Discussion in 'International Tournaments' started by Kshahdoo, May 26, 2018.
Russia vs Denmark. Kovalenko is #15, Shafigullin is #27, Kostin is #24
Russia beat Denmark 7-1. Kovalenko 2+0, Shafigullin 1+1
How did Samorukov look?
What's the black sea cup ? Rosters ?
That's an U20 tournament in Sochi. 2 Russian teams plus another two from abroad (Switzerland and Denmark this year).
As to Roster, Russia 1 (Team Russia Red) has some of the top Russian U20 players (Kovalenko, Shafigullin, Kostin, Samorukov, Shan, Bitsadze, Chekhovich, Timirov), but obviously no Svechnikov and Kravtsov.
Denisenko still blackballed for that hit on the SKA guy?
He's just 18. I doubt, Bragin cares about this ****, he's pretty independent, but he loves to use older and gritty players, which Denisenko isn't.
RUS White - Denmark
Russian Rosters: Russia U20 training camp
Although the site also mentions that the coaches have the option to move players between the two teams (ie. Shafigullin and Timirov on Russian Red now).
Thanks a lot.
That's how conspiracy theories grow. Look up the rosters. Do you see any top player draft eligible in 2018?
Shafigullin has been mentioned in this thread?
Shafigullin is nowhere close to being a top listed player for the draft. Show me a top 100 with Shafigullin on it. In other words players going to the combine are not in this tournament.
Streams are pretty good.
Swiss roster missing quite a lot of players. Seems to be a training camp for preparing the next WJC.
I assume all rosters are U19 rosters...
If you consider this tournament as the start of the 18/19 season, those are the U20 for the next WJC. It is understood like this in Switzerland. Obviously a lot will change until December. From a Swiss point of view:
- no underagers at Black Sea Cup (they had 7 underagers at the last WJC, none participated at the Black Sea Cup 2017)
- no players from abroad (Kurashev, Le Coultre (only counting 99 born players))
- a lot of players were invited but did not come: see here: https://www.sihf.ch/media/11262/u20-aufgebot-mai-2018.pdf Most notable absence: Nando Eggenberger
Who were the best players per team?
I followed Switzerland: Axel Simic (#20) was the best Swiss player IMO. Had 4 goals and 2 assists. Fast and mobile, good stickhandling and shot, creative. Small stature. Undrafted.
Klim Kostin from Russia Red was impressive. I expect him to be dominant in the NHL.
He’s a top player for me.
Well, then maybe he fits the definition of a sleeper pick.
I couldn't find any rosters with player #'s for the tournament.
But if someone, like myself, was interested in watching these games with a better idea of who's who, here's what I can piece together of the player's numbers from the scoring summaries (although there are some errors in the summaries, so these might not all be correct).
4 - Oleg Kholodenin
8 - Saveli Olshansky
9 - Artyom Galimov
10 - Stepan Starkov
12 - Alexei Lipanov
14 - Kirill Slepets
15 - Yevgeni Kalabushkin
18 - Alexander Oskin
19 - Denis Mikhnin
21 - Alexander Yaremchuk
22 - Ivan Vasin
24 - Arytom Nikolaev
25 - Alexander Lyakhov
26 - Pavel Koltygin
28 - Bulat Motygullin
29 - Daniil Ogirchuk
33 - Yegor Filin
3 - Arytom Volkov
5 - Dmitri Samorukov
7 - Ilya Morozov
12 - Vladislav Rybakov
11 - Evgeny Kanitskiy
13 (?) - Mikhail Bitsadze
15 - Nikolai Kovalenko
16 - Pavel Shen
19 - Ivan Chekhovich
21 - Nikita Anokhovskiy
23 - Ivan Muranov
24 - Klim Kostin
26 - Nikita Shashkov
27 - Bulat Shafigullin
29 - Yaroslav Alexeev
Corrected numbers and teams a bit in your comment. Can't remember now numbers for Timirov, Perelyayev and Denisevich. Pavlikov and Grachyov didn't play.
RUS white - SUI: game sheet (pdf)
SUI - DEN, SUI - RUS red, RUS white - DEN, DEN - RUS red: game sheets in one bundle (pdf)
RUS red - RUS white: game sheet (pdf)
wow, thanks, that would have saved me a lot of time.
I suspect Denisenko isn't on the roster because of age, nor is any other 2000. It appears Bragin is using this tourney to view the 1999 generation.
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