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For every dark cloud, there’s a silver lining, goes the old saying. After a bittersweet silver medal performance at the World Junior Championships three weeks ago, Jarrett Stoll’s silver lining isn’t much compensation for what he considers a dark cloud of losing the gold medal game to Russia. Even being named both WHL player of the week (Jan. 13-19) and a WHL Western Conference All-Star selection was little solace for the still simmering emotions.
Improving on the bronze medal performance a year earlier by Canada in Moscow, the captain of the 2002 national junior squad had the unenviable assignment of accepting the silver for his teammates. As team leader, it was one of the more difficult duties he had to perform. “It’s probably the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with in hockey,” said Stoll after arriving back in Cranbrook after a week’s vacation at home in Saskatchewan.
Although an experience of a lifetime and the country’s best result in four years, the second place finish still leaves a bitter taste in Stoll’s mouth. So much so that some three weeks after the end of the tournament the Yorkton native still hadn’t seen the now infamous overhead T.V. shot of the Russian goaltender Serguei Mylnikov purposely pushing the net off it’s moorings with less than twenty seconds remaining as the Canadians buzzed around the net in a wild flurry looking for the tying goal. It’s an offense that should’ve warranted a penalty shot and could’ve turned silver into gold for Canada. “The Russians getting the medal and taunting us the way they did and the way the game ended Read more »
One of the top Canadian players at the WJC in the Czech Republic was Moose Jaw Warriors forward
When did you start playing hockey?
This was when I was about four years old. I started skating and soon after that also
Where did you start playing the game?
I was born in Edmonton and this was the place where I started playing.
Who brought you to the game?
My dad, he loves the game very much even if he didn’t play. He taught me skating and gave
Your favorite NHL team?
Before I was drafted by the Washington Capitals it was the Edmonton Oilers team. As an Edmonton
What is your biggest success in hockey so far?
Playing the first NHL game was an unbelievable feeling, something I never forget. Definitely
But how did you feel when you were sent to the Moose Jaw Warriors after the first NHL
It was very tough for me, I wanted to stay for the whole season, of course. But now I have
PITTSBURGH FORGE NAHL JUNIOR A …… NEWS :
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OHL WEST STARS GET BIG WIN AT HERSHEY CUP CHL ALL-STAR SERIES
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The win leaves the OHL with a 1-1 record in the series, which features two
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Second period goals by Rick Nash of the London Knights, Steve Ott of the
OHL WEST 7, WHL EAST 2
OHL: Savie Read more »
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#13 Christoph Schubert (19, München Barons), Ottawa Senators Draft Pick 2001
#7 Marcel Goc (18, Schwenninger Wild Wings), San Jose Sharks Draft Pick 2001
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In the first part of several articles documenting the Panthers prospects development in Europe, the AHL, the CHL, and the NHL, Todays installment breaks down how the prospects in the American Hockey League season is going and how they are developing.
With the Panthers currently leading the league in man games lost to injury, several players like Nick Smith, Brad Norton, David Morisset and others have gotten the chance to make the NHL Debut this year, and if the trend continues, it is only a matter of time until Kyle Rossiter gets called up for a look-see as well….
Denis Shvidki: Right Wing, Utah Grizzlies
NHL: 8 Games, 1 Goal, 2 Assists, – 4, 2 PIM Read more »