Talk:Alexander Perezhogin

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POV[edit]

I find the inciddent recounted in the article very POV. I think Garrett Stafford Cleveland Barons just as responsible as Perezhogin.

Yeah don't forget that if the Cleveland player hadn't fallen down at that exact moment, Perezhogin's stick hits him in the shinguards, a minor scuffle ensues and the incident passes as quickly as it starts.

Perezhogin and Stafford[edit]

This is supposed to be an encyclopedic look into Alexander Perezhogin and yet Stafford gets just as much info. If you count the number of references to the 2 names, Perezhogin gets 8 and Stafford 7. Anyone else notice the incongruity here? And oddly enough Stafford himself has no entry at all in wiki.

I will, in the next few minutes, condense the entry of that incident and also bring to a neutral POV.

Jseszs 15:32, 14 December 2006 (UTC)