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2006 Russian Super League (Russia)
(09/01/2005-05/01/2006)
Regular Season/Playoff Coverage:  News and Articles | Box Scores | Standings
Regular Season Stats: Player/Goalie | Playoff Stats: Player/Goalie
08/17/2006 Former Penguin Konstantin Koltsov signs with club in Russia

Former Pittsburgh Penguins forward Konstantin Koltsov signed a new contract with Super League (Russia 1) club HC Salavat Yulayev from Ufa, Russia. The young forward started the preseason with another Russian club, HC Ak Bars, but after being unable to come to terms with the team, he accepted an enticing offer from Ufa. The club appears to have received instant dividends, as Koltsov has played very strongly at the preseason Lada club, including a two goal performance against his former HC Ak Bars.
08/17/2006 Evgeny Malkin found! Malkin called Magnitogorsk and said he is well (Soviet Sport article)
08/16/2006 Gennadi Velichkin: Stealing Malkin is sports terrorism!
08/16/2006 Sergei Issakov: It’s like Evgeny is under hypnosis (Evgeny Malkin Pittsburgh Penguins)
08/14/2006 Gennadi Ushakov: I have no idea to where my client dissappeared (Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins))
08/10/2006 Hockey Star Malkin Offers Lock-Down Dinners at Prison-Themed Restaurant
08/06/2006 Timofei Shishkanov (St. Louis Blues) may return to Russia for a season
08/05/2006 Evgeny Artukhin (Tampa Bay Lightning) signs deal in Russia
07/27/2006 Pavel Vorobiev (Chicago Blackhawks) signs insurance deal with Khimik

Pavel Vorobiev (Chicago Blackhawks) signed a contract with Russian Super League club HC Khimik (Vosskresensk) in what is likely to be an back up option to his return to the NHL. The young forward made his first full-fledged NHL debut last year and while his season was uneven, he delivered a strong performance, especially early, in the NHL. Late in the season, when it became clear that the Blackhawks club was not making the playoffs, Vorobiev was sent down to the AHL in what was partially a money saving effort due to his two way contact and finished the season with the Norfolk Admirals. Vorobiev remains Chicago Blackhawks property.
07/11/2006 Vadim Khomitsky (Dallas Stars): CSKA does not set any ambitious goals and it’s time for me to start winning

Vadim Khomitsky discusses the prospects of him signing a deal with the Dallas Stars. He also touches upon the situation that surrounded his departure from HC CSKA, as well as his current contracting standing with Super League's HC Khimik. READ MORE
07/11/2006 Vadim Khomitsky continues to be on track to join the Dallas Stars
07/11/2006 Arseny Bondarev (New Jersey Devils) signs tryout deal with Soviet Wings
07/06/2006 Colorado Avalanche goalie signs deal in Russia
07/06/2006 Nikolai Lemtyugov (St. Louis Blues) traded to HC Severstal
07/04/2006 Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets) chooses Khimik
07/04/2006 Alexander Svitov returning to Columbus with a 1 year deal
07/01/2006 Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators) staying put with Dynamo
07/01/2006 Dmitri Kazionov (Tampa Bay Lightning) on the move to Kazan
06/29/2006 Grigori Misharin (Minnesota Wild) returning to HC Dynamo
06/26/2006 HC Lada locks down Vorobiev (Toronto Maple Leafs), Bodrov (Philadelphia Flyers) and Alexei Emelin (Montreal Canadiens)
06/26/2006 Igor Grigorenko (Detroit Red Wings) going to arbitration court
06/22/2006 Vyacheslav Buravchikov (Buffalo Sabres) signs with Ak Bars
06/21/2006 Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators) still without a club
06/21/2006 Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) signing reports premature

Reports indicating that Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) signed with the NHL club appear to be premature as this was denied by the player’s representation and the club management. However, the two sides continue to negotiate and will likely come to an agreement shortly.
06/20/2006 Nikolai Zherdev (Columbus Blue Jackets) signs insurance deal with Khimik
06/20/2006 Evgeny Malkin finally signs with the Pittsburgh Penguins
06/20/2006 Enver Lisin (Phoenix Coyotes) on his way to America
06/19/2006 Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets) released by Avangard
06/04/2006 Enver Lisin's (Phoenix Coyotes) agent and coach comment regarding signing
06/03/2006 Enver Lisin signs with the Phoenix Coyotes

Enver Lisin signed a three year entry level contract with the Phoenix Coyotes. The young forward has spent the last two seasons skating for Ak Bars (Kazan) in the Russian Super League, establishing himself as one of the league’s top young talents. The quick forward was drafted by Phoenix in the second round of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, which in a lot of ways was a steal of a pick when considering his projection of being a sure first round selection. Now, the main remaining road block between Lisin and Phoenix is the lack of an agreement between the NHL and the Russian hockey governing body, meaning that the NHL club will have to negotiate the player’s transfer directly with Ak Bars.
06/02/2006 Vladimir Gusev (Chicago Blackhawks) returns home

Vladimir Gusev (Chicago Blackhawks) will return home next season after spending the past three seasons in the North American minors, primarily in the ECHL. The young defender was highly touted before the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, but was selected by Chicago only in the fourth round, 115th overall. He arrived in North America two seasons after the draft, but unfortunately his first season was his most successful, as he was unable to make much of a name at the AHL level since the 2003-04 season. In Russia, Vladimir Gusev signed a deal with Lokomotiv (Yaroslavl), a club well know for successfully bringing back Russians from the North American minor leagues, with the recent successes including Alexander Ryazantsev (Washington Capitals) and Petr Schastlivy (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
06/02/2006 Mikhail Tulyapkin (Minnesota Wild) not with Lokomotiv, but with Kazan
06/02/2006 Ruslan Zainullin (Calgary Flames) signs with Lada
05/31/2006 Andrei Shefer (Los Angeles Kings) leaves Cherepovets

Andrei Shefer (Los Angeles Kings) has become one of the newest member of Moscow’s CSKA Red Army club. The 81 born center turned defenseman leaves Severstal in Cherepovets after a four year stay with the club. Interestingly, the young player started his career as a forward, skating as such for the Halifax Mooseheads during the 99-00 season after being selected by the Kings in the second round of the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. However, upon his return to Russia he first skated defense when his club SKA did not have enough blue liners and then was converted to this role by the coaching staff. The Los Angeles Kings likely have another year to sign the 25 year old defenseman, as there is currently no agreement between the NHL and the Russian hockey governing body, making Russia players exempt from the NHLPA restrictions on European players until an agreement is reached.
05/30/2006 Anton Khudobin (Minnesota Wild) returning home

Saskatoon Blades star goaltender Anton Khudobin (Minnesota Wild) is returning to Russia for the 2005-06 season. He will play backup to Metallurg’s starting netminder Travis Scott, who signed a two year agreement during the summer of 2005. The back up spot is all but secured for Khudobin after the club parted ways with it’s former backup and Team Ukraine starting goalie Konstantin Simchuk. The young netminder spent the 2005-06 campaign in the Canadian junior leagues and after an uneven start became one of the club’s top players down the stretch. His move back Russia does not come as a surprise, since his move to North America was regarded by some as a maneuver by the Super League club Metallurg to attaint it’s young star goaltender of the future a venue to receive effective coaching and a lot of playing time. He received both in Saskatoon, which is more than he could have done in Russia as a third string goalie with Metallurg. Additionally, his stint in the WHL also helped prepare Khudobin for his last U20 WJC tournament, though the young netminder did not deliver a solid performance in Vancouver, his play did significantly improve afterwards for Saskatoon. It is currently unclear whether Khudobin will return to North America to attend Minnesota Wild’s training camp.
05/26/2006 Former Chicago Blackhawks forward Radulov signs with Novokuznetsk
05/16/2006 Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) signs with Khimik

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) has signed a new contract with Super League club Khimik. The move largely nullifies the previous rumors regarding Colorado’s Vitaly Kolesnik being Khimik bound, as Koshechkin is slated to be the club’s starter after a stellar 2005-06 season with Lada. The move makes complete sense for both parties, as Koshechkin returns to the club president and head coach who have raised him and is accompanied by a significant number of Lada’s impact players in the move from Togliatti to the Moscow region. The 2 meter giant delivered a career performance last season and even merited his first ever invitation to Russia’s national team prior to the World Championships. Recently signed St. Louis Blues prospect Konstantin Barulin will likely be competing with Koshechkin for the starting job but considering the club’s management and coaching staff largely coming from Togliatti, the starting job is Koshechkin’s to lose.
05/15/2006 Sergei Soin (Colorado Avalanche): I didn't go to America because I wasn't confident in myself.
05/12/2006 Barulin (St. Louis Blues) signs with Super League club

Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues) has signed a what is likely a one year contract with Super League club Khimik from Vosskresensk. Khimik has been in need of goaltending depth, as the club chose not to resign the former starter Dushan Saflitsky, backup Yegorov, and currently has both of the goaltending positions up for grabs. The young netminder has split goaltending duties for Spartak this season with Tyler Moss in net for Moscow’s Super League club Spartak. It is unclear whether the contract features a NHL
05/12/2006 Grigorenko (Detroit) not going anywhere
05/10/2006 Russians edge Slovakia to win Group C (IHWC.net recap)

Russia beat out Slovakia to secure a top spot in Group C at the 2006 World Championships. The game was won with a one timer mid throuhg the third period when Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers) redirected Alexander Semin's (Washington Capitals) one timer.
05/08/2006 Dmitri Semin (St. Louis Blues) moves on from Spartak
05/06/2006 Mikhail Tulyapkin (Minnesota Wild) jumps to HC Lokomotiv
04/27/2006 Maxim Sushinsky considering the Rangers
04/27/2006 Yuri Dobryshkin (Atlanta Thrashers) a free agent
04/25/2006 Pavel Rosa (Los Angeles Kings) returns to Russia
04/22/2006 Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets) on the move to Siberia
04/22/2006 Rumor Central: Mikhail Tulyapkin (Minnesota Wild) courted by Lokomotiv
04/20/2006 Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets): Nobody plays better than Morozov! (Sport-Express Interview)
04/18/2006 Web Site News: Stats updated throught the end of the playoffs
04/17/2006 Maxim Sushinski: I'm 99% sure that I will go to the NHL (Sport-Express Interview)

Former Minnesota Wild forward Maxim Sushinsky disusses his transfer to Dynamo from Avangard, Dynamo’s financial difficulties, and his NHL future in an interview with Sport-Express newspaper correspondent Pavel Stryzhevsky. READ MORE
04/16/2006 Ak Bars - Super League Champions!!!

Despite the penalties and no longer having the home advantage, Ak Bars clinched the Super League championship with a convincing victory, shutting out Avangard in just three games. The Morozov - Zinovjev READ MORE
04/14/2006 Finals Game 2 - Avangard on brink of elimination (Box Score)

Ak Bars has Avangard against the wall after a close victory where former NHL goaltender Fred Breathwaite delivered his best game of the playoffs, recording a shutout and assisting on Kazan’s clinching goal when his rebound sailed to Alexander Stepanov. READ MORE
04/12/2006 Vladimir Gorbunov (New York Islanders) extends contract with HC MVD
04/12/2006 Artem Chubarov (Vancouver Canucks) injures knee
04/12/2006 Finals: Amazing Nikulin leads Kazan - scores 3rd in 3 games!

Enver Lisin (Phoenix Coyotes) put Kazan ahead 2:1 in the first minutes of the second period with a great wrist shot, catching Norm Maracle by surprise from behind an Avangard defenseman. Atlanta Thrashers defensive prospect Ilya Nikulin broke Avangard’s back with Kazan’s third goal. With an Avangard player on him, Nikulin skated into a lane and put a slap shot right on target. Curiously this was Ilya Nikulin’s third goal in as many playoff games (!), with the last two coming in the latter two contests of the semifinals. READ MORE
04/10/2006 Dmitri Pestunov (Phoenix Coyotes) injured during the playoffs
04/06/2006 Semifinals - Avangard beats Metallurg in another nailbiter (Box Score)
04/06/2006 Playoff Results and Standings thus far (Click to Expand)
04/06/2006 Semifinals - Avangard beats out Malkin's (Pittsburgh Penguins) Metallurg!
04/05/2006 Lokomotiv trounced, eliminated by Ak Bars (Kazan) (Box Score)
04/05/2006 Mikhail Lyubushin (Los Angeles Kings) suffers injury
04/04/2006 Playoff Results and Standings thus far (Click to Expand)
04/04/2006 Playoffs Semifinals #3: Metallurg a game from elimination

Kiril Koltsov (Vancouver Canucks) enjoyed his best game of the season, scoring Avangard’s first goal and his 12th of the season by being in the right place to collect the puck from a Metallurg defenseman and sending a precise shot through the five hole. Metallurg came back roaring with two goals, but allowed Avangard to come back with a minute left in the game and then former Los Angeles Kings and Nashville Predators forward Vitaly Yachmenev won it for Avangard just over a minute into the playoffs. READ MORE
04/03/2006 Playoffs Semifinals #1: Enver Lisin (Phoenix) leads Kazan to victory
04/03/2006 Playoffs Semifinals #2: Metallurg overpowers Avangard to tie series

Metallurg evened up the series with Avangard, but it was a victory that almost did not happen, as Metallurg squandered a commanding three goal lead. However, the hosts won the game off a READ MORE
04/03/2006 Who needed all this?

Article by Ruslan Salikhov regarding the Alexei Emelin (Montreal Canadiens) incident that occcurred during the Super League playoffs in the second match between Metallurg and Lada. The article is published courtesy of the Russian Hockey Digest. READ MORE
04/01/2006 Playoff Results and Standings thus far (Click to Expand)
03/31/2006 Playoffs Semifinals #1: Avangard wins in a thriller

St. Louis defensive prospect Nikita Nikitin (St.Louis Blues) scored the game winning overtime goal after his shot hits the boards behind the net, then lands on sprawled out Travis Scott, and then finally rolls into the net. Artem Chubarov (Vancouver Canucks) one timed Avangard’s first goal into Metallurg’s net. Both Canadian goalies Travis Scott and Norm Maracle played very strong games. READ MORE
03/30/2006 Andrey Taratukhin: What a thriller that was!

A short interview of Andrei Taratukhin (Calgary Flames) after his Lokomotiv's victory against Khimik (Vosskresensk) in the Super League (Russia 1) quarterfinals. The interview was conducted by the Soviet Sport correspondent Dmitri Ponamorenko READ MORE
03/29/2006 Web Site News: Playoff Results and Standings updated!
03/28/2006 Criminal case against Alexei Emelin (Montreal Canadiens) called off
03/28/2006 Playoff Quarterfinals #4: Lokomotiv and Metallurg move on (Box Scores)

Metallurg finally eliminates Lada in four games after surprisingly dropping the first game of the best of five series. Khimik drops out of the playoffs when Lokomotiv’s defenseman Ilya Gorokhov sends a slap shot sailing past Dushan Saflicky with just over 30 seconds left in overtime. READ MORE
03/28/2006 Alexei Emelin: I didn't even hit him, I just pushed him away

Montreal Canadiens defensive prospect Alexei Emelin discusses the unfortunate incident that left Metallurg defenseman and captain Evgeny Varlamov with a concussion during the second game between Metallurg and Emelin’s Lada. The interview was conducted by Sport Express newspaper correspondent Yuri Golishak. READ MORE
03/27/2006 Video of the Alexei Emelin (Montreal Canadiens) incident
03/27/2006 Playoff Quarterfinals #3: Salavat and CSKA eliminated! (Box Scores)

Dmitri Yushkevich and Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) overpower Lada to take lead in series. The Morozov READ MORE
03/27/2006 Emelin (Montreal) suspended for 5 games, Varlamov continues to recover
03/26/2006 Playoff Quarterfinals #3: Salavat and CSKA eliminated!
03/25/2006 Playoff Quarterfinals #2: Yushkevich nets a hattrick!

Metallurg crushes Lada 7:0 with NHL veteran Dmitri Yushkevich earning a hattrick, while Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) scored a double and assisted on two more goals. Avangard blew out CSKA for the second game in a row, with only Alexander Nikulin (Ottawa Senators) getting on the board for CSKA. READ MORE
03/24/2006 Varlamov regains consciousness, Emelin (Montreal) suspended indefinitely
03/24/2006 Denis Denisov (Buffalo Sabres) sidelined by a leg injury
03/23/2006 Andrei Zubarev (Atlanta Thrashers) sidelined by injury
03/23/2006 Alexei Emelin (Montreal Canadiens) involved in a serious on ice altercation
03/23/2006 Playoffs Quarterfinals Games 1: Lada upsets Metallurg! (Box Score)

In an unlikely turn of events, the financially strapped, youthful Lada upset the veteran filled "super club" Metallurg behind the strong performance of goaltender Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) in the opening game of the Super League quarterfinals. Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers) was instrumental in helping Lokomotiv defeat Khimik. READ MORE
03/20/2006 Playoffs Round of 16 Game 5: Khimik moves on in 5 games (Box Score)
03/19/2006 playoff statistics updated through first four games of 1/16 Round!
03/19/2006 Web Site News: Standings updated through the end of the regular season!
03/18/2006 Playoffs Round of 16 Games 4: Champions dethroned! (Box Scores)

Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers) carries Lokomotiv into the quarterfinals with a two goal performance. Young and cash strapped Lada overpowers the 2005 Super League champions behind the leadership and stellar play of Alexander Buturlin (Montreal Canadiens) and Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) to advance. Sergei Zinovjev (Boston Bruins) ties the game late, dashing HC MVD’s hope of prolonging the series against his Ak Bars. READ MORE
03/17/2006 Playoffs Round of 16 Games 3 Box Scores
03/16/2006 Playoffs Round of 16 Games 1 and 2 Box Scores and Recaps

Metallurg Mg., Lokomotiv, Avangard and Ak Bars are rolling along to the quarterfinals, while CSKA and last year's champion Dynamo stumbled at the start line. Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) and Alexei Morozov (NHL Free Agent) are dominating the action, while Ilya Nikulin (Atlanta Thrashers) continues to shine for Ak Bars Kazan , scoring his 10th tally of the season, which puts him third amongst the league's defensmen in goals and eighth in scoring! READ MORE
03/14/2006 Tour 54: The regular season ends (Box Scores and Lineups)
03/13/2006 Tour 53: Rudenko (Philadelphia) and Nepriayev (Washington) enjoy 4 and 3 point games! (Box Scores and Lineups)
03/12/2006 Tour 52: Alexander Bumagin shines for Lada

Alexander Bumagin (2006 NHL Entry Draft) continues to help the young Lada squad make the playoff push with his performance. Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) continues right where he left off before the Olympics with two assists. Konstantin Glazachev (Nashville Predators) makes his return to the Super League after suffering a serious injury earlier in the season. READ MORE
03/07/2006 Web Site News: Super League player statistics updated through Tour 50!
03/06/2006 Ilya Nikulin (Atlanta Thrashers): I am happy with everything in Kazan

Ilya Nikulin discusses his hockey career, as well as the details of his transfer from Dynamo Moscow to Ak Bars Kazan. The interview was conducted by Gennadi Ziryanov (Sport-Ataka, Novosibirsk Newspaper). READ MORE
03/06/2006 Tour 51: Rudenko (Philadelphia Flyers) and Nepriayev (Washington Capitals) lead Lokomotiv to victory
03/02/2006 Sergei Zinovjev (Boston Bruins) cleared of doping charge
02/22/2006 Denis Platonov (Nashville Predators): In half a year, Nikolaev taught me a lot
02/21/2006 Stanislav Chistov (Anaheim Mighty Ducks): I'm not done with NHL yet
02/19/2006 Alexei Glukhov (Tampa Bay Lightning): Alexei Glukhov (Tampa Bay Lightning): Canada will win the Olympics!
02/10/2006 Tour 49: Kazan trounces Omsk 9:3 (Box Scores and Lineups)
02/10/2006 Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguin): Let Morozov Be The Top Sniper Because Metallurg Is a Champion!

Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Evgeny Malkin speaks to All of Hockey/Football magazine’s correspondent Evgeny Sukhoroslov regarding his success in Russia, the championship aspirations of his Super League club, and his expectations from the Olympic games in Turin, Italy. READ MORE
02/06/2006 Tour 48: Rudenko (Philadelphia) leads Lokomotiv (Box Scores and Lineups)

Konstantin Rudenko (Philadelphia Flyers) scores a couple of goals earning Lokomotiv a point in a tie with CSKA. Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) keeps Ak Bars at bay to help his club earn a point in the tie. Former Los Angeles Kings goaltending prospect Alexei Volkov earns shutout for Vityaz against Spartak. READ MORE
02/05/2006 Web Site News: Super League player statistics updated through today!
02/05/2006 Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators): I Don’t Believe Anything Any More! (Soviet Sport Interview)
02/03/2006 Stanislav Chistov (Anaheim Mighty Ducks) out with a pulled groin
02/02/2006 Tour 47: Zainullin (Calgary) finds scoring touch (Box Scores and Lineups)

Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers) leads Lokomotiv to victory with two goals. Igor Volkov (New York Islanders) carries his team Salavat Yulayev to a 4:0 victory with a hattrick, scoring his 16th, 17th and 18th goals. Ruslan Zainullin (Calgard Flames) rediscovers his scoring touch, scoring his 4th and 5th goals of the season.
02/01/2006 Former U20 squad head coach Vladimir Plyuschev fired by Severstal
01/30/2006 Tour 46: Kulyash earns a hattrick! (Box Scores and Lineups)
01/30/2006 Web Site News: Super League statistics updated through Tour 46!
01/29/2006 Viktor Stepanets (HC Lada junior farm club head coach): We Are Counting On Youth
01/29/2006 Former U20 Russian National Team Head Coach Vladimir Plyuschev: Coach Plyuschev is Ashamed
01/27/2006 Tour 44: Mozyakin earns a hattrick! (Box Scores and Lineups)
01/20/2006 Tour 43: Topol (Vancouver) scors first of season (Box Scores and Lineups)
01/18/2006 All-Star Game Invitees anounced!
01/17/2006 Tour 42: Taratukhin leads Lokomotiv (Box Scores and Lineups)

Andrei Taratukhin (Calgary Flames), Ivan Tkachenko (Columbus Blue Jackets) each netted two goals, while Anton But (Tampa Bay Lightning) collected three assists in Lokomotiv’s 8:3 trouncing of SKA. Young forward Gennadi Stolyarov (Detroit Red Wings) skated in a couple of contests for struggling Dynamo, while the club also gave former Tampa Bay Lightning goaltending prospect Evgeny Konstantinov a chance between the pipes against the lowly Molot. READ MORE
01/12/2006 Tour 41: Rudenko (Philadelphia) nets pair (Box Scores and Lineups)
01/11/2006 Web Site News: Super League statistics updated through Tour 41! Please let us know if there is anyone you would like added.
01/11/2006 Tour 40: Kaigorodov (Ottawa) leads Magnitagorsk (Box Scores and Lineups)
01/06/2006 Tour 39: Semin (St. Louis) nets a hat trick (Box Scores and Lineups)

Dmitri Semin (St. Louis Blues) nets a hat trick for Spartak (Moscow), while Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues) plays well for the club in net. Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets) helps embarrass Severstal in a 5:1 victory. READ MORE
01/03/2006 Tour 38: Nikulin (Ottawa) enjoys 3 point game (Box Scores and Lineups)
12/29/2005 Web Site News: Super League statistics updated through Tour 37! Please let us know if there is anyone you would like added.
12/28/2005 Tour 37: Anton But leads Lokomotiv (Box Scores|Lineups)

Anton But (Tampa Bay Lightning) carries Lokomotiv to a tie with two goals and an assist. Andrei Posnov (New Jersey Devils) transfer to SKA pays quick dividends do his new club, as the young forward scores the game winning goal just 22 seconds into overtime. READ MORE
12/27/2005 Vasily Koshechkin: Vorobiev has nose for prospects

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) discusses in a Soviet Sport interview the huge upswing in his career he has enjoyed since becoming Lada's starting goaltender. He also touches upon his Russian National team aspirations and Lada head coach Petr Vorobiev's defensively minded hockey system. READ MORE
12/27/2005 Tour 36: Denis Grot beats former club (Box Scores and Lineups)

Denis Grot (Vancouver Canucks) earned the first star of the game with a goal and an assist against his former club, Yaroslavl’s Lokomotiv. Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues) also delivered a strong performance in that contest, stopping 22 of 24 shots he faced. A change of scenery may have just what Philadelphia Flyers prospects Alexander Drozdetsky and Konstantin Baranov needed, as the pair scored SKA St. Petersburg’s only goals in a 2:0 victory over Lada. READ MORE
12/26/2005 Alexander Drozdetsky (Philadelphia Flyers) suffers a knee strain
12/22/2005 Web Site News: Super League statistics updated through Tour 35!
12/22/2005 Tour 35: Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) plays last game (Box Scores and Lineups)

Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) plays last Super League game before U20 WJC. Young 2006 NHL Entry Draft players make debuts for Lada (Togliatti) and CSKA (Moscow) in the absence of the clubs’ top young talent, who are attending the U20 World Junior Championships in Canada. READ MORE
12/16/2005 Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers): Tell me how a stamp in a (marriage) passport can affect my hockey career?! (Ves Hokkei/Football Interview)

Edmonton Oilers prospect Alexei Mikhnov reflects regarding his recent success with Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, his Russian national team aspirations, and his relationship with Lokomotiv head coach Vladimir Yurzinov in an interview with Ves Hokkei’s Yana Strauss. READ MORE
12/15/2005 Konstantin Baranov (Philadelphia Flyers) released by Dynamo, joins SKA
12/15/2005 Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) released by Dynamo
12/14/2005 Konstantin Glazachev (Nashville Predators) suffers strange off ice injury

Konstantin Glazachev (Nashville Predators) suffered an off ice injury, cutting the midsection stomach area of his body. The injury appeared to have been administered with a sharp object. The young forward underwent surgery at a local Yaroslavl hospital and the doctors claim that the surgery was successful. The doctors further added that the young forward needs 10 days bed rest before returning to any physical exercise, but that he will also make a full recovery. Glazachev currently resides at the hospital in his own room. It is unclear what was the cause of the injury, and there are currently conflicting versions circulating through the Russian media.
12/12/2005 Web Site News: Super League club standings updated through Tour 33!
12/10/2005 Tour 34: Igor Grigorenko earns top start of game (Box Scores and Lineups)

Young Lada squad earns another win behind Alexander Buturlin (Montreal Canadiens) and Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning). Igor Grigorenko (Detroit Red Wings) shines for Severstal, helping the squad earn a rare win, having a hand in both of the club’s goals. READ MORE
12/10/2005 Web Site News: Super League statistics updated through Tour 33!
12/10/2005 Vitaly Kolesnik makes successful NHL debut with Colorado
12/09/2005 Tour 33: Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh) delivers victory for Magnitka (Box Scores and Lineups)

Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) enjoys a three point game, leading Metallurg to victory. Igor Volkov (New York Islanders) net 11th and 12th for Ufa to tie Neftkhimik. Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) continues to struggle for Khimik in the club’s rare win against Dynamo (Moscow) READ MORE
12/06/2005 Tour 32: Buturlin (Montreal) leads young Lada to come back victory. (Box Scores and Lineups)

Dmitri Kazionov (Tampa Bay Lightning) pays Dynamo instant dividends in a losing effort. Artem Chubarov (Vancouver Canucks) scores his measly fifth of the season, but second in his last two games. Lada returns back on the horse after previous tour’s trouncing with 3:2 overtime come from behind victory over Spartak, with Alexander Buturlin (Montreal Canadiens) netting the two regulation tallies for the club. READ MORE
12/05/2005 Tour 31: Malkin (Pittsburgh) carries Metallurg! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) enjoys a four point game scoring two and adding two assists for Metallurg. Dynamo continues to struggle to win thanks to Igor Grigorenko’s (Detroit Red Wings) equalizer with just over 5 minutes left in the contest. Kazan’s top line consisting of Alexei Morozov (NHL R. Free Agent), Zinovjev (Boston Bruins) and Danis Zaripov remains hot, combining for five of Kazan’s 8 goals in the rout of Sibir. READ MORE
11/30/2005 Chicago Blackhawks are Taking Spartak's Forward Yakubov (Interview)
11/30/2005 Mikhail Yakubov coming back to Chicago

The Chicago Blackhawks announced today that the club has come to terms with restricted free agent Mikhail Yakubov, who has spent the season thus far skating in Russia for Moscow RSL club Spartak. Thus far, the young forward has 12 points (5 goals and 7 assists) in 29 games, ranking fourth on the squad in overall scoring, goals and assists. Yakubov has already left Russia and is expected to join Chicago’s lineup some time next week.
11/29/2005 Super League statistics updated through Tour 30!
11/28/2005 Tour 28: Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) again leads Lada to victory! (Box Scores and Lineups)

The youngsters from Togliatti hold the fort again, beating Molot 3:2 behind solid goaltending by Valisly Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) ! Alexander Vasyunov (2006 NHL Entry Draft) makes Super League debut! Nikolai Lemtyugov (St. Louis Blues) and Igor Volkov (New York Islanders) duel to the end, as Salavat Yulayev beats CSKA (Moscow) in an intense contest. READ MORE
11/25/2005 Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) finds way back to Dynamo
11/25/2005 Tour 28: Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) adds another shutout! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) shines again, delivering another shutout behind the weakened Lada (Togliatti) squad. Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets) scores his 9th of the season. Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) remains silent on Khimik’s third line. READ MORE
11/23/2005 Web Site News: Super League goalie statistics updated through Tour 26!
11/22/2005 Pittsburgh Penguins place Konstantin Koltsov on waivers
11/21/2005 Tour 27 Game Recaps: Lisin (Phoenix) carries Kazan (Box Scores and Lineups)

Ivan Nepriayev (Washington Capitals) saves Lokomotiv with last second goal. Enver Lisin (Phoenix Coyotes) carries Ak Bars (Kazan) to victory with two goals. Denis Istomin (Chicago Blackhawks) gets back on track with two goals in just as many games. READ MORE
11/19/2005 Tour 26 Game Recaps: Young Russian goalies shine! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) records another shutout and leads the weakened Lada to victory. Konstantin Barulin (St.Louis Blues) starts for the first time after the return of Tyler Moss from injury, and earns the top star of the game honors. READ MORE
11/18/2005 Tour 25 Game Recaps: Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) not enough (Box Scores and Lineups)

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) shines, but not enough to save Lada from loss. Alexander Bumagin (2006 NHL Entry Draft) returns to action from concussion. Denis Istomin (Chicago Blackhawks) ends scoring drought. READ MORE
11/18/2005 Yuri Trubachev (Calgary Flames) Interview Part 1: It’s too early to pack suite cases.

Yuri Trubachev (Calgary Flames) shares his NHL aspirations and his opinions regarding the Super League and his club, Severstal (Cherpovets). The young forward also talks about his rise to the Super League stardom. READ MORE
11/15/2005 Maxim Semenov (Toronto Maple Leafs) signs with Khimik
11/15/2005 Anton Kadeykin (New Jersey Devils) loaned to Dizel

RussianProspects.com learned today that defenseman Anton Kadeykin (New Jersey Devils) has been loaned by RSL’s Lokomotiv (Yaroslavl) to High League (Russia 2) club Dizel (Penza). The young defenseman has thus far been playing for Lokomotiv’s farm club Lokomotiv 2, but has constantly accompanied the main squad on most road games, especially in the past month. He has fully recovered from shoulder surgery and the High League assignment sends him on a similar path to that of Vancouver Canucks second round choice in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, Denis Grot. That young prospect spent a season in the High League before finally becoming a regular in the Super League.
11/14/2005 Mikhail Lyubushin (Los Angeles Kings) lands in Omsk
11/14/2005 Defenseman Alexander Mikhaylishin (New Jersey Devils) injured
11/12/2005 Mikhail Lyubushin (Los Angeles Kings) looking for a new club
11/12/2005 CSKA wants too much for Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins)
11/10/2005 Viktor Uchevatov (Florida Panthers) going back to Russia
11/09/2005 Alexander Kozhevnikov (Chicago Blackhawks) transferred to Neftkhimik
11/09/2005 Another junior coach for Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh)

Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) resurfaces in Severstal after his departure from Ufa earlier this season. Will the young forward finally find his home under the coaching of Vladimir Plyuschev, or is this just another stopover? RussianProspects.com writer Eugene Belashchenko weighs in on the young forward's future. READ MORE
11/07/2005 Tour 24 Game Recaps: Nikita Nikitin (St.Louis) scores again (Box Scores and Lineups)

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) earns what may be his last shutout of the season in Lada's last game before the break up. Nikita Nikitin (St. Louis Blues) continues to make the most of his ice time, using his slap shot. Dmitry Bykov (Detroit Red Wings) returns from injury. READ MORE
11/06/2005 Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) transferred to Khimik (Vosskresensk), but will he play?
11/06/2005 Dmitri Kazionov (Tampa Bay Lightning) on his way home to Dynamo
11/06/2005 Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins): Dynamo Were Up by Two and Still Afraid of Us (Hockey/Football Interview)
11/06/2005 Vadim Khomitsky (Dallas Stars) Interview Part 2: This is hockey, and there is no mercy here

Vadim Khomitsky (Dallas Stars) Interview: Vadim reflects regarding his time with CSKA, his NHL potential and his love for physical style of hockey and smaller sized rinks. READ MORE
11/05/2005 Web Site News: Super League club standings updated through Tour 23!
11/05/2005 Court rules against Mark Gandler and Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals). But what does it really mean?

US District Court ruled today against Mark Gandler and Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals), specifying that the young forward is not allowed to play for another professional hockey team. The Capitals say it's a step in the right direction, but what does it all really mean? READ MORE
11/05/2005 Web Site News: Super League goalie statistics updated through Tour 23!
11/05/2005 Web Site News: Super League player statistics updated through Tour 23!
11/04/2005 Kiril Safronov (Nashville Predators): In Yaroslavl We Simply Got Caught Up (Interview)
11/03/2005 Tour 23 Game Recaps: Malkin (Pittsburgh) Scoreless Again, CSKA Earn Another Blowout Win
11/03/2005 Tour 23: Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers) is back! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Alexei Mikhnov (Edmonton Oilers) continues to rack up the goals with his eighth of the season. Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) records yet another shutout. Ilya Krikunov (Vancouver Canucks) of the old is back this season with his seventh goal. READ MORE
11/02/2005 CSKA and National Team Forward Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets): Captain Without Complexes (SovSport Intrerview)
11/02/2005 Anton Khudobin (Minnesota Wild) coming around for the Saskatoon
10/31/2005 Tour 22: Barulin (St. Louis) earns shutout (Recaps, Box Scores and Lineups)

Mikhail Yunkov (Washington Capitals) scores first Super League goal and earns top star of the game. Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues) records a shutout for Spartak. Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) remains strong for Lada. READ MORE
10/31/2005 Tour 21: Lyamin (Ottawa) returns (Recaps, Box Scores and Lineups)
10/29/2005 Vadim Khomitsky (Dallas Stars) Interview Part 1: My first coach told me - someone that angry has to be on defense!
10/28/2005 Players to Watch: Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins), Grigorenko (Detroit Red Wings) and Barulin (St. Louis Blues)
10/27/2005 Web Site News: Super League statistics updated through Tour 20!
10/27/2005 NHL's Washington Capitals sue for Alexander Semin
10/26/2005 Web Site News: Super League rankings updated through Tour 20!
10/26/2005 Tour 19: Igor Knyazev (Phoenix) pays instant dividends! (Recaps, Box Scores and Lineups)

Igor Knyazev (Phoenix Coyotes) paid instant dividends for Khimik by scoring the lone goal in Khimik’s victory. At the same time, Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning performed admirably in the loss. Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues) also impressed in his victory against stronger Ak Bars (Kazan). READ MORE
10/25/2005 Albert Vyshnyakov (Tampa Bay Lightning) suffers an off-ice injury
10/24/2005 Tour 19: Alexander Semin (Washington) doubles up (Recaps, Box Scores and Lineups)

Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) delivers a two goal performance, helping Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) earn his third shutout of the season in 5 starts. Ilya Zubov delivers an inspired performance with two assists, earning third star honors. READ MORE
10/24/2005 Tour 19 Recaps: Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) shines!
10/23/2005 Alexander Bumagin (2006 NHL Entry Draft) may be out the rest of the season
10/22/2005 Tour 18: Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh) leads Metallurg to victory! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh) leads Metallurg to a late come back over the Champions. Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis) continues to shine for Spartak. Injury free Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus) returns to the top of Super League scoring after an almost two season absence. READ MORE
10/20/2005 Igor Knyazev (Phoenix Coyotes) returns to Russia
10/20/2005 Konstantin Zakharov (St. Louis Blues) demoted to ECHL
10/19/2005 Tour 17: Gorbunov (New York Islanders) is back! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Vladimir Gorbunov (New York Islanders) stands out and earns second star honors. Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues) is back on top of his game in the tie against Neftkhimik. Ruslan Zainullin (Calgary Flames) continues to recover from injury, adds a second tally of the season. READ MORE
10/17/2005 Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators) suffers another shoulder injury
10/16/2005 Anton Belov (2006 NHL Entry Draft) undergoes surgery
10/16/2005 Tour 16: Good day for Tampa Bay prospects! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) notched his second shutout in as many games, stopping all 26 shots. Albert Vyshnyakov (Tampa Bay) scored his club leading seventh goal of the season. Alexander Polushin (Tampa Bay) notched two goals to lead Severstal to victory over CSKA. READ MORE
10/13/2005 Kiril Lyamin (Ottawa Senators) sidelined by injury

A wrist injury suffered during the game against Sibir in late September has sidelined Kiril Lyamin (Ottawa Senators). The talented defenseman has already missed two weeks of action and it is unclear how long until he returns to action. We are following up regarding the exact nature of the wrist injury. Prior to being sidelined, Lyamin enjoyed his return back to the Super League ranks after his season long absence.
10/13/2005 All he nedeed was rest - Ilya Zubov (Ottawa Senators) scores first goal!
10/13/2005 Military duty clouds Alexander Semin situation (Washington Times)
10/12/2005 Tour 15: A day of Super League firsts! (Box Scores and Lineups)

A day of Super League firsts: Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) earns first shutout and Ilya Zubov (Ottawa) scores first goal! Sergei Shirokov (2006 Draft) and Nikolai Lemtyugov (St. Louis) continue to be CSKA's 1-2 punch. Evgeny Gladskykh (Vancouver) adds sixth and seventh of the season. READ MORE
10/12/2005 Alexander Semin's (Washington Capitals) interview about life after Lada (Sport Express)
10/12/2005 Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) solidifies Lada’s starting job
10/11/2005 No room for Semin - Lada’s payroll cut by 50%

According to a reliable source, RSL club Lada (Togliatti)’s budget will be cut by approximately 50% in the coming month during the November transfer period. This means that the club’s top paid players will likely be released or loaned to other RSL clubs. Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals), is currently the club’s top paid player after the departure of all other NHL players. He will likely be one of the first victims of the budget crisis.
10/10/2005 Semin on his way back to the Washington?
10/10/2005 Tour 14: Both Semins wake up! (Box Scores and Lineups)

Goalie Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay) and Alexander Semin (Washington) lead Lada in victory over the Champs. Dmitri Semin (St. Louis Blues) enjoys a three point game for Spartak, while teammate Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis) allows only one goal. Shkotov (St.Louis) and Krikunov (Vancouver Canucks) skate on Khimik’s top line in absence of Atlanta bound Ilya Kovalchuk. READ MORE
10/10/2005 Alexander Bumagin (2006 NHL Entry Draft) scores, suffers injury
10/10/2005 Vasily Koshechkin (Tampa Bay Lightning) gets first start
10/10/2005 Ilya Zubov (Ottawa Senators) misses a game
10/09/2005 Alexander Semin (Washington) wakes up, notches 2 to beat the Champs!
10/09/2005 How about that Barulin? St.Louis Blues prospect wins another one!
10/08/2005 Tour 13: Grigorenko (Detroit) brings Cherpovets victory (Box Scores and Lineups)

Alexander Korolyuk (San Jose) continued to be the most valuable forward in the Super League, adding a goal and an assist. Konstantin Churilov (2006 NHL Entry Draft) scored his first Super League goal! Igor Grigorenko (Detroit) earned top star honors for Severstal, scoring game winning overtime goal. READ MORE
10/08/2005 Igor Grigorenko (Detroit Red Wings) back in full force
10/08/2005 Alexei Shkotov (St. Louis Blues) injury not as severe
10/04/2005 Tour 12: Vyshnyakov (Tampa Bay) carries Dynamo (Box Scores and Lineups)

Formerly highly touted 86 born forward Sergei Shirokov (2006 NHL Entry Draft) is building a solid Super League debut with CSKA. Albert Vyshnyakov (Tampa Bay) enjoys a two goal game, continuing a great season. Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis) remains solid in a 1:1 tie. READ MORE
10/03/2005 Tour 11: Barulin (St. Louis) shines (Box Scores/Lineups)

Konstantin Barulin (St.Louis Blues) earned second star honors and a shutout in the match against Vityaz (Podolsk). Albert Vyshnyakov (Tampa Bay Lightning) scored his fourth goal of the season, continuing to build what is likely to become his breakout season. Igor Ignatuchkin (Washington Capitals) made his Super League debut today! READ MORE
10/01/2005 Ilya Zubov (Ottawa Senators): There is nothing to do in the Super League without the High League experience

A Ves Hokkei/Football (All of Hockey and Football) interview with Ottawa Senators prospect Ilya Zubov, Russia's top 1987 born forwards. The young forward made his Super League debut this summer with Spartak (Moscow) after leaving High League's Traktor (Chelyabinsk). During the interview he shares his impressions of the Super League, as well as his new club. READ MORE
09/29/2005 Tour 10: Zinovjev (Boston) nets another hattrick!

Sergei Zinovjev (Boston) netted his third hattrick of the season! Andrei Zubarev (Atlanta) scores first Super League goal! Konstantin Barulin (St.Louis Blues) started fifth straight game for Spartak (Moscow), delivering another solid outing. Sergei Mozyakin (Columbus Blue Jackets) adds two more points with a goal and an assist. (Box Scores and Lineups) READ MORE
09/28/2005 Ivan Nepriayev (Washington Capitals) returns from injury
09/28/2005 Tour 9: Barulin (St.Louis) shines, Semin (Washington) scores (Box Scores and Lineups)
09/26/2005 Tour 8: Barulin (St. Louis) & Malkin (Pittsburgh) shine again

Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) scored another goal for Metallurg (Magnitogorsk), leading his club to victory. At the same time, St. Louis goaltending prospect Konstantin Barulin continued to do an admirable job filling in for injured Tyler Moss, earning the third star honors in Spartak's loss. Please click on header to view the Tour's Box Scores and Lineups. (Box Scores and Lineups) READ MORE
09/24/2005 New photo added to Alexander Semin's (Washington Capitals) player profile
09/24/2005 Alexander Ovechkin (Washington): My dream came true!

Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin shares his impressions of playing in the NHL in a Soviet Sport newspaper interview. He discusses his life in America, his new teammates and his boss, George McPhee. READ MORE
09/24/2005 Evgeny Fedorov (Los Angeles Kings): The last time I scored two goals was two years ago!
09/24/2005 Zinovjev's (Boston Bruins) line leads the Super League in scoring, while Taratukhin's (Calgary Flames) comes in second!
09/24/2005 Sergei Zinovjev (Boston Bruins): I am hopefull regarding Turin
09/24/2005 Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) released from Ufa

Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) was released from Ufa today. The former Los Angeles second round pick was with Salavat Yulayev on loan from another RSL club, CSKA (Moscow). It is unclear where the young forward will continue his career.
09/23/2005 Web Site News: Regular Season statistics have been updated through Tour 7
09/23/2005 Tour 6: Volkov (Toronto) strikes again, Trubachev (Calgary) leads Severstal to victory
09/21/2005 Alexei Shkotov (St.Louis Blues) sidelined for a month

Alexei Shkotov (St.Louis Blues) is sidelined for a month after suffering a broken hip in the Tuesday’s game against HC MVD. While the injury is serious, the break in the hip as not as serious as it could have potentially be and will require only approximately five weeks to heal. This is an unfortunate turn of events, as Shkotov had an opportunity to be at the Blues camp, but decided to instead stay in Russia for the 2005-06 season.
09/21/2005 Pavel Datsyuk re-signs with the Detroit Red Wings
09/20/2005 Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) likely to remain in Russia for the rest of the 2005-06 season
09/20/2005 Tour 6: Istomin (Chicago) strikes again, Mirnov (Ottawa) on the mend (Box Scores and Lineups)
09/20/2005 Tour 5: Sibir - Ak Bars Video Clips (Zinovjev (Boston), Golovin (Chicago), Loginov (Atlanta) goals)
09/19/2005 Tour 5: Zinovjev (Boston Bruins) earns a hat trick, Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) shines (Box Scores and Lineups)
09/17/2005 Tour 5: Konstantin Barulin (St.Louis Blues) earns first RSL victory!
09/16/2005 Alexei Stonkus (New York Islanders) returns to professional hockey!
09/16/2005 Konstantin Baranov (Philadelphia Flyers) out with foot injury
09/16/2005 Igor Mirnov (Ottawa Senators) sidelined by a knee bruise
09/16/2005 Nikolai Lemtyugov helps a fellow Blues prospect out
09/16/2005 Alexei Shkotov (St. Louis Blues) to stay in Russia
09/16/2005 Pavel Datsyuk (Detroit Red Wings): I don't want to go to arbitration (Soviet Sport Interview)
09/15/2005 Tour 4: Avangard crushes Metallurg 4:1 - see it happen!
09/14/2005 Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) scores first goal of the season
09/14/2005 Tour 4: Alexander Bumagin (2006 NHL Entry Draft) scores two goals for Lada! (Box Scores and Lineups)
09/14/2005 Web Site News: Super League prospect statistics section is now open!
09/14/2005 Konstantin Volkov (Toronto Maple Leafs) catches on in the RSL
09/13/2005 Tour 3 (Day 2): Denis Istomin (Chicago Blackhawks) scores first RSL goal in Vityaz loss
09/12/2005 Tour 3: Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) silent for Metallurg, but Polushin (Tampa Bay Lightning) carries Severstal
09/10/2005 Tour 2: Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins) shines in Metallurg’s win
09/09/2005 Nikolai Zherdev (Columbus Blue Jackts) returns to North America
09/09/2005 Igor Knyazev returns to Phoenix for training camp
09/09/2005 Denis Kulyash (Nashville Predators): I don't plan on hiding from anyone!
09/08/2005 Tour 1: Spartak falls to Petr Schastlivy’s (Phoenix Coyotes) Lokomotiv
09/08/2005 Web Site News: New photo added to Kiril Lyamin's (Ottawa Senators) player profile
09/07/2005 Ilya Kovalchuk likely to get a three year deal with Atlanta Thrashers
09/07/2005 Pavel Datsyuk - RSL free agent, closer to rejoining the Red Wings in NHL
09/07/2005 Tour 1: Dynamo stumbles out of the gate (Box Scores and Lineups)
09/06/2005 RSL's Khimik announces roster with Ilya Kovalchuk (Atlanta Thrashers)!
09/05/2005 Dynamo and CSKA agree on Denis Kulyash’s (Nashville Predators) transfer
09/05/2005 Plot Thickens: Pavel Datsyuk (Detroit Red Wings) signs RSL contract
09/03/2005 Andrei Zubarev (Atlanta Thrashers) ineligible to start season
09/03/2005 Going back to a sure thing: Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) returns to Ufa
09/02/2005 Preseason Romazan Memorial Hockey Tournament Results
08/31/2005 Ilya Kovalchuk (Atlanta Thrashers) signs new deal in Russia
08/30/2005 Kiril Koltsov (Vancouver Canucks): The NHL question is still open (Ves Hokej Interview)
08/30/2005 Fedor Fedorov (Vancouver Canucks) coming to the NHL
08/30/2005 Sergei Anshakov (Pittsburgh Penguins) may be on the move
08/30/2005 Dmitri Semenov (Detroit Red Wings) gets second lease on life
08/29/2005 Alexei Tereschenko (Dallas Stars) suffers concussion
08/27/2005 Alexander Semin (Washington Capitals) coming back to the NHL!
08/27/2005 Evgeni Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins): I hope Pittsburgh respects my decision (Sport Express Interview)
08/27/2005 Alexander Svitov (Columbus Blue Jackets): I want to play in front of Russian fans! (Sport Express Interview)
08/27/2005 Konstantin Barulin (St. Louis Blues): It's tough not to do anything! (Gazeta.ru Interview)
08/25/2005 Dmitri Semenov’s (Detroit Red Wings) latest Super League chance foiled
08/24/2005 Super League (Russia 1) Preseason A.Belosokhov's Memorial Hockey Tournament (Box Scores and Stats)
08/22/2005 Mikhail Grabovsky (Montreal Canadiens) avoids 2 year suspension
08/21/2005 Kiril Koltsov on his way back to the Vancouver Canucks
08/20/2005 Artem Kriukov (Buffalo Sabres) to remain a Sabre one more year
08/19/2005 Ilya Kovalchuk (Atlanta Thrashers): Super League? Maybe... (Sov Sport Interview)
08/19/2005 Sergei Zinovjev (Boston Bruins) to remain in Russia for 2005-06 season
08/17/2005 Stanislav Chistov (Anaheim Mighty Ducks) returns to Russia to get back on track
08/16/2005 Ilya Zubov (Ottawa Senators) Answers His Fans
08/14/2005 Fedor Fedorov (Vancouver Canucks): Destination - Vancouver or Magnitogorsk
08/13/2005 Nikita Alexeev (Tampa Bay Lightning) signs deal with Avangard after tryout
08/12/2005 Anton Volchenkov signs two year deal with the Ottawa Senators
08/11/2005 Prikamye Cup Tournament - Super League (Russia 1): Preseason Hockey Tournament Box Scores and Statistics
08/11/2005 Igor Knyazev (Phoenix Coyotes) released by Metallurg (Magnitogorsk) - CORRECTION
08/10/2005 PHL Arbitration court rules for Fedor Fedorov (Vancouver Canucks) - UPDATED
08/09/2005 Mikhail Yunkov (Washington Capitals) cleared to play for Ak Bars (Kazan)
08/09/2005 Andrei Zubarev (Atlanta Thrashers) cleared to play for Ak Bars (Kazan)
08/09/2005 Bashkir President's Cup - Super League (Russia 1): Preseason Hockey Tournament Box Scores and Statistics
08/08/2005 LenVo Super League (Russia 1): Preseason Hockey Tournament Box Scores and Statistics
08/02/2005 Konstantin Mikhailov (Vancouver Canucks) signs with Neftkhimik
07/28/2005 Anton Volchenkov (Ottawa Senators) signs contract in Russia
07/27/2005 Anton Kadeykin (New Jersey Devils) at Lokomotiv’s training camp
07/26/2005 Metallurg (Magnitogorsk) crushes Molot (Perm) behind Vitali Atyushov (Ottawa Senators) and Evgeny Malkin (Pittsburgh Penguins)
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