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06-21-2012, 02:05 PM
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Canadians v. Americans in KHL

I wanted to compare Canadians and Americans who have played in the KHL during its first 4 seasons. Thanks to http://www.eliteprospects.com I have compiled the stats of every Canadian and American who has played at least 1 game in the KHL. Here is what I found.

Canada

Wade Dubielewicz - 21 GP, 2.77 GAA, .892 SV%
Tyler Moss - 64 GP, 2.84 GAA, .904 SV%
Nolan Pratt - 81 GP, 3 G, 17 A, 20 PTS
Kyle Wanvig - 16 GP, 2 G, 1 A, 3 PTS
David Ling - 64 GP, 9 G, 30 A, 39 PTS
Yann Danis - 31 GP, 3.05 GAA, .910 SV%
Brett Skinner - 34 GP, 2 G, 4 A, 6 PTS
Stephen Dixon - 47 GP, 7 G, 10 A, 17 PTS
Ray Emery - 36 GP, 2.12 GAA, .926 SV%
Eric Landry - 96 GP, 19 G, 25 A, 44 PTS
Kyle Wellwood - 25 GP, 5 G, 3 A, 8 PTS
Eric Perrin - 55 GP, 7 G, 12 A, 19 PTS
Brendan Bell - 1 GP, 0 G, 2 A, 2 PTS
Marc Lamothe - 15 GP, 4.10 GAA, .881 SV%
Kevin Dallman - 214 GP, 72 G, 120 A, 192 PTS
Trevor Letowski - 91 GP, 10 G, 17 A, 27 PTS
Jeff Glass - 92 GP, 3.01 GAA, .911 GAA
David Nemirovsky - 108 GP, 30 G, 34 A, 64 PTS
Riley Armstrong - 9 GP, 1 G, 0 A, 1 PTS
Kyle Calder - 13 GP, 3 G, 5 A, 8 PTS
Dustin Boyd - 53 GP, 18 G, 15 A, 33 PTS
Nigel Dawes - 52 GP, 16 G, 17 A, 33 PTS
Josh Gratton - 70 GP, 8 G, 8 A, 16 PTS
Nolan Schaefer - 22 GP, 2.66 GAA, .895 SV%
Mark Hartigan - 148 GP, 44 G, 40 A, 84 PTS
Steve Valiquette - 35 GP, 2.94 GAA, .897 SV%
Darcy Verot - 98 GP, 4 G, 9 A, 13 PTS
Andy Chiodo - 26 GP, 3.66 GAA, .866 SV%
Bryan Muir - 23 GP, 1 G, 6 A, 7 PTS
Mike Maneluk - 7 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS
Geoff Platt - 161 GP, 59 G, 53 A, 112 PTS
Jeff Ulmer - 37 GP, 4 G, 2 A, 6 PTS
Duvie Westcott - 106 GP, 5 G, 37 A, 42 PTS
Byron Ritchie - 12 GP, 3 G, 2 A, 5 PTS
Jordan Henry - 36 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 PTS
Daniel Corso - 63 GP, 18 G, 17 A, 35 PTS
Kevin Lalande - 81 GP, 2.68 GAA, .908 SV%
Danny Groulx - 62 GP, 2 G, 25 A, 27 PTS
Charles Linglet - 104 GP, 32 G, 39 A, 71 PTS
Matt Ellison - 185 GP, 62 G, 79 A, 141 PTS
Adrian Foster - 10 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 PTS
Mike Iggulden - 55 GP, 13 G, 20 A, 33 PTS
Martin Kariya - 38 GP, 4 G, 19 A, 23 PTS
Brock Trotter - 49 GP, 9 G, 17 A, 26 PTS
Jamie Lundmark - 47 GP, 8 G, 8 A, 16 PTS
Michael Garnett - 161 GP, 2.25 GAA, .911 SV%
Chris Simon - 140 GP, 40 G, 44 A, 84 PTS
Mark Bomersback - 54 GP, 13 G, 13 A, 26 PTS
Brent Sopel - 47 GP, 2 G, 6 A, 8 PTS
Randy Robitaille - 53 GP, 13 G, 13 A, 26 PTS
Kirby Law - 10 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 PTS
Scott Munroe - 31 GP, 3.03 GAA, .896 SV%
Martin St. Pierre - 8 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 PTS
Steve McCarthy - 18 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS
Joel Kwiatkowski - 102 GP, 20 G, 25 A, 45 PTS
Tom Lawson - 59 GP, 3.13 GAA, .888 SV%
Ross Lupaschuk - 22 GP, 0 G, 3 A, 3 PTS
Adam Munro - 4 GP, 3.50 GAA, .870 SV%
Ray Giroux - 190 GP, 14 G, 48 A, 62 PTS
Mark Popovic - 52 GP, 8 G, 15 A, 23 PTS
Andre Benoit - 53 GP, 5 G, 12 A, 17 PTS
Martin Grenier - 92 GP, 2 G, 14 A, 16 PTS
Pierre Dagenais - 94 GP, 23 G, 16 A, 39 PTS
Ramzi Abid - 33 GP, 3 G, 8 A, 11 PTS
Sebastien Caron - 12 GP, 3.66 GAA, .867 SV%
Travis Scott - 14 GP, 3.41 GAA, .865 SV%
Derrick Walser - 51 GP, 3 G, 19 A, 22 PTS
Nathan Perrott - 9 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS
Ahren Spylo - 28 GP, 12 G, 7 A, 19 PTS
Brandon Sugden - 19 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 PTS
Matt Dalton - 34 GP, 3.49 GAA, .909 SV%
Kip Brennan - 14 GP, 1 G, 0 A, 1 PTS
Jon Mirasty - 30 GP, 2 G, 0 A, 2 PTS
Nick Tarnasky - 36 GP, 5 G, 7 A, 12 PTS
Jeremy Yablonski - 16 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS
Mike Fountain - 14 GP, 2.54 GAA, .905 SV%
Jonathan Sigalet - 49 GP, 1 G, 7 A, 8 PTS
Dan DaSilva - 15 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 PTS


United States

Bryce Lampman - 9 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS
Matt Murley - 33 GP, 4 G, 4 A, 8 PTS
Chris Bourque - 8 GP, 1 G, 0 A, 1 PTS
John Grahame - 20 GP, 2.86 GAA, .896 SV%
Nick Angell - 56 GP, 8 G, 11 A, 19 PTS
Dan LaCouture - 12 GP, 2 G, 1 A, 3 PTS
Tom Preissing - 2 GP, 1 G, 0 A, 1 PTS
Brandon Bochenski - 89 GP, 49 G, 55 A, 104 PTS
Andrew Hutchinson - 53 GP, 3 G, 12 A, 15 PTS
Niko Dimitrakos - 50 GP, 12 G, 5 A, 17 PTS
Yan Stastny - 49 GP, 5 G, 7 A, 12 PTS
Ben Clymer - 49 GP, 3 G, 14 A, 17 PTS
Doug Nolan - 12 GP, 0 G, 2 A, 2 PTS
Jeff Giuliano - 46 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 PTS
Justin Morrison - 3 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS
Robert Esche - 104 GP, 2.41 GAA, .908 SV%
Lee Sweatt - 37 GP, 2 G, 5 A, 7 PTS
Tyler Arnason - 26 GP, 4 G, 7 A, 11 PTS
Chris Holt - 78 GP, 2.37 GAA, .921 SV%
Deron Quint - 142 GP, 34 G, 36 A, 70 PTS
Erik Reitz - 38 GP, 1 G, 5 A, 6 PTS
Ryan Vesce - 69 GP, 29 G, 29 A, 58 PTS
Bryan Berard - 25 GP, 3G, 14 A, 17 PTS
Grant Lewis - 45 GP, 1 G, 6 A, 7 PTS



So that is 78 Canadians and 24 Americans.

6 Canadians have been All-Stars, 4 Americans have.

A Canadian has led the league in penalty minutes each year. Simon, Verot 2x, Brennan - all played for Vityaz.

Ray Emery (CAN) had the best playoff save percentage in 2008-2009 with .941 SV%.

Kevin Dallman (CAN) had the most points and goals by a defenseman in 2008-2009, 2009-2010, and 2011-2012.

Deron Quint (USA) had most goals by a defenseman in 2010-2011.

No Canadian or American has won the Gagarin Cup.

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06-22-2012, 07:54 AM
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No Canadian or American has won the Gagarin Cup.
That's because they're skilled players and all, but they lack the heart and the drive to succeed when the heat is on in the playoffs. Good Ural boys on the other hand have what it takes.

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The goaltending has been really bad from North Americans.

Yes, 4 of the 10 All-Stars have been goaltenders but Esche and Holt aren't exactly considered that great, and after those pretty much everyone has been garbage with save percentages under .900.

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Dalton wasn't bad, and he was considered a weak goalie in Providance.

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Dalton wasn't bad, and he was considered a weak goalie in Providance.
where is he now? Neftekhimik?

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Dalton wasn't bad, and he was considered a weak goalie in Providance.
Vityaz actually does a good job of signing foreign goalies - Dalton and Lalande.

Too bad they use the rest of their foreigner spots on brain dead goons.

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Dalton came up HUGE! Amazing call by Vityaz as he was super underrated in NA, he developed alot over the year too, would like to see that continue in Neftekhimik

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The goaltending has been really bad from North Americans.

Yes, 4 of the 10 All-Stars have been goaltenders but Esche and Holt aren't exactly considered that great, and after those pretty much everyone has been garbage with save percentages under .900.
holt has a .921 how is that not good

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holt has a .921 how is that not good
weak playoff performances and not consistent enough

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That's because they're skilled players and all, but they lack the heart and the drive to succeed when the heat is on in the playoffs. Good Ural boys on the other hand have what it takes.
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QuantHockey lists Canadians and Americans for the 2012-23 season.

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That's because they're skilled players and all, but they lack the heart and the drive to succeed when the heat is on in the playoffs. Good Ural boys on the other hand have what it takes.
Very bold statement to say the least, when the Olympic Gold Medal Game was played between Canada and the USA, and Russia didn't even medal.

Plus, Many of the Russian superstars in the NHL, (Ovechkin, Kovalchuk, Radulov, Varlamov, Semin) have really struggled to make an impact in post-season play.

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Very bold statement to say the least, when the Olympic Gold Medal Game was played between Canada and the USA, and Russia didn't even medal.

Plus, Many of the Russian superstars in the NHL, (Ovechkin, Kovalchuk, Radulov, Varlamov, Semin) have really struggled to make an impact in post-season play.
Really, you didn't get the irony?

And Kovi and Ovi have struggled. Right...

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Very bold statement to say the least, when the Olympic Gold Medal Game was played between Canada and the USA, and Russia didn't even medal.

Plus, Many of the Russian superstars in the NHL, (Ovechkin, Kovalchuk, Radulov, Varlamov, Semin) have really struggled to make an impact in post-season play.
went right over your head, eh?

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Very bold statement to say the least, when the Olympic Gold Medal Game was played between Canada and the USA, and Russia didn't even medal.

Plus, Many of the Russian superstars in the NHL, (Ovechkin, Kovalchuk, Radulov, Varlamov, Semin) have really struggled to make an impact in post-season play.
You do realize Russia just won the World Championship with a perfect record? And they have won 3 of the last 5. As for Olympics, let's just wait for Sochi.

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That's because they're skilled players and all, but they lack the heart and the drive to succeed when the heat is on in the playoffs. Good Ural boys on the other hand have what it takes.



Good post, reminds me of all those Canadian homeboys posting in the NHL part of the forum.

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Very bold statement to say the least, when the Olympic Gold Medal Game was played between Canada and the USA, and Russia didn't even medal.

Plus, Many of the Russian superstars in the NHL, (Ovechkin, Kovalchuk, Radulov, Varlamov, Semin) have really struggled to make an impact in post-season play.
Irony...you don't has it!

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