KHL Highlights: Yakupov, Malkin, Kovalchuk, Backstrom, Kane, Hagman all put up points, and much more!
October 29 2012 10:08PM
There was an insane amount of KHL hockey today. Like I've been editing for hours and hours. If anyone says there's "no hockey" I'm going to have to punch them with my exhausted and carpal tunnel syndrome-stricken hands.
October 29 2012 01:04PM
Boston College has two of the Flames' more intriguing prospects on its roster, and in Johnny Gaudreau in particular, probably one of its two or three best.
Through the first three games of the season, Gaudreau was also BC's best player, compiling 2-3-5 in that time, good for second on the team, behind his own linemate. That line, as I think I mentioned last week, scored seven of BC's 10 goals in those three games, so you can see just how important Gaudreau has become to the team's offense.
October 29 2012 09:26AM
While the world prepares for the impending onslaught of Hurricane Sandy (aka “the Frankenstorm”), the hockey world recovers from a busy weekend. Here's what happened that concerns the Calgary Flames.
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.