Nashville Prospect’s Report: Eeli Tolvanen

Everyone knows about the scoring, but what comes down the road? by Eric Dunay@ERock_28 Oct 30, 2017, 12:00pm ED This is the first piece in our newly-expanded prospects coverage for On The Future and, the original, OTF. Throughout the year, we will be writing Reports such as this that will act as in-depth breakdowns of

A Year After Tragedy, Yaroslavl Clinches Playoff Birth

MOSCOW, January 21 (R-Sport) – Lokomotiv Yaroslavl has sealed a place in the KHL playoffs in its first season since a plane crash wiped out the entire team after a 4-3 victory over Donbass Donetsk. Monday night’s victory over the Ukrainians lifted to Lokomotiv 84 points, an unattainable total for those outside the playoff zone

PuckAgency Client Alexander Radulov Celebrates KHL’s Gagarin Cup

Salavat Yulaev captured the Kontinental League Gagarin Cup, the KHL’s post-season tournament, defeating Atlant Mytishchi 3-2, in Ufa Saturday to win the best-of-seven final 4-1. Andrei Taratukhin scored in the 8th minute to provide Salavat Yulaev an early lead that would stand through a scoreless second period. In the third period, with Atlant skating with

Evgeny Kuznetsov – On The Ice With A Parachute

In the article translated below, we learn even more crucial information about Kuz including his nagging shoulder injury, his thoughts on the slash Braden Holtby delivered to him during Caps Development Camp, and his experience being drafted by Washington. On top of that, we also learn about Kuznetsov’s half a year of driving without a

Evgeny Kuznetsov Talks about his Sophomore Season in the KHL and the Upcoming WJC

Traktor-centric, the blog dedicated to the KHL’s Traktor Chelyabinsk, recently spoke with the top forward of the team, Evgeny Kuznetsov, whose nine goals this season make him the team’s second leading goal scorer. Fantastic North American defenseman Deron Quint, leads the Black-and-Whites with 13. Our conversation occurred just before Zhenya’s departure for Russia’s WJC

Anton Babchuk scores in first game back

Anton Babchuk scored the lone goal for the Hurricanes in a 4-1 pre-season loss to Florida on Tuesday night. After a breakout 16 goal season in 2008-09, Babchuk spent last year in the KHL, but he’s making a return to the NHL this year and it looks like he’s going to make it count. Click