Sergey Tolchinsky might not have to wait much longer before he moves to the NHL.
The Carolina Hurricanes prospect is currently playing for the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. On Friday night, during a game against the Sarnia Sting, Tolchinsky was able to get a breakaway opportunity and came up with an incredible goal that involved spinning and going through the legs.
You have to watch the video to really appreciate just how spectacular the goal is.
The 1994 Vancouver Canucks lost to the New York Rangers in the Stanley Cup Final in 7 games. Twenty years later, four members of the team showed up for a day of pond hockey with fans. Geoff Courtnall, Cliff Ronning, Kirk McLean and Dave Babych crashed an annual pond hockey game played every year by a group of Cancuks’ fans.
Dustin Byfuglien and the Winnipeg Jets lost to the Los Angeles Kings in Winnipeg on Thursday night. Despite missing out on any points in the standings, the Jets earned a moral victory when Byfuglien checked LA’s Jake Muzzin over the boards onto the Jets’ bench.
Usually this kind of hit only happens in NHL ’14, but to see one happen in a real game was awesome. Even if it happened to my teams player.
Two women were injured following Thursday’s Bruins – Capitals game when the netting behind one of the goals fell. After the Bruins 3-0 win, some female Boston fans in their early twenties were hanging out by the glass when the netting came down and hit them. Two women suffered minor injuries and were left bloody. (One was taken out on a stretcher.) Both were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital with minor injuries. The Boston Globe has more images.