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Recap: Monsters and IceHogs Break Even on Season Series

The Rockford IceHogs beat the Cleveland Monsters, 4-2, to even up the season series. Cleveland Monsters (1) at Rockford IceHogs (4) Attendance: 3,735 Starters Monsters Hannikainen Tynan Zaar Heatherington Sifers Forsberg IceHogs Abbott Carrick Baun Svedberg Norell Johansson Goal Recap Three minutes into the game Evan Mosey was able to tap the puck...
Via The Cannon
February 17, 2017

CBJ Top 25 Under 25: #14 Daniel Zaar

Columbus selected Swedish winger Daniel Zaar with their sixth round pick, 152nd over-all, in 2012. In that draft eligible season, Zaar put up 38 points in 44 games with Rogle BK in Sweden’s under-20 junior league, which were decent but not eye-popping numbers. After bouncing around the next two seasons between the U20 league, two teams in Sweden’s secondary Allsvenskan league, and...
Via The Sports Daily
October 19, 2016  |  Discuss

CBJ Top 25 Under 25: #17 Dean Kukan

After helping Lulea win the first ever Champions Hockey League title two years ago, Dean Kukan joined Lulea teammate, Daniel Zaar, this year and headed over to the United States. Through most of the first three months of last season, Dean was a constant in the Monsters lineup, missing only four games. One can presume that the Swiss defensemen spent his first 23 games getting used...
Via The Sports Daily
October 19, 2016  |  Discuss

The Cannon Top 25 Under 25 - #16 Daniel Zaar

Looking back on the 2012 NHL draft class, it’s doubtful that anyone aside from the deepest of draft wonks recognized the name “Daniel Zaar” when the Blue Jackets selected him in the sixth round as the 212st overall pick. If you asked him, I suspect he’d be fine with that. The 22 year old Swede has built his game around getting to places he’s not expected, and making the most of...
Via The Cannon
August 19, 2016

The Never Say Die Attitude Of The Lake Erie Monsters

Just when you thought the game was out of reach for the Lake Erie Monsters as the third period clock ticked down trailing 3-2, Lake Erie was just getting started. Ryan Craig and Daniel Zaar score 2:36 apart in the last frame to help propel the Monsters to an improbable 4-3 win over the Grand Rapids Griffins in Game 2 of the Central Division Finals in the Calder Cup Playoffs. They...
Via The Hockey Writers
May 07, 2016
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