Richard Nedomlel

#77D,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 234
Born:
Birth Place: Prague, Czech Republic
Draft: 2011 6th round (175th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Senators owner blasts Sidney Crosby as ‘whiner,’ wants long suspension
    Puck Daddy3 hours ago

    Senators owner blasts Sidney Crosby as ‘whiner,’ wants long suspension

    Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby slashed Ottawa Senators defenseman Marc Methot on the hands during their game on Thursday night. It was a play that happens hourly on any busy NHL game night: Lumber across the hands, in an attempt to separate player from puck or player from stick or just to mess him up a bit as he enters the attacking zone. Well, messed up, Methot was: The tip of his finger appeared severed by the Crosby slash, which was not penalized.

  • Ducks send Stoner to AHL on conditioning loan
    ProHockeyTalk1 hour ago

    Ducks send Stoner to AHL on conditioning loan

    Clayton Stoner is going to play some hockey again. The Anaheim Ducks announced today that the 32-year-old defenseman has been assigned to AHL San Diego on a long-term injury conditioning loan. Stoner has not played since Nov. 15. He had abdominal surgery in December, at which point the Ducks said he’d miss an additional 4-6 weeks. But a setback in his recovery extended the time frame. “The setback was kind of just me trying to get back maybe a little bit quicker than I should,” Stoner told the O.C. Register recently. “And I wasn’t ready. Things have been good here for a little while so hopefully I’m just trying to string some days together and earn a spot back and kind of prove that I can be

  • Sabres prospect Petersen named Richter finalist — will he sign in Buffalo?
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    Sabres prospect Petersen named Richter finalist — will he sign in Buffalo?

    On Thursday, the five Richter Award finalists for the top NCAA goalie were announced and — to nobody’s surprise — Buffalo draftee and Notre Dame product Cal Petersen was among the five. Petersen, 22, finished the year with a 21-11-5 record, .928 save percentage, 2.14 GAA and six shutouts, backstopping the Irish to the NCAA championships. Petersen’s focus is currently on making the Frozen Four. But once that’s done, attention will undoubtedly turn to the pro game. Taken in the fifth round (129th overall) at the ’13 draft, Petersen has become one of Buffalo’s more prized young assets. GM Tim Murray addressed as much in a recent interview with WGR 550 radio. “We like him, obviously a lot, as a prospect,”