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The Sports Network Alexander Radulov's second stint in Nashville has officially concluded. Moscow in the Kontinental Hockey League, according to Sovetsky Sport on Monday. The 25-year-old spent four seasons with Salavat Yulayev, being named the Most
The question comes up often in Nail Yakupov's meetings with NHL scouts and general managers. And even though the 18-year-old Russian is still learning English, he can't help but tense up the second he hears the letters K-H-L...NHL draft gets underway
Hydration became a major concern as the top hockey prospects in the world found themselves literally on the hot seat Thursday. The National Hockey League's annual prospects luncheon took to the water and the prospects were grilled by the media while
In an attempt to prove his commitment to Canada and, to a larger extent, the National Hockey League, prospect Mikhail Grigorenko dressed accordingly...The Russian centre, another of the top-rated prospects to make the trip to Edmonton at the behest
The next generation of Russian ice hockey stars have been displaying their talents in an all-star battle this weekend. The All-Star squad from Russia's MHL junior league have arrived in the US, aiming for a repeat of their successful American tour of
16 Dynamo head coach Oleg Znarok holding Gagarin Cup (RIA Novosti / Alexey Filippov) (10.0Mb) embed video Glory to the champions. The representatives of Gagarin Cup winners, Dynamo Moscow, must have got tired of going up on the stage at the annual
Russia have outclassed Norway 4-2 to make it two wins from two at the Ice Hockey World Championships in Stockholm...And it was one of the reasons he didn't rush his NHL move this past March. The paper claims there's a strong possibility that the
EDT Their numbers have been thinning out almost every year. Since the so-called Russian invasion began in the late 1980s, fewer and fewer players are coming over from the former Soviet republics to play in the NHL every year.
In a statement, general manager Jay Feaster called the 27-year-old Cervenka "a highly skilled player with great hands, excellent vision and the ability to score goals at an elite level of play. Feaster went on to say: Our scouts in Europe identified
The Nashville Predators, already struggling at 2-0 down to the Phoenix Coyotes in their NHL Western Conference semifinal, suspended forwards Alexander Radulov of Russia and Andrei Kostitsyn of Belarus for Game 3 on Wednesday.