Alexander Polushin

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Russian_fanatic, Feb 27, 2006.

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  1. Russian_fanatic

    Russian_fanatic Registered User

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    Does he still posses potential to be a scoring winger that plays on the first or second line? Or is it over and he plays in Russia for the rest of his career? I mean I've been waiting so long for this guy to come over, and he has yet to show any interest in coming over. Is he a bust? Because from what I've read he owns some crazy potential.

    Do you think he will make it?
     
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    Like for Chistov, he didn't want to sign a two-way deal with Tampa Bay. However, with the amounts given to St-Louis, LeCavalier, and soon to Richards, TB will need some cheap wingers, and I am confident Polushin will be brought here. Still, he would need to agree to a two-way deal if I was the GM.
     
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    This doesn't change the fact that Tortorella will not GIVE a player a job. He'll have to accept a 2-way deal and accept the fact that he'll most likely start out in springfield of the AHL before he earns a job...which isn't likely. He probably won't ever come to north america.
     
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