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  1. So, to the surprise of some, Alexander has left the Jets for a 2-yr deal with the KHL. Another story of a promising young talent, having more than a point a game in the OHL, never surpassed 28 pts in an NHL season! I'm not liking the disparity I see between the jr. leagues & the sometimes failed transition into the NHL. Alex was not ripe enough for the big league despite his stats. I'm hoping our Bo Ho, despite all the glory I'm hearing about that boy, is not going to be another failed attempt at a potential star player. http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2013/07/08/sp-nhl-hockey-
  2. http://ca.sports.yahoo.com/news/iron-mike-keenan-coach-russias-metallurg-154651188.html MOSCOW (Reuters) - Mike Keenan, who coached the New York Rangers to Stanley Cup glory in 1994, will take charge of Metallurg Magnitogorsk after signing a two-year contract with the Russian club on Monday.
  3. Since the lockout has started an influx of NHLers have flocked to Europe to play hockey in various leagues including the KHL and elitle leagues in Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, and more. For many die hard hockey fans this is the next best thing because at least then they will still have the opportunity to watch their favourite players this season. However, others are starting to get the feeling that once the lockout ends many players may decide to stay and play in Europe. So, what do you think? Follow my blog at: http://its-acanadiangame.blogspot.ca/ and on Twitter @acanadiangame to keep infom
  4. It has been a very busy last week and a half with many more NHLers flocking to Europe to find somewhere to play some hockey. In this past week alone Danny Briere, Claude Giroux, Joe Pavelski, Gabriel Landeskog, Andrei Markov, Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, Jamie Benn, and Matt Duchene have all packed their bags and headed to Europe. Now with news coming from sports outlets such as ESPN and recently Sportsnet that they will now be broadcasting some KHL games this season this may give a little hope for true hockey fans to see their favourite stars in action. However, what this influx of players
  5. Surprised to see no-one talking about this article....and in particuliar the part about Bryzgalov's first start in the KHL and his subsequent benching for the next 3 games!!!!....4 goals on 30 shots. Yup, thats our guy!! This scares me if we ever do see a season this year. I know it's only one game but haven't we been saying that about Bryz since...well....his first game! I'm not a "Bryz hater" for the sake of it, but I'm starting to loose faith in this guy. You'd think he would of KICKED ASS in his first game in the KHL.....not sure why I would think that but I did...... http://www.philly.co
  6. It is being reported that the KHL will exempt from its salary cap all returning NHL players. Each KHL team would get only one such signing. Thus players will be able to leave the NHL and choose the highest bidder. Thus it seems as if Radulov or even Semin will likely leave the NHL for the KHL. I also wonder how the new CBA might counter. I guess we will here more soon enough.
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