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From Kelowna.com: Canada’s Teubert finds elusive comfort zone

REGINA – Colten Teubert would love to be cashing NHL paycheques right now, but he’s quick to point out that you can’t put a price on gold. When the 19-year-old defenceman failed to crack the lineup of the Los Angeles Kings this fall, he didn’t pout. Teubert diverted all his energy to the consolation prize…

From The Puck Stops Here : Kings Lead The West

Kings are getting more and more non-Kings site blogosphere attention: I don’t think anyone would have predicted that the Los Angeles Kings would be first in the West Conference in mid-December, but they are.  The Kings have a 22-14 record (with three overtime loss points) to give them 47 points.  Skeptics are quick to note…

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…

Shallow Frozen Water: MY Team Canada

From Shallow Frozen Water (blog): Based on experience and meanness, that should mean that the other shutdown defender would be Colten Teubert, who was on last year’s version. Teubert has seemingly discovered his offensive touch this year, if his 21 points in 27 WHL games are to be believed… however, I remember all too well…

Schenn, Teubert, Kozun, Deslauriers and Jones make Team Canada’s Junior Team Selection Camp Roster

GOALIES Jake Allen, Montreal (QMJHL) St. Louis, ’08 (2, 34) Matt Hackett, Plymouth (OHL) Minnesota ’09 (3, 77) Martin Jones, Calgary (WHL) L.A. ’08 (FA/JA) Olivier Roy, Cape Breton (QMJHL) Edmonton ’09 (5, 133) DEFENCE Jared Cowen, Spokane (WHL) Ottawa ’09 (1, 9) Calvin de Haan, Oshawa (OHL) NY Islanders ’09 (1, 12) Nicholas Deslauriers,…

S-Kings alive and kicking

First-round draft pick Colten Teubert of White Rock, taken 13th overall by Los Angeles in 2008, paid Ontario head coach Karl Taylor a nice compliment when in Victoria last Wednesday for the WHL-Russia game. The highly-regarded world junior gold-medallist rearguard Teubert said he learned a lot from Taylor during a 14-game stint with the Reign…

Not your everyday all-star game

Captaining the WHL team tonight will be defenceman Colten Teubert of the Regina Pats, a Los Angeles Kings first-round draft pick, who has already seen pro action with the Kings’ ECHL-affiliate Ontario Reign. “We haven’t had much time together, but there’s a lot of talent on this Team WHL, so it’s about trusting each other…