76 Man Russian Roster Announced

Discussion in 'International Tournaments' started by Zine, Oct 24, 2005.

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  1. Zine

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    Goaltenders
    Ilya Bryzgalov
    Alexander Eremenko
    Alexander Fomitchev
    Nikolai Khabibulin
    Evgeny Nabokov
    Maxim Sokolov
    Sergei Zvyagin

    Defensemen
    Vitali Atyushov
    Dmitri Bykov
    Sergei Gonchar
    Denis Grebeshkov
    Sergei Gusev
    Dmitri Kalinin
    Darius Kasparaitis
    Alexander Khavanov
    Vlladimir Khomitsky
    Kirill Koltsov
    Maxim Kondratiev
    Evgeny Korolev
    Denis Kulyash
    Andrei Markov
    Daniil Markov
    Alexander Ryazantsev
    Alexander Titov
    Oleg Tverdovsky
    Fedor Tyutin
    Igor Ulanov
    Vitali Vishnevski
    Anton Volchenkov
    Sergei Vyshedkevich
    Alexei Zhitnik
    Sergei Zhukov
    Sergei Zubov
    Andrei Zyuzin

    Forwards
    Dmitri Afanasenkov
    Maxim Afinogenov
    Vladimir Antipov
    Sergei Brylin
    Valeri Bure
    Anton But
    Pavel Datsyuk
    Fedor Fedorov
    Sergei Fedorov
    Alexander Frolov
    Igor Grigorenko
    Alexei Kaigorodov
    Alexander Kharitonov
    Alexander Korolyuk
    Alexei Kovalev
    Ilya Kovalchuk
    Viktor Kozlov
    Anton Kuryanov
    Evgeny Malkin
    Igor Mirnov
    Alexander Mogilny
    Alexei Morozov
    Ivan Nepryaev
    Alexander Ovechkin
    Alexander Perezhogin
    Alexander Popov
    Oleg Sapykin
    Sergei Samsonov
    Alexander Semin
    Grigori Shafigullin
    Alexei Simakov
    Alexander Suglobov
    Maxim Sushinsky
    Alexander Svitov
    Andrei Taratukhin
    Ivan Tkachenko
    Yuri Trubachev
    Pavel Vorobiev
    Alexei Yashin
    Alexei Zhamnov
    Nikolai Zherdev
    Sergei Zinoviev

    http://rushockey.com/events.php?i=iihf&stream=iihf_news&id=389

    Big list.......pretty much have everyone covered.

    Missing notables: Malakhov, Yushkevich, Karpovtsev. Semenov, Proshkin, Mironov, Slava Kozlov, Kvasha, Chubarov, Nikolishin.
     
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    Just tried to speculate about lines and realised that I have no thoughts how this team will look like.
     
  3. Alessandro Seren Rosso

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    It's too early. Surprizes and injuries will modify the definitive list and any speculation about lines and/or rosters
    ;)
     
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    A little surprised not to see Kvasha on the list. His size and defensive awarness could have been a nice addition to the team.
     
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    Surprized Chubarov isnt there. Hes a good PK-er.
     
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    thank God they left off Kvasha, Chubarov and Karpovtsev.
     
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    Actually, the list is 77. + Mozjakin. I think adding Karpovtsev would have not hurt.
     
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    Where is Mozyakin??
     
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    He plays for CSKA Moscow and leads the RSL in scoring with 21 pts in 18 games. Malkin is second with 20 pts.

    Anyway, I wouldn't be surprised if Krikunov selected up to 6 forwards from the RSL : Malkin, Zinoviev, Sushinsky, Morozov, Korolyuk, Kharitonov. But no defensemen, please no defensemen!
     
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    i meant where is him in that list...
     
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    How am I supposed to understand an Italian dude who makes mistakes in English? :help:
     
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    What mistakes ? :dunno:
     
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    I quoted it
     
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    Why? I've seen Kvasha play for NYI and he's pretty good, he scores, and is good defensively. I think he could have helped.
     
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    Kavasha was the worst Russian forward at the World Cup. No harm him being on the perliminary roster, but when it comes to the final team... competition from NHL and RPHL guys who want to make it seems stiff... he dosent belong anywhere near the final Olympic team.
     
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    I don't know much about chemistry but these look like some potent lines:

    LW - C - RW:
    Kovalchuk - Yashin - Fedorov
    Frolov - Datsyuk - Kovalev
    Samsonov - Zhamnov - Mogilny
    Ovechkin - Malkin - Zherdev

    D: Gonchar, Tverdovsky, Volchenkov, Kalinin, Zhitnik, Zubov, Markov

    G: Khabby, Nabokov
     
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    My best team in terms of forwards (defense is a big mess which I wont start picking at) is:


    Sushinsky-Datsyuk-Kovalev
    Frolov-Yashin-Samsonov
    Kovalchuk-Federov-Khartinov
    Ovechkin-Malkin-Afinogenov

    Extra forward: Morozov.


    Backup lines in case of injuries or declinations:
    Mogilny-Zinov'ev-Korolyuk
    Mozyakin-Zhamnov-Vorobiev
     
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    I still dont get where is the mistake :dunno: but ok, who cares, the important is to get sergey on that list. He def deserves it
     
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    no Karpotsev? you guys are screwed.
     
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    Oh yes, its really 78.

    Mozyakin was added at the last minute. (Sheesh! Leading scorer in the RSL)
    Chistov was added after the deadline. (Why, Ive got no idea)

    Fedor Federov's addition was a waste of ink. A career minor leaguer, worse then SO many others that could have made it. I guess its all in courtship of Sergei, and to please his father.
     
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    is sushinsky the guy that left the wild during their first season? if it is i thought i remembered him scoring some goals for us then leaving for a reason that i never found out.
     
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    Aye,

    He felt homesick and didnt like the North American style as he had a difficult time adjusting and being as good as he is. So he left for the easier pastures of the RSL.

    Since then he has been the Russian league's best forward pretty much every year. That includes the lockout year when every RSL team was brimming with top of the line NHLers. The Wild are missing out. Perhaps someone should offer him enough money to coounteract his oath to never play in North America again. (Im not sure if he actually swore this)
     
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    Krikunov told the press that the only real candidates to Torino from the Karjala Cup were Sokolov, Zvyagin, Morozov and Semin.
     
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    Awww! Id want Zinoviev over Zhamnov... or at least as the 13th forward. Yet... he is rather slow. Mozyakin is another that is pretty good, but vastly undervalued from that roster. You dont lead the RSL in scoring for no reason!
     
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