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Maple Leafs forward Kozun recalled from AHL

Tuesday, 02.24.2015 / 10:06 AM / News

The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Tuesday that the club has recalled forward Brandon Kozun from the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League on an emergency basis.

Kozun, 24, has skated in eight regular season games with the Maple Leafs this season collecting one goal and one assist. The Los Angeles, California native has registered 11 points (five goals, six assists) in 23 games with the Marlies this season.


Five Questions: Wild GM Fletcher willing to deal

Tuesday, 02.24.2015 / 3:00 AM / Five Questions With…

Dan Rosen - Senior Writer

Minnesota Wild general manager Chuck Fletcher is heading into the final days before the 2015 NHL Trade Deadline on March 2 at 3 p.m. ET with an eye on adding to the depth of the hottest team in the League.

"If we can add a piece, whether it's up front or on the blue line, we'll do that," Fletcher told

The Wild are 13-2-2 in 17 games since Fletcher acquired goalie Devan Dubnyk from the Arizona Coyotes for a third-round draft pick; they were 18-19-5 through 42 games.

Dubnyk has won each of those 13 games in 16 starts with a 1.64 goals-against average, a .946 save percentage and five shutouts. The Wild have climbed into the second wild-card position in the Western Conference after being eight points out and last in the Central Division after a 7-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Jan. 13. Their 6-1 win against the Dallas Stars on Sunday put them inside the top-eight for the first time since Nov. 24.

The Wild's hot stretch has changed Fletcher's mindset. If the deadline was a month ago Minnesota would have been a seller; now it hopes to be a buyer.


Heavy workload, positive results for Hurricanes' Faulk

Tuesday, 02.24.2015 / 3:00 AM / NHL Insider

Kurt Dusterberg - Correspondent

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Justin Faulk has made a habit of outpacing expectations. It started his freshman year at University of Minnesota-Duluth.

"He was very good as a freshman, pretty dominant for an 18-year-old kid," Minnesota-Duluth coach Scott Sandelin said. "He had the physical tools, he could skate, he had a good shot. By Christmas, I thought we might not keep him for more than a year just based on how he played."

Sandelin was right. Faulk helped Minnesota-Duluth win the 2011 NCAA Championship, then moved on to the NHL, where he was named to the NHL's All-Rookie Team in 2012. He was a U.S. Olympian in 2014 and NHL All-Star in January. It's a pretty solid hockey resume for a 22-year-old, but Faulk would prefer to take age out of the equation.

Around the League notebook for Monday, Feb. 23

Tuesday, 02.24.2015 / 1:33 AM / News

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Jakob Silfverberg (0-1-1) scored the shootout-winner to propel the Anaheim Ducks to a 4-3 win against the Detroit Red Wings. The Ducks, who swept the season series versus the Red Wings and earned their third straight victory, are 38-16-7 (83 points) this season. Anaheim leads the Pacific Division and moved within four points of the idle Nashville Predators, who boast a League-best record of 40-13-7 (87 points).


Eichel helps Boston University win Beanpot

Tuesday, 02.24.2015 / 12:52 AM / NCAA Update

Connor Mellas - Correspondent

BOSTON -- Jack Eichel didn't score the game-winning goal, but the Boston University forward helped his school win its first Beanpot Tournament in six years on Monday.

Eichel helped draw the hooking penalty that put B.U. on an overtime power play, then fought to dig a puck out of the corner. His teammates took care of the rest.

Captain Matt Grzelcyk scored 51 seconds into the extra period to give the Terriers a 4-3 victory against Northeastern University and their first Beanpot Championship since 2009.

Grzelcyk, a junior defenseman, led B.U. with two goals and was named Beanpot MVP.


Bruins center Krejci out 4-6 weeks with knee injury

Monday, 02.23.2015 / 6:28 PM / News

Boston Bruins center David Krejci will miss 4-6 weeks with a partially torn MCL in his left knee, the Bruins announced Monday.

Krejci was injured in the second period of a 5-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues last Friday while checking Alexander Steen.

"It's a big loss when you lose a player of his caliber," linemate Milan Lucic told the Boston Globe on Saturday. "He's been an important player for us for the last number of years. He's definitely one of those guys that's hard to replace. At the end of the day, you still have a job to do. You still have to do it well. Just because one guy's out of the lineup, [it] can't change the whole focus of the team, the psyche of the team, or the psyche of one player as a linemate. That just means you have to find new chemistry with guys, work a little harder to find that, and hope that it comes."


Flyers' Emery day-to-day with lower-body injury

Monday, 02.23.2015 / 5:43 PM / News

Philadelphia Flyers goalie Ray Emery is day-to-day because of a lower-body injury, general manager Ron Hextall announced Monday.

Though Emery practiced Monday, he did not travel to Raleigh, N.C., where the Flyers will play the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday.

Emery is 10-10-4 with a 3.15 goals-against average and .893 save percentage in 26 games, and 4-1-3 in his past eight. Rob Zepp started and won back-to-back games last weekend against the Nashville Predators and Washington Capitals..


Quenneville: Blackhawks not hitting panic button yet

Monday, 02.23.2015 / 4:18 PM / NHL Insider

Brian Hedger - Correspondent

CHICAGO -- They've lost three straight games and five of the first seven during an eight-game homestand, but the Chicago Blackhawks haven't hit the proverbial panic button.

Asked after practice on Monday if the Blackhawks had started to panic a little with 22 games left, coach Joel Quenneville quipped, "No, but the 'Get Attention' button is where I'm at."

His answer was met with a tongue-in-cheek follow up question, and it provided a good assessment of Quenneville's outlook at the moment.

"Do you have one of those?" a reporter said.

"Absolutely," Quenneville replied, jabbing his index finger in front of him. "I got it pushed."


Lightning sign goaltender York to two-way contract

Monday, 02.23.2015 / 4:12 PM / News

TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed goaltender Allen York to a two-way NHL contract for the remainder of the 2014-15 season, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced today.

York, 25, has appeared in three games with the Syracuse Crunch of the American Hockey League this season, posting a record of 1-0-1. The 6-foot-3, 194-pound netminder made 32 saves in his season debut with Syracuse on February 7 against the Springfield Falcons. York has played in 43 career AHL games with the Crunch, Rockford IceHogs, Texas Stars, Charlotte Checkers and Springfield Falcons, compiling a record of 22-12-1 with three shutouts.


Quick, Sedin and Pacioretty named stars of the week

Monday, 02.23.2015 / 1:30 PM / News

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NEW YORKLos Angeles Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, Vancouver Canucks center Henrik Sedin and Montreal Canadiens left wing Max Pacioretty have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending Feb. 22.


Quick went 3-0-0 with a 1.33 goals-against average and .959 save percentage to backstop the Kings (28-18-12, 68 points) to three consecutive victories, including a 2-1 triumph over the rival San Jose Sharks in the 2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. He opened the week with 21 saves in a 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning Feb. 16. Quick then recorded 42 saves in a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche Feb. 18. He capped his performance with 31 saves during the 2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series Feb. 21, becoming the first goaltender in Kings history to reach the 200-win milestone. Quick also extended his – and the team's – winning streak to seven games (1.86 GAA, .934 SV%). It marks the third time in his career that Quick has posted at least seven consecutive victories, also: Jan. 21 – Feb. 6, 2010 (9 0 0) and Oct. 23 – Nov. 13, 2010 (7-0-0). The 29-year-old Milford, Conn., native has appeared in 50 games this season, compiling a 24-15-10 record with a 2.43 goals-against average, .913 save percentage and three shutouts.

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I definitely think going back down helped me, I had a lot of confidence down there, I played a lot of minutes and I think that helped me a lot. With the 37 games up here, that gave me experience as well. I know what it takes to play in the NHL and now it's time for me to show that I'm capable of being a full-time NHL player.

— Oilers forward Leon Draisaitl on finishing the 2014-15 season in juniors after playing 37 games with Edmonton to begin the season