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Fantasy All-Access: Bruins' Colin Miller worth look

David Satriano - Staff Writer

Every Monday, identifies potential waiver-wire pickups and points out lineup moves and schedule impacts for fantasy hockey.

The rookie crop this season has been as good as advertised. Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers, the first pick in the 2015 NHL Draft, had 12 points in 13 games before sustaining a shoulder injury which will keep him out of action for a few months. Jack Eichel of the Buffalo Sabres, the No. 2 pick, has five goals. Max Domi of the Arizona Coyotes has 12 points, as does Artemi Panarin of the Chicago Blackhawks.

But here's a player no one's been talking about although he's second in points among rookie defensemen: Colin Miller of the Boston Bruins.

Kane, Seguin and Condon named stars of week

Monday, 11.09.2015 / 12:00 PM / News

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NEW YORKChicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane, Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin and Montreal Canadiens goaltender Mike Condon have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Nov. 8.


Kane shared first in the NHL with four goals and led the League with five assists and nine points to help the Blackhawks (8-6-1, 17 points) gain five of a possible eight standings points. He opened the week with a pair of 1-1-2 games, in a 4-2 triumph over the Los Angeles Kings Nov. 2 and in a 6-5 overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues Nov. 4. Kane scored again in a 4-2 loss to the New Jersey Devils Nov. 6 before capping the week with 1-3-4, including the game-winning goal, in a 4-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers Nov. 8. In doing so, Kane equaled career highs for assists and points in one game; the only other time he recorded four points in the regular season was Oct. 23, 2007 vs. CBJ (2-2-4), his ninth appearance in the NHL. The 26-year-old Buffalo, N.Y., native shares first in the League with 10 goals and 23 points in 15 contests this season, including 7-10-17 during a 10-game point streak.

Predators recall goaltender Mazanec; Nystrom to IR

Monday, 11.09.2015 / 11:57 AM / News

Nashville, Tenn.Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced Monday that the club has recalled goaltender Marek Mazanec from Milwaukee (AHL) on emergency conditions and placed forward Eric Nystrom on Injured Reserve.

Mazanec, 24 (7/18/91), has played in five games for the Admirals this season, posting a 2-2-1 record with a 3.09 goals-against average and a .900 save percentage. In his most recent start on Saturday at Rockford, he stopped 33-of-35 shots as Milwaukee won its third straight game, 3-2 in overtime. The Pisek, Czech Republic native has played in 27 career NHL games – all with Nashville – since his first North American professional season in 2013-14, posting an 8-11-4 record, two shutouts, a 2.76 goals-against average and a .902 save percentage. The 6-foot-4, 202-pound netminder played the fifth-most minutes of any rookie NHL netminder (1,369:32) during the 2013-14 campaign and was named the NHL's Rookie of the Month for November 2013 after going 5-4-1 with two shutouts, a 2.00 goals-against average and a .933 save percentage.

Canucks reassign Bachman, recall Markstrom

Monday, 11.09.2015 / 10:14 AM / News

Vancouver, BCVancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the club has reassigned goaltender Richard Bachman and recalled Jacob Markstrom from his conditioning assignment with the Utica Comets.

Markstrom, 25, posted a record of 1-0-1, a 2.40 GAA, and a .909 save percentage during his two-game conditioning stint with the Comets. He returns from a hamstring injury sustained on October 6th. Prior to the injury, Markstrom appeared in four preseason games for Vancouver, posting a record of 2-0-0 including one shutout, a 1.01 GAA, and a .962 save percentage. He appeared in three games with the Canucks in 2014.15 and 32 games with the Utica Comets, where he posted a record of 22-7-2, a GAA of 1.88, save percentage of 0.934 and five shutouts. Markstrom backstopped the Comets to the Calder Cup Finals with a 0.925 save percentage and 2.11 GAA through 23 games.

Tie Domi talks road to NHL, son Max in new book

Monday, 11.09.2015 / 10:00 AM / NHL Insider

David Satriano - Staff Writer

NEW YORK -- Tie Domi played in more than 1,000 games during his 16-year NHL career. He learned more than a few lessons along the way.

In his new book, "Shift Work," Domi discusses his difficult road to the NHL, life in the League and what it was like to be a tough guy, as well as the lessons he's learned on and off the ice.

Domi was known for dropping the gloves; he says he took part in 333 fights during his career. Many of them came when he was protecting his team's best players, including Mark Messier of the New York Rangers, Teemu Selanne of the Winnipeg Jets and Mats Sundin of the Toronto Maple Leafs, all of whom are still close friends of his.

Ovechkin can set mark when Capitals visit Red Wings

Monday, 11.09.2015 / 9:00 AM / Weekly Primer

John Kreiser - Managing Editor

Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals are looking forward to making some history.

Ovechkin enters the Capitals game Tuesday against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena (7 p.m. ET; TVA Sports, CSN-DC+, FS-D) tied with new Hall of Fame member Sergei Fedorov for the most NHL goals by a Russian-born player. Ovechkin scored the 483rd goal of his career on Saturday in a 3-2 shootout win against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Fedorov finished his NHL career with the Capitals in 2008-09, and Ovechkin assisted on his 483rd goal. Fedorov will be at the game as part of Hockey Hall of Fame night and said he would be delighted to see his former teammate break his record.

Around the League notebook: Sunday, Nov. 8

Sunday, 11.08.2015 / 11:41 PM / News

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Tyler Seguin (1-1—2) and Patrick Sharp (1-1—2) each posted a goal and an assist to lead the Dallas Stars to their sixth victory in seven games.

* At 12-3-0 (24 points), the Elias Sports Bureau says the Stars are off to the best 15-game start to a season in franchise history.

* The Stars also improved to 7-2-0 in their first nine games on the road; their 14 points as visitors lead the NHL.

* Seguin extended his point streak to eight games (5-8—13). He leads the NHL with 14 assists and is tied with Patrick Kane (CHI) for the League lead in points with 23 (9-14—23).

* Sharp has 6-3—9 in his last seven games after going 0-3—3 in his first eight games with the team.

Red Wings goalie Howard leaves game after collision

Sunday, 11.08.2015 / 9:23 PM / News

Paul Harris - Correspondent

Detroit Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard left the game Sunday against the Dallas Stars with 12:51 remaining in the third period after being hit in the head by Stars center Jason Spezza.

However, coach Jeff Blashill said after the Red Wings' 4-1 loss that Howard did not go through the concussion protocol.

"He has some contact issues from being bumped in the head," said Blashill, who added that Howard was fine and wanted to go back into the game after being replaced by Petr Mrazek.

Pronger recalls scary incident in 1998 playoffs

Sunday, 11.08.2015 / 8:32 PM / Hall of Fame

Tim Wharnsby - Correspondent

TORONTO -- Dmitri Mironov and Chris Pronger never have discussed the frightening incident in the Stanley Cup Playoffs 17 years ago when a slap shot by Mironov hit Pronger near his heart.

Mironov was playing for the defending Stanley Cup-champion Detroit Red Wings on May 11, 1998. Pronger anchored the St. Louis Blues' blue line. Pronger jostled with Detroit forward Martin Lapointe in front of the Blues' goal, then glided out to block Mironov's shot.

The puck slammed off Pronger's chest, just left of his heart. He fell down, covered up the puck and got up. Pronger took two strides and collapsed. He was unconscious for about 20 seconds.

Pronger spent the night in Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, but was back in action four days later.

Draper skates with his heroes in Legends Classic

Sunday, 11.08.2015 / 6:47 PM / Hall of Fame

Tim Wharnsby - Correspondent

TORONTO -- Kris Draper enjoyed plenty of thrills in his 19 pro seasons, but the retired Detroit Red Wings center proved you are never too old to get a kick out of playing the game of hockey.

Draper, 44, participated in the Legends Classic game at Air Canada Centre as part of the Hockey Hall of Fame weekend.

Not only did he score the opening goal in his team's 6-5 shootout win, he got to play alongside two of his childhood heroes, Darryl Sittler and Bryan Trottier -- and against two of his treasured teammates, Sergei Fedorov and Nicklas Lidstrom.

Fedorov and Lidstrom, along with Phil Housley, Chris Pronger, Angela Ruggiero as well as builders Bill Hay and Peter Karmanos Jr., will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday evening.

"It was an absolute honor for me to be part of this," said Draper, now a special assistant to Red Wings general manager Ken Holland.

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