Russian U-20 Team

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  1. montreal

    montreal Go Habs Go

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    Anyone want to take a shot at who will be on Russia's U-20 team? Any chance of Anikekyenko or Churilov making the team? What about Vororiev and Yemelin on defense? What about in nets, Khudobin or Borisov have a shot?
     
  2. not quite yoda

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    Apparently not.

    :jump:
     
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    G:
    Sidikov Rustam* - 6'2/161 - 1985 - CSKA Moscow
    Borisov Sergei - 6'0/174 - 1985 - CSKA Moscow

    D:
    Kosmatchev Dmitry* - 6'3/195 - 06/07/85 - CSKA Moscow
    Ezhov Denis* - 6'0/198 - 02/28/85 - CSKA Moscow
    Vorobiev Dmitry - 6'2/203 - 10/18/85 - Lada
    Anikeenko Vitaly - 6'4/198 - 01/02/87 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Karetin Sergei - 6'2.5/200 - 01/14/86 - CSKA Moscow
    Lyamin Kirill - 6'3/198 - 01/13/86 - CSKA Moscow
    Belov Anton - 6'2.5/185 - 07/29/86 - CSKA Moscow
    Mikhaylishin Alex 6'4/198 - 02/24/86 - Spartak Moscow
    Amakhin Ivan - 6'2/190 - 06/11/86 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Pervyshin Andrei - 5'9/165 - 06/07/85 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl

    F:
    Ovechkin Alexander* - 6'2/212 - 09/17/85 - Dynamo Moscow
    Malkin Evgeny* - 6'3/187 - 07/31/86 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    Glazachev Konstantin 6'0/186 - 02/18/85 - CSKA Moscow
    Pestunov Dmitry* - 5'9.5/194 - 01/22/85 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    Khomutov Ivan - 6'3/- - 1985 - London Knights
    Shafigulin Gregory* - 6'2/185 - 01/13/85 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Chernikh Dmitry - 6'1/190 - 02/27/85 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    Makarov Konstantin - 5'11/203 - 1985 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    Radulov Alexander - 6'1/183 - 07/05/86 - THK Tver
    ****ikov Dmitry - 5'11/175 - 01/21/86 - CSKA Moscow
    Voloshenko Roman - 6'1/190 - 05/12/86 - Krylia Sovetov Moscow
    Lisin Enver - 6'1.5/190 - 04/22/86 - Dinamo Moscow
    Parshin Denis - 5'9/165 - 02/01/86 - Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    Churilov Gennadiy - 6'0/175 - 05/05/87 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    Sopin Alexei - 5'11/175 - 03/04/87 - Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    Yunkov Mikhail - 6'0/170 - 02/16/86 - Krylia Sovetov Moscow
    Stasyuk Denis - 6'3/181 - 09/02/85 - Metallurg Novokuznetsk
    Dubinin Anton - 5'10/176 - 07/22/85 - CSKA Moscow
    Alexandrov Viktor 5'11/165 - 1985 - Metallurg Novokuznetsk

    *- potential returners
     
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  4. leafaholix*

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    Sweet.

    I'd love to see Dimitri Vorobiev on the blue line.
     
  5. Jason MacIsaac

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    I would like to see Mikhaylishin play but is his foot speed and offensive limitations in question?
     
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    Wow, the Preds have the potential for four prospects on the Russian u-20 team: Radulov, Glazachev, Shafigulin, and Sidikov.
     
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    That is one frightening group of forwards. The blueline looks a bit weak compared to what Canada will ice, but hey, its Canada. I don't know much about either of those goalies. Does anyone have a scouting report?
     
  8. leafaholix*

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    - Sidikov went 133rd to Nashville last year.
    - Borisov went undrafted this year.

    Weak goaltending.
     
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    should this team be considered one of the favorites?
     
  10. Jason MacIsaac

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    Their defense looks slow but physical. Againt a bigger canada team I think they would do well.
     
  11. Jason MacIsaac

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    For someone who knows russian prospects well, what is the difference between Mikhaylishin and Klimov. Both devils prospect, both in the draft, both for Spartak Moscow.
     
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    Khomutov wont be back in London. He's signed with New Jersey.
     
  13. Jason MacIsaac

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    Which will only help his chances for the team. If they can get a player who is used to pro competition all the better.
     
  14. Jason MacIsaac

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    This russian defense looks like it has a potential to lay a beating on Canada's forwards which dominated last year. Anikeenko vs Carter/Stewart would be a nice battle.
     
  15. bossy22

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    Anxious to see what, Isles 2003 2nd Round pick, Chernykh can do. He might pan out to be a better player than the Isles' 1st round pick in 2003 (R.Nilsson). How about NYI 2004 3rd Rounder Sergei Ogorodnikov, who played this spring on the Russian U18 squad?
     
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    I wonder if Misha Joukov would be eligible. He apparently got his Swedish citizenship, but I don't know if that a) rids him of his Russian citizenship or b) makes him ineligible to play for Russia.

    Either way, it's not much of an issue if he has no shot at the team. I have no idea if he would or not, though.
     
  17. leafaholix*

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    He probably considers himself a Swede and would not represent Russia.

    Interesting situation though... but I don't think he's good enough for team Russia.
     
  18. Seachd

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    It is interesting. Last year we heard that he wanted to become a Swedish citizen, but first wanted to wait to see if he could make the Russian juniors (I think I may have just answered my own question). Then he gets his citizenship, but has decided to play next season in Russia. It's like he can't make up his mind.
     
  19. CREW99AW

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    It's nice that Chernykh was invited,but he had an inconsistent yr.

    http://www.russianprospects.com/public/profile.php?player_id=109

    03/04/2004
    During the 2003-04 season Dmitri Chernykh (New York Islanders) has for the most struggled to find a consistant spot in CSKA Moscow’s lineup, skating in only 22 games. Lately, however, the young forward has been a staple on the club’s third line, skating along side a top notch sniper Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets), who is returning to old form since a serious leg injury he suffered two months ago.
     
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    Goaltending looks like the weak link for this team. The forwards are a high-powered offensive group, and the defense is loaded with punishing, dependable stay-at-home types.
     
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