Q&A With Ivan Telegin

Kent Wilson
July 29 2011 09:12AM

 

 

Editors Note: After talking with Alex Burmistrov for Jets Nation, Andrey Osadchenko was able to catch up to recently signed prospect Ivan Telegin. Topics include Telegin's improved offensive numbers, playing in the OHL, the world junior championships and his goals for next season.

- Comparing your stats from the last season to your rookie year, one can’t help but notice that you significantly improved the number of your assists. Last season you improved this number by more than 2 times. How did you make it possible?

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Jets Sign Ivan Telegin

Jonathan Willis
July 27 2011 07:55PM

Yesterday, the Winnipeg Jets announced that they had agreed to terms with prospect Ivan Telegin. Aside from the fact that Telegin was a fourth-round pick of the Thrashers one season ago, and that he’s spent the last two years in the OHL, what do we know about him?

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Alex Burmistrov Interview

Kent Wilson
July 25 2011 09:15AM

 

 

Editors Note: Andrey Osadchenko is a Thompson Rivers journalism graduate now living in Toronto. He's an accredited member of the foreign press and writes for sports.ru and allhockey.ru. He spoke with Alex Burmistrov about his rookie season in Atlanta, the world junior championships and moving to Winnipeg.

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NATION RADIO - JULY 23, 2011

NationRadio
July 24 2011 07:16PM

If you enjoy advertisements you are going to have to make do with this old Microsoft Ad with Steve Ballmer yelling about the wonderful features of Microsoft Paint. Because as always NationRadio is delivered to you commercial free only on the Nation Network.

This week's episode includes Kent Wilson, Scott Reynolds, Gabe Desjardins, Corey Graham, a rebroadcast of an interview with Tom Renney and as always the incomparable Lowetide.

Enjoy!

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The Theory and Nature of Current Advanced Hockey Analysis

Kent Wilson
July 23 2011 02:12PM

 

 

Before we proceed with the rest of the Flames "mediocrity" series, it makes sense to discuss and explicate the basis of the analyses we tend to engage in here. The theory, the application and the practicality of the stats we employ and the resultant interpretations. 

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