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Still no Voynov; Monarchs Camp Day 1

New Hampshire Union Leader: Monarchs Roster Takes Shape

[…] Nolan and Loktionov arrived in town this past week to report to Monarchs training camp. Voynov, however, did not and his status remains a mystery.

It was rumored that Loktionov might opt to go play back home in the KHL in Russia and that could be where Voynov ends up. But for now, the 22-year-old Loktionov, who played in 39 NHL regular season games and two playoff games, is here and he wants to play hockey.

“Here, I just I need to play my best game,” Loktionov said. “I played 30 games. I think it’s good for me to take it step-by-step, one game, then 20 games, then 40 games. Hopefully I will play this year a full season.”

Training Camp Opens on Saturday

The Monarchs Training Camp roster consists of 16 forwards: Andy Andreoff, Marc-Andre Cliche, Richard Clune, Robbie Czarnik, Justin Johnson, Brandon Kozun, Stefan Legein, Andrei Loktionov [AWOL in KHL – Q], David Meckler, Jordan Nolan, Brian O’Neill, Tanner Pearson, Nikolay Prokhorkin [status unknown -Q], Tyler Toffoli, Linden Vey and Jordan Weal.  There are also seven defensemen on the roster: Andrew Bodnarchuk, Andrew Campbell, Nick Deslauriers, Thomas Hickey, David Kolomatis, Jake Muzzin and Slava Voynov.  Netminders J.F. Berube and Martin Jones round out the Monarchs Training Camp roster.

Shorter RudyKelly, and looking into AHL streaming

Because there is a lock-out coming and because I don’t have anything better to do, I took RudyKelly’s even-handed and well-reasoned commentary ont he “on-going” CBA negotiations, and ran it through Microsoft Word’s auto-summarize tool. I told Word to reduce it to a ten sentence summary. This is the result. RudyKelly: F the Owners Hey, owners: fuck…

People have asked: why keep Jonathan Bernier?

Mixed in with the initial tweets announcing Jonathan Quick’s pending mega-deal was this: Next move the #LAKINGS will be to trade Jonathan Bernier who has asked to be moved. #devils #Leafs #blackhawks all possibilties June 28, 2012 1:34 PM via webReplyRetweetFavorite @andystrickland Andy Strickland Lisa Dillman, the voice of reason: Again, this does not mean…

How did these Kings get here in the first place?

None of the eleven players mentioned were undrafted UFA signings, although Lombardi has gone that route several times, most notably with Matt Moulson and Teddy Purcell (since departed), Martin Jones, Kevin Westgarth and Davis Drewiske.

Here’s how the current Kings got here, in order of arrival:

Monarchs v. Admirals, Game 3 tonight

Manchester and Norfolk are tied 1-1 in their best-of-five series. Ian Clark’s On Hockey: A big night in NH and Boston | New Hampshire SPORTS Due to scheduling issues in Norfolk, the top-ranked Admirals played Game 1 and 2 in Virginia. But Game 3 tonight, Game 4 Friday and Game 5 (if needed on Saturday)…

Vey (x2), Czarnik, Kozun and Andreoff even series

Monarchs top Admirals, knot series | Union Leader Linden Vey scored two goals and the Manchester Monarchs snapped the Norfolk Admirals’ 29-game winning streak with a 5-2 victory in Norfolk during the Eastern Conference quarterfinals on Saturday. The win ties the best-of-five series at one game apiece and gives the eighth-seeded Monarchs the upper hand…

From The Calgary Sun: Canada a crunchin’ bunch

Team Canada has plenty of tournament time to prove they can light the lamp. Last night’s exhibition tilt against Team Finland at the Saddledome was all about sending a message with their shoulders — and maybe the occasional elbow, too. The result was a bunch of battle-weary Finns not keen on carrying the puck any…

Jones, Teubert, Kozun and Schenn make Canada WJC roster

Canada has finalized its 22-man roster for the upcoming world junior hockey championship. Team Canada 2010 roster Player Age Ht. Wt. 2009-10 team GOALTENDERS Jake Allen 19 6’1 180 Montreal (QMJHL) Martin Jones 19 6’4 193 Calgary (WHL) DEFENCE Jared Cowan 18 6’5 220 Spokane (WHL) Calvin de Haan 18 6’0 184 Oshawa (OHL) Ryan…