Anton Babchuk

#33D,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 212
Born:
Birth Place: Kiev, USSR
Draft: 2002 1st round (21st pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Go Big or Go Home: Calgary Flames Should Look at Cory Schneider
    Matchsticks and Gasoline

    Go Big or Go Home: Calgary Flames Should Look at Cory Schneider

    When various goaltending options for the Calgary Flames are discussed, names such as the two Penguin goaltenders are brought up along with a host of other candidates. One name that has started to surface more over the last few weeks is the possibility of the New Jersey Devils trading Cory Schneider. The Devils finished 27th in the entire NHL last season with Colorado being the only team to have less wins than them. While they did receive a big boost by winning the draft lottery, would Nico Hischier or Nolan Patrick be enough to push the Devils into a playoff spot next year? Could a Trade Happen? Again, any possibility of a trade happening would come down to where the Devils think the direction

  • Reuters

    NHL-List of National Hockey League champions

    May 27 (Reuters) - List of National Hockey League champions: 2016 - Pittsburgh Penguins def. San Jose Sharks 4-2 2015 - Chicago Blackhawks def. Tampa Bay Lightning 4-2 2014 - Los Angeles Kings def

  • Penguins aim for repeat against underdog Predators in Stanley Cup
    AFP3 hours ago

    Penguins aim for repeat against underdog Predators in Stanley Cup

    The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Nashville Predators have spent the past six weeks in a postseason battle of attrition that will culminate with them locking horns in the Stanley Cup finals. The marquee matchup between the ailing defending Stanley Cup champion Penguins and the first time finalist Predators features two National Hockey League teams that refuse to let adversity get in the way. The resilient Penguins have two superstars up front, a ragtag group of blue liners and a proven playoff goalie as they seek to become the first back-to-back champion since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998.