Found January 23, 2012 on
The Last Angry Fan:
If people didn’t know beforehand about the fishing line, I dare say they’d think that there was some sorcery afoot. Still, that was a pretty clever trick by Vladimir Tarasenko of Team Sergei Fedorov in the KHL Skills Competition. Totally unfair, but clever nonetheless.
All in favor of abolishing every professional hockey All-Star game and replacing it with nothing but a skills competition raise your hand. I promise it’ll be more of this type of trickery and fun, and less of the high scoring, yet completely boring, All-Star games we’ve come to know and hate.
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I think this one deserves a post. Check out this unbelievable goal scored during the KHL's skills competition by Vladimir Tarasenko. Tarasenko is the number one St. Louis Blues prospect and is currently playing for SKA St. Petersburg in the Kontinental Hockey League. The former 16th overall pick shows his creativety skills and makes the opposing goalie look like a fool on this...
Admit it - their All-Star jerseys are nicer than the NHL's've been in years.
This past weekend was the KHL's all star game, and much like the NHL they have the perfunctory skills competition. The trick shot of course was worked in to this, because fans like seeing players do nifty things with sticks and pucks without embarrassing the goaltender during a game or shootout...
The CHL is not a particularly well-known hockey league but after the skills competition held during the all star break that media profile is getting lifted a little bit. That's because Vladimir Tarasenko had one of the most remarkable shootout goals I've ever seen.Skating towards the net Tarasenko seems to lose control of the puck momentarily, with it slipping away from...
We've all heard the expression "that guy had the puck on a string", and usually it's when we're talking about something insane that Detroit Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk has done.
Today, however, we mean it in the actually "that guy really did have the puck on an actual string".
You might know Vladimir Tarasenko as the St. Louis Blues' first...
'Tricky' shot by Vladimir Tarasenko h/t Fark
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from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, Evgeni Malkin’s dominance absent Sidney Crosby’s presence in Pittsburgh is reminiscent of the way Sergei Fedorov would take command in Detroit whenever Steve Yzerman was sidelined.
Malkin, meanwhile, continues to be the league’s sneakiest dirtiest player, enabled by officials who continue to allow him to go scot-free for plays such as the...