KHL: The last few days


It’s a lockout, but I’ve barely noticed.

Been very busy over the last few days with a bunch of things, so without further delay, here’s a whollllle bunch of KHL games and action from the last few days. Alex Ovechkin’s first KHL hat trick, Malkin gets 4 points, and some orgasmic goals. Yes. Orgasimic.


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I’ll put the Daily KHL Updates at the top of the post for a change. Here’s today’s.

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And yesterday’s.

Ovechkin scores his first KHL hat trick in Ukraine.

Ak Bars Kazan doesn’t really have any NHL names (barring former NHLer Alexei Morozov), but they’re a damn good team. One of the league’s best. They top Zherdev, Stalberg, and Khudobin in this one.

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Zdeno Chara’s team is actually starting to win games. They also have Flames signing Roman Cervenka on their squad now, and Flyers youngster Jakub Voracek.

Novokuznetsk has been in the news for the wrong reasons recently, but they pull off the win over Slovan.

Alex Radulov is actually the biggest jerk when it comes to goal celebrations. And it’s hilarious.

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Evgeni Malkin and company light up one of the KHL’s worst teams.

John Mirasty and Trevor Gillies have their second punch-in-the-face contest, and Andrei Markov drops the gloves and gets filled like a Christmas stocking.

Joe Pavelski finally puts up some points for Minsk. He got a couple sweet feeds from his teammates, too.

Andrei Kostitsyn scores two points as Traktor beats Riga.

Karri Ramo let’s in a late one (doesn’t like it), then can’t cover up the OT-winner (doesn’t like that either).