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Monarchs Ascending The Throne – OurSports Central – Independent and Minor League Sports News

The Monarchs swept a recent six-game homestand, outscoring their opponents by a 21-3 count and posting three shutouts. Jonathan Bernier (6-2-0, 1.49,.956), the 11th overall pick in the 2006 NHL draft, ranks among the AHL’s top five in both goals-against average and save percentage and was named the Reebok/AHL Goaltender of the Month for October.…

Zatkoff/Bernier One Two Punch

Monarchs goaltender Jeff Zatkoff, with his 44-save performance Saturday night, now features the AHL’s best goals-against-average with a 0.75…The goaltending tandem of Zatkoff and Jonathan Bernier is one and two on the AHL leader board with save percentages of .978 and .963, respectively…With an assist tonight, center Andrei Loktionov (5-6=11) remains tied with right wing…

The Hockey News/Hot List: Home cooking

7. Andrei Loktionov, C – Windsor Spitfires (OHL): It’s been a tough go for the Spits at the Mem Cup, but at least Loktionov looked dangerous in the tight loss to Rimouski. The skilled Russian import had two goals in the game and was close to a third. Drafted 123rd overall by Los Angeles in…

From the Monarchs website: Russian Rookie Turning Heads

Do you remember what you were doing on May 30, 1990?  While Madonna’s Vogue was topping the charts on the radio, the Springfield Indians were battling the Rochester Americans for the Calder Cup, and Edmonton was fighting to get past Boston to hoist the Stanley Cup, and Andrei Loktionov was born on that date in Voskresensk,…

After One Game, Loktionov is AHL Player of the Week

The hat trick put up by Manchester Monarchs center Andrei Loktionov in the season opener against the Albany River Rats earned him American Hockey League Player of the Week honors for the period ending Sunday. In his pro debut Saturday, Loktionov, 19, helped Manchester to a 6-3 victory with his three goals and an assist.…

Kings Exceed Expectations Tonight

…in Manchester. Andrei Loktionov, a 19-year-old Russian making his professional hockey debut, scored three goals and had an assist to mask an invisible second period by the Monarchs, who gave away a 3-1 lead. “He’s a beautiful skater,” Manchester coach Mark Morris said. “When you watch him skate, it’s almost like he’s on a cushion…