Friday, March 09, 2007

The face of a franchise.



That's Ulanov on the far right. I also believe that that's Mikhnov third from the right.

Many games to report here: February 24th gave Yaroslavl another win when they defeated St. Petersburg SKA by a score of 5-3. A quiet night for Ulanov, but Mikhnov got an assist, and Grebeshkov was handed a trio of penalties. Yaroslavl was shut out on February 27th when they faced Togliatti Lada and allowed five goals. Ulanov spent two minutes in the box for "the attack of [sop]. not Vlad. by the washer." I even tried a different translator that time. What the hell kind of penalty is that?

On March 3rd, Yaroslavl beat Cherepovets Severstal by a score of 6-2. Ulanov assisted on the Lokomotiv's first goal. This brings his point total to 5! On March 6th, Yaroslavl beat Tver (?) by a score of 8-3. I believe that March 8th was the last game of the season, and Yaroslavl tied the Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik 4-4. Ulanov got one penalty for roughing.

Ulanov's Regular Season stats (as of November 15th, 2006)

Games played: 32
Goals: 0
Assists: 5
PIM: 36

Yaroslavl will be facing Moscow Dynamo in the first round of the playoffs, starting on March 11th.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

U're right! It's realy Mikhnov!
With best regrads from Russia!

12:19 PM, March 26, 2007  
Anonymous Franchises For Sale said...

Konstantin Baranov, property of the Philadelphia Flyers, was a healthy scratch following an erratic performance against Spartak... CSKA lost Shkotov and Vadim Khomitsky (Dallas) late in the game. Shkotov's injury wasn't very serious and he should be able to play next Friday against Sibir. Khomitsky was hit by the puck to the neck and while it appeared to be serious at first, Vadim was feeling all right after the game... Shkotov mentioned that he's likely to play for CSKA next season. Dusan Salficky meantime claims that he has several offers from the NHL and may give it another try next fall.

11:59 AM, September 15, 2008  

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