Kyle Wilson

#22C,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 201
Born:
Birth Place: Oakville, Ontario
Draft: 2004 9th round (272nd pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • NBC Sports

    Ducks’ Cogliano just doesn’t think Predators were the better team

    The Anaheim Ducks battled their way to Game 6 of the Western Conference Final, but Colton Sissons and the Nashville Predators ended their season on Monday. The Ducks are processing that disappointment – being just two wins away from a trip to the championship round – and some of their reactions might spark a little controversy. Specifically, it sounds a bit like Bruce Boudreau believing that his Minnesota Wild were superior to the St. Louis Blues despite falling in that series.

  • NHL Athlete Offers The Worst Non-Apology For A Slur In Sports History
    The Huffington Post

    NHL Athlete Offers The Worst Non-Apology For A Slur In Sports History

    Anaheim Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf answered questions from the media Saturday night, talking publicly for the first time about his use of a homophobic slur multiple timesduring Game 4 Thursday night. Getzlaf did not apologize to anyone for his use of the slur, said it wasn’t a slur, and while tossing around the word “responsibility” a couple times, clearly is not taking any. “There were obviously some words said, not necessarily directed at anyone in particular, it was just kind of a comment. I’ve got to be a little more responsible with the words I choose. As a father, as somebody who takes a lot of pride in this game, it’s tough to see somebody refer to it as what TSN did. I didn’t mean it

  • Coyotes’ Dylan Strome breaks Memorial Cup record with 7 points in game
    ProHockeyTalk

    Coyotes’ Dylan Strome breaks Memorial Cup record with 7 points in game

    Dylan Strome’s journey to becoming a full-timer at the NHL level might be a little bumpy, but he continues to distinguish himself at other levels. In the case of Monday, it was setting a new Memorial Cup record. With four goals and three assists, Strome’s seven-point game set a new record as he helped the Eerie Otters pummel the Saint John Sea Dogs 12-5. They’ll face the Windsor Spitfires on Wednesday to determine which team goes to the tournament’s final round. The performance wasn’t lost on his brother Ryan Strome.