KHL Highlights - A Thriller in Minsk, Malkin and friends keep rolling, and Alex Semin joins a monster

Steve Dangle
October 26 2012 08:01PM

Want to see a bunch of hockey highlights featuring a bunch of fans actually enjoying that hockey and going nuts and stuff?

Today was a fantastic day of KHL hockey. Dinamo Minsk took on Barys Astana in Belarus for a thriller in OT, Malkin, Kulemin, and Magnitogorsk destroyed Spartak Moscow, and it looks like Alex Semin joined the right team.

***NOTE*** The Minsk-Barys game is only geo blocked in the United States. The other games are available worldwide.

Happy watching!

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BLURST OF TIMES

Wanye
October 26 2012 03:14PM

It's funny how a protracted labour dispute in the NHL will put a damper on an NHL blogging Network. Assuming you define "funny" as brainshatteringly annoying. Who wouldn't want to read an up tempo article like that right?!

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Good NBC program is on hiatus

Cam Charron
October 26 2012 11:57AM

Hm, an NBC property with a highly-dedicated, yet small, fan base didn't start up this fall as was expected. Instead, they're showing, well, who knows, because who watches NBC? How many people have that channel saved in their favourites or bother to record anything on that channel?

Nobody, that's who.

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Mikhail Grabovski robbed with potential save of the year, scores pretty goal anyway

Steve Dangle
October 26 2012 09:01AM

 

Mikhail Grabovski (or as he's called in the KHL, Mikhail Grabovsky), gets absolutely robbed Tomas Popperle in a game between Grabovski's CSKA Moscow (Red Army) and Lev Prague.

He redeems himself later in the game with a nice goal off a feed from Pavel Datsyuk. Grabo also gets stopped on a penalty shot, but he still had a goal and his team won. It has to be such a culture shock for him to be on a winning team.

Just watch.

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Point Projections: Defensemen

Robert Vollman
October 26 2012 08:04AM

Every year we project how many points each of the players will score using a couple of different statistical methods, and why should a potential lockout season be any different?

If you're just tuning in, we explained our methodology in more detail in our first piece, which covered the top-six forwards.  This time we'll cover the defensemen and then close up in a third and final piece that features the remaining, secondary forwards.

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