wtf is up wit ur new sig!
wtf is up wit ur new sig!
now its Jessca Alba's turn
i look forward to the next one.
http://bruins.nhl.com/team/app/?serv...ticleid=336302The summer has been a very exciting one for the Boston Bruins, and yet another positive development has been announced by Hockey Canada, which should leave the Bruins scouting staff beaming.
Today, HockeyCanada.ca is reporting that forward Milan Lucic, a highly touted Bruins prospect who recently signed with the club, has been named the captain of the under-20 Team Canada participating in the Super Series.
The Super Series, which commences on Monday, pits the best youngsters the provinces have to offer against the best under-20 skaters from Russia.
There are three Black & Gold prospects on Team Canada, including Lucic, Zach Hamill and Brad Marchand.
On the other side, Yuri Alexandrov will man the blue line for Russia.
Team Canada Names Captain and Alternate Captains for Canada/Russia Super Series
MOSCOW, RUSSIA – Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), along with head coach Brent Sutter and his coaching staff announced on Saturday that Milan Lucic (Vancouver, BC/ Vancouver, WHL) will be Canada’s captain for the upcoming Canada/Russia Super Series from August 27 – September 9. The Canada/Russia Super Series begins on August 27th in Ufa, Russia.
Head coach Sutter (Red Deer, AB/ Red Deer, WHL) and assistant coaches Peter DeBoer (Kitchener, OHL) and Benoit Groulx (Gatineau, QMJHL) also announced along with Hockey Canada and the CHL that Karl Alzner (Burnaby, BC/ Calgary, AB), Sam Gagner (Oakville, ON/ London, OHL) and Brandon Sutter (Red Deer, AB/ Red Deer, WHL) will serve as alternate captains.
The Canada/Russia Super Series, a one-time eight-game series featuring the best Under-20 players from Canada and Russia, will take place from August 27th to September 9th, with the first four games to be held in Russia, and the final four to be held in Canada.
The four Super Series games in Canada will be held in Winnipeg (September 4th), Saskatoon (September 5th), Red Deer (September 7th) and Vancouver (September 9th). For ticket information, go to www.hockeycanada.ca/superseries. The event starts in Russia with two games in Ufa (August 27th, 29th) and two games in Omsk (August 31st, September 1st)...
To read the rest of the article and learn more about the Super Series click here.
Bruins fans should be pretty excited about this development. I certainly am. Anyone who met Milan at Bruins Development Camp is not suprised by this announcement as his personality lends itself to leadership.
Coupled with his hockey skills and imposing on-ice presence and you have the whole package, hockey wise. Hockey Canada has made a very wise choice.
Again, best of luck to all four Bruins prospects in the upcoming series and a sincere congratulations to Milan.
http://bruins.nhl.com/team/app/?serv...ticleid=336335The Canadian junior hockey team has opened its eight-game Super Series against Russia with a win.
Brad Marchand of the QMJHL's Val d'Or Foreurs and Sam Gagner of the OHL's London Knights each scored and had an assist to lift Canada to a 4-2 win over the Russian squad.
Kyle Turris, who will play at the University of Wisconsin this season, added a goal on a penalty shot while Stefan Legein of the OHL's Niagara IceDogs opened the scoring for the Canadians.
Ilya Kablukov and Alexander Ryabev gave Russia a 2-0 lead with first-period goals.
Canada's penalty-killing unit was busy. It killed off 11 Russian power plays, including two two-man advantages. Canada was 0-for-5 on the power play.
The next game is Wednesday in Ufa.
The final four games of the event, which commemorates the 1972 Summit Series, will be staged in Canada.
http://bruins.nhl.com/team/app/?serv...ticleid=336538confident Canadian junior hockey team is going home with a sweep of the first four games of their Super Series with Russia.
The Canadians capped the Russian leg of the eight-game event with a 4-2 victory on Saturday at Arena Omsk.
They need a win or a tie Tuesday in Winnipeg to win the series and make the final three games count for pride only.
Brad Marchand of the Val-d'Or Foreurs scored a pair of goals and Sam Gagner of the London Knights had a goal and two assists. John Tavares of the Oshawa Generals also scored.
Brad Marchand looks like he could be a stud for the B's
I'm interested to see how this Carl Soderberg does that we got from STL in the Toivenen trade
Name: Carl Soderberg
Weight: 198 lbs
Found some of his stats on hockeydb
In 5 years with Sweden: 33 G 54 A 83 PIM
Last edited by Danman1116; 09-23-2007 at 08:47 AM.
we need to build our system a little bit more
I think our System is pretty Solid..
Acquired: 5th round (#128 overall), 2006
Bodnarchuk’s size could be a liability at the next level, and he will have to work hard when he gets an opportunity, but he has the talent and the two-way ability to be a good second-pairing defenseman with plenty of power play time. He will be an integral part of Halifax’s blue line next season.
according to hockey futures.com, were the 9th ranked system in the NHL.
the only players in the top 50 prospects are krejci (21) and rask (8)