Sometime during forward Andrei Kostitsyn’s Montreal Canadiens career, he earned the nickname AK-46. It was a relatively clever play on his initials, uniform number and the AK-27 moniker of teammate Alexei Kovalev. And, just as with Kovalev, the Canadiens should stay the hell away from him from here on out. As with Kovalev as recently as this past season, Kostitsyn and his younger...
Via The Hockey Writers
May 13, 2016
By David Rogers The last time we saw Andrei Kostitsyn, he was suspended for two games by the Nashville Predators during the 2012 postseason for missing curfew along with teammate Alexander Radulov. Shortly after the Predators were eliminated, both Kostitsyn and Radulov left the NHL and returned to Russia. Now, Kostitsyn is ready to return to the NHL, and he’s not picky about...
A familiar name is reportedly interested in returning to the NHL. According to Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston, Andrei Kostitsyn is looking to come back to the NHL after spending the last four seasons skating in the KHL. Though he’s interested in a return, Kostitsyn is only pursuing a one-year contract. Andrei Kostitsyn wants to return to the NHL after four years in Russia. Believed...
PRAGUE (AP) Belarus clinched the last spot in the quarterfinals of the hockey world championship by beating Norway 3-2 Tuesday. Captain Alexei Kalyuzhny, Dmitri Korobov and Andrei Kostitsyn all scored power-play goals to help Belarus reach the quarterfinals for the second straight year. Belarus will face Canada on Thursday in the next round. The Canadians wrapped up the group stage...
Via Associated Press
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