Stevie Moses Unveiled by SKA St. Petersburg

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Well, that didn’t take long. Only four days removed from the first report of Stevie Moses being placed on unconditional waivers by the Nashville Predators had he has officially been unveiled by his brand new team in Russia’s KHL, SKA St. Petersburg, after signing a new one-year contract.

Moses’ new team is currently 37 games into the 2015-16 KHL playing season and sitting in second place in the Western Conference’s Bobrov Division behind his former team Jokerit. When he played in the KHL last season he set a league record by scoring 36 goals in a single season. With a fair bit of the KHL season already off the calendar it’s safe to assume that’s not happening again. I would say though that him going from the Milwaukee Admirals to a line with Ilya Kovalchuk on his opposite wing would probably have him bursting with joy considering the swift nature of his exit from North American pro hockey.

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3 Responses to Stevie Moses Unveiled by SKA St. Petersburg

  1. Toasted Whole Grain says:

    Hey DL, question for you…

    Am I wrong to be sort of Tiffed at Moses? I feel like since he didn’t get his way (to play in Nashville) he quit on us in Milwaukee and didn’t want to play here. Is that the way it went down? He requested release?

    Or did Nashville as an organization quit on him and released him??

  2. Mike Lowry says:

    Mr. Penalty Minutes aka Laviolette was never going to give the offensively-gifted Steve Moses a real chance. Nashville’s loss.

  3. Pingback: 2015-16 Milwaukee Admirals Report Card | Admirals Roundtable

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