Marek Zidlicky

#28D,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 190
Born:
Birth Place: Most, Czechoslovakia
Draft: 2001 6th round (176th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Fantasy Hockey training camp battles to watch
    Roto Arcade

    Fantasy Hockey training camp battles to watch

    Detroit Red Wings’ Jimmy Howard is penciled in as the starter, but there’s always a chance Petr Mrazek steals the job. It only took 526 starts, but Ward and his career .909 save percentage finally won’t be considered a locked-in starter. Sure, Ward has the Conn Smythe and the Stanley Cup title to remain a beloved figure in Carolina, but Darling also has a Cup ring and sports a career .923 save percentage, and he’s been waiting for a chance to be a starting goaltender after spending three years as one of the league’s best backups in Chicago.

  • Islanders earn split of two games with Flyers
    SNY

    Islanders earn split of two games with Flyers

    Brian Erni, SNY.TV Twitter | Archive Posts: There's this moment when you get off the Meadowbrook Parkway and merge onto Charles Lindbergh Boulevard that you catch your first glimpse of the Nassau Coliseum on the horizon. At this point in my life, I have seen it so many times that it had become old hat. But on Sunday, as it appeared in the distance, the modern new steel slats created such a stark contrast against a bright September sky that it caught me off guard. I hadn't been to the Nassau Coliseum since Game 6 of the first round of the 2015 playoffs, when I left it in my rearview mirror, tears in my eyes, after the Islanders' 3-1 win over the Washington Capitals. I hadn't even seen it since.

  • Players, coaches: NHL's preseason officiating 'brutal,' 'awful' to get used to
    CBS Sports6 hours ago

    Players, coaches: NHL's preseason officiating 'brutal,' 'awful' to get used to

    Boston Bruins standout Brad Marchand doesn't often hold back his opinion, and there was no exception of that when the NHL started enforcing faceoffs and slashing more strictly this preseason. But Marchand isn't alone in his criticism of the league's increasingly stringent approach. The NHL says its crackdown on slashing, or tapping, just like its tighter oversight of faceoffs, is aimed at making the game safer for both players and linesmen, yet there is no shortage of opponents to that strategy. It remains to be seen whether the NHL's stricter enforcement will carry into the regular season, but until then, the complaining is loud and clear. For your convenience, a collection of complaints --