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08-30-2010, 02:36 AM
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Top offseason transfers in the KHL

Can you say me the top transfers in this summer? To or within KHL...

i know there was Nabokov, Hasek, Afinogenov, Demitra...

who else?

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Mårtensson, Weinhandl.

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http://webhokej24.sk/index.php?optio...alne&Itemid=47

Look at discussion.
I know that Bobrovsky, Avtsin, Nikitin left KHL. But great young players like Tarasenko, Kuznetsov stayed.

In my opinion, good deal is signing of Heikkinen by Sibir. He have earned many points in this offseason. Stefan Liv in Sibir can be good singing too. And dont forget for Lehterä in Lokomotiv, so many points... Martin Skoula in Omsk, etc.

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08-30-2010, 02:25 PM
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Ones I can think of quickly:

Irgl to Atlant
Hossa to Ak Bars
Demitra/Rachunek/Lehtera to Lokomotiv
Cervenka/Perezhogin to Avangard
Marek to CSKA
Grebeshkov/Nabokov/Afinogenov/Martensson/Weinhandl to SKA
Aaltonen/Niskala to Magnitka
Liv to Sibir
Gorovikov to Dynamo
Hasek to Spartak

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08-30-2010, 03:44 PM
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I like young players moving around to teams they can play for and progress

Kagarlitskiy to KS
Hafizulin to Vityaz'

let the young guys play!

is Dmitriy Kostromitin back to Russia playing for Traktor?

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08-30-2010, 07:27 PM
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Hamilton and Lasak are about to be waved...Explanation: didn't show up for an open to public practice, but there must be bigger reason behind it (signing of Barulin and poor play of Hamilton in preseason)

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whats the deal with Lehterä, is he in russia or is he going to st louis?

"But great young players like Tarasenko, Kuznetsov stayed."

i cant see them staying much longer before giving north america a go

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08-31-2010, 03:02 AM
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is Dmitriy Kostromitin back to Russia playing for Traktor?
Yes he is

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i m not sure-but he is in Belyie Medvedi

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Kostromitin was one of the rare bright spots on the team Russia during the superseries, Traktor has about 10 KHL d-men on their roster, hard to understand the logic here.

they also just signed Razin..

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What will SKA St. Pete's line-up look like (assuming no Kovy)?

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What will SKA St. Pete's line-up look like (assuming no Kovy)?
there is a list of players who participated at pre season camp.

List is in slovak, so I can translate some names to english..
You have to add Afinogenov and Grebeshkov

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What will SKA St. Pete's line-up look like (assuming no Kovy)?
Yashin-Cajanek-Sushinskiy
Windhandl-Mortensson-Afinogenov

after that it's uknown, they have too many players.

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I was wondering because they will be playing the Hurricanes soon and SKA seems to have a pretty good roster. I want to see that game.

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whats the deal with Lehterä, is he in russia or is he going to st louis?

"But great young players like Tarasenko, Kuznetsov stayed."

i cant see them staying much longer before giving north america a go
Lehterä will play in KHL 2010-2011. St. Louis signed him to keep the rights.

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Lehterä will play in KHL 2010-2011. St. Louis signed him to keep the rights.
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I was wondering because they will be playing the Hurricanes soon and SKA seems to have a pretty good roster. I want to see that game.
they do have a scary (for KHL for sure) roster...Zubov, Vishnevskiy, Zyuzin, Grebeshkov on D
Nabby in goal.
also worth mentioning: Rybin, Brylin, Panov, Trubachev and etc.

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Evgeny Timkin: Omsk -> ECHL. Why?

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Timkin is a goon. He'll fit right in the ECHL.

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Timkin is a goon. He'll fit right in the ECHL.
He is young and has played in the Russian U20 national team. I don't understand this move at all.

Too many Russians who could play in the KHL are leaving to play in the lower NA leagues. Timkin is just one of them.

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Timkin is a goon. He'll fit right in the ECHL.
With behaviour like this, he'll feel right at home:


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He is young and has played in the Russian U20 national team. I don't understand this move at all.

Too many Russians who could play in the KHL are leaving to play in the lower NA leagues. Timkin is just one of them.
I agree but not about Timkin.

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He is young and has played in the Russian U20 national team. I don't understand this move at all.

Too many Russians who could play in the KHL are leaving to play in the lower NA leagues. Timkin is just one of them.
Timkin probably can make more money as a goon in NA than he can in the KHL.

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Timkin probably can make more money as a goon in NA than he can in the KHL.
Huh?

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Before proclaiming Timkin as a new Yudin or smth, let me see him fight at least one serious opponent and not a bunch of finnish midgets. In a fight vs Panin he wasn't impressive at all, and Panin is not a good fighter.

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