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Flames ink Stajan to four-year extension

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 8:06 PM / News

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The Calgary Flames have signed center Matt Stajan to a four-year, $12.5 million contract extension, the team announced Monday night.

Stajan, 30, has 116 goals, 212 assists and 372 penalty minutes in his 693-game career. He is in his fifth season in Calgary after the Flames acquired him from the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2010.


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Flames coach Bob Hartley fined $25,000

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 7:30 PM / News

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NEW YORK -– Calgary Flames coach Bob Hartley has been fined $25,000 for his responsibility for the incident that took place off of the opening faceoff of NHL Game No. 735 in Vancouver on Saturday, Jan. 18, the National Hockey League announced Monday. The fine was issued in accordance with By-Law 17.3 (a) for conduct prejudicial to or against the welfare of the League.

In issuing the suspension, NHL Senior Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations, Colin Campbell stated: "We are holding Mr. Hartley responsible for the actions of Flames right wing Kevin Westgarth, who took the game's opening faceoff and attempted to instigate a premeditated fight with an unwilling opponent -- the Canucks' Kevin Bieksa."

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Canucks coach John Tortorella suspended 15 days

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 7:30 PM / News

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NEW YORK -– Vancouver Canucks coach John Tortorella has been suspended for 15 days, without pay, for his actions during the first intermission of NHL Game No. 735 in Vancouver on Saturday, Jan. 18, the National Hockey League announced Monday.

"Mr. Tortorella's actions in attempting to enter the Calgary Flames locker room after the first period were both dangerous and an embarrassment to the League," said NHL Senior Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations Colin Campbell. "Coaches in the NHL bear the responsibility of providing leadership, even when emotions run high, and Mr. Tortorella failed in his responsibility to the game."

Mr. Tortorella's suspension is effective retroactive to January 19 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 2. He will miss six games. He is not permitted to have any interaction with his club prior to, during or after games.

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Capitals reassign goalie Grubauer to AHL

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 5:19 PM / News

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The Washington Capitals reassigned goalie Philipp Grubauer to the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League on Monday.

Grubauer, 22, appeared in 16 NHL games and started 14 of the Capitals past 20, going 6-4-5 with a 2.38 goals-against average and a .926 save percentage. However, he was pulled from losses Friday against the Columbus Blue Jackets and Sunday against the New York Rangers after allowing a combined six goals on 22 shots.

Grubauer earned his first win on Dec. 8 against the Rangers and ranks third among rookie goaltenders in saves (424) and save percentage.

Washington has two other goalies on its roster in Braden Holtby and Michal Neuvirth.

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Henrik Sedin's ironman streak ends

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 4:52 PM / News

Kevin Woodley - NHL.com Correspondent

VANCOUVER – For the first time in almost 10 years, the Vancouver Canucks will play a game without Henrik Sedin.

The Canucks captain and leading scorer won't play Tuesday on the road against the Edmonton Oilers, ending his franchise-record ironman streak at 679 games. Sedin hasn't missed a game since March 2004, but didn't finish Vancouver's last two games.

Sedin was knocked out of a 1-0 loss against the Phoenix Coyotes on Thursday after taking a late crosscheck in the back of the ribs. He played Saturday against the Calgary Flames, extending the NHL's second-longest active streak to 689 games, but was clearly laboring in the second period and didn't come out for the third.

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Jets forward Kane will return to lineup Tuesday

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 4:18 PM / News

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The Winnipeg Jets will be close to full strength Tuesday against the Anaheim Ducks with the return of Evander Kane. The Jets forward missed the past four games with a deep cut on his hand.

Kane participated in a full practice Monday and coach Paul Maurice declared he was ready to go.

"Leading into [Monday], he had three hard skates, and that’s what we were waiting for," Maurice told the Winnipeg Sun. "It’s that conditioning of being able to skate. So he’s in the lineup [Tuesday]."

Maurice said he'll start Kane with Mark Scheifele and Blake Wheeler, though that is subject to change.

"I'd like to think I’m going to have some patience with it, because I'd like to see it work," Maurice said. "At the same time, I do have another place for him as well that I wouldn't mind seeing him."

Despite missing 12 games to injury, Kane's 14 goals rank third on the Jets. Kane's father will also be on the Jets' two-game California swing during which players are allowed to bring their dads.

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NHL to create fan zone inside Yankee Stadium during 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series

Attendees to enjoy hockey-themed attractions within Yankee Stadium's Great Hall & Concourse

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NEW YORK – The National Hockey League (NHL®) will celebrate the much-anticipated 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ outdoor games in New York with a variety of hockey-themed fan attractions within the Great Hall and Concourse of Yankee Stadium when the New York Rangers face off against the New Jersey Devils at 12:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 26 and the New York Islanders at 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Jan. 29.

From 10:30 a.m. ET to the start of the third period on Jan. 26, and from 5:30 p.m. ET to the start of the third period on Jan. 29, Yankee Stadium's Great Hall and Concourse will transform into a hockey-themed fan zone for attendees of all ages, with interactive attractions, prizes and giveaways; and merchandise tents with an extensive selection of officially-licensed 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series merchandise and collectibles.

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Teams urge fans to purchase parking in advance

Dodger Express, Metrolink to Operate on Saturday, Jan. 25 for NHL Stadium Series LA

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LOS ANGELES – The National Hockey League, the Los Angeles Kings and Anaheim Ducks are requesting fans attending the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series game at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, Jan. 25 to purchase their parking pass in advance online to assist in traffic flow.

Fans can visit www.nhlstadiumseriesparking.com to pre-purchase parking passes. Parking is priced at $50 and $35 for premium parking and $20 for general parking. Parking gates will open at 3:30 p.m. A limited number of tickets to the Kings vs. Ducks match-up at Dodger Stadium are available for purchase via Ticketmaster.com and Ticketmaster.ca, the official ticket marketplace of the NHL.

"We urge all of our fans to rideshare or carpool and examine all alternative transportation methods to do their part in reducing the traffic flow at Dodger Stadium," said Don Renzulli, NHL Executive Vice-President of Events. "We also ask fans to arrive early to enjoy all the pregame entertainment we have lined up to make this a most memorable and enjoyable evening."

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Fantasy All-Access: Preparing for Stadium Series

Matt Sitkoff - NHL.com Contributor

The end of the week is highlighted with the start of the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series with a game at Dodger Stadium between the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings, and at Yankee Stadium between the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils. The Kings and Ducks will be playing Thursday this week before going outdoors. Players to watch are the Kings' Anze Kopitar, who has 43 career points in 41 games played against the Ducks, and his teammate Mike Richards, who has 17 points in 16 games played against Anaheim.

On the other side, Ducks veteran Teemu Selanne has haunted the Kings for years with 118 career points in 103 games played. His teammate, Ryan Getzlaf, has 39 career points in 46 games played against Los Angeles.

The goalies have prevailed in the Devils-Rangers series with Henrik Lundqvist's career-best 28 wins against New Jersey and Martin Brodeur's 49 wins against New York the second-highest of his career. Former Rangers star Jaromir Jagr has 83 career points against his former team and Brad Richards leads the Rangers with 39 career points against the Devils.

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St. Louis, Quick and Crawford named 'Three Stars'

Monday, 01.20.2014 / 12:00 PM / News

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NEW YORKTampa Bay Lightning right wing Martin St. Louis, Los Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick and Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Jan. 19.

FIRST STAR – MARTIN ST. LOUIS, RW, TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING

St. Louis paced all skaters with five goals and eight points, highlighted by a four-goal performance Jan. 18 versus the San Jose Sharks, to help the Lightning (29-16-5, 63 points) maintain second place in the Atlantic Division. He began the week with one point in each of his first three games: an assist in a 3-2 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets Jan. 13, an assist in a 2 1 victory over the New York Rangers Jan. 14 and a goal in a 2-1 shootout loss to the New York Islanders Jan. 16. St. Louis then became the second player in Lightning history – and first since the team's first regular-season game Oct. 17, 1992 (Chris Kontos) – to score four goals in a game in a 5-4 loss to the Sharks Jan. 18.

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I came into a team that had 65 points, that was at the bottom of the basement, a team that everybody wrote off as never going to be good. My goal is to go from the very bottom to the very top.

— Forward Brandon Dubinsky on signing a six-year contract extension with the Columbus Blue Jackets