October 28 2012 09:37PM
Mikhail Grabovski (or Mikhail Grabovsky as the KHL likes to call him) looks damn fine playing with Pavel Datsyuk. Also check out former New York Rangers pick Tomas Zaborsky lighting up for 4 goals in one game.
October 28 2012 01:37PM
Time: 3:00 pm MST
Location: Copps Coliseum
Broadcast: abbotsfordheat.com, teamradio.ca
After last night's 4-3 SOL, the Heat sit in a three-way tie for second in the Western Conference with 10 points in just six games played. Abbotsford has yet to lose in regulation, although the Lake Erie Monsters routinely outshot them during the recent head-to-head match-up.
October 28 2012 10:54AM
After the jump: a look at the best prospects for the 2013 Draft, discussing trade rumours, the lockout and solutions to it, following injuries around the league, and much more.
Nail Yakupov's pair of goals (including a dandy) and the KHL's Top 10 goals, saves, and hits of the week
October 27 2012 05:59PM
Warning: These highlights may gets you pregnant. If you're an Oilers fan? Twins. And you'll name them both Nail. That's how good this kid is. Seriously.
BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE!
We also have the KHL's Top 10 goals, saves, and hits of the week! Wait - there's two others games, too?!?! Shut the front door!
October 27 2012 02:31PM
Time: 4:30 pm MST
Where: Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland
Broadcast: Abbotsforheat.com, Teamradio.ca
It was a rough start for the Heat last. The Monsters outshot them 17-3 and took a 2-1 lead heading into the second period (although thigns could ahve been much worse). Abbotsford reeled things in in the second by outshooting the Monsters 11-6 and scoring the only goal to tie the game. The Heat carried that momentum into the third with Brodie, Horak and Olson scoring three goals on nine shots to ice the victory.