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Submitted by chad on August 30, 2005 - 12:53
Marek Bartanus will officially play in the Ontario Hockey League this upcoming season. The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) approved Bartanus' transfer card, enabling the Slovakian forward to take his game to North America. Attackhockey.com reported that several prospects' transfer cards were not approved by the IIHF this summer.
Submitted by pete on August 26, 2005 - 17:42
Sportsnet Canada is reporting the Lightning [url=http://www2.sportsnet.ca/nhl/free_agent_tracker.html]have signed D Jay Rosehill and G Morgan Cey.[/url]
Submitted by pete on August 25, 2005 - 17:38
Lightning prospect Dimitry Kazionov [url=http://www.rushockey.com/events.php?i=sl&stream=sl_news&id=288]has been cut from the Russian roster for the first leg of the Euro Tour.[/url] The young forward had been a part of Russia's preliminary roster for the tournament. Kazionov plays for Superleague club Lada Togliatti. Yaroslavl Lokomotiv winger and Lightning prospect Anton But remains on the team's roster. Head coach Vladimir Krikunov hinted he may cut the roster down by another forward and defenseman just before the fist game of the tournament against Sweden.
Submitted by pete on August 24, 2005 - 22:29
In action last week, [url=http://www.russianprospects.com/public/article.php?article_id=338&anchor=Main]Severstal Cherepovets won the Alexander Belosokhov Memorial Tournament going 2-1-0 for the round robin and then defeating Spartak Moscow in the final 2-0.[/url] The victory was in no small part due to the play of Lightning prospect winger Alexander Polushin who appears to have cemented a prominent role for Severstal this season.
Submitted by chad on August 24, 2005 - 07:37
Contrary to an August 23 [url=http://www.canoe.ca/NewsStand/LondonFreePress/Sports/2005/08/23/1184225-sun.html]report[/url] in the London Free Press, the Tampa Bay Lightning will not be inviting London Knights center Drew Larman to its Traverse City, Michigan prospects camp. Lightning Head Scout Jake Goertzen, who is compiling the roster for the camp and tournament, said the report was false. Goertzen did confirm, however, that newly signed University of Massachusetts-Amherst center John Toffey will be added to the camp roster. Goertzen also indicated that tryout forward and QMJHL scoring star Maxime Boisclair is a good candidate to earn a pro contract out of camp, citing his statistical success and work ethic, although he remains a "longshot" to play in the NHL.