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Flyers' Mason leaves with injury against Capitals

Sunday, 02.08.2015 / 4:34 PM / News

Adam Vingan - Correspondent

WASHINGTON -- Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Steve Mason had to be helped to the locker room after sustaining a lower-body injury in the second period against the Washington Capitals on Sunday, the team announced via Twitter.

Mason was replaced by Ray Emery. He had made eight saves prior to leaving the game.

Oilers forward Hall returns to Edmonton for evaluation

Sunday, 02.08.2015 / 1:53 PM / News

Edmonton Oilers forward Taylor Hall has returned to Edmonton for further assessment of his injured left ankle.

"It wasn't responding like we wanted it to," coach Todd Nelson told the Oilers website. "He's going back to get an MRI just to make sure that we know what we're dealing with. Then we'll go through the process after that."

Hall missed the Oilers' first three games after the All-Star break. He returned and played against the San Jose Sharks on Feb. 2 in 5-4 Edmonton victory and had an assist in 10:41 of ice time. He did not play in Edmonton's past two games.

Maple Leafs reassign Bibeau, Granberg to Marlies

Sunday, 02.08.2015 / 11:20 AM / News

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Sunday that defenceman Petter Granberg and goaltender Antoine Bibeau have been reassigned to the Toronto Marlies (AHL).

Granberg, 22, has been held pointless in three regular season games with the Maple Leafs this season. The Gallivare, Sweden native has played 29 regular season games with the Toronto Marlies, collecting seven points (one goal, six assists).

Bibeau, 20, has yet to make his NHL debut. In 20 games with the Toronto Marlies this season, the Victoriaville, Quebec native has a record of 8-7-5 with a 2.58 goals against average and 0.917 save percentage.

Around the League notebook for Saturday, Feb. 7

Sunday, 02.08.2015 / 10:22 AM / News

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Tomas Tatar (1-2—3) matched a career-high with three points (Jan. 17 against the Nashville Predators) and Petr Mrazek made 22 saves to guide the Detroit Red Wings to their third straight victory and propel the, into first place in the Eastern Conference.

* At 31-12-9 (71 points), the Red Wings leapfrogged the Tampa Bay Lightning (33-16-5, 71 points) – who lost in regulation against Los Angeles – for the No. 1 seed in the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference. Detroit holds two games in hand, but Tampa Bay owns the ROW tiebreaker (TBL: 31, DET: 29).

* Tatar is tied for second on the Red Wings with 23-16—39 in 52 GP, matching a career high set in 73 games last season (19-20—39). His team-leading 23rd goal was his sixth game-winner, placing him one off the NHL lead shared by four players.

* Mrazek improved to 8-1-0 in 10 starts since Jimmy Howard was injured on Jan. 10, matching his win total from his first 20 career games (8-8-1). He is 13-4-1 with a 2.42 goals-against average and .914 save percentage in 19 appearances this season.

Rogers Hometown Hockey: St. John's, Newfoundland

Sunday, 02.08.2015 / 3:00 AM / News

Sportsnet in Canada and NHL Network in the U.S. will televise "Rogers Hometown Hockey" on Sunday at 7 p.m. ET. In Canada, the show will be followed by the game between the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins. The location this week is St. John’s, Newfoundland, and the half-hour program will celebrate the city's iconic hockey story.

Among the features airing on the pregame show:

* For more than five decades, "Hockey Night in Canada" broadcaster Bob Cole has brought fans throughout an entire country to the edge of their seats describing the game like nobody else. For many, Cole is the sound of hockey and has provided a one-of-a-kind narrative that has captivated us all.

Blues' top line is scoring, and shutting down scorers

Saturday, 02.07.2015 / 3:54 PM / NHL Insider

Louie Korac - Correspondent

ST. LOUIS -- Once St. Louis Blues coach Ken Hitchcock went back to an old reliable forward line, it was a matter of time before it would begin to click on all cylinders.

The Blues' top line of Alexander Steen, David Backes and T.J. Oshie has put together quite the offensive run in recent weeks.

Since the Blues' post-Christmas schedule, Steen, Backes and Oshie have been on the scoresheet on a regular basis, and the Blues are accruing points at a rapid pace.

The Blues (34-14-4), who host the Chicago Blackhawks (32-18-2) Sunday (12:30 p.m. ET; NBC, SN360), have received 65 points (33 at even-strength with all three players on the ice) in 18 games from the line, an average of 3.6 per game.

Oilers doctor leading World's Longest Hockey Game

Saturday, 02.07.2015 / 3:45 PM / NHL Insider

Evan Sporer - Staff Writer

The longest game in the history of the NHL lasted more than 176 minutes, and ended when the Detroit Red Wings' Mud Brunteau scored in the sixth overtime to beat the Montreal Canadiens in a Stanley Cup Playoff game March 24, 1936.

That's just a warm-up compared to what Dr. Brent Saik and his friends are doing.

On Feb. 6, Saik was one of 40 players to start the fifth World's Longest Hockey Game, an event that raises money for the Alberta Cancer Foundation. All proceeds go toward purchasing a piece of equipment for the Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton.

Maple Leafs recall Bibeau, place Phaneuf on IR

Saturday, 02.07.2015 / 2:57 PM / News

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Saturday that the club has recalled goaltender Antoine Bibeau from the Toronto Marlies (AHL) on an emergency basis. In addition, defenceman Dion Phaneuf was retroactively placed on injured reserve (January 21) in order to create a roster spot. Toronto’s active roster currently sits at 23 players (13 forwards, seven defencemen and three goaltenders).

Bibeau, 20, has appeared in 20 games with the Toronto Marlies this season, posting a record of 8-7-5 with a 2.58 goals against average and 0.917 save percentage. The Victoriaville, Quebec native has yet to make his NHL debut. Bibeau was drafted by the Maple Leafs in the sixth round (172nd overall) during the 2013 NHL Draft.

Rangers goalie Lundqvist tells fans he's feeling better

Saturday, 02.07.2015 / 12:23 PM / News

New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist thanked his friends and fans for well-wishes and said he is starting to feel better in his recovery from a vascular injury.

The Rangers announced Friday that Lundqvist would miss three to five weeks because of the injury, sustained Jan. 31 during a game against the Carolina Hurricanes when he was hit in the throat by a puck.

Lundqvist used his verified Twitter account to make his first public comments on his injury.

"I can't be on the ice right now, it's disappointing. I'm focused on doing everything I can for a fast recovery with help from our great staff," he wrote. "It's all under control and I feel better and better but right now I need some rest to heal. Thanks again for your support!"

Bruins' Chara used time off to get real estate license

Saturday, 02.07.2015 / 10:56 AM / NHL Insider

Most NHL players will set their sole focus on getting healthy when they're out with an injury.

Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara isn't like most NHL players, and not only because he's the tallest ever at 6-foot-9.

The Boston Globe reported Saturday that Chara, 37, has become licensed to sell real estate in Massachusetts.

Chara tore a ligament in his left knee Oct. 23; rather than lie around between daily rehab sessions each day, he enrolled in a real estate program. He passed his licensing exam during the NHL All-Star break last month and received his license that day.

"I like to keep as many doors open as possible for the future," Chara said, according to the Globe. "I just felt that while I was obviously not traveling as much with the team, I had so much time, especially early into my rehab, I decided to take some courses and I ended up going for the [exam]."

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