KHL: Malkin's Gordie Howe Hat-Trick

Steve Dangle
December 21 2012 06:31PM

 

Malkin drops the gloves and scores some goals, Ovechkin looking better and better, and if the NHL ever comes back, you better watch out for St. Louis Blues prospect Vladimir Tarasenko.

Enjoy!

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A Holiday Message From the Nations

Kent Wilson
December 21 2012 10:10AM

 

 Well it hasn't been the merriest of Christmas seasons this year has it? Instead of squeezing present shopping around Hockey Night in Canada or Battles of Alberta, we've had to put up with histrionic lawyers at press conferences, game cancellation announcements and endless debates about which side of the labor argument is more reprehensible.

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KHL: Datsyuk frustrated, Ovechkin and Backstrom score then collapse, and more

Steve Dangle
December 20 2012 09:08PM

 

Privyet, y'all.

A light day in the KHL today (just two games), so we've added packs from two of Wesnesday's games that you might have missed.

Enjoy!

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Toronto Marlies On Ice Goals Performance

Gus Katsaros
December 20 2012 05:10PM

Continuing the Toronto Marlies statistical breakdown, this post is devoted to player’s on-ice goals for and goals against totals.

Korbinian Holzer entering the game versus Lake Erie had been on the ice for 15 goals against. Of those, 10 were on the power play, and he had not been on the ice for any shorthanded goals – Toronto has allowed four shorthanded.

Holzer was on the ice for five even-strength goals against in 25 games, an average of one for every five games.

The Leafs 4th round pick (111th overall) in 2006 was on the ice for every goal against the Lake Erie Monsters, compromising 21% of his 19 total goals against and almost doubling the five even-strength goals.

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WJC Gameday: Canada vs. Finland (Pre-Competition)

Ryan Pike
December 20 2012 09:07AM

The 2013 edition of the IIHF World Junior Championships doesn't get officially going until Boxing Day, but things kick off on the exhibition calendar this morning as Canada faces Finland. The game airs on TSN beginning at 9:30am ET (6:30am PT), live from Vantaa, Finland.

The game is the first chance to evaluate the final roster for Canada and for Finnish fans to prepare for a couple cuts that need to be made before the tournament begins.

Here are the lines for each club, courtesy of TSN's Mark Masters (@markhmasters).

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