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Leafs' Bernier leaves game, will have MRI on Friday

Thursday, 04.03.2014 / 11:34 PM / News

Joe Yerdon - NHL.com Correspondent

TORONTO -- Toronto Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier left the game Thursday against the Boston Bruins midway through the third period with a lower-body injury.

He will have an MRI on Friday, coach Randy Carlyle said.

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Bobby Ryan says he's open to staying with Senators

Thursday, 04.03.2014 / 6:48 PM / News

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Bobby Ryan
Right Wing - OTT
GOALS: 23 | ASST: 25 | PTS: 48
SOG: 190 | +/-: 7
Ottawa Senators forward Bobby Ryan said Thursday he's feeling better following season-ending surgery to repair a sports hernia and is open to staying in Ottawa after his contract runs out at the end of next season.

"I'm doing good," Ryan said in his first meeting with the media since the operation March 27. "Everything went well and I'm moving a little bit better each day. Obviously the first couple of days I didn't do much at all, but I'm starting to walk well and take stairs well and all that kind of stuff. It has been positive."

Ryan, the second player taken in the 2005 NHL Draft, had 23 goals and 48 points in his first season with the Senators after being acquired from the Anaheim Ducks last July. He'll be headed into the final year of his contract next season and said he could foresee a future in Ottawa. The two sides can begin discussing an extension this summer.
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Red Wings' Datsyuk to return Friday against Sabres

Thursday, 04.03.2014 / 1:13 PM / News

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Detroit Red Wings forward Pavel Datsyuk confirmed Thursday he plans to be in the lineup for the game Friday against the Buffalo Sabres.

"Looking forward to a game on Friday! I am in …," Datsyuk wrote on Twitter.

Datsyuk hasn't played since Feb. 27 due to inflammation in his right knee. He's played in 39 games this season and has 15 goals and 33 points.

"I saw him out there battling after practice," Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said. "If it appears he's ready and feels confident, then I'm sure he is."

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Iginla sits out Bruins game vs. Red Wings with injury

Thursday, 04.03.2014 / 2:06 AM / News

Brian Hedger - NHL.com Correspondent

DETROIT -- The Boston Bruins played without forward Jarome Iginla against the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday at Joe Louis Arena due to a lower-body injury, but coach Claude Julien said the injury isn't serious.

Iginla, who participated in the Bruins morning skate, was a late scratch and was replaced in the lineup by Jordan Caron, who started on the third line. Loui Eriksson took Iginla's spot at right wing on the top line.

"He's day to day," Julien said after the Bruins' 3-2 loss to the Red Wings. Asked if iginla could have played if it were a playoff game, he replied, "That's why [it's] day-to-day. It's not a major injury here. He skated this morning."

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Blackhawks' Toews to miss rest of regular season

Thursday, 04.03.2014 / 2:02 AM / News

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Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will miss the remainder of the regular season, but is expected to be "100 percent" for the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, coach Joel Quenneville said Wednesday.

Jonathan Toews
Center - CHI
GOALS: 28 | ASST: 40 | PTS: 68
SOG: 193 | +/-: 26
The Blackhawks have six games remaining and are third in the Central Division with 99 points, three fewer than the second-place Colorado Avalanche, Chicago's likely opponent in the First Round.

"We're not gonna play him for the rest of these six games so he'll be ready to go [for the playoffs]," Quenneville said.

Toews sustained an upper-body injury Sunday when Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Brooks Orpik checked him hard into the boards. He is third on the team with 28 goals and 68 points in 76 games.

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Goalie Josh Harding takes part in Wild practice

Wednesday, 04.02.2014 / 6:30 PM / News

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Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding, sidelined since Dec. 31 with complications of multiple sclerosis, practiced with the team Wednesday for the first time since mid-January.

"It was a huge day today. I'm obviously really excited for today," Harding told the Wild website. "I have a lot to go, but it's good getting back out with the boys."

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Bowey signs entry-level contract with Capitals

Wednesday, 04.02.2014 / 5:01 PM / News

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Defenseman Madison Bowey signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Washington Capitals on Wednesday. The contract begins with the 2014-15 season.

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Injured McDonagh to travel with Rangers

Wednesday, 04.02.2014 / 2:42 PM / News

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New York Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh will continue traveling with the team after sustaining an upper-body injury following a hit from Vancouver Canucks forward Alexandre Burrows during a 3-1 win in Vancouver on Tuesday, according to the Rangers.

McDonagh appeared to injure his left shoulder on the play, but sustained no structural damage, according to the New York Post.

He isn't expected to play Thursday against the Colorado Avalanche.

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Dowd, Carey, Gaudreau named Hobey Baker finalists

Wednesday, 04.02.2014 / 12:55 PM / News

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Forwards Nic Dowd of St. Cloud State University, Greg Carey of St. Lawrence University and Johnny Gaudreau of Boston College on Wednesday were named the three finalists for the 2014 Hobey Baker Memorial Award.

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

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Rangers concerned after McDonagh leaves with injury

Wednesday, 04.02.2014 / 1:58 AM / News

Kevin Woodley - NHL.com Correspondent

VANCOUVER -- The sight of New York Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh struggling to get up off the ice after receiving a high hit from Alexandre Burrows in the final minute of a 3-1 win against the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night was enough to seriously worry his teammates.

McDonagh, who leads the Rangers with 24:49 of ice time per game and is tied for fifth on the team in scoring with 43 points, usually bounces right up from everything. But New York's top defenseman appeared to be favoring his left shoulder as he slowly made his way off the ice and straight to the dressing room.

"It's not a good thing to see him laying on the ice," forward Brad Richards said. "He's probably been our best player for the last few months, night in and night out. He's resilient and battles through a lot. I don't know anything, but hopefully it's short-term and nothing serious."

Rangers coach Alain Vigneault did not have an update after the game.

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It's hard to walk into that locker room and look those guys in the eye when they've played -- clearly, that was our best game we've played in the series -- and I thought we deserved a better fate tonight.

— Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper on his team's 3-2 loss to the Canadiens in Game 3 on Sunday