October 21 2012 06:15PM
Question: What's played on ice and not locked out?
Answer: The KHL.
Here's today's KHL highlights featuring a sick breakaway goal by Evgeny Kuznetsov, Nail Yakupov's team comes out on top, and more.
October 21 2012 01:28PM
Photo: Matt Boulton/Wikimedia/CC BY 2.0
From across the Nations this week: hockey talk, with absolutely none of it focused on arena or CBA negotiations. We’ve got a healthy dose of humour – including a story from the NHL player who ran buck-naked into a group of Hungarian riot police – as well as some news, statistics, and rumour-mongering.
October 20 2012 06:11PM
Today's KHL package from Steve Dangle and Andrey Osadchenko features a couple of notable plays from Alexander Ovechkin and Dynamo Moscow's game against Atlant, and a late comeback from Avangard.
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October 20 2012 01:25PM
Anton Rodin is stronger, more confident and playing with Zack Kassian. (Chris Jerina/AHL in Photos)
A constantly rampaging Zack Kassian would be at the top of most Canucks fans' must-happen lists; they got a glimpse of just that player on Friday night. In an exciting, back and forth encounter with their Calgary Flames compatriots, the Canucks' minor leaguers came out on top, winning 3-2 in a shoot out.
Most observers have predicted that the NHL lockout would have a positive effect on the AHL's level of play; hockey fans got more than a glimpse of that on Friday, as both teams played tight defence, strong transition games and impressive puck movement. It was a great advertisement for how much value a fan can get for his money in Abbotsford.
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October 20 2012 10:11AM
This isn’t a full game recap, which Pat Johnston is putting together for Friday night’s game out in Abbotsford. I was impressed with several Canucks prospects on Friday night, while others didn’t do much to stand out.
Read on for more.