Tuesday, December 12, 2017
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Super-Eeli breaks the net

One of the biggest differences among many between the KHL and the other European leagues is that when a player is just a bit...

The Olympic hockey drops dead if the KHL withdraws

Those who remember the hockey tournaments in the Olympics before 1998 know that they were what they were, not the best hockey but far...

Jokerit, a true contender to the title this season?

Let’s throwback to the last season and see what we had when we watched Jokerit’s 3rd season in the KHL after a quite successful...

Is the record-breaking SKA St. Petersburg totally unstoppable?

Last season it was far from certain that SKA would win the Gagarin, as they had a so-so start of the season, but they...

Who will remember the fans?

All pro-hockey organizations have retired and hoisted jerseys of hockey players of significance to the rafters, for fans and media to remember what they...

Decency by the KHL to not have a game on this...

We have all heard the mantra “The show must go on, blah, blah, blah” after disastrous or at least tragic events. A very, very...
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An open mind for a new season

As usual, it has been a quite busy silly season this summer before all starts for real. We’ve seen some exclusive trades or sign-ups:...

An end of a shifting hockey season

This is the time of the year, at least for me, to sum up, the season of 2016-17. I know, the Stanley Cup is...
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Protectionism won’t make the hockey world grow

Sometimes I really believe that we all are watching a giant sandbox where people who should be adult enough won’t or can’t come to...

SKA St. Petersburg are back at it as Gagarin champions of...

At this time of the year, that emptiness strikes one again after a long season has ended. Some compare this feeling with being a...