Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Authors Posts by Arto Palovaara

Arto Palovaara

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Arto Palovaara, Sunday Chronicler for Sports Rants Europe. Previously, he contributed for the betting company Betsafe, Svenska fans, Get real hockey and Ice nation UK. He is also an educated archaeologist and life coach who loves literature and history. Not to forget: probably he is the only sportswriter that plays the banjo.

Enjoy the game rather than grumble

We have seen briefly a bunch of wild debut games by two of the most spectacular talents so far, Patrik Laine and Auston Matthews,...

Let the new generation just play, coaches

As we know or at least are somehow aware, everything around us evolves in one way or another, shifts form and shape to something...

Don’t make it too difficult, Champions Hockey League

As we have noticed, the hockey season is rolling at its own chosen speed already here in Europe. The domestic leagues, the KHL, and...

Provide real advisors to the young players

“Provide real advisors to the young players” was the first thing that crossed my mind when the Jacob Trouba affair was in vogue (it...

Nicole’s story is bigger than hockey

It happens from time to time that the enlightenment strikes: there are matters that are bigger than the game of hockey, definitely bigger than...

The ever shining and sharp Mozyakin

There are a lot of fantastic players from the city of Yaroslavl. You can see the whole list for yourself if you click on...

The World Cup 2016 is not ”the” Cup

A lot of hockey is going in Europe at the moment as we have noticed. The KHL started some weeks ago and is rolling on...

A historic moment with Kunlun Red Star

A rare moment it is when the insight strikes you that you are experiencing a historic moment.  But it happened to all of us...

A statement that can secure the KHL’s future?

A very interesting season we can look forward to already despite the fact that it has just begun, and it is too early to...

New season, new traces and evidence

One of the longest summers breaks I ever had this year. Felt very good for the spirit. Normally, whatever that’s supposed to mean, I’d be...