Vladislav Kamenev: 2014 NHL Top Prospect

Vladislav Kamenev2Vladislav Kamenev — 

League:  MHL & KHL     Team:  Magnitogorsk

Position:  C/LW     Shoots:  Left

DOB:  Aug. 12, 1996     Birthplace:  Orsk, RUS

Height: 6’2     Weight:  205

2013-14  MHL —  Games: 15   G: 4   A: 6  Pts:  10  PIM: 12   Plus/Minus: +10

2013-14  KHL —  Games: 16   G: 1   A: 0  Pts:  1  PIM: 2   Plus/Minus: -1  

2013-14  U18 WJC —  Games: 5   G: 2   A: 5  Pts:  7  PIM: 2   Plus/Minus:  

Vladislav Kamenev  split the 2013-14 season playing for Metallurg Magnitogorsk of the KHL and Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk of the MHL.

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Winnipeg Hockey Talk Podcast Discussing The Winnipeg Jets —

Winnipeg Hockey Talk writers Darryl Manchulenko Mitch Kasprick discuss the first round of the NHL playoffs, Mike Keenan, The KHL, the St. John’s IceCaps and much more ….  [Read more…]

Metallurg Magnitogorsk 2013-14 KHL Champions

Gagarin Cup Championship Ends in Seven Games — 

Metallurg Magnitogorsk – 7     Lev Prague – 4 

Twenty years after winning the Stanley Cup with the Rangers, Metallurg Magnitogorsk coach “Iron Mike Keenan” becomes the  first North American coach to win the Gagarin Cup which is the top prize in Russian hockey. [Read more…]

Latvian Rihards Bukarts To Attend WHL Camp

 

Latvian Rihards Bukarts To Attend Brandon Wheat Kings Training Camp ….

The Brandon Wheat Kings have received some encouraging news as they continue preparations for the 2013-14 Western Hockey League season. [Read more…]

Enough With The Alexander Burmistrov Bashing

Alexander Burmistrov —

Alexander Burmistrov played in the NHL last season for the Winnipeg Jets

Selected by: Atlanta      Round: 1st     Overall: 8th     Year: 2010 NHL Entry Draft

Position: Center   Shoots: Left
DOB: Kazan, Russia 
Height: 6’1     Weight: 180

I have never been so disgusted with Winnipeg Hockey fans as I  have been this past couple of weeks.  It seems like every bit of information or written article  that comes out about exiled Russian center Alexander Burmistrov is followed by a twitter backlash second to none.  You’d think the kid stole the key to the city and ran to the Kremlin and traded it for 20 billion Ruble’s (0.032 Canadian Dollar). [Read more…]

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