Carolina Hurricanes prospect Zac Dalpe made his NHL debut last season, scoring an assist in his first game. Since then, he’s battled other top prospects and hopes to one day become a stalwart member of the Hurricanes’ roster, but only if he can get over the hump that is the AHL.
With his first ever Ontario Hockey League shutout last Saturday, Belleville Bulls netminder Tyson Teichmann proved there is more to “goalie swag” than a well made blocker, sturdy pads, and creative mask design. The 18-year-old led his eighth-seeded squad to a 3-0 upset over top NHL prospect Gabriel Landeskog and the Kitchener Rangers – the [...]
It’s been just over a month since Team Russia’s heroic come-from-behind gold medal victory that took place in Buffalo at the 2011 World Junior Championships, but the moment is still fresh in the mind of Russian netminder Igor Bobkov. “There is certainly more attention [on me] right now,” said Bobkov who resides in London, Ont. [...]
Erik Gudbranson may be one of the Kingston Frontenacs’ top physical forces on the blue line – not to mention, a third overall draft pick – but there’s more to this 6’4″ 206-pound OHL defenseman than meets the eye. Gudbranson, dubbed the “best of the rest” in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft after Taylor Hall [...]
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