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Mike Smitley 09-20-2012 11:39 AM

Blue Jackets players during the lockout (Brassard and Dorsett leave Austria)
 
This seemed like a good topic to start for Jackets fans who aren't sure which KHL team to watch. Please let me know about missing players and I'll add them to the list.

BTW, KHL (and its minor leagues') games can be watched for free at http://onhockey.ru/


Jackets players (current players in blue) in KHL for 2012-2013
Atlant - Maksim Mayorov
Atlant - Nikolai Zherdev
Avangard - Nikita Nikitin
Barys - Jon Mirasty
Dinamo Minsk - Geoff Platt
Dinamo Riga - Alexandre Giroux
Donbass - Clay Wilson
Dynamo Moscow - Filip Novak
Lev - Jakub Voracek
Lev - Jiri Novotny
Lev - Tomas Popperle
Lokomotiv - Artem Anisimov
Lokomotiv - Curtis Sanford
Lokomotiv - Sami Lepisto
Salavat Yulaev - Alexander Svitov
Salavat Yulaev - Nikita Filatov
SKA - Sergei Bobrovsky
Traktor - Deron Quint

CBJWennberg41 09-20-2012 01:31 PM

Bobrovsky to St. Petersburg

Samkow 09-20-2012 02:36 PM

Anisimov to Lokomotiv is official.

http://hclokomotiv.ru/news/news/arty...v_lokomotive_/

Iron Balls McGinty 09-20-2012 03:05 PM

Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I think Geoff Platt was one of the KHL's top scorer's last year. Not sure who he is with this season.

Surprised nobody has brought up Svitov yet either.

I also believe Federov is retired now and is the GM of Metallurg Magnitogorsk

Samkow 09-20-2012 03:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Iron Balls McGinty (Post 54475135)
Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I think Geoff Platt was one of the KHL's top scorer's last year. Not sure who he is with this season.

Surprised nobody has brought up Svitov yet either.

I also believe Federov is retired now and is the GM of Metallurg Magnitogorsk

http://eliteprospects.com/where_are_...ow.php?team=58

Good overview of what the ex-Jackets are doing. Also, a stroll down memory lane.

Remember Greg Mauldin? Unfortunately, I do. :(

Samkow 09-21-2012 09:12 AM

Bobrovsky to SKA is official

http://www.ska.ru/news/ru/7033.html

GoJackets1 09-21-2012 09:39 AM

you guys remember Tomas Popperle? Apparently he's one of the best goalies in the KHL. Wish he stayed. :laugh: I remember thinking his name was super awesome. (I was around 10 when he played here)

Skraut 09-21-2012 09:47 AM

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Originally Posted by gojackets1 (Post 54490069)
you guys remember Tomas Popperle? Apparently he's one of the best goalies in the KHL. Wish he stayed. :laugh: I remember thinking his name was super awesome. (I was around 10 when he played here)

Yeah I was at the Syracuse Crunch vs Lake Erie Monsters game when the Popper-Stopper got run and messed up his knee. There was a lot of talk of him never being able to play again. Good to hear he's doing well for himself.

ndd17 09-21-2012 10:29 AM

Federov is not GM Metallurg now, he's GM CSKA Moskow.

bizzz* 09-22-2012 02:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Iron Balls McGinty (Post 54475135)
Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I think Geoff Platt was one of the KHL's top scorer's last year. Not sure who he is with this season.

Surprised nobody has brought up Svitov yet either.

I also believe Federov is retired now and is the GM of Metallurg Magnitogorsk

Platt is playing for Dinamo Minsk for the 4th season. Last year he was injured for a wile and finished 3rd in team's scoring. His 1st year in the KHL remains his best in points production. Platt is not the best player in Minsk, more like a fans favorite.

pete goegan 09-22-2012 05:23 PM

In Nash's first game for Davos - one assist and a natural hat trick. Nah, I'm not bitter toward the people who are allowing the best hockey in the world to be played in Switzerland.

Not a bit.




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Sore Loser 09-22-2012 06:31 PM

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Originally Posted by pete goegan (Post 54516635)
In Nash's first game for Davos - one assist and a natural hat trick. Nah, I'm not bitter toward the people who are allowing the best hockey in the world to be played in Switzerland.

Not a bit.




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Is it wrong that I'm glad this stat line wasn't for the New York Rangers?

pete goegan 09-22-2012 07:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Sore Loser (Post 54517499)
Is it wrong that I'm glad this stat line wasn't for the New York Rangers?

Funny, I just asked that question of my fellow Jackets fans on Puck Daddy!

Fro 09-24-2012 08:07 AM

Dmitry Chesnokov ‏@dchesnokov
#CBJ Nikita Nikitin signed a one year deal with Avangard of the #KHL.

BluejacketNut 09-24-2012 08:48 AM

These guys are union strong! Strong at taking jobs away from other players....good job guys!

Mike Smitley 09-24-2012 09:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Fro (Post 54550607)
Dmitry Chesnokov ‏@dchesnokov
#CBJ Nikita Nikitin signed a one year deal with Avangard of the #KHL.

Do you have a different source for this? I can't find news about it anywhere.

Mike Smitley 09-24-2012 09:31 AM

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Originally Posted by Mike Smitley (Post 54551561)
Do you have a different source for this? I can't find news about it anywhere.

Found it. http://www.hawk.ru/1.php

Mike Smitley 09-24-2012 09:41 AM

I've seen a couple tweets suggesting Tyutin will be signing in KHL soon.

pete goegan 09-24-2012 02:33 PM

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Originally Posted by BluejacketNut (Post 54551147)
These guys are union strong! Strong at taking jobs away from other players....good job guys!

They're not taking union jobs from other union members, are they? Were they on strike, it might be a different matter; but they're not, they've been locked out of their workplace. Think of it as outside work to stay sharp and active! These guys have worked virtually all their lives to reach the top level of their sport. Not only must they play to keep sharp in order to maintain their status among the elite, but playing hockey is what they love to do. If I'm not mistaken, you play for the fun of it, why shouldn't they be able to do what they love to do for fun and profit? Not to mention that they have mortgages and bills to pay, just like the rest of us!

Iron Balls McGinty 09-24-2012 02:41 PM

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Originally Posted by pete goegan (Post 54557415)
They're not taking union jobs from other union members, are they? Were they on strike, it might be a different matter; but they're not, they've been locked out of their workplace. Think of it as outside work to stay sharp and active! These guys have worked virtually all their lives to reach the top level of their sport. Not only must they play to keep sharp in order to maintain their status among the elite, but playing hockey is what they love to do. If I'm not mistaken, you play for the fun of it, why shouldn't they be able to do what they love to do for fun and profit? Not to mention that they have mortgages and bills to pay, just like the rest of us!

They are taking ice time and jobs away from European players who would normally be playing in those spots in the KHL and other European leagues, etc.

bizzz* 09-24-2012 02:56 PM

Nikitin took #6 and his 1st game will be Sept. 27th against Bobrovsky's hometown team from Novokuznetsk.
Tyutin will play for SKA St.Petersburgh with BOB, they had agreement for a wile, that's surprising he's not playing for them yet.

pete goegan 09-24-2012 03:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Iron Balls McGinty (Post 54557559)
They are taking ice time and jobs away from European players who would normally be playing in those spots in the KHL and other European leagues, etc.

Yes, and when guys are sent to Springfield to rehab, they're taking ice time away from young fellow players in their own organization. Euro players are taking N. American jobs when they come over here to play, and now, those who return are taking jobs from their fellow countrymen. Again, the locked out players are not taking union jobs from fellow union members when they go overseas. It's a union matter, not a hockey matter. That's how I see it, anyway.

bizzz* 09-24-2012 03:30 PM

Filatov is playing about 13 minutes per game for Ufa and has 5 points in 8 games so far, but 3 of them (including both goals) he scored in 6:3 win over Dinamo Minsk. So he has just 2 assists in 7 other KHL games.

BluejacketNut 09-24-2012 06:11 PM

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Originally Posted by pete goegan (Post 54557415)
They're not taking union jobs from other union members, are they? Were they on strike, it might be a different matter; but they're not, they've been locked out of their workplace. Think of it as outside work to stay sharp and active! These guys have worked virtually all their lives to reach the top level of their sport. Not only must they play to keep sharp in order to maintain their status among the elite, but playing hockey is what they love to do. If I'm not mistaken, you play for the fun of it, why shouldn't they be able to do what they love to do for fun and profit? Not to mention that they have mortgages and bills to pay, just like the rest of us!

While yes its a lock out, their union is also taking a hard lined stance on their demands, so it almost an equal lockout. Theyre taking less money (what theyre fighting against) to play over seas. Of course they have the right to play, but when its coming down to union matters, theyre still taking jobs away from other players because they dont want to be the first ones to 'blink'...who more then likely have a tougher time paying their mortgage then the NHLers players do

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Originally Posted by pete goegan (Post 54557987)
Yes, and when guys are sent to Springfield to rehab, they're taking ice time away from young fellow players in their own organization. Euro players are taking N. American jobs when they come over here to play, and now, those who return are taking jobs from their fellow countrymen. Again, the locked out players are not taking union jobs from fellow union members when they go overseas. It's a union matter, not a hockey matter. That's how I see it, anyway.

You are correct that its a union matter.....the other examples are part of the standard work flow. These job losses are caused because they dont want to make less money and are going elsewhere to get their money. Just rubs me the wrong way. Maybe the euro leagues have it right, get rid of unions! :laugh:

pete goegan 09-24-2012 06:23 PM

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Originally Posted by BluejacketNut (Post 54561669)
Just rubs me the wrong way.

No dispute, there, the whole scene makes me sick. We may allocate blame a bit differently, but it really doesn't matter, we still end up in the same place - facing October without NHL hockey in Columbus.


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