Alexander Khokhlachev

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    Alexander Khokhlachev

    47 points in 26 games for Windsor,is he a player you consider trading,at deadline for  a veteran player,probably just a rental player,I don't think i would do it.

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    Never.  Not for any rental.

     
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    In response to OatesCam's comment:

    Never.  Not for any rental.



    I think i would have to agree with you,and i can't see Bruins getting anyone but a rental player,because they won't have cap space next year.

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    Depends on the rental and Khokhlachev's intentions. If you think he is likely to bolt to the KHL at the slightest provocation then, yeah, you unload him for someone who can help win this team a cup.

     
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    Depends on the rental and Khokhlachev's intentions. If you think he is likely to bolt to the KHL at the slightest provocation then, yeah, you unload him for someone who can help win this team a cup.



    Yes i guess but don't no why he would have left to come back to junior.

     
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    Yes i guess but don't no why he would have left to come back to junior.

     



    Nor did I understand why Radulov came back last season just to return to the KHL. The last Russian forward the B's expended resourses on was Zinoviev who came over for a cup of coffee and promptly returned to the motherland....set a bad precedent.

     
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    In response to jmwalters' comment:

    Depends on the rental and Khokhlachev's intentions. If you think he is likely to bolt to the KHL at the slightest provocation then, yeah, you unload him for someone who can help win this team a cup.


    Yeah, but Koko bolted from the KHL to North America this year. Seems like Koko wants North America.

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    Are you kidding?  Right now, Khokhlachev is a lighting it up on a bad team.  Seth Griffith has scored just as effectively all season on a much more competitive team, but I haven't seen anyone say he's untouchable.  If Anaheim said Khokhlachev, Tommy Cross and a first to rent Perry for the playoffs, you do that deal because you're adding a Hart-calibre player for a playoff run without subtracting anything from you lineup.

    Anaheim would not be so stupid, but if they were, you'd be even more stupid not to jump and run to the fax machine.

     
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    Yeah, but Koko bolted from the KHL to North America this year. Seems like Koko wants North America.

     

     



    He originally went from the ohl to the khl and promptly returned. Can you honestly tell me what his intentions are? They seem all over the map.

     

     
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    Are you kidding?  Right now, Khokhlachev is a lighting it up on a bad team.  Seth Griffith has scored just as effectively all season on a much more competitive team, but I haven't seen anyone say he's untouchable.  If Anaheim said Khokhlachev, Tommy Cross and a first to rent Perry for the playoffs, you do that deal because you're adding a Hart-calibre player for a playoff run without subtracting anything from you lineup.

    Anaheim would not be so stupid, but if they were, you'd be even more stupid not to jump and run to the fax machine.




    No prospect is untouchable in my opinion......

     
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    Yeah, but Koko bolted from the KHL to North America this year. Seems like Koko wants North America.

    He originally went from the ohl to the khl and promptly returned. Can you honestly tell me what his intentions are? They seem all over the map.

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    To me it looks like Koko thought the grass was greener in Russia, went there from North America, it was not, therefore came back to North America.

     

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

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    47 points in 26 games for Windsor,is he a player you consider trading,at deadline for  a veteran player,probably just a rental player,I don't think i would do it.




    NO WAY! This guy is gonna be a great offensive talent

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    DO NOT TRADE KOKO .....

     
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    To me it looks like Koko thought the grass was greener in Russia, went there from North America, it was not, therefore came back to North America.

     



    And when a KHL team offers him a lucrative contract (much bigger than his EL) will he simply bolt back to the KHL? This is the issue.

     
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    Bookboy I disagree. I would only do a deal that could take some solid prospects away if I'm getting more than a rental. The team doesn't need Perry. He doesn't fit and forcing him to could do more harm than good regardless of the talent level.

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    Koko ditched a lot of money to play in junior. He's not ditching for the K. I wouldn't give up on this kid unless it's a huge return. 

     
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    Koko ditched a lot of money to play in junior. He's not ditching for the K. I wouldn't give up on this kid unless it's a huge return. 



    Define "huge return."

     
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    In response to Klaas' comment:

    To me it looks like Koko thought the grass was greener in Russia, went there from North America, it was not, therefore came back to North America.

    And when a KHL team offers him a lucrative contract (much bigger than his EL) will he simply bolt back to the KHL? This is the issue.

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    With Russians there is always the risk you speak of and it's hard to say. A lot of it also depends on personal reasons.

     

     
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    With Russians there is always the risk you speak of and it's hard to say. A lot of it also depends on personal reasons.

     



    Exactly. I am not dispariging the fact that he is Russian, just pointing out that there is usually an added elment of risk involved. PC needs to be sure of his intentions and act accordingly...

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    You're talking about a second round pick who, in his only pro experience, put up mediocre numbers in the KHL on his dad's team.  You'd be trading him for a former 50 goal scorer, a perennial 30+ goal sniper who has a history with Bergeron from the WJHC (let's get that line together again...who was that third guy?).  Like the Kaberle deal, where the Bruins gave up a former first rounder, you're giving up nothing from your current roster and bringing in something you need.  Heartbeat.

    Same logic if it's not Perry but Clarkson or some other guy who could be a difference maker in the playoffs.  You don't deal a guy you think will be a top six forward for Jeff Halpern, sure, but there are a host of guys who can't be had unless you deal an intriguing prospect.  AK is one of the two the Bruins have.  If you don't want them to trade him, then you shoudn't be looking for the Bruins to make a trade.

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    Most prospects don't turn into NHL players.  If a deal needs to be done, do it.

    Last year, Knight was "untouchable".

     

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    if we're moving him in a trade for iginla or perry i'm okay with it. for a guy like clowe or something i'm not. 

     

    fyi, his return to junior coincided with the lockout ending. I think he wanted to be able to go to providence at years end. 

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    In response to jmwalters' comment:

    Yeah, but Koko bolted from the KHL to North America this year. Seems like Koko wants North America.

    He originally went from the ohl to the khl and promptly returned. Can you honestly tell me what his intentions are? They seem all over the map.



    Corrrect and if a KHL team throws the money his way again KoKo will bolt.

     

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

    As for his numbers - remember the goofy stats Yannick Riendeau had that made everyone want to trade Ryder and slot him into Ryder's spot?  Yea....

     
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    Re: Alexander Khokhlachev

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    You're talking about a second round pick who, in his only pro experience, put up mediocre numbers in the KHL on his dad's team.  You'd be trading him for a former 50 goal scorer, a perennial 30+ goal sniper who has a history with Bergeron from the WJHC (let's get that line together again...who was that third guy?).  Like the Kaberle deal, where the Bruins gave up a former first rounder, you're giving up nothing from your current roster and bringing in something you need.  Heartbeat.



    How is Joe "can't miss" Colbourne doing anyway? Bud fans don't talk about him very much any more...

     

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