Kansas City Blades Team Stats

by Andrew Bourgeois
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IHL TEAM STATISTICS

Kansas City Blades
Player Team Gp G A PTS Pim Pp SH Gw

David Ling Kan 67 31 38 69 183 7 1 5
Dave Chyzowski Kan 69 36 29 65 112 13 0 9
Sean Haggerty Kan 64 23 33 56 61 3 1 3
Michal Pivonka Kan 49 16 31 47 34 3 2 3
Nick Naumenko Kan 50 9 27 36 73 7 0 1
Jason Cirone Kan 59 14 20 34 106 1 1 0
Dody Wood Kan 67 12 22 34 335 1 1 1
Steve Lingren Kan 68 10 20 30 44 1 0 1
Brendan Yarema Kan 49 11 16 27 128 2 1 1
Pat Ferschweiler Kan 70 6 20 26 54 0 0 0
David Vallieres Kan 60 14 11 25 53 3 0 1
Jon Rohloff Kan 44 5 18 23 38 0 1 1
Aris Brimanis Kan 46 5 17 22 28 4 0 0
Eric Perrin Kan 21 3 15 18 16 0 0 0
Shane Kenny Kan 15 2 6 8 16 0 0 1
Lon 11 1 2 3 19 0 0 0
Total 50 4 9 13 73 0 0 1
Joe Blaznek Kan 38 4 8 12 2 3 0 0
Grant Richison Kan 47 3 8 11 77 1 0 0
Jan Vodrazka Kan 66 2 8 10 280 0 0 0
Jamie Ling Kan 8 3 6 9 4 0 0 0
Ray Schultz Kan 53 2 5 7 162 0 0 0
Greg Bullock Kan 15 1 6 7 6 0 0 0
Forest Gore Kan 27 1 3 4 16 0 0 0
Marty Standish Kan 9 2 1 3 8 0 0 0 Read more»

Curtis Doell: Clawing his way to be a Panther

by Rich Herles
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When asked who has had the most influence in his career so far, Curtis replied, “I think that the biggest help that I have gotten is from my Junior Coach. I wasn’t expected to play my first year in juniors and everybody was asking him why he kept me here. He gave me a chance to play and he said just wait, he’ll prosper and be effective. He kept playing me and giving me that opportunity. He always helped by giving me extra things after practice. His name is Kevin Dickie and he is now coaching out in the Maritimes at Arcadia University. He’s probably been the biggest reason for my career going as far as it has actually. Coach Dickie helped me along the way to be a better person on and off the ice.”

Coach Dickie’s impression of Curtis: “I’ve coached some great kids over the last 13 years, but none greater than Curtis in terms of a pleasure to be around and an athlete. If there is one guy who’s got to where he is, both because he deserves it, and because he has scraped and clawed and worked so hard to be the player that he is, it is Curtis. He exemplifies a lot of the positive characteristics that you look for in a player. He’s a great kid and I’m real happy for him.”

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Swedish Elite League Playoffs

by Lasse Johansson
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The first Swedish playoffs of the new millenium has proven to be one of the most exciting in recent memory. One team – Djurgården, have already qualified for the final. The team that they are expected to face of against is Modo, home of the famous “Line 19″, with New York Islanders prospects Mattias Weinhandl joining the Sedin twins. The talk of the moment is the match-up between Modo and Brynäs in the second semi-final. These two teams met last year in the finals of the playoffs with Brynäs taking home the championship after winning the fifth and decisive game away from home after a marvellous feat by the young New York Rangers prospects Johan Holmqvist in goal.
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Future Captain Scott Hartnell

by Trenton Allen
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I recently had a chance to speak with future top draft choice Scott Hartnell of the Prince Albert Raiders. He’s a good kid with a smart head on his shoulders. You know this kid is going far in the league just by talking to him.

To watch this kid play is what it must have been like to watch Trevor Linden, Dale Hunter, or even Rod Brind’amour play at this age. He’s got the skills, desire, and the leadership to be just as dominating as those three. It is obvious that what ever team drafts him in Calgary, on June 24, is going to be in for a real treat. This is the interview with Scott Hartnell.
HF: How has the pressure of the upcoming entry draft affected your play?

Scott: I don’t really try to think about it when I’m on the ice. You just go out and play your game the way you’ve been playing it for the past 10-15 years. Don’t try to change anything, just go out and play your style of hockey and that’s all you can ask for.

HF: Some people say that you are a good potential power forward, but they say your offensive upside isn’t as good as some of the other top ranked prospects. How would you comment on that?

Scott: I don’t really try and think about it. I just try to block it out of my head and do the best I can out there. I’m not very offensive like some of the other draft prospects, that’s pretty obvious through my numbers. I just go out there and score if I can and just do what I can do out there.

HF: So would you say that’s an unfair statement?
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Houston Aeros Team Stats

by Andrew Bourgeois
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IHL NEWS

Grand Rapids forward Kevin Miller was re-assigned to the Griffins by the Ottawa Senators last week and came back with a vengeance.
After arriving at the rink 90 minutes before his team’s game against Milwaukee Friday, Miller hit the ice and then hit the back of the net for a hat
trick in the 5-3 win.
He didn’t play for the Senators during his two-day trip up to the NHL, but he’ll get another chance.
Miller and forward Yves Sarault were recalled Sunday by Ottawa, which has been hit by injuries.
The loss will sting the Griffins, who are tied with Orlando for first in the Eastern Conference standings with 93 points.
Miller is the squad’s second-leading scorer, with 20 goals and 54 points, while Sarault is fourth with 16 goals and 25 assists.

IHL STATISTICS

Houston Aeros


Player Team Gp G A PTS Pim Pp SH Gw

Mark Lamb Hou 64 13 42 55 42 3 2 4
Mark Freer Hou 62 15 29 44 45 4 1 3
Brian Wiseman Hou 59 12 28 40 44 0 1 2
Greg Pankewicz Hou 57 21 17 38 128 11 0 3
Bobby Reynolds Hou 38 11 19 30 17 2 1 1
Lane Lambert Hou 64 16 12 28 80 4 0 2
David Oliver Hou 38 15 10 25 38 5 0 2
Terry Marchant Hou 61 11 12 23 37 2 0 1
Brian Felsner Hou 28 7 16 23 18 1 0 0
Sandy Moger Hou 44 13 9 22 43 0 0 3 Read more»