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Oct. 9

Jens Karlsson tallied another assist in Frolunda's 5-4 overtime loss.

Tim Eriksson scored for the first time this season for Linkoping while skating on the third line. He now has 1 goal and 3 assists in his last 2 games.

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October 10th

The Kings RSL prospects had a pretty good day today.

Konstantin Pushakarev scored his 1st career goal in the RSL in a 3-3 tie with Severstal today. Andrei Shefer was a non-factor in the game.

Evgeni Federov had a goal and an assist in Ak Bars 3 goal 1st period.They went on to win the game 5-1.

Anshakov and Lyubushin's tams don't play until tomorrow.I will report on their games then.

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So pUshkarov has been called up then right Spongebob...?

Also what kind of point totals in this league are realistic for Pushkarov...is it low scoring league...?

Like if he gets like 20 points in 50 games is that good in this league...?

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So pUshkarov has been called up then right Spongebob...?

Also what kind of point totals in this league are realistic for Pushkarov...is it low scoring league...?

Like if he gets like 20 points in 50 games is that good in this league...?
The point leaders in the RSL traditionally score at about a point a game pace. Former Kings prospect Tomas Vlasak lead the RSL last season with 44 points in 45 games.

However, 20 points in 50 games for a player of Pushkarev's age (18) in the RSL is remarkable. To put it in prospective, at the age of 18, Frolov had 39 points, Grigorenko had 15, and Chistov had 0 (in 9 games) playing in the RSL.

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thx spongbob...keep it up the good work.(thx for answering my pm too, i was antcy that day!).
Keep it coming Push!
U too Anshakov!

btw. to be fair to Push, when Frolov was 18, he did have 39pts but that was in RUL. He had 29pts in 39gms in the RSL the following year when he was 19. :p . If im wrong u can correct me!

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btw. to be fair to Push, when Frolov was 18, he did have 39pts but that was in RUL. He had 29pts in 39gms in the RSL the following year when he was 19. :p . If im wrong u can correct me!

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Russianprospects.com had him playing with Moscow in the RSL during the 2000-01 season.

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So pUshkarov has been called up then right Spongebob...?

Also what kind of point totals in this league are realistic for Pushkarov...is it low scoring league...?

Like if he gets like 20 points in 50 games is that good in this league...?
I think with Pushkarev it becomes an issue of "Does he make the most out of the time he is given"?If he is only playing 5 minutes a game but dominates the ice for those 5 minutes then he will earn more ice-time.

The fact that he scored a goal with his limited ice-time will make the coach consider increasing his playing time.In Pushkarev's favor right now is the fact that Avangard needs some offensive forwards.Tverdovski leads the team in goals with 5.If Pushkarev can prove that he can put the puck in the net I could see him on Avangards 1st line by seasons end.

Here is a quote from Avangard's head coach, Sergei Gersonski, in a post game press conference.

Reporter-"Evaluate the play of Pushkarev."

Gersonski-"You all could see perfectly, good movement,aims for goal, thirsts for conflict, self-efficient."

I assume the coach liked his performance this game.

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Linky

Russianprospects.com had him playing with Moscow in the RSL during the 2000-01 season.
actually thats a mistake i believe. He was w/ the Soviet Wing is the Russia 2 league, and then thx the Frolov, they made it to the SUper league for the next year.

http://www.joyofhockey.com/LA1AlexanderFrolov.html

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Actually DFA.....Big Kov is right.In 00-01 the Soviet Wings were part of the High league.The next year the RSL expanded to 18 teams and the Soviet Wings were added to the RSL.This season the RSL went back to 16 teams and the Soviet Wings are now a High League team once again.

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I don't know if it's right or not. I'm just going by what it says.

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I don't know if it's right or not. I'm just going by what it says.
Hey don't worry about it too much.We won't hold it against you.

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Hey don't worry about it too much.We won't hold it against you.


i cant wait till some asks Push his game style and he replies w/: " I dont know. I just score goals."

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Evgeni Federov had a goal and an assist in Ak Bars 3 goal 1st period.They went on to win the game 5-1.

UPDATE:I read Sports Express today a found out that Evgeni Federov was named the 1st star of this game.

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October 11th

Sergei Anshakov was not on the score sheet in his teams 1-0 win today over Amur.

Mikael Lyubushin was again pretty quiet in Dynamo's 3-2 OT victory against Metallurg MG.(Ovechkin scored his 5th of the season though.)

Next games will be tomorrow.

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October 12

Evgeni Federov has turned into an offensive force.He scored 2 goals and added an assist in Ak Bars 7-1 victory over Torpedo.He has scored 3 goals and added 2 assists in the last 2 games.He is now tied for 16th in the league in total scoring and tied for 18th in the league in goals.Not too shabby.

Andrei Shefer was held off the scoresheet again Severstal's 4-2 victory over Himik.

Konstantin Pushkarev did not contribute on the scoresheet in Avangard's 4-4 tie with SKA.

P.S. Federov was second star in his game tonight.

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