One of the most exciting ice-hockey forwards to watch - Alexander Mogilny. This Siberian born sniper was one of the first Soviet ice-hockey players to defect to the NHL. He has won numerous awards, including Lady Byng Trophy (NHL 2002-2003 season, given to most 'gentlemany' player) and Best Forward in 1988 World Junior Hockey Championships. He defected with representatives of Buffalo Sabres NHL club after he and his Soviet team won the championship.
Played on one of the best lines ever in ice-hockey - with center Sergei Fedorov and winger Pavel Bure.
Played for Buffalo Sabres, Vancouver Canucks, New Jersey Devils and is currently playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Leading Toronto Maple Leafs scorer for the 2002-2003 season. Leading play-offs scorer for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Had 100% scoring percentage (3 shots on goal - 3 goals) in his first play-off game of the 2002-2003 season against Philadelphia Flyers.
Possesses a lethal combination of swift movies and marksmanship. Has a dangerous, and very precise wrist shot. Brilliant playmaker. Has the ability to take and make a pass from anywhere, at any time.
- Did you see the Sabres game last night?
- Yeah, Alexander The Great faked a wrap-around and scored the goal from behind the net by deflecting it off the goal-keeper!
Used to describe a slick move that helps to avoid a ptf type situation.
Noid: How did you get out of there?
Boat Guy: I pulled a Mogilny and split.