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How Igor Larionov Expects To Transform Team Russia

Everyone involved in hockey, or was a fan of the game, or even a casual observer knows the name, Igor Larionov. There’s no point in going over his accomplishments as a player, or an agent, all that matters right now is Larionov, the head coach, and can he guide his

Afanasyev Carries Karjala Cup Momentum Into The KHL Season

Last week, Yegor Afanasyev was celebrating a successful debut for Team Russia. The 19-year-old Predators prospect took his bow for the national team and potted a couple of goals in the Karjala Cup triumph. This week, the Tver native was at it again, making his first KHL appearance in his loan spell

Florida Panthers Are Hopeful About Their Prospects Playing In the WJC

The 2021 World Junior Championship is getting closer, and the hockey world is getting very excited about this tournament taking place. The Florida Panthers have a lot of players who have a chance to play in the tournament. Goaltender, Spencer Knight is one of the first two players who should

Rodion Amirov Is Setting Records at the Karjala Cup

Rodion Amirov continued his trail-blazing season with a goal in each of his first three international appearances. Nobody has done that before for team Russia, with only Alexander Popov, Roman Lyubimov and Pavel Poryadin scoring on their first two international appearances. The Maple Leafs prospect is also far younger than those three –

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