Thursday, February 22, 2007

News and Notes features Colorado Avalanche rookie forward Paul Stastny, who played with the Lancers.

With his three-point night, Paul Stastny broke the record for most points (53) by an Avalanche rookie since the team moved to Denver. The record had belonged to Alex Tanguay, who had 51 points in 1999-2000.

But Joe Sakic alleviated those fears when the father walked through the locker room one day. Sakic, who was mentored by the elder Stastny when he was a rookie, pulled the father to the side. He simply told him the kid was good and could hold his own.

"I knew he could play, but you never know," Peter Stastny said. "Joe said, 'He didn't make the team because he's your son. He deserved to make the team.' That's a good thing to hear. He's with a great group of guys who put him in a position to showcase his talent. He's done better than I could dream."

Des Moines' forward Mike Dorr has committed to the University of Minnesota. WCH Blog also makes mention.

An article featuring former Lincoln Star David Backes.

Waterloo Black Hawks to raise money for Cedar Valley needy.

Sioux City Musketeers office received an interesting package today.

Edit: I guess the story is gone now, but the package they received today were game used sticks sent from Ruslan Fedotenko. Fedotenko had a couple of his teammates by the names of Vincent Lecavalier and Martin St. Louis sign the sticks as well. The items were to be auctioned off at the team's annual Faceoff for Charity event.

Lastly, Marc Foster mentions that the Fargo press conference is to take place at 7:30 pm CST.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What did the SC article say?