U20: CIBC Canada/Russia series November 5-15th(6-16th for Russia's time zones)

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  1. MaxV

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    Interesting that Kochetkov is starting for the 2nd day in a row.
     
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    Better second period for the Q
    Tough getting quality scoring chances
    No power plays yet
     
  3. JackSlater

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    Yeah QMJHL was definitely better in the second period. Still some sloppiness to clean up.
     
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    Nice water bottle by the Q goalie
     
  5. JackSlater

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    The Russian team has exposed the QMJHL defence with some nice goals off the rush after withstanding pressure. Disappointing for the QMJHL players. No one really standing out in a positive way.
     
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    Russian announcers are kinda surprised by lack of passion from Canadians in the game. This QMJHL team doesn't impress indeed.
     
  7. Atas2000

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    Finally some life from russian CHLers.
     
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    Looks like a Russian win this time
     
  9. wishywashy19

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    Could not agree more
    What they really mean is how come the penalty box is not full in a game ending lights out brawl.
    Well, that part of our game has been beat out of us by what is called now “Modern hockey” and ruled up on high by the NHL
     
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    Well, I think the next game Canadians will go crazy, they can't look that desinterested for two games in a row. It's gonna be a tough game for us.
     
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    For sure Q has to be a little more motivated.
     
  12. Atas2000

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    Looks like Kochetkov has won the starter job. Tarasov has let in a weak goal...
     
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    Any chance Ustimenko makes the team?
     
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    Outside chance for a 3rd spot behind Kochetkov and Tarasov.
     
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    Groulx has been the best forward thus far for the QMJHL
     
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    Agreed, and Beaudin has been the best on the backend imo.
     
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    Beaudin and Dobson have both played well. I thought Barron had a great first game against Russia, though it's evident he's getting much less ice time tonight.
     
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    Russia has some interesting overage draft prospects.

    Starkov, Muranov, Shashkov, Slepets, Olshansky and Kochetkov have all made good cases for themselves.
     
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    Kochetkov has definitely impressed. Random question (excuse the ignorance) but does Bragin coach any other teams? I'm always impressed with his consistency and structure.
     
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    Who scored the second QMJHL goal?
     
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    No. He coached 2 men's teams (CSKA, Spartak) 10 years ago and that is all:
    Elite Prospects - Valeri Bragin Team Staff Profile
     
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    Good ending on Russia's end, disappointing performances from the various Canadian players. I don't envy those picking the team.
     
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    I missed the game...who disappointed?
     
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    CHL teams scored 9 goals in 6 games, Team Russia scored 17.
     
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    He is currently coaching only the U20 NT under contract with the FHR. His attempts to become a men's team coach were not successful so far and are now quite far in the past.

    Coaching a team of men with egos and star status is a different animal. I do believe he could carve out a career there, but he'd need to find a good complementary coaching staff. He is the best motivator since Tarasov probably, but he doesn't have his Chernychov to work on the fine tactical details of the game. Without that his systems are too simple. And as many in Russia know it was Chernyshov who was the master mind behind those great teams while Tarasov was best at squeezing the best performance out of his players.
     

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