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. "They realize this is going to be a big challenge for them," he said. "Its a hard path and its not an easy road. But if you have the mindset to go to the NHL, you have to be ready right now and have a productive summer of workouts and show up at training camp in the top shape and be hungry to make the team." A veteran of 14 NHL seasons and 12 seasons in the Soviet League, Larionov also offered unique perspective on the state of Russian hockey players in the league today. While the lure of the Kontinental Hockey League has presented an obstacle in getting some Russian players to commit to the NHL in the early part of their careers, Larionov believes the choice is simple if a player wants to play against the best competition. "Its a situation with the KHL right now because young players can make more money," Larionov said. "They can stay there but at the same time, [there] is only one league that is the best in the world and thats the National Hockey League." Yakupov, who is a native Russian and Galchenyuk, who is American-born but is the son of a former Belarusian national have the added appeal of having played their junior hockey in Ontario with the OHLs Sarnia Sting. Larionov is trying to prepare both his clients for the long road ahead, regardless of which teams control their rights as of June 22. "Its very hard sometimes to explain to players [that] if you want to play at the highest level, thats the level you want to be [at]... in the NHL," Larionov said. "Those two guys - Alex and Nail - they realize that and theyre very serious about [putting] in a lot of work this summer and [impressing] the teams that want to pick them in the draft and play in the National Hockey League next year." ' ' '