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    KHL KHL Entry Draft 2009

    khl entry draft 2009

    To take place 1 June 2009. 749 players are listed, incl. 558 from Russia and 191 from other countries. Khimik Voskresensk has the 1st choice. There will be 4 rounds.

    1. Khimik Voskresensk
    2. Vityaz Chekhov
    3. Dinamo Minsk
    4. CSKA Moscow (traded from Metallurg Novokuznetsk)
    5. Amur, Khabarovsk
    6. Sibir, Novosibirsk
    7. HC MVD, Balashikha
    8. Severstal
    9. Avangard Omsk
    10. Barys Astana
    11. Neftekhimik, Nizhnekamsk
    12. Severstal (traded from Lada)
    13. Traktor Chelybinsk
    14. SKA St. Petersburg (traded from Torpedo)
    15. Dinamo Riga
    16. SKA St. Petersburg (traded from Spartak)
    17. SKA St. Petersburg
    18. Dynamo Moscow
    19. Metallurg Magnitogorsk
    20. CSKA Moscow
    21. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
    22. Atlant Mytischy
    23. Atlant Mytischy (traded from Ak Bars)
    24. Lada Togliatti (traded from Salavat)

    FULL LIST: http://www.khl.ru/news/2009/5/22/19977.html

    PROTECTED PLAYERS: http://www.khl.ru/news/draft_russian_protected.pdf
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    FINAL RANKING 22 MAY 2009

    RUSSIAN PLAYERS - Top 20

    1. Mikhail Pashnin (Mechel Chelyabinsk), 11.05.89, 186/85
    2. Artem Tomilin (Krylia Sovetov), 16.07.91, 186/80
    3. Nikita Zaytsev (Krylia Sovetov-2), 29.10.91, 184/76
    4. Andrei Leonov, (Kristall Electrostal), 06.04.90, 182/80
    5. Evgeni Rybnitskiy, (Izhtal Izhevsk), 08.07.89, 192/85
    6. Aleksandr Gogolev (Krylia Sovetov-2), 18.05.92, 178/72
    7. Aleksandr Fedoseev (Krylia Sovetov-2), 20.07.91, 185/67
    8. Maret Zaripov (Mechel Chelyabinsk), 06.02.91, 180/78
    9. Egor Martyniv, (Mechel Chelyabinsk), 15.08.90, 188/85
    10. Vitaly Sokolov (Krylia Sovetov-2), 21.07.91, 190/80
    11. Vadim Yaschuk, (HC Belgorod-2), 28.04.92, 194/86
    12. Sergei Chistyakov (Kristall Electrostal), 27.07.89, 178/90
    13. Kirill Badulin (Mechel Chelyabinsk-2), 04.12.90, 192/82
    14. Vladimir Korotkov (Krylia Sovetov-2), 25.04.90, 182/80
    15. Boris Novikov (Krylia Sovetov-2), 26.03.92, 195/95
    16. Ainars Podzinsh, (Krylia Sovetov), 16.03.92, 183/83
    17. Aleksandr Savoskin (Krylia Sovetov), 20.04.92, 180/78
    18. Artem Varonin (Krylia Sovetov-2), 22.07.91, 185/76
    19. Vladislav Tunik, (Krylia Sovetov), 05.07.89, 198/95
    20. Maksim Gorechishnikov (Mechel Chelyabinsk-2), 11.11.91, 184/78

    FULL LIST: http://www.khl.ru/news/draft_russian_field.pdf (with stats)

    Goaltenders - Russia Top 5
    1. Ramis Sadikov, HC Rus, Moscow), 26.02.91,
    2. Dmitri Shikin, (Kristall Electrostal), 28.08.91
    3. Petr Eremin, (Kristall Electrostal), 14.07.92
    4. Yuri Lavretsky, (Capitan Stupino), 12.05.89
    5. Gennady Troshkin (Krylia Sovetov), 24.03.92

    FULL LIST: http://www.khl.ru/news/draft_russian_goalies.pdf
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    what about drafting Tavares, Hedman and so on? Is it possible?

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    EUROPEAN SKATERS - TOP 10

    1. Viktor Hedman (MODO), D, 18.12.90, 198/100
    2. Magnus Päärjärvi-Svensson (Timrå), F, 12.04.91, 186/91
    3. Jakob Josefsson (Djurgården), F, 02.03.91, 183/85
    4. Eric Karlsson (Frölunda), D, 31.05.90 181/74 (drafted by Ottawa, NHL)
    5. Mattias Tedenby (HV71), F. 21.02.90, 178/80 (drafted by New Jersey, NHL)
    6. Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Leksand, SWE-1), D, 17.07.91, 186/84
    7. David Rundblad (Skellefteå), D, 08.10.90, 189/86
    8. Carl Klingberg, (Frölunda), F, 28.01.91, 190/93
    9. Tim Eriksson (Skellefteå), D, 24.02.91, 188/86
    10. Toni Raajala (Ilves), F, 29.03.91, 178/75

    FULL LIST: http://www.khl.ru/news/draft_european.pdf

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    NORTH AMERICAN SKATERS - TOP 10

    1. John Tavares (London, OHL), 20.09.90, 183/92 (NHL Ranking: 1)
    2. Jordan Schroeder (Univ. of Minnesota, WCHA), 29.09.90, 176/83 (NHL Ranking: 5)
    3. Matt Duchene (Brampton, OHL), 16.01.91, 181/89, (NHL Ranking: 2)
    4. Brayden Schenn (Brandon, WHL), 22.08.91, 183/89, (NHL Ranking: 4)
    5. Evander Kane (Vancouver, WHL), 02.08.91, 183/77, (NHL Ranking: 3)
    6. Tyler Myers (Kelowna, WHL), D, 01.02.90, 202/97 (drafted by Buffalo)
    7. Simon Depres (St. John, QMJHL), D, 27.07.91, 191/94, (NHL Ranking: 8)
    8. Jared Cowen (Spokane, WHL), D 25.01.91, 198/98, (NHL Ranking: 9)
    9. Kyle Beech (Lethbridge, WHL), 13.01.90, 191/92 (drafted by Chicago)
    10. Scott Glennie (Brandon, WHL), 22.01.91, 187/82, (NHL Ranking: 7)

    FULL LIST: http://www.khl.ru/news/draft_north_american.pdf
    NHL LIST: http://www.nhl.com/ice/page.htm?id=31411

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    ...
    1. Ramis Dadikov, (--Moscow), 26.02.91,
    Ramis Sadikov, (Rus' Moscow) :)
    Sorry4my_bad_english =)

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    Geoff's waste of a pick award will go to:

    whoever drafts Kyle Beech or Tyler Myers. They just signed with their NHL clubs and the new transfer agreement (if it does cover the KHL and not just leagues run by national federations) would prevent a move the KHL.

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    Why do Khimik and Vityaz get picks, if they are out of the league?

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    I wonder what the chances are that any of the top prospects from the west will go to the KHL. On the other hand, they might offer more money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    I wonder what the chances are that any of the top prospects from the west will go to the KHL. On the other hand, they might offer more money?
    Well, who knows, but those players grew up with playing in the NHL being their biggest dream, I doubt that the top prospects would head over to Russia, it will more likely be some Europeans who didn´t get drafted into the NHL.
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    Though I believe that Russia might be a good option for many young players especially from the weaker countries who need some competition in order to improve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvivske View Post
    Why do Khimik and Vityaz get picks, if they are out of the league?
    Well, they'll play anyway in the MHL with their junior teams, this might be why. Or maybe when they signed the papers they agreed on draft participation even if without KHL participation for the 09-10 season.

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    Aleksandr Gogolev ( Александр Гоголев ), Do you know something about him? He is supposed to be new Ovechkin,

    http://allhockey.ru/articles/53975/

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    Oh come on. He's a very, very good junior player, but not the new Ovechkin. There are at least 5-6 1992 born players better than him, namely Kabanov, Kuznetsov, Namestnikov, Galiev and Burmistrov and they aren't any new Ovechkin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro View Post
    Oh come on. He's a very, very good junior player, but not the new Ovechkin. There are at least 5-6 1992 born players better than him, namely Kabanov, Kuznetsov, Namestnikov, Galiev and Burmistrov and they aren't any new Ovechkin.
    thus, I did not understand the article. My russian is poor.
    Thanks for info about 1992 born players. Are they in list of prospects for KHL draft?

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    Absolutely not. They are of course protected by their clubs. Galiev plays in NA, but strangely he isn't ranked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro View Post
    Absolutely not. They are of course protected by their clubs. Galiev plays in NA, but strangely he isn't ranked.
    of course, I forget about protected one´s. Could you write where they play?

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    any known Ukrainians in the draft? (on russian teams)

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    The draft pick list is complicated by the fact five clubs haven't been cleared for the KHL 2009-10 yet.

    Here's Allhockey's expected picks:

    1. Khimik: Mikhail Parshin (D) (if Khimik doesn't make it to the KHL, Parshin is expected to be traded to CSKA)

    2. Vityaz: Nikita Zaytsev (D). The website speculates that Vityaz will choose Zaytsev, ranked 3rd, over Tomilin. Zaytsev only played for the Soviet Wings's 2nd team, but Zaytsev was quite impressive at the WCJ U18 where was part of the 2nd defense pair. Vityaz is among the clubs that haven't been cleared yet.

    3. Dynamo Minsk: Artem Tomilin. Interesting question whether Minsk will choose a Russian "top" prospect or they will continue to build a nucleus of Belarussian players. There are a number of BLR players in NA to choose from, incl. Kirill Gotovets (Shattuck St. Mary's, USHS), Artem Demkov (Cape Breton, QMJHL); Alexander Fomin (Moncton Wildcats, QMJHL), and Nikita Feoktistov (Albert Lea, NAHL).

    4. Metallurg NK: Andrey Leonov. The LW'er scored 45 (23+22) in 64 games for Crystall Elektronov in the Vysshaya last season. On his downside, he ended up with a -26

    5. Amur: Evgeni Rybnitskiy: Amur needs to enforce their defense, and the 19 year old, 192 cm (and 85 kg) tall Evgeni Rybnitskiy will come handy

    6. Sibir: Ramis Sadikov. Sibir has plenty of young player and the article speculates that the team will choose the top goaltender in the draft.

    7. HC MVD: Aleksandr Gogolev

    8. Severstal: Aleksandr Fedoseev
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alessandro View Post
    Well, they'll play anyway in the MHL with their junior teams, this might be why. Or maybe when they signed the papers they agreed on draft participation even if without KHL participation for the 09-10 season.
    Just wait until June, everything will be known within the period of 1-10 June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    The draft pick list is complicated by the fact five clubs haven't been cleared for the KHL 2009-10 yet.
    five? i can only think of vityaz/khimik/gazovik/avtomobilist

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    Hmmmm this is interesting and strange at the same time. Personally I don't think the KHL should go this way, they should follow a different system. Copying other systems doesn't necessarily mean it's successful or gain you respect. They did the trophy right, I really thought that was done well, but this, this just reeks of failure and stupidity in my opinion.

    It says one thing about a league paying omage to one league, but copying it word for word, I never expected the KHL to be this unoriginal. It sort of makes them inferior, that they think the only way to achieve something is copy them.

    That's my opinion and you can bank on it. Not really open up for debate with me, because I feel very strong on this subject and I've had a lot of time to think about it. And you guys know me I'm a pretty reasonable guy to talk to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kun View Post
    It says one thing about a league paying omage to one league, but copying it word for word, I never expected the KHL to be this unoriginal. .
    The entry draft was first invented by the NFL in 1935, the NHL copied it in 1965

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    Quote Originally Posted by kun View Post
    Hmmmm this is interesting and strange at the same time. Personally I don't think the KHL should go this way, they should follow a different system. Copying other systems doesn't necessarily mean it's successful or gain you respect. They did the trophy right, I really thought that was done well, but this, this just reeks of failure and stupidity in my opinion.

    It says one thing about a league paying omage to one league, but copying it word for word, I never expected the KHL to be this unoriginal. It sort of makes them inferior, that they think the only way to achieve something is copy them.

    That's my opinion and you can bank on it. Not really open up for debate with me, because I feel very strong on this subject and I've had a lot of time to think about it. And you guys know me I'm a pretty reasonable guy to talk to.
    100% agreed. But it's the first year, many things might change

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karsten View Post
    1. Khimik: Mikhail Parshin (D) (if Khimik doesn't make it to the KHL, Parshin is expected to be traded to CSKA)
    Pashnin

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    How long does a team hold the rights to a drafted player?

    Lets say some team uses a late round pick on Tavares, and in 10 years the KHL is an economic powerhouse - will that team be the only one which could sign him still then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvivske View Post
    The entry draft was first invented by the NFL in 1935, the NHL copied it in 1965
    Well first of all that's football, and next, this is a North American League where practically all sports revolves around drafting, KHL is an European League, they might as well copy the entire system from North America.... oh wait.. that's right... they already are, so much for maintaining their own cultural identity. I'm kind of pissed that the KHL is influenced so much by North American sports, and why they feel so threathened that they have to change things so rapidly. I love the old RSL, but I'm worried the KHL might be shooting themselves in the foot with their some of their decisions.

    The KHL Trophy is completely Soviet-Russia homage to their history. It just feels like you are playing in a different league with that trophy, the other stuff, not so much. If the KHL wants to really succeed, it needs to be original in what it does, or at least be creative in how it approaches things.

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    You are uninformed Kun. There are many between the KHL draft and the NHL draft. Protecting players being one of them, so is the age at which the players are drafted and so on.
    P.S.:I think that the draft is a very good solution for the KHL, because there is a too big difference between the top, say8-10 clubs and the rest, thus the need for the distribution of talent arises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    You are uninformed Kun. There are many between the KHL draft and the NHL draft. Protecting players being one of them, so is the age at which the players are drafted and so on.
    P.S.:I think that the draft is a very good solution for the KHL, because there is a too big difference between the top, say8-10 clubs and the rest, thus the need for the distribution of talent arises.
    it has nothing to do with "copying the NHL" as much as it has to do with running an efficient and equal league

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    1st post updated after today's trade between CSKA and Metallurg Nk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare View Post
    You are uninformed Kun. There are many between the KHL draft and the NHL draft. Protecting players being one of them, so is the age at which the players are drafted and so on.
    P.S.:I think that the draft is a very good solution for the KHL, because there is a too big difference between the top, say8-10 clubs and the rest, thus the need for the distribution of talent arises.
    Uninformed of what exactly? The draft of this nature does supposedly what intends to, what misinformation can there possibly be, other than what I don't read in this forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lvivske View Post
    it has nothing to do with "copying the NHL" as much as it has to do with running an efficient and equal league
    Could they have not thought of a more unique way to run a more efficient and equal league? Or were they so lazy, they had to mimic every profile the NHL has.

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    Can you think of something to top a draft? It's a sports standard, not something unique to the NHL they "ripped off"

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    But you should admit that having a draft in a nation who HAS a junior system is kind of bizarre..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvivske View Post
    Can you think of something to top a draft? It's a sports standard, not something unique to the NHL they "ripped off"
    Sports standard to North America or Sports Standard to the world? I think it would be the former. Drafts are not held even in Soccer, but here in the MLS we have a draft.

    http://www.iihf.com/home-of-hockey/n...html?tx_ttnews[backPid]=955&cHash=f2a9d611c0
    This is the traditional way among all major North American sports leagues (hockey, basketball, football, baseball) of securing negotiation rights to young players, but it has never been tried in European sports. This, because European sports clubs usually have their own development programs and, therefore, don’t need to recruit players via a draft.

    Göran Stubb, the Finnish IIHF Hall of Famer who has been in charge of the NHL’s European Scouting for over two decades, can’t see many juniors from outside Russia moving to the KHL in the coming season. He also said in an interview with The Hockey News that he tried to convince his Russian friends that the league doesn’t need a draft.

    "NHL clubs don’t have their own junior system, they are not allowed to. But in Russia all KHL clubs already have their own junior programs," he said. "What’s the use of drafting players from each other? It doesn’t make any sense. Probably the only reason they want to have a draft is because the NHL has one."
    Speaking of which there is news to the KHL draft in that article, seems rather arbitrary to read, interesting none-the-less. I think this KHL draft idea is going to crash and burn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kun View Post
    Speaking of which there is news to the KHL draft in that article, seems rather arbitrary to read, interesting none-the-less. I think this KHL draft idea is going to crash and burn.
    I do too. Either they change the junior system, a thing that it's impossible to do thanks god, or they renounce this.

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    CSKA Moscow traded to draft first and selected Mikhail Pashnin, Nemchinov's man

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    KHL Draft - First Round

    1. CSKA Moscow - D Mikhail Pashnin (Mechel Chelyabinsk)
    2. Dinamo Minsk - F Mihail Stefanovich (Quebec Remparts)
    3. Amur Khabarovsk - G Dmitri Shikin (Kristall Elektrostal)
    4. Sibir Novosibirsk - D Nikita Zaitsev (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    5. HC MVD - passed
    6. Severstal Cherepovets - D Dmitri Gromov (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    7. Avangard Omsk - passed
    8. SKA St. Petersburg - G Harri Sateri (Tappara Tappere)
    9. Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk - F Vadim Yaschuk (HC Belgorod)
    10. Severstal Cherepovets - F Ignat Zemchenko (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    11. Atlant Mytischi - D Evgeni Molotilov (Guelph Storm)
    12. SKA St. Petersburg - G Ramis Sadikov (HK Rus)
    13. Dinamo Riga - F Roberts Bukarts (Krylya Sovetov)
    14. SKA St. Petersburg - F Vladimír Růžička (Slavia Prague)
    15. SKA St. Petersburg - F Tomáš Tatár (HK Zvolen)
    16. Dinamo Moscow - F Andrei Bykov (Fribourg-Gotteron)
    17. Metallurg Magnitogorsk - D Aleksandr Savoskin (Krylya Sovetov)
    18. Dinamo Minsk - D Kirill Gotovets (Shattuck St. Mary)
    19. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - F Magnus Svensson-Pajaarvi (Timra)
    20. Atlant Mytischi - D Dmitri Stepanov (CSK VVS Samara)
    21. Atlant Mytischi - F Aleksandr Shevchenko (HK Belgorod)
    22. Lada Togliatti - D Evgeni Rybitsky (Izstal Izhevsk)
    23. Avtomobilist Ekaterinburg - F Roman Ondřej (Viktovice)
    Last edited by Alessandro Seren Rosso; 01-06-2009 at 09:29.

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    I didn´t think they´d choose non-Russian players in the first round. So far we have 1 Finn, 1 Swede, 1 Slovak, 2 Czechs and 1 Swiss. Plus there is Stefanovich, who I think is very likely to stay in NA.
    Ah well, at least none drafted Tavares. Yet. Why did Avantgard and HC MVD pass on their picks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaaa View Post
    I didn´t think they´d choose non-Russian players in the first round. So far we have 1 Finn, 1 Swede, 1 Slovak, 2 Czechs. Plus there is Stefanovich, who I think is very likely to stay in NA.
    Ah well, at least none drafted Tavares. Yet. Why did Avantgard and HC MVD pass on their picks?
    Maybe because they were against the draft concept. I don't see any other reason.

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    Ukraine

    few ukies coming out of Belgorod I see

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    Mikhail Pashnin with Nemchinov (right) and his agent (left)


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    Second round

    24. Dinamo Minsk - F Teemu Pulkkinen (Jokerit)
    25. SKA St. Petersburg - F Andrei Leonov (Kristall Elektrostal)
    26. Amur Khabarovsk - F Artem Tomilin (Krylya Sovetov)
    27. Sibir Novosibirsk - F Mikhail Repik (Rochester)
    28. Spartak Moscow - F Aleksandr Gogolev (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    29. Severstal Cherepovets - F Vitaly Popov (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    30. Atlant Mytischi - D Roman Rukavishnikov (HK Rus)
    31. Dinamo Moscow - D Aleksadr Ataev (Krylya Sovetov)
    32. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - D Erik Karlsson (Frolunda HC)
    33. CSKA Moscow - F Yuri Sheremetiev (Halifax)
    34. SKA St. Petersburg - F Antonin Melka (HC Kladno)
    35. Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod - F Kaspar Daugavins (Bimghanpton Senators)
    36. Dinamo Riga - F Roberts Ekimovs (Brynas)
    37. Spartak Moscow - F Artem Voronin (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    38. Metallurg Novokuznetsk - passed
    39. SKA St. Petersburg - D Jyri Niemi (Saskatoon Blades)
    40. Atlant Mytischi - F Mattias Tedenby (HV 71)
    41. Dinamo Minsk - F Mikael Granlund (Karpat Oulu)
    42. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - G Jaroslav Januš (Erie Otters)
    43. Atlant Mytischi - F Jiří Tlustý (Toronto Marlies)
    44. Ak Bars Kazan - passed
    45. Salavat Yulaev Ufa - D Mikhail Grigoriev (Yuzhny Ural Orsk)
    46. Avtomobilist Ekaterinburg - F Aleksei Filippov (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
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    Interesting, Spartak drafts Slovakian Juraj Mikúš from HK 36 Skalica, that is a good non-Russian pick as noone owns his NHL rights, he can´t be drafted to the NHL and he´s very likely to play in the KHL one day.
    Slovak hockey... just won´t die :D :D :D
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    Dinamo Riga drafted 4 Latvians - Roberts Bukarts, Roberts Jekimovs, Ainars Podzins(has Russian citizenship) and Andris Dzerins

    Meanwhile, another Latvian - Kaspars Daugavins - was drafted by Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX View Post
    Dinamo Riga drafted 4 Latvians - Roberts Bukarts, Roberts Jekimovs, Ainars Podzins(has Russian citizenship) and Andris Dzerins

    Meanwhile, another Latvian - Kaspars Daugavins - was drafted by Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod
    Is Dzerins a common name in Latvia or is Andris related to Guntis?
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    Slovak hockey... just won´t die :D :D :D
    The spirit of Petersburg 2000 lived in Helsinki 2012...found in the last possible moment in Helsinki 2013...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaaa View Post
    Is Dzerins a common name in Russia or is Andris related to Guntis?
    It's not too common in Latvia. They are brothers. Andris is the younger one.

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    I will soon pubblish the other rounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX View Post
    It's not too common in Latvia. They are brothers. Andris is the younger one.
    Geez, sorry, I don´t know what I was thinking about, I meant to write Latvia.

    Thanks for the info.
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    Third round

    47. Atlant Mytischi - G Petr Eremin (Kristall Elektrostal)
    48. Dinamo Minsk - F Artem Demkov (Acadie Bathurst)
    49. Metallurg Novokuznetsk - D Georgi Dulnev (Kristall Elektrostal)
    50. Spartak Moscow - F Sergei Chistyakov (Kristall Elektrostal)
    51. Sibir Novosibirsk - F Simon Hjalmarsson (Buros)
    52. HC MVD - passed
    53. Severstal Cherepovets - D Kirill Svyazov (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    54. Atlant Mytischi - D Artem Venskel (Vityaz)
    55. Barys Astana - D Boris Novikov (MHK Krylya Sovetov)
    56. Dinamo Moscow - F Zach Kassian (Peterborough Petes)
    57. Atlant Mytischi - D Egor Antropov (Belye Medvedi)
    58. Atlant Mytischi - F David Kveton (Ocelari Trinec)
    59. Dinamo Riga - F Ainars Podzins (Krylya Sovetov)
    60. Spartak Moscow - Juraj Mikúš (HK Skalica)
    61. SKA St. Petersburg - F Jakob Josefson (Djurgarden)
    62. Dinamo Moscow - D Erik Gudbranson (Kingston)
    63. Metallurg Magnitogorsk - F Marat Zaripov (Mechel Chelyabinsk)
    64. Dinamo Minsk - G Yuri Lavtretsky (Kapitan Stupino)
    65. Lokomotiv Yaroslavl - F Nikolai Suslo (HK Gomel)
    66. Atlant Mytischi - G Jonas Enroth (Portland Pirates)
    67. Atlant Mytischi - F Oleg Li (Fargo)
    68. Salavat Yulaev Ufa - F Ilya Ivanovsky (Vityaz)
    69. Avtomobilist Ekaterinburg - F Richard Panik (Ocelari Trinec)
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    Here is the official link of the complete draft results:
    http://en.khl.ru/news/2009/6/1/13671.html
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