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Ten nominees announced for Hobey Baker Award

Thursday, 03.20.2014 / 2:47 PM / News

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The 10 nominees for the Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the top NCAA men's hockey player, have been announced.

The list is compiled from balloting from all 59 Division I college hockey coaches and by an online fan ballot. The three finalists, or the "Hobey Hat Trick," will be voted on by a 27-member selection committee and a second round of fan balloting to be held March 20-30, and will be announced on April 2. Fans can vote here.

The winner of the Hobey Baker Award will be announced Friday, April 11 at 6 p.m. ET from Philadelphia, the site of this year's NCAA Frozen Four Championship.

Here are the 10 finalists:

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Lightning sign college free agent Kunyk

Thursday, 03.20.2014 / 1:42 PM / News

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The Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday signed free agent forward Cody Kunyk to a one-year, two-way NHL contract. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Kunyk, 23, skated in 37 games for the University of Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks this season, with 22 goals, 43 points, 22 penalty minutes and a plus-13 rating. The 5-foot-11, 197-pound forward led the Nanooks in goals, points, power-play goals (six) and shorthanded goals (two). Kunyk was named WCHA Player of the Year and to the first team All-WCHA team. He led the WCHA in scoring.

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Maple Leafs' Ranger released from hospital

Thursday, 03.20.2014 / 12:03 PM / News

Joe Yerdon - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Paul Ranger was released from the hospital Wednesday evening after being assessed following an injury sustained in a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Ranger was taken off the ice on a stretcher late in the first period after being injured on a hit from behind. He was stable, conscious and alert at the hospital.

Ranger was boarded by Lightning forward Alex Killorn with 4.1 seconds remaining in the period. Ranger was motionless face down on the ice before being tended to by Maple Leafs trainers and medical personnel. His head was secured by a brace and he could be seen moving his legs while down.

Ranger and Killorn were pursuing the puck behind the goal line when they collided, with Ranger's head hitting the glass.

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Blackhawks forward Kane injured, out three weeks

Thursday, 03.20.2014 / 12:45 AM / News

Brian Hedger - NHL.com Correspondent

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane will be out at least three weeks and could miss the rest of the regular season after sustaining a lower-body injury during the second period of a 4-0 victory against the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday.

Kane's left leg was hit after teammate Sheldon Brookbank checked Blues forward Brenden Morrow to the ice along the boards. Morrow hit Kane's left leg and he fell awkwardly to the ice.

Kane's last shift ended with 7:21 remaining in the second period. He skated slowly to the bench then headed to the dressing room for examination. Kane assisted on a power-play goal by Duncan Keith, his 69th point of the season, with 54.4 seconds left in the first period of a 4-0 victory.

He skated slowly to the bench then headed to the dressing room for examination. Coach Joel Quenneville said Kane will miss at least three weeks, and when asked if he would play again this regular season replied, "We'll see."

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Blackhawks coach Quenneville third to reach 700 wins

Wednesday, 03.19.2014 / 11:39 PM / News

Brian Hedger - NHL.com Correspondent

CHICAGO -- It happened against the St. Louis Blues, his first stop as an NHL bench boss, but Joel Quenneville wasn't in the mood to reflect on his career win total.

When the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Blues 4-0 at United Center on Wednesday night, Quenneville became the third coach in NHL history to reach 700 regular-season victories, joining Hall of Fame members Scotty Bowman (1,244) and Al Arbour (782) as the only coaches to reach that milestone.

Asked about it afterward, Quenneville spoke only of win No. 700 and not at all of the 699 that preceded it. Chicago hadn't beaten St. Louis in any of the first three games this season, and the victory helped the Blackhawks move ahead of the Colorado Avalanche into second place in the Central Division.

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Capitals sign college free-agent goalie Pheonix Copley

Wednesday, 03.19.2014 / 7:53 PM / News

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The Washington Capitals on Wednesday signed free-agent goaltender Pheonix Copley to a two-year, entry-level contract that will take effect in the 2014-15 season.

Copley, 22, spent the past two seasons at Michigan Tech of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

He will join the Capitals' American Hockey League affiliate, the Hershey Bears, on a tryout agreement for the remainder of this season.

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Inaugural Mike Richter Award finalists named

Wednesday, 03.19.2014 / 7:14 PM / News

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Let's Play Hockey and the Herb Brooks Foundation on Wednesday announced the five finalists for the inaugural Mike Richter Award to honor the outstanding goaltender in NCAA men's hockey. The finalists are senior Sam Brittain (Denver), sophomores Connor Hellebuyck (UMass Lowell) and Adam Wilcox (Minnesota), and juniors Joel Rumpel (Wisconsin) and Clay Witt (Northeastern).

Candidates were determined by nominations from all 59 NCAA Division I men's hockey coaches. The finalists and winner are selected by a committee of coaches, scouts and members of the media. Nominees are based on criteria including skill on the ice, academic standing, sportsmanship and community service. The finalists combined for a 2.09 goals-against average, a .933 save percentage and a grade-point average of 3.23.

The award will be presented at the 2014 NCAA Men's Frozen Four in Philadelphia.


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Coyotes sign forward Carey to entry-level contract

Wednesday, 03.19.2014 / 6:55 PM / News

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The Phoenix Coyotes announced Wednesday the signing of free agent forward Greg Carey to a one-year entry-level contract. Financial terms were not disclosed

One of the top undrafted prospects in the NCAA, Carey, 23, scored 18 goals in 38 games for St. Lawrence University. He leads the NCAA with 39 assists and is second in points with 57.

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Ducks defenseman Fowler out with knee injury

Wednesday, 03.19.2014 / 5:19 PM / News

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Anaheim Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler has a sprained left MCL and will miss the next 3-5 weeks, the team announced Wednesday.

An MRI revealed the injury to Fowler, who had two assists in a March 14 game against the Colorado Avalanche before leaving in the second period.

Fowler has six goals, 36 points and a plus-15 rating in 67 games this season.

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Red Wings' Ericsson has surgery on broken finger

Wednesday, 03.19.2014 / 4:22 PM / News

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Detroit Red Wings defenseman Jonathan Ericsson underwent successful surgery on his fractured left middle finger Wednesday and is expected to be sidelined 4-6 weeks. He injured the finger during the second period of Detroit's 3-2 win Tuesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The finger is Ericsson's third injury this season. He missed 10 games with a separated shoulder and 10 with broken ribs.

In the past two weeks, the Red Wings have lost goaltender Jonas Gustavsson (groin), and forwards Joakim Andersson (ankle), Tomas Jurco (rib), Todd Bertuzzi (lower body) and Justin Abdelkader (leg laceration). Bertuzzi returned to action Tuesday against the Maple Leafs.

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