Andrei Kostitsyn

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Rise from the Ashes, Jan 7, 2006.

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  1. Rise from the Ashes

    Rise from the Ashes Price defies corsi

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    after everyone has been bashing him, watch a habs game and see how explosive and a great player he is, very good vision and shot and excellent puck handling.
     
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    Sergei is Better ;)
     
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    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOOO!

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    no he isn't.

    not from what i've read, at least. never seen him play.
     
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    Sure right now he is playing well but I think in couple of games he will slowdown and get sent in Hamilton .
     
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    WADEugottaBELAKthat Flynt Flossy

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    He'd better be. He was a top-ten pick in a draft class that saw top young prospects(and many NHL-playing players) go after him; including J Carter, B Seabrook, Z Parise, D Brown, M Richards, C Perry, R Getzlaf, etc.

    But yes - judging from his brief stint he should develop into a sound offensive player
     
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    Carter (and maybe Seabrook) are the only ones that would make me really think things over (Kosts or Carter? Seabrook or Kosts?).
    Carter is a center we can certainly use (in a year or two) instead of Ribeiro.
    Carter might one day develop into something close to a Shanahan.
    I really like Seabrook also, but...

    I really like our Kostitsyn He's got so much talent, it's just a matter of gaining experience/time, confidence, coach's confidence in him, patience with him, etc...
     
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