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Hockey Notes On A Saturday
from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun, - The Calder Trophy, by definition, goes to the player selected as the most proficient in his first year of competition in the National Hockey League. In other words, Connor McDavid. No matter how many games he plays. - I asked some Leafs people if Nazem Kadri was benched Thursday night as a punishment for his throat slashing gesture in Calgary. The fact no one answered is answer enough for me. - ’m trying to like the new Stil...

Afternoon Line- Mike Yeo
After today's 4-2 home loss to the Boston Bruins.   Mike Yeo: "I'm operating under the assumption that I'm going to be the coach tomorrow." #mnwild — Chad Graff (@ChadGraff) February 13, 2016 added 5:23pm,   Yeo on his job: "I’m a realist. You can’t lose every game and expect to think that there’s not going to be changes." #mnwild — Michael Russo (@Russostrib) February 13, 2016   added 6:40pm, Watch coach Yeo post...

Marian Gaborik On IR
LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings have placed forward Marian Gaborik on injured reserve, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today. The 6-1, 205-pound native of Trencin, Slovakia appeared in 54 games this season with the Kings, recording 22 points (12-10=22) and 20 penalty minutes before leaving last night’s game against the New York Rangers with a lower-body injury. Below, you can watch how the injury occurred.

Michael Del Zotto Will Miss “Weeks” With Upper-Body Injury
via CSNPhilly, The Flyers' playoff hopes took a huge hit Saturday. After a 2-1 overtime loss to the rival New Jersey Devils, Flyers general manager Ron Hextall announced defenseman Michael Del Zotto will be sidelined indefinitely with an upper-body injury. According to Flyers Insider Tim Panaccio, Del Zotto is out with a left wrist ailment. Del Zotto was injured late in the third period after a collision in the defensive zone and did not return to the game. ...

What Will The Winnipeg Jets Do With Jacob Trouba?
from Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe, Cheveldayoff’s most important decision will be the future of Jacob Trouba. Like Byfuglien, Trouba is a three-zone, right-shot defenseman. But while the Jets have a good projection of Byfuglien’s next five seasons, they don’t have the same clarity with Trouba. Nobody does with 21-year-old defensemen. Trouba could develop into Winnipeg’s version of Drew Doughty. Or he could round into more of a muted but still dependable ...

Video- Joseph Blandisi With A Great Move- Goal
Nice move and it is a power play goal.  

Working For The Original Six
from Joe McDonald of ESPN, Walk into almost any locker room, and there will be a tribute to the organization's history somewhere on the walls. This is especially true with Original Six teams. Pictures, artifacts, retired numbers and replica Stanley Cups are all part of the décor within the sacred homes of the Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. But each of these organizations has something bett...

NHL Short Notes
LATE GOALS PROPEL KINGS, LIGHTNING TO OVERTIME WINS . . . Both the Kings and Lightning scored tying goals in the final 30 seconds of regulation en route to overtime victories:   * Anze Kopitar posted his third career hat trick, including the tying goal with 29.7 seconds remaining in regulation, and Tanner Pearson scored at 3:10 of overtime to power to the Kings to a 6-1-1 record in their last eight regular-season visits to Madison Square Ga...

Joe Thornton Continuing To Produce
from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail, We were talking about longevity and career plans and how, in an era when youth is being served all around the NHL, there are still a few holdouts here and there – a Jaromir Jagr, a Shane Doan and yes even a Joe Thornton – who defy the years and the era they play in and still find a way to succeed. The one common factor is their great love of the game. You ask Thornton why, at the age of 36, he is still thriving in the NHL and th...

Playoff Chances For The Montreal Canadiens Slipping Away
from Mike Boone of Hockey Inside/Out, The Canadiens playoff hopes almost certainly ended Friday night in Buffalo. Not with a bang, but a sorry-ass whimper. Playing against a terrible team that had lost in Philadelphia Thursday night, the Canadiens blew an early 1-0 lead, surrendered four unanswered goals, changed goaltenders, fought their way back into the game and then were held off the scoresheet in a third period that a desperate team should have dominated. The Canadiens o...

Video- The Action From The NHL Games On Friday
Highlights from the seven NHL games played on Friday night.  


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