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Davidson says Blue Jackets ready to make statement

Friday, 07.18.2014 / 2:16 PM / News

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Other than acquiring forward Scott Hartnell in a trade with the Philadelphia Flyers on June 23, the Columbus Blue Jackets didn't make any major moves this summer. But Columbus president of hockey operations John Davidson sees a fully formed team capable of taking a big step during the 2014-15 season.

"This is a team that I think now is being recognized not just as a team that is young and up-and-coming, it's a pretty good hockey club. We have a chance here to make a real good statement with this upcoming season," Davidson told the Blue Jackets website. "I like this hockey club. I like it a lot. I like its character, I like the way it plays, I like the intestinal fortitude it has, I like how it sticks up for each other. I like all aspects of it. We have a chance to be a very good club."

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Canadiens' Bozon to play again after health scare

Friday, 07.18.2014 / 11:34 AM / News

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Montreal Canadiens prospect Tim Bozon is returning to competitive hockey more than four months after spending four weeks in a Saskatchewan hospital with a severe form of meningitis.

A 2012 third-round pick (No. 64) of the Canadiens, Bozon will play for France at an under-23 tournament in Ostrava, Czech Republic that begins July 31.

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Flames goalie Hiller has appendicitis: report

Thursday, 07.17.2014 / 6:52 PM / News

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Jonas Hiller
Goalie - CGY
RECORD: 29-13-7
GAA: 2.48 | SVP: .911
Calgary Flames goaltender Jonas Hiller needed a minor procedure after having an appendicitis attack working out in Switzerland, the Calgary Sun reported via Twitter.

Flames beat writer Wes Gilbertson wrote Hiller is "expected to make a speedy recovery."

Initial reports from Switzerland said Hiller had the attack at a goalie camp in Verbier. The camp director did not know if Hiller would need surgery.

Hiller signed with the Flames on July 1 as a free agent. His two-year contract reportedly is worth $9 million.
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Ducks sign forward Laganiere to one-year contract

Thursday, 07.17.2014 / 3:34 PM / News

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Left wing Antoine Laganiere signed a one-year contract with the Anaheim Ducks, the team announced Thursday. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Laganiere, 24, had 10 goals and 18 points in 72 games last season with the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hockey League. He had 46 goals and 85 points in 122 games over four seasons with Yale and helped the Bulldogs reach the Frozen Four in 2013.

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Devils re-sign Josefson to two-year contract: report

Thursday, 07.17.2014 / 3:02 PM / News

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Jacob Josefson has re-signed with the New Jersey Devils, according to NJ.com, which reports the forward received a two-year, $1.6 million contract.

Josefson, 23, had one goal and three points in 27 games last season.

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Tim Hunter named coach of Moose Jaw Warriors

Thursday, 07.17.2014 / 12:45 PM / News

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Longtime NHL player and assistant Tim Hunter is the new coach of the Moose Jaw Warriors in the Western Hockey League, the team announced Thursday.

He replaces Mike Stothers, who coached the Warriors for three seasons before being named coach of the Los Angeles Kings' American Hockey Affiliate in Manchester on July 1.

"On behalf of our Board of Directors, management, staff and players, I am very pleased to welcome Tim and his family to the Moose Jaw community and the Warriors," Warriors general manager Alan Millar said. "Tim brings tremendous experience to our team both as a very successful player and coach. His character, work ethic and passion for development and teaching made him the ideal candidate for this position."

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Panthers' Matheson not rushing to play in NHL

Thursday, 07.17.2014 / 3:00 AM / News

Alain Poupart - NHL.com Correspondent

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. -- During a scrimmage that closed Florida Panthers development camp last week, defenseman Aaron Ekblad, the first pick of the 2014 NHL Draft, scored a goal with a big slap shot.

Come September, he'll be trying to earn a spot on the Panthers roster.

Fellow defenseman Michael Matheson, the Panthers' first-round pick in 2012 (No. 23), had a strong outing in the same game, although he didn't score. He won't be in training camp with the Panthers two months from now because he'll be preparing for his junior season at Boston College.

For Matheson, waiting one more season is simply part of the process.

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Penguins' Crosby wins Best NHL Player at ESPYs

Wednesday, 07.16.2014 / 11:40 PM / News

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Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby was named Best NHL Player at the 2014 ESPY Awards on Wednesday.

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Thompson joins Oilers as assistant coach

Wednesday, 07.16.2014 / 9:39 PM / News

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Rocky Thompson has been hired by the Edmonton Oilers as an assistant coach on Dallas Eakins' staff.

Thompson, 36, had been an assistant coach for the past four seasons with the Oilers' American Hockey League team, the Oklahoma City Barons. He spent four seasons as an assistant coach with the Edmonton Oil Kings in the Western Hockey League.

"I bring a lot of energy, I am full of energy, and I have a lot of passion for the game," Thompson told the Oilers website. "I've been an Oiler for I believe 10 of the last 12 years as a player in the organization, a coach in their junior system, all the way up to the Oklahoma City Barons, and now I'm getting an opportunity in the NHL. I feel like I have been an Oiler for a long time and I'm excited to be a part of it at the highest level possible."

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Penguins' Crosby using treatment to avoid surgery

Wednesday, 07.16.2014 / 5:57 PM / News

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Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby will not need surgery to repair an injury to his right wrist, the team said Tuesday.

The Penguins on July 9 said Crosby had been receiving treatment for a wrist injury he sustained last season and surgery could be one solution.

"After seeking additional medical advice, doctors have decided not to perform surgery on Sidney Crosby's wrist," the Penguins said in a statement. "Sid will continue treatments and be evaluated regularly while he prepares for training camp in September."

Crosby's agent, Pat Brisson, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that Crosby opted for an injection rather than surgery, which could be needed in the future.

"If this treatment works, you avoid surgery and move on," Brisson told the newspaper Tuesday. "If it doesn't, he will have to go that [surgical] route."

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