Found October 21, 2012 on
Mark Van Guilder
EKHOLM HELPS ADS END SKIDMilwaukee Earns Comeback Overtime WinHouston, TX— The Milwaukee Admirals snapped a two-game losing streak with a 5-4 overtime win at Houston Sunday night.Houston was down a man heading into overtime because Chad Rau was in the penalty box for a delay of game penalty. On the power play, Chris Mueller fed a pass to Mattias Ekholm at the point. Ekholm made his way into the slot and ripped a slapshot over the glove of goalie Matt Hackett. The game winner was scored at :51 of overtime. Mueller and Taylor Beck notched assists on the winner.The goal made Magnus Hellberg a winner in his North American debut. Hellberg stopped 16 shots, although it didn’t start the way Hellberg would want it to. The Aeros scored on the first two shots Hellberg faced.Houston scored first at 2:32 when Mikael Granlund fed Chay Genoway in the slot. Genoway’s shot went over the glove of Hellberg and into the net. Just 31 seconds later, Kris Foucault received a carom off the end wall and fl...
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Sergei Kostitsyn will be lucky if we let him back into this country or the NHL after his comments seen in a Russian newspaper in regard to the current NHL Lockout and some of its’ proudest teams, cities and fans. It is safe to say that he may no longer be one of the more popular players in the league whenever hockey does resume if/when a new collective bargaining agreement is reached...
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When Magnus Hellberg was the 2nd round draft pick of the Nashville Predators in 2011, tonight probably wasn't what he had in mind while making his first start in North America. Within 4 minutes of the start of the game, Hellberg had seen 2 shots in the American Hockey League, and both ended up in the net behind...
via Reuters at the Globe and Mail,
Nashville Predators winger Sergei Kostitsyn, who joined Russian club Avangard Omsk during a work stoppage in the National Hockey League (NHL), hopes the lockout will lead to the cancellation of the entire season.
“Let’s put it this way – it would be better (for the players) if the lockout continues,” Kostitsyn was quoted as saying...
The Globe and Mail reported Monday morning that Nashville Predators forward Sergei Kostitsyn "hopes the lockout will lead to the cancellation of the entire season." Kostitsyn is currently playing in the Kontinental Hockey League for Avangard Omsk in Russia, where he is very successful in scoring five goals, two assists in only seven games.
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Hello everyone! I welcome you today after what was an emotional roller coaster for hockey hopefuls. All of a sudden we were a throwing stone away from an 82 game season and just as suddenly we have never been further. It wasn't all bad news though; the Admirals did kick off their season last week and will be a constant source of some Preds entertainment. You can check out some...
ADMIRALS FALL TO CHARLOTTE IN HOME OPENERAds Dig Hole They Can’t Dig Out of Three-Goal DeficitMilwaukee, WI—The Milwaukee Admirals found themselves in a three-goal third-period deficit and battled back to pull within one, but couldn’t find the equalizer and dropped a 4-3 decision to the Charlotte Checkers on Friday night in their home opener for the 2012-13 season at the BMO...