A LITTLE MORE ABOUT ANTON SLEPYSHEV

In terms of pure value, the Edmonton Oilers hit a big fly when taking Anton Slepyshev #88 overall at the 2013 NHL entry draft. At 6.02, 190, the righty shooting left winger may be the most skilled forward ‘in the system’ and at 19 years of age he could arrive quickly depending on contract situation.

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Slepyshev’s 12-13 season saw him play for both Metallurg (12:37 a night) and Salavat (12:43 a night) and scoring 26, 7-2-9 during the regular season. He is ‘in the range’ offensively with Marc Roy and Jujhar Khaira among the best of the Oilers prospects outside the NHL. He was getting lots of chances in Salavat (35 shots in 11 games) and is described as a first shot scorer.

COREY PRONMAN 2012: #17 OVERALL

  • Slepyshev is one of the rare 17-year-old forwards who has been able to step into the KHL and produce, albeit at a marginal level. His production is along the lines of what elite prospects Evgeny Kuznetsov and Vladimir Tarasenko did in their 17-year-old seasons, though, for example. Slepyshev is an above-average skater who is tremendously agile and is also able to get up to a notable top gear. When you combine his great agility with the fact he has high-end puck skills, he really is a nuisance to check. Slepyshev is very effective at dodging opponents and creating space for himself. I’ve seen times on penalty kills where he would dance around the opposing zone for 15-25 seconds because several opponents keep missing him. Slepyshev has a plus if not near that shot and he knows it, as he has a shoot-first mentality with the ability to score from way out. He can still make plays and doesn’t have tunnel vision, but I wouldn’t classify him as a playmaker. Slepyshev’s physical game needs some work as while he’s average-sized, he’s got a bean pole frame and can easily be pushed off the puck. He will show some physical effort, although that at times could be better, and has some defensive value too, but his strength level is way behind where it needs to be.

COREY PRONMAN 2013: #45 OVERALL

  • Slepyshev was passed over in last year’s draft, mostly due to signability concerns. Despite being ranked 17th in last year’s Hockey Prospectus draft rankings, he falls to 45th this season, simply due to the depth of the draft class. He is an above-average skater, with agility and free movement, as his shiftiness makes him hard to check. He has a plus shot and he knows it, as his mentality is often shoot-first, even from distance. He can still make plays, and he does not have tunnel vision, but his playmaking skills are not his best element. His physical game has progressed, and he has added strength since last season. He can protect pucks moderately well. He will display physical effort, although it could be better at times. He also needs to work on his defensive game.

THE SCOUTING REPORT 2012: #18 OVERALL

  • The KHL will undoubtedly be of concern for NHL teams when weighing their options with Slepyshev, but on talent alone, he has certainly proven himself as a 1st rounder in this draft. Slepyshev is a dynamic winger who has slick puckhandling skills and loves to showcase them when he has the opportunity. He has NHL size and has proven himself against professional players as a 17-year-old which bodes well moving forward as he finds more comfort. Slepyshev could be a good gamble for a team drafting in the late 1st round that can afford to be patient with him over the next several years, otherwise he likely has limited appeal for teams looking for a player who is committed to the organization from the outset.

THE DRAFT #88 OVERALL

  • ISS Scouting Report: “Perhaps the best player that was most shockingly left off the draft board last year, Slepyshev came back strong this year. A talented two-way player with good spirit, Slepyshev has great hands and can really make things happen from the perimeter with the puck. He shows good work ethic, can play physical and also can be a real pest to play against. He shows good power elements in his game and can protect the puck well and isn’t afraid to go into the dirty areas of the ice. Saw good minutes for Russia at this year’s WJC and should be in line to be one of their top weapons for next year’s event.”

Nikolai Prokhorkin Anton Slepyshev

(Slepyshev is on the right)

BY THE NUMBERS

  • Anton Slepyshev
  • May 13, 1994
  • LW
  • 26, 7-2-9 -2 Metallurg and Salavat (KHL)
  • NHL equivalency 82, 18-6-24
  • Acquired: Oilers acquired picks #57, #88 (Slepyshev) and #96 (Kyle Platzer) from Los Angeles for #37 overall (Valentin Zykov).

FINAL COMMENTS

Remember when Stu MacGregor talked about MacT’s draft emphasis?

MacGregor: “Well with Mac, skill is really important to him. That’s something that he’s looked for. Obviously the other intangibles of character, hard work, quality of people and players who are passionate to play the game are important, but he really has a high regard for skill.

The beauty of this selection is that he’s close in age to the heart of the cluster. Slepyshev is 7 months younger than Nail Yakupov, about a year younger than Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and he’s skilled enough to play with high level talent. That’s a big deal, because Edmonton is going to need value contracts very soon, with the #1 overalls maxing out in short order.

The Oilers took a sniper, a high end skill guy who can play with the best of his age group and succeed. It doesn’t matter where they got him–and remember this was a deep draft and he wasn’t chosen due to signability concerns a year ago–it only matters that they have him. And with the possibility of playing with Nail Yakupov, the Oilers have a very nice player who could be available sooner than later.

Good arrows. Great choice.

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  1. striatic says:

    Yakupov – Left Shooting RW
    Perron – Right Shooting LW
    Slepyshev – Right Shooting LW

    interesting collection of “wrong handed” positional players starting to build up.

  2. fifthcartel says:

    Any idea on when he might come to NA? I think I read he has a KHL contract for another year or two.

  3. lance says:

    7 months younger than Yak and eligible for last year’s draft?

    Definitely saw him good in the WJC. I was astounded the Oil landed him with such a late pick. Would this qualify for a reverse Alice?

    Edit: Please ignore the obvious ignorance of the first question.

  4. striatic says:

    lance,

    he slipped through the draft in his first year of eligibility.

    concerns he wouldn’t come to NA.

    apparently those concerns have been allayed, but he still needs to play out his existing KHL contract.

  5. Lowetide says:

    lance:
    7 months younger than Yak and eligible for last year’s draft?

    Definitely saw him good in the WJC.I was astounded the Oil landed him with such a late pick.Would this qualify for a reverse Alice?

    Yes, or an upside right Alice, but that might be in bad taste.

  6. lance says:

    Lowetide: Yes, or an upside right Alice, but that might be in bad taste.

    Whatever this new flavour I could handle seeing the Oil land a couple more. I’m kinda over the walkabout.

  7. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    The interesting bonus about the Russians (beyond all the other stuff we’ve talked about) is the use of the KHL as a development league in parallel to the CHL and AHL.

    We don’t have to worry about Nurse-like situations where kids aren’t ready for the NHL but because of the CBA aren’t allowed in the AHL yet.

    We don’t have to worry about the AHL leaving some prospects fighting for TOI.

    Guys like Hartikainen (if he ever returns), Fever-Bog, Slappy can all develop in an adult league that is very, very good without cluttering up the AHL or being kept out it.

    They can all come over as plug and plays in their early 20s without having lost anything development or contract wise.

    The risk of flight is real, but this is also a real, tangible advantage.

  8. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    Lowetide: Yes, or an upside right Alice, but that might be in bad taste.

    pearls clutched.

  9. Hammers says:

    This kid could be a replacement for Paarvi and perhaps a top 6 role . McT & skill ,skill , skill .God it’s nice to have a GM who not only thinks the game but has the guts and wherewithall to make a decision . If our present russian troika all play this guy may come next year .

  10. bookje says:

    striatic:
    Yakupov – Left Shooting RW
    Perron – Right Shooting LW
    Slepyshev – Right Shooting LW

    interesting collection of “wrong handed” positional players starting to build up.

    Imagine how awesome it will be when they switch hands.

    “You see, there is something I know that you do not. I am not left handed.”

  11. SinceTheWHADays says:

    So does anyone know what his actual contract obligations in the KHL are?

  12. SinceTheWHADays says:

    bookje: Imagine how awesome it will be when they switch hands.

    “You see, there is something I know that you do not. I am not left handed.”

    Best movie ever!!! Mandy Petinkin rules and is also one hell of a Tenor.

  13. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    SinceTheWHADays: Anton Slepyshev

    Not sure how reputable… but this is what I’ve found:

    Igor Eronko
    ‏@IgorEronko
    Anton Slepyshev says he’s glad there’re a lot of Russians in #Oilers system. His contract with #Salavat of #KHL expires in 2015

    here it says:

    “Since Slepyshev’s contract with his KHL team ends after next season, a team may be more wiling to take a chance on him this season that they were last year. If that is the case, his talent could get him drafted in the early third round. However, if the “KHL factor” looms over him once again, Slepyshev could fall as low as the late 5th round.”

    http://thehockeyhouse.net/nhl/2013-nhl-draft-preview-anton-slepyshev/

    that would be after the 13-14 season… so I don’t know how to square the circle.

  14. SinceTheWHADays says:

    Romulus Apotheosis,

    Thanks for that dude. Someone mentioned him as a replacement for MPS, and fantasised for a moment about our third line. Ah well…maybe next year.

  15. BlacqueJacque says:

    Romulus Apotheosis,

    I’d argue that Nurse isn’t ready for the AHL. Defencemen take a beating and giving Nurse an extra year to build strength helps, particularly when it was noted at dev camp that Nurse was shrugged off by more mature forwards. Also, Darnell will get a chance at the first power play and top pairing minutes in SSM next year. That’s a good step up and a confidence booster. The downside will come the season after where he will be too big and good for the O, but not good enough for the NHL, and not old enough for the A.

  16. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    BlacqueJacque: The downside will come the season after where he will be too big and good for the O, but not good enough for the NHL, and not old enough for the A.

    If I wasn’t clear above, this was exactly my point, which applies to all players caught in-between.

  17. fifthcartel says:

    Peckham signs with Chicago. My guess is it’s for the farm team.

  18. BlacqueJacque says:

    Romulus Apotheosis,

    My mistake. Reading on a cell phone can lead to missed lines.

  19. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    fifthcartel:
    Peckham signs with Chicago. My guess is it’s for the farm team.

    nabbed Kostka too… good depth signings.

    All the best Peckham.

  20. striatic says:

    is it possible to send Nurse to the SEL or KHL?

  21. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    BlacqueJacque:
    Romulus Apotheosis,

    My mistake.Reading on a cell phone can lead to missed lines.

    no worries, I wasn’t very clear. and given some talking about Nurse in the NHL this year, it wouldn’t be far fetched for a poster to suggest he’s AHL ready, not IMO though.

    it is going to be interesting to see what the team does with him the following year. Too bad we can’t send him Klefbom’s old team for a year… wait, can we?

  22. BlacqueJacque says:

    Romulus Apotheosis,

    I don’t know. I imagine he could sign on his own, but I also imagine the SEL has quotas on foreigners and those are best spent on capable roster players who can’t quite demand NHL money.

  23. Woodguy says:

    Romulus Apotheosis:
    The interesting bonus about the Russians (beyond all the other stuff we’ve talked about) is the use of the KHL as a development league in parallel to the CHL and AHL.

    We don’t have to worry about Nurse-like situations where kids aren’t ready for the NHL but because of the CBA aren’t allowed in the AHL yet.

    We don’t have to worry about the AHL leaving some prospects fighting for TOI.

    Guys like Hartikainen (if he ever returns), Fever-Bog, Slappy can all develop in an adult league that is very, very good without cluttering up the AHL or being kept out it.

    They can all come over as plug and plays in their early 20s without having lost anything development or contract wise.

    The risk of flight is real, but this is also a real, tangible advantage.

    Thank you for calling him Slappy.

    Slappy!

  24. Dead Cat Bounce says:

    striatic:
    is it possible to send Nurse to the SEL or KHL?

    Yes.

    The Canucks sent Niklas Jensen to the SEL for a season after he was drafted out of the OHL.

  25. Lowetide says:

    Dead Cat Bounce: Yes.

    The Canucks sent Niklas Jensen to the SEL for a season after he was drafted out of the OHL.

    Hmmm. I don’t believe that’s correct. Nurse is an OHL draft, think it’s that league or NHL. Can someone confirm? Jensen played in Denmark so likely came through import draft for CHL.

  26. Dead Cat Bounce says:

    Lowetide: Hmmm. I don’t believe that’s correct. Nurse is an OHL draft, think it’s that league or NHL. Can someone confirm? Jensen played in Denmark so likely came through import draft for CHL.

    Jensen’s agent, with the permission of the Canucks, negotiated a one year deal in the SEL rather than sending him back to the OHL.

    I don’t think Nurse’s case would be any different.

  27. Lowetide says:

    Dead Cat Bounce: Jensen’s agent, with the permission of the Canucks, negotiated a one year deal in the SEL rather than sending him back to the OHL.

    I don’t think Nurse’s case would be any different.

    Jensen was originally from outside the CHL, right? I’ll have to check but am fairly certain that makes him Gernat or Marincin as opposed to Nurse.

  28. Dead Cat Bounce says:

    Lowetide: Jensen was originally from outside the CHL, right? I’ll have to check but am fairly certain that makes him Gernat or Marincin as opposed to Nurse.

    Isn’t Gernat playing in Europe next season?

  29. Lowetide says:

    Dead Cat Bounce: Isn’t Gernat playing in Europe next season?

    No. OKC. I’m looking but can’t find, but my understanding is that for the next two seasons (18 and 19) Nurse is either OHL or NHL. No AHL, no Europe.

  30. Dead Cat Bounce says:

    Lowetide: No. OKC. I’m looking but can’t find, but my understanding is that for the next two seasons (18 and 19) Nurse is either OHL or NHL. No AHL, no Europe.

    Where is Speeds?

  31. Dead Cat Bounce says:

    The Bowman’s are just killing it:

    Chicago, IL (Sports Network) – The Chicago Blackhawks agreed to terms on a two-year contract with reigning Hobey Baker Award winner Drew LeBlanc on Friday.

    The 24-year-old made his NHL debut in April, participating in a pair of games after putting together a 13-goal, 37-assist campaign in his senior season with St. Cloud State. LeBlanc left the Huskies after totaling 42 goals and 147 points in 171 contests.

    Chicago also agreed to a pair of one-year contracts, with defensemen Theo Peckham and Michael Kostka.

  32. Lowetide says:

    Dead Cat Bounce: Where is Speeds?

    EXACTLY! lol.

  33. Ca$h-Money! says:

    Dead Cat Bounce,

    Oddly DSF like comment…. Chicago is killing it because they pick up a guy who couldn’t make it on the oilers?

  34. Cobbler says:

    LT, is Slappy a second line winger or does he, based on NHLE, project lower?

    He certainly looks good during international play and he has a scoring touch, but his NHLE doesn’t scream 1/2 line.

    Edit: Oh and I like the draft choice, just wondering where he slots with the cluster.

  35. Lowetide says:

    Cobbler:
    LT, is Slappy a second line winger or does he, based on NHLE, project lower?

    He certainly looks good during international play and he has a scoring touch, but his NHLE doesn’t scream 1/2 line.

    Edit: Oh and I like the draft choice, just wondering where he slots with the cluster.

    2line W is what I’d project him at, he’s scoring in the KHL at 18 with 12.5 minutes a night and it doesn’t look like a lot of powerplay time.

  36. fuzzy muppet says:

    Cobbler,

    I was kinda hoping that he would be called sleepy. That way I could yell: YAK ATTACK and NAP TIME

  37. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    Lowetide: Nurse is either OHL or NHL. No AHL, no Europe.

    It’s such a stupid rule.

    Nurse is the prime example of a guy that the year after next will be hard pressed for a home matching his abilities…

    It would be great to park him in Europe for a year, AHL even better.

    Maybe he can do a reverse Cuban ball-player and forge his birthdate a year older?

    Is the ECHL an option… I realize that wouldn’t work — he’d be too good most likely — I ask solely as a curio?

  38. sumaclab says:

    I like this pick. There are what 30 isk Russians playing in the NHL? That is less 4% of all players.The best of the best continue to want to play in the NHL. Exceptions are rare like KOVY. The Oilers would do well to increase the perception that Edmonton is a place where Russian players feel welcomed. With a massive Ukrainian heritage and a climate similar to what most Russians consider normal. A stable government. A fair tax system. And opportunity’s for family. Yak could be the guy who leads the next Russian wave to North America. Guys Yakamov and Slepyshev may be the next wave who look toward the NHL rather than the KHL.

  39. Lowetide says:

    Romulus Apotheosis: It’s such a stupid rule.

    Nurse is the prime example of a guy that the year after next will be hard pressed for a home matching his abilities…

    It would be great to park him in Europe for a year, AHL even better.

    Maybe he can do a reverse Cuban ball-player and forge his birthdate a year older?

    Is the ECHL an option… I realize that wouldn’t work — he’d be too good most likely — I ask solely as a curio?

    I don’t think so. OHL protects itself against all but NHL retention.

  40. Cobbler says:

    Lowetide,

    That’s excellent. I know I “saw him good” based on limited viewings, just don’t have a feel for the KHL numbers.

    Bombay Sapphire says thanks on this fine evening :)

  41. Cobbler says:

    I know this is old material now but the Metropolitan Division just has me wanting to fall asleep.

    It’s really quite inconceivable that the league would be so out of touch with its youthful fan base; and I am 42 FFS!

  42. Cobbler says:

    fuzzy muppet,

    Man, I get the sleepy thing but for an Oilers prospect I have to go with the more buoyant Slappy.

    I remain full of HOPE.

  43. VanOil says:

    Lowetide: No. OKC. I’m looking but can’t find, but my understanding is that for the next two seasons (18 and 19) Nurse is either OHL or NHL. No AHL, no Europe.

    Recently a young Oiler player tried to play in the KHL instead of the OHL. The OHL got pissy, but the player did get to the KHL eventually. I am not sure how the OHL was compensated for Yakupov’s defection, but I would love to see it attempted again next summer with Nurse going to that SEL defense factory Kelfbom comes from. Given the extra year of a EL contract Oilers would gain would a 1M dollar bribe to the Sault be out of order?

  44. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    VanOil: Recently a young Oiler player tried to play in the KHL instead of the OHL. The OHL got pissy, but the player did get to the KHL eventually. I am not sure how the OHL was compensated for Yakupov’s defection, but I would love to see it attempted again next summer with Nurse going to that SEL defense factory Kelfbom comes from. Given the extra year of a EL contract Oilers would gain would a 1M dollar bribe to the Sault be out of order?

    I’m guessing that whatever LT suspects was in effect with Jensen was in effect with Yak?

    At any rate, any creative work around would be pretty sweet… and quite a GM coup.

  45. RexLibris says:

    Reading through the Slepyshev write up there was one thing that jumped off the page for me. It changed this young prospect from just being an offensive whiz kid in Russia to an actual prospect that I truly hope pans out. it was the mention of being a pest to play against.

    That coupled with skill is exactly why I was hoping the Oilers could swing a deal for Henrik Samuelsson.

    If this current squad could find someone with a streak of Tikkanen in them, I think I could die happy.

  46. VanOil says:

    Romulus Apotheosis: I’m guessing that whatever LT suspects was in effect with Jensen was in effect with Yak?

    At any rate, any creative work around would be pretty sweet… and quite a GM coup.

    The Yakupov deal was not so much him being foreign as the OHL thinking they were about to get sued.

    “Hockey Canada and the Russian Ice Hockey Federation have announced that the OHL has determined that Yakupov had no independent legal advice when, at the age of 17 years old, he signed his contract with Sarnia,” the statement read. “His release goes into effect immediately.” http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2012/09/29/sp-nhl-nail-yakupov-khl-neftekhimik-nizhnekamsk-hockey-canada-edmonton-oilers.html

    I hope Nurse also did not have an agent at 16. This seems unlikely giving he is Canadian and his Family history.

  47. BlacqueJacque says:

    While I like the idea of Nurse learning his trade in a pro league, I suspect that unless he can speak Swedish, he may be best served by the OHL->AHL route.

    That said, I think the NHL would be wise to renegotiate its agreement with the CHL. Draft most players at 19 (with exceptions for talents that have clearly left the CHL behind and can not just play but contribute at the NHL level, like Hall, Stamkos, Yak, etc.), but permit picks from the first couple rounds to go to the AHL.

  48. uni says:

    VanOil,

    Sarnia came off pretty badly as well. They put up a smoke screen claiming that it was Hockey Canada who wanted to block Yakupov and it wasn’t them at all. They maintained this right up until it became clear that they were either lying about Yakupov’s contract or it hadn’t legally been signed.

    Yakupov for his part maintained that he had never signed such a contract with Sarnia. Considering there wasn’t a legal advocate for Yakupov present to sign off on his contract (I know in Ontario a lawyer representing the child has to co-sign contracts with minors stating that they explained the legal ramifications of the contract to the the child and the child understood it) I’m inclined to believe him over the Sarnia team that clearly was dishonest the entire time they were handling the situation.

  49. VanOil says:

    BlacqueJacque,

    The reasons I would prefer the SEL for Nurse over the AHL are as follows;

    The excellent skill development shown by recent Swedish defensemen.

    The larger Ice surface would mean he could not rely on his strength to beat players, he will need good positioning and skating.

    He already is an accomplished face puncher and projects to be a big dude. In the AHL a less talented face puncher might knock him silly, this seems less likely in Sweden.

    I am not so worried about the language barrier as I find more fluent English speakers in Sweden than my part of Canada. A scholar like Nurse should be able to pick up enough to get through hockey practice.

    The AHL on the other hand is a great place for our Slovakian rear guards to learn the hard knock life of North American hockey.

    Sadly I am sure this will never happen

  50. ohhell says:

    An extra year in the OHL didn’t hurt Dougie Hamilton. I am confused by the thinking that Nurse is too good for the OHL; it’s the best place for him. Significant role in all disciplines, big minutes and a chance to build confidence and grow physically into his body. Enough of the AHL, Europe, ECHL discussion please. Summer needs to end.

  51. Bruce McCurdy says:

    VanOil: Recently a young Oiler player tried to play in the KHL instead of the OHL.

    Daniil Zharkov?

  52. bendelson says:

    RexLibris,

    I am thinking Yakopov himself may just have a pest element to his game. Clearly a different sort than the typical Avery/Ott type irritant and nowhere near Esa levels but the kind of pest that will score a couple of goals and be happy to remind the opposition about it type… Very irritating. Take a bad penalty? Hear about Yak’s wicked snip on the PP the rest of the night.

    This season MSM chalked many of his ‘antics’ up to youthful exhuberance and I heard lots of ‘he’ll learn soon enough’ type comments but maybe that’s just Nail? It would be fun to watch…

    A Pavel Bure type pest perhaps?

  53. Ribs says:

    Just tell me that there’s no reason to worry that he couldn’t get his papers in order to make it to the prospects camp and I’ll feel a whole lot better. Has he been interviewed about being drafted?

  54. Romulus Apotheosis says:

    Ribs:
    Just tell me that there’s no reason to worry that he couldn’t get his papers in order to make it to the prospects camp and I’ll feel a whole lot better. Has he been interviewed about being drafted?

    See that tweet I quote above. That seems to be quoting Slappy himself.

    ohhell:
    An extra year in the OHL didn’t hurt Dougie Hamilton.I am confused by the thinking that Nurse is toogood for the OHL; it’s the best place for him.Significant role in all disciplines, big minutes and a chance to build confidence and grow physically into his body.Enough of the AHL, Europe, ECHL discussion please.Summer needs to end.

    Since I brought up Nurse and you’re the second person to be confused, I’ll take credit for not being clear enough.

    No one (excepting a few outliers) is talking about Nurse playing anywhere but with his OHL team next year. The issue is the year after that, when he will be most likely too good/mature for the OHL and ineligible for AHL…

    His only options will be to continue to develop in a kids’ league or to be thrown to the wolves in the NHL.

  55. Lewis Grant says:

    BlacqueJacque:
    Romulus Apotheosis,

    I’d argue that Nurse isn’t ready for the AHL.Defencemen take a beating and giving Nurse an extra year to build strength helps, particularly when it was noted at dev camp that Nurse was shrugged off by more mature forwards.Also, Darnell will get a chance at the first power play and top pairing minutes in SSM next year.That’s a good step up and a confidence booster.The downside will come the season after where he will be too big and good for the O, but not good enough for the NHL, and not old enough for the A.

    Good reasoning. But Eberle spent two more years in the WHL (plus a handful in the AHL once the Dub season ended). It didn’t seem to hold him back in his rookie year.

    (I suppose you could argue that Eberle’s numbers took a big step forward during his last WHL season, but couldn’t that be the case for Nurse as well?)

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