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Blue Jackets acquire forward Morin from Blackhawks

Sunday, 12.14.2014 / 3:03 PM / News

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The Columbus Blue Jackets have acquired forward Jeremy Morin from the Chicago Blackhawks for defenseman Tim Erixon.

Morin, a healthy scratch the past 11 games, had 28 shots on goal and 15 penalty minutes in 15 games for the Blackhawks this season. A second-round pick (No. 45) of the Atlanta Thrashers in the 2009 NHL Draft, Morin has eight goals and 16 points in 54 NHL games. He signed a two-year contract extension with the Blackhawks on June 27.

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Penguins captain Crosby diagnosed with mumps

Sunday, 12.14.2014 / 12:41 PM / News

Wes Crosby - NHL.com Correspondent

PITTSBURGH – Forward Sidney Crosby has contracted the mumps and will not play against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Monday, the Pittsburgh Penguins announced Sunday.

Crosby is expected to be through the infectious period of the disease by Monday, according to Penguins team doctor Dharmesh Vyas. He will continue to be monitored daily and could return next week.

"It's a disease that's going throughout the League and you just don't know how far it can spread," Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford said. "We're watching this on a regular basis."

During a game against Carolina Hurricanes on Nov. 28, Crosby sustained an injury to the right side of his neck. He injured a gland and underwent a CT scan, which showed the injury, Vyas said.

The Penguins medical staff tested Crosby for mumps and his results came back negative at that time, Vyas said. Crosby was placed on medications to allow for the swelling to dissipate and once he was taken off of medications, he developed swelling next to the area of his injury.

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Stars recall goaltender Lindback from AHL

Sunday, 12.14.2014 / 12:12 PM / News

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Dallas Stars General Manager Jim Nill announced today that goaltender Anders Lindback has been recalled from the Texas Stars, the team's top development affiliate in the American Hockey League. In addition, goaltender Jussi Rynnas was reassigned to Texas.

Lindback, 26, has appeared in five games with Dallas this season and holds a record of 0-5-0 with an .861 save percentage and a 4.63 goals against average. In five games played for Texas, he posted a 3-2-0 record with a 1.59 goals against average and a .946 save percentage.

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Around the League notebook for Saturday, Dec. 13

Sunday, 12.14.2014 / 10:38 AM / News

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SATURDAY'S RESULTS

Home Team in Caps

Ottawa 3, BOSTON 2 (SO)

PHILADELPHIA 5, Carolina 1

BUFFALO 4, Florida 3 (OT)

TORONTO 4, Detroit 1

NY ISLANDERS 3, Chicago 2

WASHINGTON 4, Tampa Bay 2

COLUMBUS 4, Pittsburgh 3 (SO)

Anaheim 4, WINNIPEG 1

Minnesota 4, ARIZONA 3 (SO)

DALLAS 4, New Jersey 3

St. Louis 3, COLORADO 2 (OT)

NY Rangers 5, VANCOUVER 1

SAN JOSE 2, Nashville 0

DUCKS EXTEND WINNING STREAK TO SEVEN

The Anaheim Ducks scored four unanswered goals – highlighted by a goal and an assist from Ryan Getzlaf, to erase an early 1-0 deficit and win their seventh straight game.

* At 21-6-5 (47 points), the Ducks lead the NHL in wins and sit five points ahead of the Penguins (19-6-4, 42 points) and Blues (20-8-2, 42 points) for first place in the entire League.

* Frederik Andersen has been the goaltender of record in each of the Ducks's past seven victories, marking the longest single-season winning streak of his career. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Andersen is the third goaltender in Ducks history to win seven straight games in one season, following Guy Hebert (7-0-0 from Feb. 25 to Mar. 22, 1996) and Jonas Hiller (14-0-0 from Dec. 6, 2013 to Jan. 12, 2014).

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Rogers Hometown Hockey celebrates St. Catharines

Sunday, 12.14.2014 / 3:00 AM / News

NHL.com

Prior to the telecast Sunday of the Calgary Flames and Chicago Blackhawks on CITY in Canada, the NHL Network in the United States will televise the "Rogers Hometown Hockey" broadcast at 7:30 p.m. ET. This week's location is St. Catharines, Ontario, to celebrate the city's iconic hockey story.

Among the features airing on the pregame show:

* When he was 17, Marcel Dionne decided to leave his hometown in Quebec to play junior hockey in St. Catharines. Criticized at the time, Dionne is still in the area 46 years later and proving that the Garden City was definitely greener pastures.

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Around the League notebook for Friday, Dec. 12

Saturday, 12.13.2014 / 1:02 AM / News

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DUCKS EXTEND LEAD ATOP NHL STANDINGS . . .

The Ducks built a 3-0 lead 21 minutes into the game against the Edmonton Oilers, highlighted by goals from Kyle Palmieri (1-0—1) and Ryan Getzlaf (1-1—2) in the first 51 seconds of the second period, and held on for their sixth consecutive victory. Anaheim improved to 19-3-1 against Edmonton dating to March 31, 2009.

* Per Elias, the goals by Palmieri (0:07) and Getzlaf (0:51) in the second period marked the first time in franchise history that the Ducks scored multiple goals in the first minute of any period. Palmieri’s goal was the fastest by a Ducks player from the start of any period.

* Anaheim improved to 20-6-5 (45 points), extending their lead for the top spot in the Western Conference and NHL standings. They join the Chicago Blackhawks as the only two clubs with 20 wins this season.

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Canadiens counting on Price a little too much

Saturday, 12.13.2014 / 12:43 AM / NHL Insider

Arpon Basu - Managing Editor LNH.com

Carey Price
Goalie - MTL
RECORD: 16-8-1
GAA: 2.38 | SVP: .922

MONTREAL -- The Los Angeles Kings left Bell Centre on Friday like many other teams before them.

The Kings put 46 shots on goal, attempted 46 more against the Montreal Canadiens, and wound up with two goals and zero points in the standings.

"I think we came out with a good push early and didn't capitalize on chances," Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin said after a 6-2 loss they thoroughly controlled. "They got their opportunities and took advantage of it, and we were left kind of wondering, 'What's going on?'"

Carey Price was going on.

As dominant as the Kings were, the Canadiens goaltender was a bit more so. Price stopped all 28 shots through two periods, with 16 of them coming on five Kings power plays.

"We had a lot of really good chances; we totally dominated the first period," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "I think Carey Price was really, really good, wasn't he?"

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Gordie Howe condition 'on the upswing:' report

Friday, 12.12.2014 / 9:01 PM / News

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Gordie Howe "is on the upswing," son Mark Howe told the Detroit Free Press on Friday.

Gordie Howe, 86, has dementia and has had a series of strokes. He had a serious stroke in October, and it was thought he was having another one Dec. 1. It was later revealed he was dehydrated.

He is recuperating in Lubbock, Texas, at the home of his daughter Cathy.

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Duclair glad to get chance to play for Canada at WJC

Friday, 12.12.2014 / 9:00 PM / 2015 World Junior Championship

Mike Brophy - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO – Some young men might be disappointed if their NHL team opted to send them back to junior hockey, even if it meant they were able to play at the World Junior Championship.

Anthony Duclair is not one of them.

The 19-year-old left wing for the New York Rangers, a Montreal native, jumped at the opportunity to join Canada for the 2015 WJC, which will be divided between his hometown and Toronto.

"I'm very happy and very excited to be here," Duclair said Friday at Canada's training camp. "(Rangers coach) Alain Vigneault asked me a couple of days after the roster came out what my thoughts were and I told him I wanted to be part of this tournament. With the tournament being in Canada and in my hometown, I really wanted to be a part of this and I'm happy I'm here."

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Blue Jackets place Hartnell on injured reserve

Friday, 12.12.2014 / 5:19 PM / News

ColumbusBlueJackets.com

The Columbus Blue Jackets have placed left wing Scott Hartnell on Injured Reserve and recalled left wing Kerby Rychel from the American Hockey League's Springfield Falcons, Blue Jackets General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today.

Hartnell, 32, suffered a broken finger in Thursday's 3-2 win at Washington and is expected to miss two weeks. He has recorded six goals and 11 assists for 17 points with 39 penalty minutes in 28 games during his first season with the Blue Jackets. Acquired from the Philadelphia Flyers in a trade in June 2014, the 14-year NHL veteran has tallied 256-298-554 and 1,491 penalty minutes in 981 career games with the Blue Jackets, Flyers and Nashville Predators. The Regina, Saskatchewan native posted 20-32-52 with 103 penalty minutes in 78 games in 2013-14.

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Quote of the Day

I don’t know if it was more relief for me that [Stamkos] scored or the power play scored. It was a whole compilation of Alka Seltzer.

— Lightning coach Jon Cooper after Steven Stamkos broke a long scoring drought and Tampa Bay's struggling power play scored four times in Game 2 at Montreal