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November 16, 2001 | Chris Foster
Mighty Duck officials had hoped to bring Stanislav Chistov, the team's first-round pick in June, to training camp next season. But that is looking more and more unlikely. Chistov, a small but talented left wing, was the fifth overall pick. He was ordered home by officials from Avangard Omsk, his team in Russia, after the draft and placed in the military. Chistov was taken by the Moscow Militia last month to play for the army team in Moscow.
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November 14, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Ducks General Manager Brian Burke said he wouldn't give up on Stanislav Chistov when the first-round pick opted to play in Russia last season, and held to that statement in signing the young winger to a two-year, $1.6-million contract in July. On Monday, Burke decided the 23-year-old forward was worth giving up.
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November 4, 2002 | Lonnie White
With each game, rookie Stanislav Chistov seems to improve and his play Sunday against San Jose gained solid reviews from his teammates and first-year Coach Mike Babcock. Chistov skated 21 shifts against the Sharks and was on the ice for nearly 13 minutes. He finished with five shots on goal, all in the first period, including a score 19 seconds into the game.
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September 20, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
The last time Stanislav Chistov was seen around these parts, the Russian winger was equal parts dazzling and befuddling. Following a promising rookie season for the Ducks in 2002-03 that was topped by an impressive turn in the playoffs, Chistov struggled through a 2003-04 season in which he scored only two goals and 18 points in 56 games. Now, the club's 2001 first-round pick is back in the NHL and insists he is a different player. "I've got more maturity," Chistov said.
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October 19, 2002 | Chris Foster
Trying to find the right combinations, Coach Mike Babcock returned rookie Stanislav Chistov to the lineup Friday night against Vancouver, skating him on the third line with Matt Cullen and Alexei Smirnov. Chistov had a goal and four points while Smirnov had a goal and two points in the season-opening victory over St. Louis, but Chistov sat out Wednesday's loss to the Kings. Babcock met with Chistov and Smirnov, who is also a rookie, Friday morning.
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November 22, 2003 | Lisa Dillman, Times Staff Writer
It was six degrees of somber in a couple of pockets of the Mighty Duck dressing room Friday after the morning skate. Rookie forward Joffrey Lupul was down. So was second-year forward Stanislav Chistov. The difference, though, was that they were going past each other, in a figurative sense. Chistov, after a one-game exile as a healthy scratch, was back in the lineup against Nashville.
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August 16, 2005 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
The Mighty Ducks envisioned Stanislav Chistov as a future star when they made him their top draft pick four years ago. That scenario might still happen, but the talented young forward is out of the picture this season. General Manager Brian Burke said Monday that the 22-year-old center, whose rights the Ducks hold, will play in Russia as he tries to restore the promise he showed as a rookie three years ago.
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November 20, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Duck forward Stanislav Chistov was scratched as a coach's decision for the second time this season. If that message wasn't clear, Coach Mike Babcock gave an oral presentation after Wednesday's 3-3 tie with Dallas. Asked what he would like to see from Chistov, Babcock said, "Work. It's pretty simple. "Potential is a dirty word, and God gives you that, if you choose not to do anything with it, then it's just a dirty word. But this is a tough league and a man's league and you want to work.
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January 31, 2004 | Elliott Teaford, Times Staff Writer
Stanislav Chistov left the Arrowhead Pond after the Mighty Ducks' morning skate Friday, with an equipment bag slung over his right shoulder, a number of hockey sticks taped together in his hands and tears welling in his eyes. Chistov, the poster boy for the Ducks' offensive woes this season, was demoted to the team's minor-league affiliate at Cincinnati. It's hoped he will regain his touch and confidence around the net. "Yes, of course," Chistov said when asked if he was disappointed.
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November 14, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
Ducks General Manager Brian Burke said he wouldn't give up on Stanislav Chistov when the first-round pick opted to play in Russia last season, and held to that statement in signing the young winger to a two-year, $1.6-million contract in July. On Monday, Burke decided the 23-year-old forward was worth giving up.
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August 16, 2005 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
The Mighty Ducks envisioned Stanislav Chistov as a future star when they made him their top draft pick four years ago. That scenario might still happen, but the talented young forward is out of the picture this season. General Manager Brian Burke said Monday that the 22-year-old center, whose rights the Ducks hold, will play in Russia as he tries to restore the promise he showed as a rookie three years ago.
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January 31, 2004 | Elliott Teaford, Times Staff Writer
Stanislav Chistov left the Arrowhead Pond after the Mighty Ducks' morning skate Friday, with an equipment bag slung over his right shoulder, a number of hockey sticks taped together in his hands and tears welling in his eyes. Chistov, the poster boy for the Ducks' offensive woes this season, was demoted to the team's minor-league affiliate at Cincinnati. It's hoped he will regain his touch and confidence around the net. "Yes, of course," Chistov said when asked if he was disappointed.
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December 10, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Joffrey Lupul is living a dream. Stanislav Chistov is dealing with reality. The season has been considerably different for two of the Mighty Ducks' top young players. Lupul, a rookie, has six goals -- three in the last two games -- and is playing on the top line with Sergei Fedorov and Andy McDonald. Chistov, a second-year player, hasn't scored a goal, is frustrated, and is skating on the fourth line, logging only 7 minutes 7 seconds Sunday against Dallas.
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November 22, 2003 | Lisa Dillman, Times Staff Writer
It was six degrees of somber in a couple of pockets of the Mighty Duck dressing room Friday after the morning skate. Rookie forward Joffrey Lupul was down. So was second-year forward Stanislav Chistov. The difference, though, was that they were going past each other, in a figurative sense. Chistov, after a one-game exile as a healthy scratch, was back in the lineup against Nashville.
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November 20, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Duck forward Stanislav Chistov was scratched as a coach's decision for the second time this season. If that message wasn't clear, Coach Mike Babcock gave an oral presentation after Wednesday's 3-3 tie with Dallas. Asked what he would like to see from Chistov, Babcock said, "Work. It's pretty simple. "Potential is a dirty word, and God gives you that, if you choose not to do anything with it, then it's just a dirty word. But this is a tough league and a man's league and you want to work.
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November 12, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Mighty Duck winger Stanislav Chistov has had something on his mind. "When will I get my first goal?" Chistov said. "I think about that every day." The same thought has occurred to those running the Ducks. But Chistov is learning that life in the NHL doesn't necessarily get easier. He had 12 goals and 30 points during a solid rookie season a year ago. That led to a strong playoff performance in which he scored four goals. Yet he has none through his first 15 games this season.
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September 20, 2006 | Eric Stephens, Times Staff Writer
The last time Stanislav Chistov was seen around these parts, the Russian winger was equal parts dazzling and befuddling. Following a promising rookie season for the Ducks in 2002-03 that was topped by an impressive turn in the playoffs, Chistov struggled through a 2003-04 season in which he scored only two goals and 18 points in 56 games. Now, the club's 2001 first-round pick is back in the NHL and insists he is a different player. "I've got more maturity," Chistov said.
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April 13, 2003 | Chris Foster; Helene Elliott
Mighty Duck left wing Stanislav Chistov skated down the right side and remembered the harping of Coach Mike Babcock. So Chistov flipped a harmless-looking shot on net ... and the puck grazed Detroit goalie Curtis Joseph and plopped down in the net for the Ducks' first goal Saturday. "There was no play," Chistov said. "Mike always tells me to throw the puck on the net. I tried that. When I skated behind the net and looked down, the puck was in the net. I was surprised."
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April 21, 2003 | Chris Foster, Times Staff Writer
Stanislav Chistov is making hockey news in Russia instead of reading hockey news in Russia. Ink usually set aside for Detroit's Sergei Fedorov was being used on Chistov after the Mighty Ducks stunned the Red Wings, sweeping them from the Stanley Cup playoffs. "A friend of mine in Russia called the other day and told me my name was the newspaper," Chistov said. "It said 'Anaheim Kills Detroit.' I have had Russian newspapers calling me for interviews. It was good.
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April 13, 2003 | Chris Foster; Helene Elliott
Mighty Duck left wing Stanislav Chistov skated down the right side and remembered the harping of Coach Mike Babcock. So Chistov flipped a harmless-looking shot on net ... and the puck grazed Detroit goalie Curtis Joseph and plopped down in the net for the Ducks' first goal Saturday. "There was no play," Chistov said. "Mike always tells me to throw the puck on the net. I tried that. When I skated behind the net and looked down, the puck was in the net. I was surprised."
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