I found it hard not to see.
Both are also somewhat overlooked, not just by those of us who love to make comparisons, but also by their counterpart charcters (Raskolnikov and Marius in this instance). I don't believe either of them really knew just how special a friend they had, until it was too late for Raskolnikov to say anything to Raz, and too late for Marius as Courfeyrac was dead. Again not to say that Marius reminds me of Raskolnikov in any way beyond that.
As for the party, well naturally.
And then Raz's whole exchange with Dounia and her mother as he's walking them home just makes my heart melt each time. <3
There is even a specific character description in C and P that l feel runs a distinct parallel to something said in the brick.
"Ten minutes later, however, she was considerably reassured: it was characteristic of Razumikhin that he showed his true nature at once, whatever mood he might be in, so that people quickly saw the sort of man they had to deal with." ~C and P
"At that age faces say it all right away. Word are pointless. There is a kind of young man could describe as having a face that talks. One look and you know each other." ~Les Mis