Russian Prospects

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  1. montreal

    montreal Go Habs Go

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    Just wanted to say that I got the draft guide from Russianprospects.com, and it was well done, reasonable price and I got it very quickly. So if your looking for info on Russian prospects from this draft, check it out. It's got 25 profiles and also grades from the U-18's. :handclap:

    After watching 5 of the 6 remax games I was impressed with a few Russian players, Belov (shame he opted out) and Markarov, who seemed to have some nice moves and a wicked shot. Too bad they didn't send Yemelin or Shirkov who I'd like to see the Habs take a shot on. I've seen Parshin, don't know how he would fare in North America, but he could make an interesting pick if he's opted in (as I assume he has). Borisov and Mikhaylishin might make good later picks although I haven't seen either.
     
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    Does anyone know if it's not too late to order it and get it before the draft?
     
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    Thanks for the kind words. If you order today (Monday), the guide would likely be shipped the same day and would probably get to you before the draft if you are in Canada or the US.
     
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    Fleury14 Remember the Kipper

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    Does Makarov have any relation to former Russian star Sergei Makarov?

    I've been wondering for a while now but haven't asked.
     
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    Thanks, I ended up placing an order for one last night.
     
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    I am not sure if he is related, but maybe......I'll ask some people who'd know.
     
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    Just got an answer from a source in Magnitgorosk - he is not related to Sergei Makarov. Makarov is actually a pretty common last name in Russia.
     
  8. leafaholix*

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    Are you sure?

    I'm 100% they made a comment on Sportsnet (TV) that one of the players on the Russian team is the son of a former NHL'er.

    EDIT: Could have been Alexei Krutov.
     
  9. CH Wizard

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    Guys if what is your ranking for the top 20 russians prospects for the 2004 draft this is my rankings what is your ???

    Top 20 Russian Prospects for me:
    #1:Alexander Ovechkin, C

    #2:Evgeni Malkin, C

    #3:Alexander Radulov, RW

    #4:Enver Lisin, RW

    #5:Roman Voloshenko, LW

    #6:Kirill Lyamin, D

    #7:Viktor Alexandrov, RW

    #8:Mihail Yunkov, C

    #9:Alexei Yemelin, D

    #10: Dmitri Megalinsky, D

    #11: Denis Parshin, RW

    #12:Sergei Ogorodnikov, C

    #13: Dmitri Vorobiev, D

    #14:Alexander Plyuschev, C

    #15:Sergei Shirokov, LW

    #16:Alexander Nikulin, C

    #17:Sergei Karetin, D

    #18:Konstantin Makarov, LW

    #19:Ivan Amakhin, D

    #20:Anton Dubinin, LW
     
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  10. montreal

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    It's hard to do cause I've only seen 4 of these guys play (Ovechkin, Malkin, Parshin, Makarov)

    But I'd guess and say

    1. AO
    2. Malkin
    3. Radulov
    4. Voloshenko
    5. Lisin
    6. Lyamin
    7. Alexandrov
    8. Yemelin
    9 Megalinsky
    10 Yunkov
    11 Vorobiev
    12 Parshin
    13 Shirokov
    14 Ogorodnikov
    15 Plyuschev
    16 Makarov
    17 Nikulin
    18 Amakhin
    19 Dubinin
    20 Mikhaylishin

    HM ****ikov, Borisov, Nikitin

    That's not what RP has, just changed what I guess how I could see the list. Having not seen hardly any, it's a shot in the dark for me.
     
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    It was Krutov - who is the son of Krutov. Makarov is not a relative of Sergei Makarov.

     
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    Yeah - those lists are pretty consistant. MIkhaylishin is a bit of an unknown quantity. He is boosted because of his immense size, but he hasn't gotten too much else.......but 20 is a good spot for him.
     
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