so no way Plekanec is even on the list !!
my list would be
Higgins: Less potential, not too flashy but so skilled and effective !!
Kastitsyn: Big potential, all the offensive tools !! need to polish is defense !
Perezhogin: Great potential, very reliable player with some impressive moves, very nice acceleration! Top 6 potential (and not too far away IMO)
then
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plekanec limited upside IMO
hainsey highest offensive D potential but no brain at all !
...
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Mogilny
That would simply be awsome. Imagine if----

Kastitsyn becomes like Bure (as some one from russia once mentioned after seeing him play)

and

Perezhogan becomes like Mogilny.

Kastitsyn, Koivu, Perezhogan

or you could look at it this this way

Bure, Koivu, Mogilny

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That would simply be awsome. Imagine if----

Kastitsyn becomes like Bure (as some one from russia once mentioned after seeing him play)

and

Perezhogan becomes like Mogilny.

Kastitsyn, Koivu, Perezhogan

or you could look at it this this way

Bure, Koivu, Mogilny
Kastitsyn is bigger than Bure How about
Bure Koivu Bure

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Well It seems that...

Ahah. I won't say a damn thing.

I just hope you will appreciate our work

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Well It seems that...

Ahah. I won't say a damn thing.

I just hope you will appreciate our work
ricky your working on the inside as there any pleseant habs surprises in the top 40 comming up?

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I just want to say I had nothing to do with this list but it's easy to question the list forgetting that the people who spent their time doing the list did it of their own free time.

But Perezhogin at #46 is tough to see.

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Perezhogin 46th

Oh boy... Hope people remember this one!

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#46 isn't that bad. When you consider there are 30 NHL teams, that means on average he would be a #2 or most NHL teams prospect lists. Also I'm sure the guys who made the list wanted to include prospects from as many teams as possible, and wether you like it or not, it probabely caused Perezhogin to be dropped a few spots seeing we already had other prospects listed above him. I'm sure if Perezhogin was our only true prospect he would rate a little higher. It's all politics!!!!

Outside of Kastitsyn and Higgins, I don't see the habs having any other players on the list. Balej might have mad the list ,but he isn't our know, so.........

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dont look at the top 50 and ask good or bad, this top 50 is a puzzle, speculation and potential in rank never pan out in order.
who cares if perez is 46 or 5 it doesnt change his destiny and quite simple doesnt mean anything.
we're supposed to have the most prospects on the top 50 the quality is in depth as many will not reach there potential the more you have the better it is.
very valid point Souray!!! and just to validate this point for others... little question for you now.... Who did the Canadiens draft as their first choice in the 1980???? and what the hell is he doing now???? just goes to show.... potential, quality past seasons sometimes never add up and pan out... lets just all be glad we've got him.. as i think we're all sure one day he will do a good job for us!!!

And if you wanted to know the answer to that question it was Doug Wickenheiser 1st pick for in the 1980 draft.... whats he doing no idea... but he ain't playing hockey...

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