The All-English Interview of Dmitry Kugryshev

At the start of Rookie Camp this week, after about six or seven questions had been asked and translated for him, 2008 second-round draft pick Dmitry Kugryshev confessed that he understood them all as they were asked in English, which made everyone in the press corps laugh. It was also very impressive — Kugryshev has been in North America only a couple of months, and learned all of his English in that timeframe.
So we got the idea to try and conduct an interview of Kugryshev in a manner basic enough so as to eliminate any need for the translation services of SovetskySport’s Dmitry Chesnokov. We think it turned out pretty good.

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10 Responses to The All-English Interview of Dmitry Kugryshev

  1. Muddapucker says:

    Nice piece… After watching that you can’t help but smile.

  2. TJ says:

    haha, thats great dude. Well done.

  3. SovSport says:

    Eliminate forever?

  4. OrderedChaos says:

    Ha! Of course not, Tovarich. 🙂

  5. SovSport says:

    OC, your Russian vocabulary amazes me! 😀

  6. Gustafsson says:

    OC’s Russian vocabulary courtesy of Google Inc., Mountain View, California.

  7. No, not this time — I think I picked up “tovarich” many years ago courtesy of Ensign Pavel Chekov, USS Enterprise, NCC-1701. 🙂

  8. Gustafsson says:

    I forgot you were a bigger geek than Google. 😉

  9. TJ says:

    Seems like the kid has a grasp of the language, probably just a little shy.

  10. Doug says:

    Wonder what he would charge Alexander Semin for some lessons?

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