Skip to comments.Video: Vityaz head coach Andrei Nazarov fights KHL fans with stick (Yikes)
Posted on 11/06/2011 12:49:23 PM PST by nuconvert
Andrei Nazarov played 571 games in the NHL with seven teams, with his longest tenure coming at the beginning of his career with the San Jose Sharks. In those 571 games, Nazarov dropped the gloves 133 times, according to HockeyFights.com, and compiled 1,409 penalty minutes.
(video at link)
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We need to sign him in Columbus. The job is going to be available by noon tomorrow at the latest.
The Russian version of Ron Artest.
Nah...more like the Russian version of the 1979 Boston Bruins:
I think we need to send some Russian hockey players in against the Occupy Wall Street crowd.
I would pay to see that.
lol. I think they’d be able to clear out the park being ‘occupied’
The BJ’s suck big time they won’t even reach the playoffs.
“The Russian version of Ron Artest.”
At least Nazarov has the sense not to change his name to World peace’..
That was a sweet video.
I’m pretty sure Ron Artest is insane.
We knew that after the first two weeks of the season. Totally inept management, ownership and players (with four or five exceptions.)
But hey, they can't relocate until the 2039-2040 season. The deal is done.
It brings back great memories. I was 16, and me, my girlfriend and her dad were watching it on Boston's Channel 38. It was December 27, 1979 and right after the game the news came on announcing the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
A lifetime ago...
The glory days of hockey!
It seems you still remember it quite fondly and vividly. Thanks for sharing the link.
My pleasure. As I tell my 15 year old son, "Enjoy these years at your age now; they'll be some of the best of your life." That was certainly true in my case.
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