Red Wings Blog completely agrees with me

With a minute to go the Red Wings scored. Great right? No. The referee lost sight of the puck, even though it was laying right on the goal line, and blew play the play dead. Well, actually he didn’t blow the play dead, but he was thinking about it. The puck was in the back of…

Windsor Star: Loktionov, Grachev make their respective marks

  It’s been this way for years for Andrei Loktionov and Evgeny Grachev. Passing the puck together on the ice. Passing the time together off the ice. Halfway around the world, battling for the right to play for the Memorial Cup, things have only changed slightly. They still turn heads with their unbelievable skills, but now, they do…

Bryan Cameron Selected by OHL GMs to OHL First Team All-Stars [UPDATE: and is released by the Kings]

2008-09 All-Star Teams First Team: Centre – Cody Hodgson, Brampton Battalion (81) Left Wing – Taylor Hall, Windsor Spitfires (68) Right Wing – Bryan Cameron, Belleville Bulls (63) Defence – Ryan Ellis, Windsor Spitfires (81) Defence – P.K Subban, Belleville Bulls (79) Goaltender – Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls (81) Coach – Bob Boughner, Windsor Spitfires…

2009 WHL Championship Series prospects preview – Hockey’s Future

Under first-year head coach Dave Lowry, the Hitmen have been a virtual juggernaut since opening day. The team won the Scotty Munro Memorial Trophy as regular season champions, compiling a 59-9-3-1 record for 122 points, three more than Vancouver. The talent pool is very deep in front of outstanding goaltender Martin Jones (LA), who managed…

Fans ask burning Lightning questions – St. Petersburg Times

What would you expect in return for Lecavalier? Which team has the best pieces to offer and would seriously consider a trade? Keep the Kings in mind. They have a top-five draft pick to give back and good, young players such as Jack Johnson, Alexander Frolov and Oscar Moller. The Avalanche is believed to be…

The Hockey News: THE HOT LIST:: Loktionov

Not only do we have major junior playoffs and the Frozen Four in full swing, but the IIHF World Under-18 Championship has taken over Fargo and Moorhead on the North Dakota-Minnesota border. It’s prospect overload, so let’s once again count down some of the youngsters we can’t wait to see make it to the pros.…

MaxHockey.com: The Last Stand of the Wooden Stick

During a game against Colorado, Holik entered the faceoff circle against Paul Stastny, son of Hall of Famer Peter Stastny. The linesman noticed that both centers carried wooden sticks and commented. Holik joked to the young Stastny that he would bet that Peter would never allow him to use a composite. The younger Stastny responded,…

Sharks and Kings Playoffs Histories UPDATED TO INCLUDE THE BIG CHOKE

Franchise Wins and Losses Sharks 57-62 63 Kings 65-105 Over-all Series Records Sharks 9-11 12 (missed playoffs 5 times out of 17 seasons: in playoffs 70%) Kings 11-24 (missed playoffs 18 times out of 41 seasons: in playoffs 56%) 1st Round Sharks: 8-3 4 Kings 9-14 2nd Round Sharks 1-7 Kings 1-9 Conference Finals Sharks 0-1 Kings…

Loktionov Scores in OT to lead Windsor over London/Tavares

For the fourth time in the series, the Spitfires and Knights took the game to overtime and for the third time, the Spitfires were victorious. Just 59 seconds into overtime, Andrei Loktionov scored his 6th goal of the playoffs to give the Spits the win. via Windsor Spitfires Hockey Club | Ontario Hockey League. Loktionov…