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Penguins' Bennett expected to miss 8-10 weeks

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 10:31 PM / News

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Pittsburgh Penguins forward Beau Bennett will miss 8-10 weeks after surgery on a broken hand/wrist, coach Dan Bylsma said on Monday night following a 4-3 overtime loss to the Boston Bruins at TD Garden.

Bennett, 21, had a goal and two assists in 12 games this season. He left during Pittsburgh's 4-3 win against the New York Islanders on Friday at Consol Energy Center.

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Coyotes' Doan sustains lower-body injury

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 10:21 PM / News

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Phoenix Coyotes captain Shane Doan left the game Monday against the Nashville Predators with a lower-body injury.

Doan played his final shift with 6:38 remaining in the second period, and a total of 14 shifts for 9:43.

Doan had an eight-game point streak end (seven goals, four assists).

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Blue Jackets' Anisimov leaves game with injury

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 9:19 PM / News

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Columbus Blue Jackets forward Artem Anisimov left with 9:10 remaining in the third period of a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre on Monday night with an apparent upper-body injury.

Anisimov was carrying the puck through the neutral zone when he was hit by Maple Leafs defenseman Dion Phaneuf. Anisimov quickly headed for the dressing room and appeared to be favoring his right arm.

Phaneuf was assessed a two-minute penalty for an illegal check to the head.

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Hockey fraternity rallying around paralyzed player

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 7:00 PM / NHL Insider

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

Pittsburgh native Kevin Kenny may not be playing the game he loves for quite some time, but don't think for a second he isn't in the hearts and minds of everyone in the hockey community.

The career path for the 20-year-old forward took an unfortunate detour this month when he crashed into the boards during a game and sustained a spinal cord injury.

Since the accident Nov. 16 while playing in a North American Tier 3 Hockey League game for the Pittsburgh Three Rivers Vengeance against the Cleveland Jr. Lumberjacks, Kenny has undergone two successful spinal surgeries.

John Kenny, Kevin's father, released a statement Monday to inform the public that "Kevin has sustained a spinal cord injury and his prognosis is guarded."

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NHL issues statement on concussion suit

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 6:50 PM / News

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Bill Daly, Deputy Commissioner of the National Hockey League, today released the following statement in response to the filing of a class action lawsuit by a group of former NHL players:

"We are aware of the class action lawsuit filed today in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf of a group of former NHL Players. While the subject matter is very serious, we are completely satisfied with the responsible manner in which the League and the Players' Association have managed Player safety over time, including with respect to head injuries and concussions. We intend to defend the case vigorously and have no further comment at this time."

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Devils' Zajac: Stadium Series should bring playoff feel

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

NEWARK, N.J. -- When the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers face off at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, Jan. 26 as part of the Coors Light NHL Stadium Series, fans can expect a playoff-like atmosphere on a grand scale.

At least that's how Devils forward Travis Zajac would prefer to label the matchup scheduled for 12:30 p.m. ET (NBC, CBC).

"These are playoff games every time we play against each other and no matter where the game might be," Zajac told NHL.com. "Especially now since we only play them five times a year. They're special games and we're both battling right now to make the playoffs and I assume it'll be that way in January as well."

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Stamkos shows progress but won't rush rehabilitation

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 2:24 PM / NHL Insider

Lonnie Herman - NHL.com Correspondent

TAMPA -- Steven Stamkos walked into the media room in the Tampa Bay Times Forum on Monday, and he did it without crutches, without a cast or a walking boot and with only a barely perceptible limp.

It was the sort of progress from a broken right tibia sustained less than two weeks ago that few expected, even Stamkos.

"The thing that shocked me the most was, you think of a broken leg and most people are in a cast for 6-8 weeks," Stamkos said. "For this specific injury, because it did break almost in half, it allowed them to put a rod in there. With the rod there it's almost full strength. The bone just has to heal. It hasn't even been two weeks and I've been walking on it without any support for the last two days."

The recovery seems swift, even for someone in Stamkos' physical condition, but there were some difficult days.

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Carolina's Westgarth to have hearing Tuesday

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 2:20 PM / Department of Player Safety News

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Carolina Hurricanes forward Kevin Westgarth will have a hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Tuesday morning for a hit on Ottawa Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki on Sunday night at PNC Arena.

At 7:55 of the first period, Westgarth hit Borowiecki along the boards. Borowiecki was helped from the ice and did not return to the game.

Westgarth received a two-minute minor for boarding on the play.

The following grounds are being considered for supplemental discipline: boarding. However, the Department of Player Safety retains the right to make adjustments to the infraction upon review.

Carolina won the game, 4-1.

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USA Hockey Sled Classic sees record turnout

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 1:39 PM / News

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Featuring 16 teams representing 14 NHL franchises, the fourth annual USA Hockey Sled Classic enjoyed a record turnout as dozens of sled hockey players competed in three different divisions.

Presented by the NHL, the tournament saw the Buffalo Sabres edge the Dallas Stars 3-2 in a shootout in the A Division final and the Washington Capitals beat the New York Rangers 3-0 for the B Division title. The C Division was won by the Nashville Predators, who defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 2-1 in the final.

Hosted from Nov. 21-24 in Pittsburgh at Consol Energy Center, Robert Morris University Island Sports Center and Blade Runners Ice Complex, the tournament was part of the third annual Come Play Hockey Month, a joint effort between the NHL and USA Hockey.

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Malkin, Pacioretty and Dubnyk named 'Stars' of week

Monday, 11.25.2013 / 12:00 PM / News

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NEW YORKPittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin, Montreal Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty and Edmonton Oilers goaltender Devan Dubnyk have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Nov. 24.

FIRST STAR – EVGENI MALKIN, C, PITTSBURGH PENGUINS

Malkin led all skaters with seven assists and eight points as the Penguins (15-9-0, 30 points) won three of four games to re-claim first place in the Metropolitan Division. He posted a pair of assists in each of his first two games of the week: a 3-1 victory over the Anaheim Ducks Nov. 18 and a 4-0 triumph over the Washington Capitals Nov. 20. Malkin then snapped a 15 game goal drought, recording 1-1—2 in a 4-3 win over the New York Islanders Nov. 22. He closed the week by collecting two assists, his fourth consecutive multi-point game, in a 3-2 loss to the Montreal Canadiens Nov. 23. The 27-year-old native of Magnitogorsk, Russia, has recorded at least one point in 10 of his past 11 games (1-15—16) and is tied for first in the NHL with 22 assists while also placing seventh in the League with 26 points in 24 contests.

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I didn't think it would actually work, but it ended up working, so I'm thanking my lucky stars tonight.

— Columbus forward Nick Foligno on scoring the overtime goal after telling the Blue Jackets in the locker room that he would win the game