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.
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.
October 25 2012 11:24PM
After a lockout wiped out the 2004/2005 season the NHL had to come up with a plan on how to decide the draft order for the "Sidney Sweepstakes." Sidney Crosby had been heralded as the #1 choice for the 2005 draft since he was 14 years old, and now the NHL had the dubious task of trying to come up with a "fair" process to determine which franchise would choose him first overall.
October 25 2012 07:09PM
Here's today's KHL action featuring great goals and saves as usual. You might notice we're missing one game, and that would be CKSA Moscow (Datsyuk, Grabovski, Bryzgalov, Radulov) vs Lev Prague (Zdeno Chara). We're still working on that one. We'll include that in this post as soon as we're done!
October 25 2012 08:58AM
Five games into the 2012-13 season, and the Toronto Marlies have completed their first three-games-in-three nights sets. They line up six times over the season in 3-in-3 sets, a fairly low number when considering the Providence Bruins play an AHL high 17 sets, while their provincial rivals, Hamilton Bulldogs, in a league low, four - all after March 1.