Kirill Kabanov

LW / N.Y. Rangers Rangers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Islanders Place Kabanov On Waivers

      News: Kirill Kabanov was placed on unconditional waivers by the Islanders on Tuesday.
      Analysis: The 21-year-old is extremely skilled but his lack of maturity has hampered his prospects for an NHL career. The Islanders loaned him to MoDo in Sweden last season, and Tuesday's move appears to signify the team has pulled the plug on the Kirill Kabanov experiment.
    • Isles' Kabanov To Play In Europe

      News: The Islanders have loaned Kirill Kabanov to MoDo of the SEL, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov has always had the skill to play in the NHL but a lack of maturity has limited his progress. In the end Kabanov was a gamble probably worth taking by the Islanders, but it's also one that is unlikely to pay off.
    • Isles Kabanov Brought Back To AHL

      News: Kirill Kabanov was recalled from ECHL Stockton to AHL Bridgeport on Tuesday, according to Islanders Point Blank.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov was demoted in October due to some attitude problems. Apparently, the Isles have been pleased with his performance of late and believe he deserves another chance in the AHL. Kabanov has always had the talent to be an NHL player, but his desire (or lack thereof) has always held him back.
    • Isles' Kabanov Demoted To ECHL

      News: Kirill Kabanov was demoted to the ECHL on Tuesday, according to the Islanders Point Blank.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov is loaded with talent but is missing the desire to do all of the little things to make the NHL. The Islanders are hoping this is a wake up call but at this point in time it seems very unlikely that Kabanov will ever reach the NHL with them.
    • Isles' Kabanov Takes To The Ice

      News: Kirill Kabanov (hand) skated with a few other Islanders on Monday, according to the Islanders Point Blank.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov suffered a pretty nasty cut from a skate blade on his hand in late October. He is expected to be ready to play shortly. He may get an invite to an abbreviated training camp but is not expected to make the team.
    • Islanders' Kabanov Suffers Serious Hand Injury

      News: Kirill Kabanov underwent surgery Saturday after suffering a large laceration on his hand in an AHL game Friday, the Connecticut Post reports.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov will be re-evaluated Monday, with no immediate timetable available for his return. The 20-year-old was selected 65th overall by the Islanders in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
    • Isles Like Kabanov's New-Found Maturity

      News: Islanders coaches have been impressed with Kirill Kabanov's maturity at the team's prospect camp, reports Newsday's Arthur Staple.
      Analysis: He has apparently been less boisterous (read: less of a flake) during drills and scrimmages, and contributed in positive ways. He didn't record much offense, but that's OK -- the character stuff is way more important for the Isles than his offense (just yet). He'll produce if he can "fit in." This was a great first step.
    • Isles' Kabonov Could Be Headed To KHL

      News: Kirill Kabanov could be headed to the KHL, according to Newsday's Arthur Staple.
      Analysis: This not confirmed and Isles GM Garth Snow admitted that it's "news to me". Kirill Kabanov has never played in the NHL but the Isles do have high hopes, he is under contract with the team for three more seasons.
    • Isles' Kabanov Suffers Concussion

      News: Kirill Kabanov suffered a concussion during the game Saturday, according to the Guardian.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov has yet to play a game for the Islanders but will once again look to make the team next season out of training camp. He does hold some upside, but nothing that should make fantasy owners salivate.
    • Isles' Kabanov To Play In Sweden

      News: Kirill Kabanov has been transferred to Farjestad of the SEL, according to the Islanders Point Blank.
      Analysis: Kirill Kabanov wasn't allowed to play for his junior team as rules state that each team is only allowed a maximum of two foreign players, so off to the Swedish Elite League he goes.
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