U20: Black Sea Cup

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  1. Kshahdoo

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    Russia vs Denmark. Kovalenko is #15, Shafigullin is #27, Kostin is #24

     
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    Russia beat Denmark 7-1. Kovalenko 2+0, Shafigullin 1+1
     
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    How did Samorukov look?
     
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    What's the black sea cup ? Rosters ?
     
  5. Kshahdoo

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    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.
     
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    Denisenko still blackballed for that hit on the SKA guy?
     
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    He's just 18. I doubt, Bragin cares about this shit, he's pretty independent, but he loves to use older and gritty players, which Denisenko isn't.
     
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    RUS White - Denmark
     
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    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).
     
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    Thanks a lot.
     
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    That's how conspiracy theories grow. Look up the rosters. Do you see any top player draft eligible in 2018?
     
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    Shafigullin has been mentioned in this thread?
     
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    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.
     
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    Streams are pretty good.
    Swiss roster missing quite a lot of players. Seems to be a training camp for preparing the next WJC.
     
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    I assume all rosters are U19 rosters...
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    He’s a top player for me. :thumbu:
     
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    Well, then maybe he fits the definition of a sleeper pick.
     
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    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).


    Russia White:
    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
    Venyamin Baranov
    Vladimir Sychushkin
    Razat Timorov
    German Grachev
    Semyon Perelyayev
    Bogdan Denisevich


    Russia Red:
    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
    Vadim Shepelev
    Mark Rubinchik
    Mark Pavlikov
    Akim Trishin
    Makar Khabarov
    Alexey Toropchenko
     
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    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.
     
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    Thanks.

    wow, thanks, that would have saved me a lot of time.
     
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    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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