Russian Elite League?

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Dr. Penguino, Sep 22, 2003.

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  1. Dr. Penguino

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    im looking for a link for russian elite league statistics in english. if anyone could help me out it would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    I haven't found any site in English with current stats (last year the site russianhockeyinsider.com had up to date stats but there have been no updates since last season) but the metallurg.ru site has stats in Russian. Here's a link to the top scorers from that site (you can translate it through altavista.com if you want)....

    http://www.metallurg.ru/ru/04/super/index.php?part=playerstat&subj=points
     
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    thanks guys for all of the help...I check the boards often, but unfortunately don't have much time to contribute.
     
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    I used to visit their site rather frequently. But they haven't updated it in about 6 months. Anyone know if they're still operating the site?
     
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    If the sites that #37-#93-#27 listed don't have what you're looking for, your best bet might be to find a free online translator (Altavista) and find a good russian site like metallurg.ru which cagney recommended. If you use a translator, though, some of the names are messed up in the translation. An example is: Zherdev = is thin-pole, and Salnikov = stuffing boxes. I don't think they get along to well. :D
     
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