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Extractions: TAMPA, Fla. The Tampa Bay Lightning have re-signed left wing Ruslan Fedotenko , who scored both goals in the team's 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames in the seventh game of the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals. Fedotenko played in 77 games during the 2003-04 season, recording 17 goals, 39 points and 14 penalty minutes. He signed a one-year contract Saturday. Fedotenko was acquired in June 2002 from Philadelphia and has scored 69 goals and 133 points in 305 NHL games. He played 2002 Winter Olympics for Ukraine. AP NEWS
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NHL.com Players ruslan fedotenko, ruslan fedotenko 17 Left Wing. Height 6 2 Weight 197 Shoots Left NHL.com is the official Web site of the National hockey League. http://www.nhl.com/lineups/player/8468172.html
Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey NY Islanders NY Rangers Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St. Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL NHL Officials Mighty Roos Eishockey.com Hockeyghiaccio flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Hockey Injuries Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive KIEV, UKR The Philadelphia Flyers signed Fedotenko as an undrafted free agent in 1999. He quickly stepped into the Flyers' lineup, playing 74 games in 2000-01 and notching 16 goals and 20 assists. The winger appeared in his first League game Oct. 24, 2000, and potted his first goal, a game winner, against the Buffalo Sabres on Nov. 4. A solid defensive forward, Fedotenko was plus-23 during his first two NHL seasons. At the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, the Flyers dealt Fedotenko and two second-round picks to the Tampa Bay Lightning for the fourth overall selection. Pete Iorizzo Game By Game Stats: Career Regular Season Stats Season Team GP G A P PIM PP SH GW GT Shots Pct Flyers Flyers Lightning Lightning NHL Totals
NHL.com Players National hockey League News. ruslan fedotenko, ruslan fedotenko 17 Left Wing.Height 6 2 Weight 197 Shoots Left Born Jan 18, 1979 KIEV, UKR http://www.nhl.com/players/8468172.html
Extractions: Team Sites Anaheim Atlanta Boston Buffalo Calgary Carolina Chicago Colorado Columbus Dallas Detroit Edmonton Florida Los Angeles Minnesota Montreal Nashville New Jersey New York New York Ottawa Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh San Jose St Louis Tampa Bay Toronto Vancouver Washington Affiliate Sites CBA News AHL ECHL UHL CHL ELITE NHL Officials NARCh Mighty Roos Eishockey.com flowers.nhl.com NHL Auctions NHL Alumni PowerPlay NHLExchange Beckett e-Store Hockey Archive KIEV, UKR The Philadelphia Flyers signed Fedotenko as an undrafted free agent in 1999. He quickly stepped into the Flyers' lineup, playing 74 games in 2000-01 and notching 16 goals and 20 assists. The winger appeared in his first League game Oct. 24, 2000, and potted his first goal, a game winner, against the Buffalo Sabres on Nov. 4. A solid defensive forward, Fedotenko was plus-23 during his first two NHL seasons. At the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, the Flyers dealt Fedotenko and two second-round picks to the Tampa Bay Lightning for the fourth overall selection. Pete Iorizzo Game By Game Stats: Career Regular Season Stats Season Team GP G A P PIM PP SH GW GT Shots Pct Flyers Flyers Lightning Lightning NHL Totals
Extractions: The Stanley Cup didn't have to fly in cargo on the flight between Minsk, Belarus and Kiev, Ukraine. Wait a minute, aren't you the captain? who's steering?!? Monday, July 19 was devoted to Ruslan Fedotenko, the Lightning's Game 7 hero. On June 7, Fedotenko scored both goals in the dramatic 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames that earned the Tampa Bay Lightning its first franchise championship. Ruslan Fedotenko proudly took the Stanley Cup sightseeing through Kiev, with a backdrop of architecture that dates back centuries. The Stanley Cup flew with the passengers, something it does only occasionally, from Minsk, Belarus to Kiev in Ukraine. An oddity to North American travelers, the flight allowed smoking, although Lord Stanley's Cup sat in the non-smoking section. It has every desire to be around for another hundred years or more! In the airport at Kiev, the Cup was greeted with near hysteria by more than a thousand fans and what seemed like an equal number of media members. Ruslan took the Stanley Cup to a local arena, jammed to the rafters with fans straining for a glimpse of the beautiful silver trophy. Photographs and autographs with Fedotenko ensued. Then, it was time for some sightseeing, and the Stanley Cup was witness to extraordinary buildings, significant both historically and architecturally the Cathedral of St. Sophia, which dates back to the 11th century, the Cathedral of St. Volodymyr, the Ukrainian Baroque church of St. Andrew and the Golden Gate, a reconstructed wall that centuries past, identified the city's limits.
Extractions: Soon, two Grahames will have their names engraved on the Stanley Cup. John, who'll have his name added with the 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning, tips Lord Stanley's Cup so his Mom, Charlotte, can take a celebratory sip. Charlotte already has her name carved into the Cup as a member of the championship 2001 Colorado Avalanche organization. John Grahame's family comprises quite the amazing hockey story. John is, of course, a netminder with the Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning. His brother, Jason, is a scout with the Colorado Avalanche. Mom, Charlotte, is the Senior Director of Hockey Administration with the Avalanche. Dad, Ron, was also an NHL goaltender, guarding the crease with the World Hockey Association's Houston Aeros as well as Boston, Los Angeles and Quebec in the NHL. But John is not the first to have his name engraved on the Stanley Cup. That honour goes to Charlotte, whose name is etched on the Cup's silver base following the Colorado Avalanche championship in 2001. Now, son John can boast of being the second in his family to cop the Cup. On Saturday, August 14, the Stanley Cup arrived in Denver, Colorado and was greeted by John and his family in a Hummer limo. They took the Cup over to the University of Denver, where his father works as an athletic administrator. As the Hummer pulled up in front, a bagpiper piped John and the Stanley Cup into the reception being held there. One of those first in line to meet John and the Cup was Granny Grahame, who had flown in from Victoria to help celebrate her grandson's special victory.