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08-31-2010, 10:57 PM
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Who is the next big russian superstar in the NHL?

i think kirill kabanov will do very well.

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i dont think nikita filatov will be back.

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i dont think nikita filatov will be back.
he is back

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where? i didn't hear about this.

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Nikolai Zherdev.
You make it easy to refer to Flyer fans as "retards"...atleast your doing them no favors

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Filatov
Kabanov
Tarasenko
Avtsin
Khohklachev ???
Namestnikov ???
Grigorenko
Yakupov

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There are PLENTY of talented, young Russian prospects, but I really don't see "the next superstar" among them.

Yakupov and Grigorenko might be the next prospects that have that kind of upside, but I don't think they are as good as what Ovechkin and Malkin were at the same age.

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Filatov was gonna be that - scratch it
kabanov was gonna be that - most likely scratch it
Tarasenko? doubt it...

May be Kuznetsov?

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You make it easy to refer to Flyer fans as "retards"...atleast your doing them no favors
Datsyuk > Malkin

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Please turn on your Sarcasm detector.

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Filatov is maybe the most likely to be the next Russian superstar in the NHL. He doesn't have the talent of Ovechkin and Malkin, but he has the talent to score 40 goals in the NHL. It's not every prospects that can do that.

He didn't have the chance to prove himself with Hittcock and his defensive system. This year, Filatov will have is chance to become a really important player on the Blue Jackets roster. It will be hard, there is not many open spots on the roster, but I'm sure that Filatov will take is place on one of the first two lines.

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Filatov is maybe the most likely to be the next Russian superstar in the NHL. He doesn't have the talent of Ovechkin and Malkin, but he has the talent to score 40 goals in the NHL. It's not every prospects that can do that.

He didn't have the chance to prove himself with Hittcock and his defensive system. This year, Filatov will have is chance to become a really important player on the Blue Jackets roster. It will be hard, there is not many open spots on the roster, but I'm sure that Filatov will take is place on one of the first two lines.
wishful thinking, he's a self-centered, uncoachable irresponsible talented hockey player.

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There are PLENTY of talented, young Russian prospects, but I really don't see "the next superstar" among them.

Yakupov and Grigorenko might be the next prospects that have that kind of upside, but I don't think they are as good as what Ovechkin and Malkin were at the same age.
Yakupov is really turning heads at the Sarnia Sting training camp. I think he will be a top prospect in 2012 draft but, we will see.

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wishful thinking, he's a self-centered, uncoachable irresponsible talented hockey player.
Filatov is a selfish player, but he still have the talent to be a really player in the NHL. Filatov is the most likely to be a star from what I saw in the two last years.

I have seen Kabanov, Kuznetsov and Taraseno, no one impressed me like Filatov did.

I'm not saying that they are not good players, but from what i saw, Filatov was better.

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Filatov is a selfish player, but he still have the talent to be a really player in the NHL. Filatov is the most likely to be a star from what I saw in the two last years.

I have seen Kabanov, Kuznetsov and Taraseno, no one impressed me like Filatov did.



I'm not saying that they are not good players, but from what i saw, Filatov was better.
you are entitled to your opinion, I am entitled to mine. So far Filatov has only proven that he won't listen to the coach (Bykov, Nemchinov, Plyushev, Hitchcok), if he proves me otherwise - I will get on the glory-truck

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The fact that a player is self-centered, irresponsible, and uncoachable will by no means prevent him from being an NHL star. However, Filatov is going to have to put up big time numbers to the point where he becomes more valuable to the team than the coach is, if that truly is the case. I also think Filatov will mature and some of those concerns people have had will start to go away. Many players have been dogged by those same allegations but have gone on to a place with a different team culture and flourished. We'll see how Filatov does without Hitchcock this year.

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Filatov was gonna be that - scratch it
kabanov was gonna be that - most likely scratch it
Tarasenko? doubt it...

May be Kuznetsov?
Filatov is only 20 years old and you scratched him already?
his unsuccesful action behind the rink dosnt mean that He (Kabanov) is not great prospect anymore! and what about Tarasenko??


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wishful thinking, he's a self-centered, uncoachable irresponsible talented hockey player.
that is what i call YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU TALKING ABOUT

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that is what i call YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT YOU TALKING ABOUT
i have no reason to argue with you, once you said you will skipping my posts, but u keep breaking that promise. I have nothing against you going through with it.

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Filatov is only 20 years old and you scratched him already?
his unsuccesful action behind the rink dosnt mean that He (Kabanov) is not great prospect anymore! and what about Tarasenko??
Tarasenko is a bit undersized for the big league, he will be good but won't be an NHL superstar, IMHO

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i have no reason to argue with you, once you said you will skipping my posts, but u keep breaking that promise. I have nothing against you going through with it.
can you remind me when did i say that?
PS: let me guess, you did had an argue with former member of HFBoards Puskine but without 74 in the end?

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Tarasenko is a bit undersized for the big league, he will be good but won't be an NHL superstar, IMHO
Crosby 5.11 -? Kane 5.10-? Tarasenko 6.0 and 185 -! and you called him as undersized? i dont get a point here to be honest.

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Tarasenko is 6.0 and 212,5 lbs as he was oficially measured at the combine. Its obvious that he is not undersized

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Tarasenko is 6.0 and 212,5 lbs as he was oficially measured at the combine. Its obvious that he is not undersized
i musta had old info then, my bad.

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Hard to pick just one cause there's so many talented Russian's as always. I'm going to go with Nail Yakupov. This kid has amazing skills. Haven't seen enough tape on Grigorenko and haven't seen any on Nichuskin.

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