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Sabres forward Scott to have hearing Oct. 31

Friday, 10.25.2013 / 5:40 PM / Department of Player Safety News

NHL.com

Buffalo Sabres left wing John Scott will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Thursday, Oct. 31 for a hit on Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson during the game Oct. 23 at First Niagara Center.

Scott was offered the opportunity for an in-person hearing as required by provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for any suspension that can exceed five games.

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Sgarbossa, Agozzino hope same path leads to NHL

Friday, 10.25.2013 / 3:28 PM / AHL Update

Alyssa Dombrowski - Special to NHL.com

In the game of hockey, on-ice chemistry is the key to success. For Colorado Avalanche prospects Michael Sgarbossa and Andrew Agozzino, the bond began forming well before they got to the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League.

"We definitely knew about each other," Sgarbossa said. "I didn't really like playing against him because he was obviously a good player on the other team and was always tough to compete against."

Natives of the Toronto area, the two competed against each other in the Ontario Hockey League from 2008-12, Agozzino with the Niagara IceDogs and Sgarbossa with the Barrie Colts, Saginaw Spirit and Sudbury Wolves.

"We were in the same division so we played each other quite a bit," Agozzino said. "Mike was a great player in the OHL. We were kind of familiar with one another and did some training together in the summer so when we both got here it was pretty easy to connect."

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Versatile forward Silfverberg settling in with Ducks

Friday, 10.25.2013 / 3:19 PM / Features

Sean Farrell - NHL.com Correspondent

OTTAWA -- Jakob Silfverberg got a call from a teammate in Rome shortly after he learned he had become a member of the Anaheim Ducks as part of the trade that saw the Ottawa Senators acquire Bobby Ryan. It came from Erik Karlsson, who himself was just coming to terms with the news.

"He was obviously very shocked at the moment, and so was I," said Karlsson, who was celebrating his anniversary with his wife in Italy when he learned his fellow Swede had been traded. "I didn't expect that on my vacation."

Neither did Silfverberg, who made a solid impression in his first NHL season with Ottawa, contributing 10 goals and nine assists while playing all 48 games.

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Rask, Niemi could be battling for Finland job, Vezina

Friday, 10.25.2013 / 2:10 PM / 2014 Olympics

Matt Kalman - NHL.com Correspondent

BOSTON -- The San Jose Sharks arrived in the Boston area earlier in the week without a regulation loss on their record.

The Boston Bruins still had a road game against the Buffalo Sabres to take care of before they returned home to face the Sharks at TD Garden on Thursday.

Regardless of the wait and the Bruins' schedule, this was a major game between the defending Eastern Conference champions and the hottest-starting team in the League, so there was plenty of buildup for the showdown between the Sharks and the Bruins, who had lost just twice in their prior eight games.

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Ovi shooting more than ever during torrid streak

Friday, 10.25.2013 / 10:38 AM / NHL Insider

Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

The sun wasn't shining any brighter and the ice wasn't any smoother than normal for Washington Capitals captain Alex Ovechkin when he woke up on the morning of March 17.

That night at Verizon Center against the Buffalo Sabres, Ovechkin was in the high slot when Nicklas Backstrom won a faceoff to him and he blistered a shot past Ryan Miller 19 seconds into the game to give the Capitals a 1-0 lead.

It was the 350th goal of his career but just the 10th of his season -- to that point.

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We're certainly happy we got the win, but we feel we have a long way to go obviously. We're going take another step in San Jose and it is going to be a tough one.

— Los Angeles Kings forward Justin Williams said after his team's Game 4 win vs. the San Jose Sharks