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With the Senators recent offensive struggles expect changes to be made…..
Mario Lemieux has pulled out of the Olympics.
Lemieux said Saturday that he informed Team Canada staff, including Wayne Gretzky, that he has withdrawn his name from consideration for the team.
No, not really 80 minutes. But, I liked the title so I used it.
It’s all the latest talk that is going around the NHL….. All for you to read and comment on.
After paying close attention to Luongo’s play this year, it is obvious that he is trying to force a trade.
A story in the Mercury News and in many other papers has made it clear that Petr Sykora was left out of last night’s game against the Sabres because a deal was close with “multiple teams.” Rumors have Sykora being a “perfect fit” in New York with the Rangers but no teams have been mentioned as of yet. The Ducks play Saturday in Montreal then Monday in Toronto. Brian Burke declined to comment on the rumors, but Sykora is VERY unhappy the way he is being treated and I am very unhappy having him in my Yahoo Fantasy Pool. TRADE HIM ALREADY!
There’s about 15 of them on one team.
Fresh off of a 5-0 rout by Minnesota, Mark Recchi officially called this, “the lowest point in his career”.
A quick overview of the new CBA, a lot of research and a little work with a calculator has turned up something very interesting which is going to make all of our lives very hard come trade deadline day when we try to figure out who we can sign or trade for money-wise.
Injury prone players may be more of a hamper than previously expected.
With Martin Havlat Out For A Long Time There Are Many Rumors Floating Around About How Ottawa Will Replace The Skilled Winger…..
(Spectors Hockey and Garrioch Of The Ottawa Sun Report.)
Having watched almost all of the Oilers’ games this year no one player sticks out as “great”. As Martha Stewart says “and that’s a good thing”.
Lemieux hospitalized with irregular heartbeat
PITTSBURGH (AP) – Pittsburgh Penguins owner-player Mario Lemieux was hospitalized Wednesday for observation of an irregular heartbeat, general manager Craig Patrick said.
Marcel Aubut, who was Quebec Nordiques’ former owner before they moved to Colorado, told yesterday that he believes the Nordiques could be back in the league.
There’s more to this story…