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Krug could return Monday for Bruins, Warsofsky out

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 4:13 PM / News

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Boston Bruins defenseman David Warsofsky will miss 2-4 weeks with a groin strain, the team announced Sunday. Warsofsky was injured in Boston's 5-2 win against the Edmonton Oilers on Nov. 6.

In addition to Warsofsky, defensemen Zdeno Chara (knee), Torey Krug (finger) and Kevan Miller (shoulder) are on the injured list. Krug, however, has been practicing since Friday and there's a chance he can return Monday against the New Jersey Devils at TD Garden.

"Yeah, definitely," Krug told the Bruins website after practice Sunday. "It's realistic, it's something that we've just got to talk about and make sure I feel comfortable with it, the coaches feel comfortable, and it's going to be a group decision.

"I feel good. I'm feeling more comfortable. Every time I'm on the ice I feel better about it, so it's good so far."

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Flyers' Schenn out two weeks with upper-body injury

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 1:33 PM / News

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Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn will miss approximately two weeks with an upper-body injury, the team announced Sunday.

Schenn was injured Saturday when he was hit into the end boards by Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon with 52.4 seconds remaining in the first period. MacKinnon received a five-minute major for boarding. Philadelphia won the game 4-3 for its third straight victory.

Schenn has a goal and two points and is a minus-5 in 14 games this season. The Flyers are also missing defensemen Andrew MacDonald (lower body) and Kimmo Timonen (blood clots). Top defensive prospect Shayne Gostisbehere will have surgery Nov. 13 to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee sustained No. 7 while playing with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the Flyers' American Hockey League affiliate.

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Stars' Roussel to have Player Safety hearing

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 12:13 PM / Department of Player Safety News

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Dallas Stars forward Antoine Roussel will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Monday morning as a result of an incident with San Jose Sharks defenseman Justin Braun in the third period at American Airlines Center on Saturday.

Roussel received two minutes for roughing and a 10-minute game misconduct at 18:51 of the third.

San Jose won the game 5-3.

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Around the League notebook for Saturday, Nov. 8

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 10:44 AM / News

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LEAGUE LEADERS SHINE ON 12-GAME SATURDAY

The League's top scorers continued their dominance on Saturday:

Sidney Crosby (0-5-5) matched a career-high with five assists to take sole possession of the League lead for assists (17) and points (24). He also had five assists on Mar. 10, 2013 against the New York Islandersand Dec. 13, 2006 against the Philadelphia Flyers when he scored a career-high six points. Crosby is the first player to post five helpers in a game since Jamie Benn on Nov. 14, 2013 (1-5-6). He now has points in 19 straight games against the Buffalo Sabres (10-26-36), his longest active point streak against any team.

Jakub Voracek (0-3-3) extended his point streak to eight games, one shy of his personal best set from Dec. 9 to 28, 2013. He has seven multi-point games this season and at least one point in 13 of 14 games in 2014-15. Voracek ranks second in the League in assists (16) and points (22).

Tyler Seguin scored his sixth career hat trick (fifth in 94 GP with the Dallas Stars) and second this season (also Oct. 14 at the Columbus Blue Jackets) to move into third for goals (10) and points (19, tie).

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Ducks' Kesler looking forward to facing ex-teammates

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 3:00 AM / NHL Insider

Curtis Zupke - NHL.com Correspondent

ANAHEIM -- The incredulous look came across Ryan Kesler’s face when he was asked how quickly he checked the 2014-15 NHL schedule after he was traded to the Anaheim Ducks, as if someone questioned his competitiveness.

Yes, the first game against his former team, the Vancouver Canucks, on Sunday at Honda Center (9 p.m. ET; CITY, PRIME), has been on his radar for a long time.

“I’m a competitive guy. I want to win. Obviously I want to have success against that team,” Kesler said.


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Peter Forsberg forged golden legacy in Sweden

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 3:00 AM / Sunday Long Read

Risto Pakarinen - NHL.com Correspondent

Postage stamp images in Sweden are usually reserved for kings.

So it shouldn't come as a surprise Peter Forsberg is one of the few hockey players to have his likeness on a stamp issued by Swedish Post, the government agency regulating the country's mail system.

In a wonderful piece of symbolism, the moment commemorated on that stamp represents Forsberg's ascendancy to the hockey throne in his country.

The stamp captures Forsberg in the process of pushing a puck past Canada goaltender Corey Hirsch into the net, giving Sweden the lead in the shootout of the gold-medal game at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway.

A select group of Swedish players have had their likeness on a stamp, but Forsberg is the only one to have a singular accomplishment portrayed.

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Flyers' Luke Schenn sustains upper-body injury

Sunday, 11.09.2014 / 12:12 AM / News

Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Luke Schenn left the game Saturday after sustaining an upper-body injury when he was hit into the end boards by Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon with 52.4 seconds remaining in the first period. He did not return to the game.

Schenn was skating back into the Philadelphia zone to retrieve a puck when MacKinnon pushed him from behind. Schenn appeared to hit his left shoulder and head into the boards.

MacKinnon was assessed a five-minute major for boarding.

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Canadiens retire Hall of Famer Lapointe's No. 5

Saturday, 11.08.2014 / 8:40 PM / News

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

MONTREAL -- The Big Three is together again.

The Montreal Canadiens retired the No. 5 of Hall of Fame defenseman Guy Lapointe prior to the game against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday, allowing him to join the No. 18 of Serge Savard and No. 19 of Larry Robinson in the rafters of Bell Centre.

An emotional Lapointe, who has been the Wild's chief of amateur scouting since Minnesota was awarded an expansion franchise in 1999, struggled to control his emotions as he watched his No. 5 Lapointe banner raised between those of his fellow Big Three members on either side of him.

"I was a lot more comfortable in a pair of skates than I am in my shoes right now," Lapointe told the Bell Centre crowd.

The NHL is not likely to see anything like the famed Big Three on the blue line of the powerhouse Canadiens teams of the 1970s again, with Savard, Robinson and Lapointe all honored in the Hockey Hall of Fame after playing on the same blue line.

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Maple Leafs honor Bower on 90th birthday

Saturday, 11.08.2014 / 8:06 PM / News

Mike Brophy - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- The Toronto Maple Leafs honored Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender Johnny Bower, who turned 90 on Saturday, at a stoppage in play during the first period of their game against the New York Rangers. Bower was presented with a framed and autographed crest from each team, and the sellout crowd serenaded him with "Happy Birthday."

Bower served with the Canadian Army during World War II; he was stationed in England from 1940-43. He played parts of three seasons with the Rangers in the mid-1950s, then became a star with the Maple Leafs in the '60s, helping Toronto win the Stanley Cup four times.

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Rogers Hometown Hockey celebrates Burnaby

Saturday, 11.08.2014 / 11:14 AM / News

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Prior to the telecast Sunday of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators (6 p.m. ET; NHLN-US, CITY), NHL Network will televise the "Rogers Hometown Hockey" broadcast at 5:30 p.m. ET on CITY and the NHL Network in the United States. This week's location is Burnaby, British Columbia, to celebrate the city's iconic hockey story.

Among the features airing on the pregame show:

-- The story of Ottawa Senators defenseman Patrick Wiercioch, who was born in Burnaby, and forward Kyle Turris. The two were teammates on the Burnaby Express of the British Columbia Hockey League during the 2006-07 season and were reunited as members of the Senators organization in 2011-12.

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