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Name: Vladislav EvseevBoston Bruins (#56/2002 NHL Draft)

Rating: 74
Height: 192cm/6'4"
Weight: 91kg/200.2 lb
Position: Left Wing
Shoots: Left
Born: 1984-09-10
Birthplace: Moscow, Russia

Game Worn Jerseys:
2003-04 Dynamo (Moscow) Home - Available
2000-01 HC CSKA Moscow Home - Sold
2002-03 Dynamo Moscow Home - Sold
2003-04 Dynamo Moscow Away - Sold
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Vladislav Evseev (Boston Bruins) 2004-05 Russian Super League Season Scouting Evaluation (06/23/2005)
Scouting Game Notes: Ak Bars (Kazan) vs. Dynamo (Moscow) (12/21/2004)
Vladislav Evseev - What They Don't Know Can Hurt You (12/15/2002)
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03/10/2007 Round 58 - Kulemin (Toronto Maple Leafs) leads Metallurg to victory

Russian Super League -  Talented 86 born forward Nikolai Kulemin (Toronto Maple Leafs) scored his club leading 27th goal of the season, leading HC Metallurg (Magnitogorsk) to victory. Defenseman Denis Grebeshkov (New York Islanders) continued his scoring streak, adding a goal and an assist in the victory against HC MVD. Tampa Bay Lightning late round 2006 selection Denis Kazionov (Tampa Bay Lightning) finally scored his first goal of the season, capping off a disappointing sophomore Super League campaign. Vladislav Evseev (Boston Bruins) is another struggling prospect who has begun to get more ice time with HC Dynamo and also found the net after two years of struggles, scoring his first of the season. READ MORE
01/18/2007 New scouting report added to Vladislav Evseev's (Boston Bruins) profile!
06/27/2005 New photos added to Vladislav Evseev's (Boston Bruins) player profile
06/23/2005 RP Exclusive - Vladislav Evseev 2004-05 Russian Super League season scouting evaluation
05/30/2005 Vladislav Evseev’s (Boston Bruins) turbulent Dynamo ride is over
09/04/2004 Web Site News: Premium Content: three new 2003-04 season player recaps added for Vladislav Evseev (Boston Bruins), Denis Denisov (Buffalo Sabres), Denis Grot (Vancouver Canucks)
08/23/2004 Super League preseason box scores: Evseev (Boston Bruins) scores 2 goals for Dynamo
05/09/2004 Web Site News: New photo of Vladislav Evseev (Boston Bruins) has been added to his profile.
02/13/2004 Vladislav Evseev (Boston Bruins) loaned to Upper League's Vityaz Podolsk
01/03/2004 Web Site News: Boston Bruins prospect Vladislav Evseev's Talent Analysis Updated!
12/10/2003 FINALLY!!! Boston Bruins prospect Vladislav Evseev has finally played his first Super League game for the 2003-04 season.
Scouting Evaluations:
Vladislav Evseev (Boston Bruins) 2004-05 Russian Super League Season Scouting Evaluation
Scouting Game Notes: Ak Bars (Kazan) vs. Dynamo (Moscow)
2003-04 Season Recap (Premium Content):

The once touted top five pick, Evseev’s development suffered during 2003-04. He was unable to crack Dynamo Moscow’s roster until early December,......WANT TO READ MORE? You are not logged in. Please log in if you wish to view the premium section's entire content. If you do not have a premium account, subscribe now!

Talent Analysis:
December 2006 Update: It has been long four years since Boston drafted Vladislav Evseev in the second round. The once highly touted first round pick, Evseev has struggled to find any ice time in recent years with HC Severstal. Now he returned to his HC Dynamo, where he appears to be turning the corner due to the team’s reliance on mostly younger talent. Still, Evseev has not developed much over the past several years. He still has solid size, but he continues to hesitate to play physical hockey and use his frame. Furthermore, he continues to enjoy impressive individual skill, but just does not see the ice well enough to effectively use his linemates, nor has his finishing ability continued to improve. Recently Evseev has skated with former NHLer Mike Bishai and Detroit Red Wings prospect Gennadi Stolyarov and the threesome appeared to be developing some chemistry. While his development is not yet back on track, the increased ice time with Dynamo may help to resurrect the young player’s once promising career, though any NHL prospects are out of the question at this time.
Skating: A great, technical skater with a very high top speed...excellent acceleration...very strong on his skates...excellent first step. Shot: Strong wrist shot, but needs to work on his release and his overall finishing skills...very good slap shot...rarely uses his backhand. Technical Ability: Above average puckhandling skills...very soft hands...great stick control. Pass: Passing is not a major weapon in his arsenal, but possesses an above average passing ability and can make precise tape to tape passes. Hockey Sense: One of his primary development needs...needs to more effectively interact with his partners...often attempts too much on his own...needs to better understand how plays develop in the offensive zone. Defensive Play: not a major factor either way in his own zone, but fights hard along the boards and works hard to cover his man...doesn’t understand the defensive flow of the game all too well, and doesn’t yet know how to effectively help the defense out. Physical Play: Despite possessing a great frame, is not a very aggressive player...likes to crash the net and throw his body around, but does not show a good second effort or athletic aggressiveness once his momentum is stopped
Back In Russia:
2002-03 Season Review: Evseev missed the second half of the 2001-02 season, costing him about 50 spots in the draft order. He returned to action in September ’03, as a result missing all the preseason tournaments. After skating a month with Dynamo 2 and practicing with Dynamo’s main squad, the talented winger earned a promotion and was provided a spot in the main lineup. His impact this season has been limited, as the young player was clearly adjusting to the new, significantly more competitive level of hockey. Evseev did not, by any means look out of place, and more importantly, it appears his shoulder has completely healed.

Vladislav has been in Dynamo Moscows system since the beginning of his career. He has continued to develop and outgrew the teams system by the summer of 2001. As a result, Dynamos management decided promote Vladislav to the Upper League level, but they did not want to transfer him out of Moscow to Tver. A solid compromise was found in the shape of HC CSKA. CSKA is a competitive team in the Upper League and is based locally in Moscow, allow Dynamos management to keep a close eye on one of their most promising prospects. Vladislav started the 2001-02 season rather slow with HC CSKA. His earlier performances earned him a demotion down to HC CSKAs junior team. The demotion appeared to boost his confidence and he played with more fire after being called back up to the Upper Leauge. In the 15 games he has played with HC CSKA, Vladislav earned a respectable five goals and two assists. He has recently been placed on the same line with Sergei Anshakov, another promising 2002 NHL Entry Draft prospect.
NHL Outlook:
Though Vladislav Evseev possesses a wealth of potential, the lack of international exposure and slowing development over the past season due to injury caused him to drop out of the first round. Boston Bruins picked Vladislav 56th overall in the second round. This was quite a drop for him, as earlier this year RussianProspect ranked Vladislav to be a top 5 picks. Vladislavs ratings have been hurt by his absence from the Russian National team at the 5 Nations Tournament in Tyumen and the U18 WJC due to a serious shoulder injury. Evseev rebounded well from the injury in 2002-03 season. He will build on that success and gain more ground in the right direction in 2003-04. Vladislav also posesses a solid grasp of English, which will help significantly when he finally arrives in North America.
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM +/-
2008-09 Vityaz (Podolsk) KHL (Reg.)52 4 3 7 16 -14
2007-08 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Reg.)3 0 0 0 12
2007-08 Team Russia LG Games (EuroTour) (Intl.)3 0 0 0 4 +2
2007-08 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Reg.)3 0 0 0 12
2006-07 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Playoffs)2 0 0 0 0 -1
2006-07 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Reg.)29 1 4 5 32 -6
2005-06 Severstal (Cherpovets) Super League (Reg.)30 3 0 3 18 -9
2004-05 Salavat Yulayev (Ufa) Super League (Reg.)5 0 0 0 2 -1
2004-05 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Reg.)12 1 1 2 2 0
2003-04 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Reg.)5 1 0 1 0 -
2003-04 Team Russia 84 4 Nations Tourn. (Intl.)3 0 0 0 0 0
2002-03 Dynamo 2 1st League (Juniors)12 6 4 10 0 -
2002-03 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Playoffs)1 0 0 0 0 -
2002-03 Dynamo (Moscow) Super League (Reg.)21 1 1 2 2 -1
2001-02 Team Russia 84 Jr Olympic Games (Juniors)4 1 0 1 0 0
2001-02 Team Russia 84 5 Nations Tourn. (Juniors)5 1 3 4 29 -3
2001-02 HC CSKA 2 1st League (Juniors)8 2 1 3 2 -
2001-02 HC CSKA 85 Junior League (Juniors)5 4 4 8 4 -
2001-02 HC CSKA Moscow Upper League (Reg.)15 2 5 7 10 -
2000-01 Team Russia 84 5 Nations Tourn. (Juniors)5 5 3 8 6 -
1999-00 Team Moscow 84 Regional Tourn. (Juniors)5 2 3 5 6 -
1999-00 Dynamo Moscow 84 Junior League (Juniors)6 5 2 7 2 -
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