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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 6:52 PM

By Matt Sitkoff -  NHL.com Contributor /NHL.com - NHL Live blog

CISCO NHL Live: Joffrey Lupul

Toronto Maple Leafs left wing Joffrey Lupul joins CISCO NHL Live.

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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 5:19 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - 2013 Trade Deadline blog

Trade Deadline: Best of the Rest

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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 5:14 PM

By Dave Lozo -  NHL.com Staff Writer /NHL.com - 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

No changes for Jets; Pavelec starts vs. Rangers

NEW YORK -- Winnipeg Jets coach Claude Noel said he will go with the same lineup Monday night against the New York Rangers that he used in his team's 3-1 home loss to the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday.

The means goaltender Ondrej Pavelec, who is 2-0-0 with a 2.00 goals-against average and .936 save percentage against the Rangers this season, will be in net.

The Jets didn't stake this morning, but here were the lines they employed against the Hurricanes:


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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 4:57 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

Sharks activate Greiss, assign Stalock to AHL

The San Jose Sharks on Monday activated goaltender Thomas Greiss from injured reserve and reassigned goaltender Alex Stalock to the Worcester Sharks, the team's American Hockey League affiliate.

In four games this season, Greiss is 1-3-0 with a 2.78 goals-against average and .906 save percentage.

In two games with San Jose this season, Stalock has posted an 0-0-1 record with a 2.86 GAA and a .846 save percentage. In 31 games with Worcester, he has posted a 15-12-3 record with a 2.48 GAA and a .917 save percentage.

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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 3:52 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

Tennyson to make NHL debut for Sharks

Defenseman Matt Tennyson is set to make his National Hockey League debut on Monday night as the San Jose Sharks host the Vancouver Canucks at HP Pavilion.

Tennyson, a 22-year-old undrafted free agent and California native, will be paired on defense with veteran Brad Stuart.

Here's how the lineups project for the Sharks and Canucks:


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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 3:38 PM

By NHL.com Staff -  /NHL.com - 2013 Trade Deadline blog

Sharks' Clowe addresses trade speculation

San Jose Sharks forward Ryane Clowe addressed the trade rumors swirling around him following the morning skate at HP Pavilion on Monday.

Clowe, who has a no-trade clause in his contract, is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent following the season and multiple media outlets have reported Monday that a trade is imminent.

"I'm aware of what's going on and anything happening with me has to go through me, so we'll see," Clowe said, according to the San Jose Mercury News.

Clowe did not say if he thought a trade would happen Monday or at least before the deadline at 3 p.m. ET on Wednesday.


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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 2:49 PM

By Barry Melrose -  NHL Network Analyst /NHL.com - Melrose Minute

Melrose: Pens team to beat despite Crosby injury

Originally I was going to talk this week about who I thought would reel in the big fish at the upcoming trade deadline on Wednesday. You might see some big names move like Edmonton's Ryan Whitney or maybe Calgary's Jay Bouwmeester, and there are definitely teams like the Boston Bruins or Chicago Blackhawks that I think will look to get deeper in certain areas before the Stanley Cup Playoffs. But something strange happened last week.

All of the big fish got traded already -- and they're all in Pittsburgh.

If you had told me eight days ago that the Pittsburgh Penguins would be sitting here with Jarome Iginla, Brenden Morrow and Douglas Murray, I would have said you were nuts, but the Penguins found a way to do it. The good general managers always find a way to do it, and Ray Shero's now done it a couple of times -- not only this season, but in past years with Bill Guerin and Marian Hossa. One of the main reasons Shero can make moves like this is that players know what kind of an organization the Penguins are and they want to be a part of it. Iginla wanted to go to Pittsburgh.

The Penguins were already probably the best team in the NHL before they made any of these trades -- at least if the last month is any indication. Pittsburgh has won 15 games in a row now, and that's not an accident. With these acquisitions, though, it's hard to think there's any other team that could be picked as the odds-on favorite to win the Stanley Cup this June.

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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 2:26 PM

By Matt Sitkoff -  NHL.com Contributor /NHL.com - NHL Live blog

Lupul, Cooper guests on Monday's Cisco NHL Live

Cisco NHL Live with Steve Mears and EJ Hradek, at 5 p.m. ET on the NHL Network, will get you caught up on what you missed this weekend and preview nine games on Monday night. The NHL's first star of the week, Toronto Maple Leafs forward Joffrey Lupul, will stop by the show. And fresh off his first win behind the bench, new Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper will join us.

NHL Network insider Bob McKenzie will drop by the show to share the latest on rumors as we close in on the trade deadline. We'll also examine the tight playoff races in the NHL with our resident coach, NHL Network analyst Barry Melrose.

Don't forget to submit your #AskEJ questions through Twitter via @NHLNetwork or @EJHradek_NHL, and stick around for the shootout as EJ picks all the games being played on Monday.

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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 1:42 PM

By Arpon Basu -  Managing Editor LNH.com /NHL.com - 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

Groin injury puts Ruutu back on sidelines for Canes

MONTREAL -- Forward Tuomo Ruutu took a couple of spins around the ice before retreating back to the dressing room prior to the Carolina Hurricanes morning skate Monday after injuring his groin in Saturday night's 3-1 win against the Jets in Winnipeg.

Ruutu will miss Monday night's game against the Montreal Canadiens and is day-to-day, coach Kirk Muller said.

There was also some good news on the injury front for the Hurricanes, however, as defenseman Bobby Sanguinetti skated with the team, though he will miss his fourth game with an upper-body injury. Defenseman Justin Faulk will miss his fifth game with a knee injury, but the Hurricanes are hopeful he will return by the end of the week, Muller said.

Finally, goaltender Dan Ellis will be the backup for Justin Peters on Monday after recovering from a leg laceration that cost him the last three games. He should be ready to start Tuesday night in a big divisional game at home against the Washington Capitals.


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Posted On Monday, 04.01.2013 / 1:40 PM

By Mike G. Morreale -  NHL.com Staff Writer /NHL.com - 2012-2013 At the Rink blog

Islanders sign Lee to entry-level contract

NEWARK, N.J. -- New York Islanders center Anders Lee has experienced the lowest of lows and the highest of highs in a span of three days.

On Saturday, the 6-foot-3, 220-pound junior at the University of Notre Dame experienced the disappointment of elimination from the NCAA Midwest Regional semifinals by fourth-seeded St. Cloud State. That ended any hope top-seeded Notre Dame had at reaching the Frozen Four.

Two days later, however, he signed a two-year, entry-level deal with the team that drafted him in sixth round (No. 152) of the 2009 Draft.

While Lee will not play for the Islanders against the New Jersey Devils on Monday at Prudential Center, he did join his teammates for their morning practice.


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It was a different game in the past, that's for sure. It's not exactly what I was expecting but I think the experience paid off for a lot of our guys that realized what it takes in a Game 7. Realistically the effort we put forward, we might not even had to put 60 [minutes], but we just couldn't get a couple bounces to go our way and we just kept pushing.

— Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby on Washington's play in Game 7 vs. the Islanders