European Leagues

Sunday's Elitserien Score

Andreas Holmqvist did not play in Frolunda's 2-1 win over Skelleftea.

KHL Scores Galore

Wednesday (10/1)
Dimitri Kazionov had an assist and was +1 in Kazan's 6-3 win over Novokuznetsk. Albert Vishnyakov had a goal in the match for Novokuznetsk.

Vasily Koshechkin stopped 13 of 13 shots for his first shutout of the season in Togliatti's 3-0 win over Khabarovsk. Koshechkin ran his record to 2-1-1 with the win. Denis Kazionov had 4 penalty minutes in the match for Khabarovsk.

Ilya Solarev and Vitali Smolianinov were scoreless in Astana's 4-2 win over KHK MVD.

Alexei Glukhov had 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 penalty minutes, and was +1 in his season debut as Mytischi defeated Voskresensk 4-1.

Thursday (10/2)
Ilya Solarev and Vitali Smolianinov were scoreless in Astana's 3-0 win over Novgorod.

Anton But was -1 in CSKA's 5-3 loss to St. Petersburg.

Friday (10/3)
Dimitri Kazionov was scoreless as Kazan defeated Khabarovsk 4-2. Denis Kazionov did not play in the match.

Albert Vishnyakov was scoreless in Novokuznetsk's 3-2 loss to Nizhnekamsk.

Vasily Koshechkin stopped 21 of 23 shots in Togliatti's 3-2 overtime win over Novosibirsk. Koshechkin ran his season record to 3-1-1 and was named KHL Goaltender of the Week.

Alexei Glukhov was scoreless in Mytischi's 4-3 shootout win over Omsk.

Saturday (10/4)
Anton But had a goal in CSKA's 2-1 win over his old club, Yaroslavl.

Sunday (10/5)
Albert Vishnyakov was scoreless in Novokuznetsk's 3-1 loss to Yulaev.

Tuesday (10/7)
Vasily Koshechkin allowed 2 goals on 19 shots before leaving the game late in a 3-1 loss to KHK MVD. Koshechkin fell to 3-2-1 on the season.

Alexei Glukhov had 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 penalty minutes, and was +2 in Mytischi's 6-1 win over Kazan. Dimtri Kazionov had Kazan's only goal and was +1.

Denis Kazionov was -2 in Khabarovsk's 5-3 loss to Chelyabinsk.

Wednesday (10/8)
Anton But had an assist and 2 penalty minutes in CSKA's 4-3 overtime win over Astana. Vitali Smolinaninov was scoreless in the match for Astana. Ilya Solarev did not play.

Saturday's Elitserien Score

Johan Harju had a power play assist in Lulea's 4-3 overtime loss to Sodertalje.

Through 8 games the power forward has 4 goals and 6 points with 10 penalty minutes and a +1 rating. Unfortunately, Harju's club Lulea currently sits in dead last on the Elitserien table.

Friday's Finnish Jr. A Score

Matias Sointu was +1 with 2 shots on goal in Ilves Jr. A's 6-2 loss to TPS Jr. A.

Through 6 games played, Sointu has 1 goal and 2 points with 6 penalty minutes and a -5 rating. Ilves is 2-5-1 thus far this season, which is currently second to last in Finnish Jr. A.

Friday's Slovakian Extraliga Score

New year. New league to cover for the first time.

Michal Sersen had an assist in Bratislava's 8-1 drubbing of Liptovsky Mikulas.

Monday and Tuesday's KHL Scores

Monday
Dimitri Kazionov had a goal and was +1 in Kazan's 8-4 win over Novosibirsk.

Denis Kazionov did not play in Khabarovsk's 4-2 loss to Nizhnekamsk.

Albert Vishnyakov had an assist in Novokuznetsk's 3-1 win over Togliatti. Vasily Koshechkin relieved starter Mike Fountain to start the second period, and stopped 15 of 16 shots faced.

Ilya Solarev and Vitali Smolianinov both had goals in Astana's 4-3 loss to Mytischi. Alexei Glukhov did not suit up for Mytischi.

Tuesday
Anton But was -1 with 2 penalty minutes in CSKA's 3-1 loss to Cherepovets.

Wednesday's Finnish Jr. A Score

Matias Sointu was -2 with 1 shot on goal in Ilves Jr. A's 10-2 defeat at the hands of Assat Jr. A.

Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday's Elitserien Scores

Monday
Andreas Holmqvist was scoreless in Frolunda's 4-1 win over Rogle.

Tuesday
Johan Harju had a power play goal and 4 penalty minutes in Lulea's 3-1 loss to Timra.

Thursday
Johan Harju had a power play goal and 2 penalty minutes in Lulea's 4-2 loss to Brynas. Harju is off to another hot goal scoring start. His 4 goals in 7 games is tied for 4th in the Elitserien in goal scoring.

Bolts Acquire Sersen from Slovan

The Tampa Bay Lightning have acquired the rights to defenseman Michal Sersen from the Pittsburgh Penguins today in exchange for a fifth-round selection in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, executive vice president of hockey operations Brian Lawton announced.

Sersen, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound native of Gelnica, Slovakia, played in 54 games with HC Slovan Bratislava last season, recording nine goals and 18 points. He led all defensemen on the team in goals and was third in points. Sersen also played in 18 playoff games with HC Slovan as they won the Extraliga’s championship. He recorded a goal and three points during the post season. He has played in 96 games with Bratislava during the previous two seasons, recorded 10 goals and 23 points.

Sunday's Finnish Jr. A Score

Matias Sointu had a goal, 4 penalty minutes, and 8 shots on goal in Ilves Jr. A's 6-5 shootout win over Karpat Jr. A.

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