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In KHL action Thursday, Jokerit winger Juhamatti Aaltonen absolutely undressed two players from Torpedo en route to scoring a highlight-reel marker that is going to spend a considerable amount of time as KHL goal of the year. Watch Aaltonen beat two defenders through the legs before firing a backhand home.
The San Diego Gulls are back in minor professional hockey, and they find their logo at 17 on our countdown. The colors pop and one subtle detail puts the logo ahead of many others. Don’t expect the first season in San Diego to be a triumphant one, however. The franchise has struggled since affiliating with Anaheim.
The Utica Comets are going to hit the ice next season in one of the most unique alternate jerseys in the AHL. The Comets unveiled a new third jersey which boasts a new alternate mark atop a green jersey. It’s a good look for the 2014-15 Eastern Conference champions.
The St. Louis Blues announced they will be without Patrik Berglund for four months due to shoulder surgery. Luckily, the Blues have options on the wing. Rookie Robby Fabbri could be ready for his NHL debut, but veteran Scott Gomez presents an interesting option in training camp.
Daniel Carcillo hasn’t officially announced his retirement, but the 30-year-old winger said it might be time for him to move on from the game. Carcillo said he feels he’s ’98 percent ready’ and could focus on his charitable organization, Chapter 5, instead of continuing to pursue his hockey career.
Manitoba RCMP have charged former Los Angeles Kings center Mike Richards with possession of a controlled substance. Richards, 30, was charged in connection with an alleged incident at the U.S.-Canada border on June 17.
When a goaltender concedes a marker from center ice, it’s usually due to bad ice or a bouncing puck. For Ivan Nalimov, it was simply that the shot picked a corner about as perfectly as it could have been picked. Watch as Nalimov, a Blackhawks draft pick, gets beaten clean from center.
Born to Cuban immigrants who don't speak English, the swift-skating center got into hockey on a whim and now the Miami, Florida native is part of the National Team Development Program's incoming under-17 squad.
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