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Around the League notebook for Wednesday, Nov. 5

Thursday, 11.06.2014 / 2:09 AM / News

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OVERTIME THREE-FOR-ALL

All three games Wednesday went past regulation, including two that were decided on overtime goals:

* New York Rangers center Derick Brassard scored the game-winner after Detroit Red Wings Tomas Tatar forced the extra period with 7.7 seconds left in the third period.

* New York Islanders captain John Tavares scored twice, including the winner in overtime on the power play, to lift the Islanders past the Anaheim Ducks.

* Montreal Canadiens forward PA Parenteau scored the shootout winner as the Canadiens defeated the Buffalo Sabres 2-1.

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Back on wing, Rangers' St. Louis finds scoring touch

Thursday, 11.06.2014 / 12:36 AM / NHL Insider

Brian Compton - NHL.com Deputy Managing Editor

NEW YORK -- Given Martin St. Louis' track record, it seemed inevitable that he would eventually start to score in bunches.

The New York Rangers right wing scored for the second straight game Wednesday and assisted on Derick Brassard's overtime goal in a 4-3 win against the Detroit Red Wings at Madison Square Garden.

St. Louis, 39, had a tough start to the season, scoring one goal through New York's first 10 games. Some of that could be attributed to the leg injury No. 1 center Derek Stepan sustained in training camp. The Stepan injury forced Rangers coach Alain Vigneault to ask St. Louis to spend some time at center.

St. Louis went the first five games of the season without a goal before he finally broke through against the San Jose Sharks on Oct. 19. He then went another four games without a goal.

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Blackhawks unveil NHL Winter Classic jersey

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The Chicago Blackhawks unveiled their 2015 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic jersey Wednesday.

Inspired by their 1957 jersey, the white jersey features a lace-up collar and secondary logos on each sleeve; the secondary logos overlap the top two stripes on the sleeve rather than the traditional shoulder placement.

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Howe improving in recovery from stroke, son says

Wednesday, 11.05.2014 / 8:54 PM / News

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

NEW YORK -- Gordie Howe continues to show improvement in his fight to recover from a stroke he had Oct. 26. He is recovering and rehabilitating in Lubbock, Texas, where his daughter, Cathy, lives.

Mark Howe, Gordie Howe's son and a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, said Wednesday prior to the game between the Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden that his father walked approximately 50 feet with assistance from his son Murray on Tuesday.

Mark said Gordie Howe could barely lift his right foot last week.

"When Marty and I got in there on Tuesday (of last week) he was happy to see us and he had a smile on his face, but basically you put your hand against his foot and he couldn't push, couldn't resist," Mark said. "His right arm began to move just a little bit, but basically his whole right side was shut down. My younger brother Murray stayed until today, sent me a video clip, and my dad walked maybe about 50 feet on a walker with Murray on his side, big-time assistance. But from what I saw a week ago, I think it's just tremendous."

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Penguins' Fleury signs four-year contract extension

Wednesday, 11.05.2014 / 7:12 PM / News

Patrick Williams - NHL.com Correspondent

WINNIPEG -- Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury signed a four-year, $23 million contract extension Wednesday.

The contract will have an average annual value of $5.75 million and begin at the start of the 2015-16 season. Fleury could have become an unrestricted free agent July 1.

The 29-year-old is 7-2-0 with a1.89 goals-against average and a .931 save percentage this season. Fleury's three shutouts are tied for the NHL lead, and he has back-to-back shutouts for the first time in his career heading into Pittsburgh's game against the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.

"I'm really happy," Fleury said Wednesday after practice at MTS Centre. "I've spent a lot of time [in Pittsburgh]. It's like my home. My teammates, I have been with them for a while. The organization has been great to me all of these years. The city, the fans, I couldn't be happier."

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