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J.R. Scores Goal #500

Blog: KK Hockey By Alanah McGinley

From the CP via TSN,

Roenick raised his hands and yelled as soon as the referee signalled the goal. He was immediately mobbed by his teammates.

The game was delayed a few minutes as Roenick skated in front of the Sharks’ bench with the puck raised above his head. He pointed into the stands as the crowd gave him an extended standing ovation. Even a few of the Coyotes joined in tapping their sticks.

Roenick became the third American-born player to reach 500 goals. The nine-time all-star ranks 40th in goals and 44th in points on the NHL career lists.

more…

added 6:40am, Check out the videos…

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  Tags: jeremy+roenick, phoenix+coyotes, san+jose+sharks

About Time HNIC

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

How is this lineup for the Hockey Hot Stove- Al Strachan, Eric Duhatschek and Scott Morrison, all in studio.

Strachan says some talk going around the GM circle is Glenn Healy has being mentioned as the next GM of the Leafs.

Scott Morrison says the talk of Ray Emery going to the Kings in a trade isn’t true.

Strachan mentioned the Canucks would claim Richard Matvichuk if the Devils tried to bring him back up.  Devils may just let him sit and hope the Canucks try to make a deal with them.

added 10:43pm, from Eric Duhatschek of the the Globe and Mail,

It was fun being back on CBC’s Satellite Hot Stove Saturday - or the Hot Stove as they call it now, if only for the chance to work with Al Strachan again, after about a three-year absence. In the days when it was usually Strach, JD (John Davidson) and myself as the panelists, Strach always enjoyed wearing the black hat. He was at it again Saturday, suggesting there was gossip at the GMs level that John Ferguson might lose his job with the Toronto Maple Leafs by the end of the year and be replaced by TSN analyst Glenn Healy.

more plus an outdoor All Star game?

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Pre-Game Scuffle

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Steve Zipaty at On the Rangers Beat,

During warmups, a helmetless Darcy Tucker and Sean Avery renewed acquaintances—-with words and shoves—-at the red line near the boards.

Avery yapped, Tucker took exception, they separated, then came together again as players from both sides gathered around and eventually, Avery skated away.

Tucker was just interviewed during the first period intermission and called Avery one of the classless players in the league.  Tucker and Avery did have a fight in the 1st period and Tucker was asked if it was over between Avery and himself.  Tucker said it is never over…

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  Tags: darcy+tucker, sean+avery

Meyer Back To The Islanders

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via the New York Islanders,

Freddy Meyer is an Islander again.

General manager Garth Snow reacquired the 26-year old defenseman this afternoon, picking Meyer up on re-entry waivers from the Phoenix Coyotes.

“The injuries we’ve recently had on our blue line prove you can never have enough depth,” said Snow. “We’ve always liked Freddy. He’s an intense competitor and he’s a very solid defenseman in all areas who is still just 26 years old. We only lost him earlier in the season because of a numbers game. We are very happy to have Freddy back as an Islander.”

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  Tags: freddy+meyer

Kane Can Handle The Pressure

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the Chicago Tribune,

It is an interactive wonderland worthy of a cover charge. It is a bedroom disguised as a virtual museum of hockey, perfectly ordered and brilliantly gleaming with trophies and plaques, jerseys and posters, a little boy’s dream documented and photographed so thoroughly and displaying such obvious success you have to assume this particular boy has gone on to greatness.

And you would be right. But it gets even better. It is history overlapping, Patrick Kane starring as Forrest Gump.

continued

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  Tags: chicago+blackhawks, patrick+kane

Kovalchuk Driven To Succeed

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,

Kovalchuk credits his father for handing down an intense, competitive drive, a drive Thrashers opponents have seen up close over the past two weeks.

It’s a competitive hunger that former teammate Dany Heatley got to know well in Atlanta, and saw again recently in Ottawa.

“It all goes back to hockey,” said Heatley, who still keeps in close touch with Kovalchuk. “How hungry he is to score. ... You can see that in games, his competitiveness. What I find is he’s like that in practice, scrimmages, a two-on-one drill — he wants to score. He’s hungry to score. He wants to win.”

more

thanks to Blueland Blog for the pointer…

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  Tags: atlanta+thrashers, dany+heatley, ilya+kovalchuk

Shero Has No Plans To Tear Apart The Penguins

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,

The Penguins have sputtered through the first 16 games of this season, and it remains to be seen what, if anything, general manager Ray Shero is going to do about it.

Shero has made it quite clear what he won’t do.

He won’t fire coach Michel Therrien.

He won’t replace Marc-Andre Fleury as the team’s No. 1 goalie.

continued

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  Tags: marc-andre+fleury, michel+therrien, pittsburgh+penguins, ray+shero

Early Game Today

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

22 teams in action today, starting with a great game between Montreal and Ottawa.

Chek the NHL.com schedule for all TV broadcast information.

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  Tags: nhl+schedule

Keenan On Langkow Hit

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Canada.com,

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Calgary Flames coach Mike Keenan didn’t exactly leap to the defence of his injured centre Daymond Langkow on Friday….

“I looked at the tape again today,” said Keenan. “I know Matt Cooke, I coached him, he’s a little bit of a hunter, and you know he’s out there, you know he’s coming at you, and you know he’s going to body you.

“But he didn’t leave his feet. He hit him hard into the boards; at the same time, you have a responsibility to know that players like that are out there. It’s a fine line between playing the game hard; he cracked him good, and Daymond maybe should have positioned himself in a more protective manner so he wouldn’t have had the whiplash effect against the glass.”

more NHL talk including Bouillon explaining his hit on Aaron Ward…

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  Tags: calgary+flames, daymond+langkow, matt+cooke, mike+keenan

Sens May Open Season In Sweden

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the Ottawa Sun,

A league source confirmed to the Sun last night that the Senators are negotiating with the NHL to open the season Oct. 4-5 at the Globen Arena in Stockholm.

Reports in Swedish newspapers yesterday indicated the club’s opponent would be Sidney Crosby’s Penguins, but negotiations are ongoing with the NHL.

While the Senators had been linked to a game in Prague, it’s believed the NHL has turned its focus to a Lightning-Rangers matchup because of the Czech connection with New York’s Jaromir Jagr and Martin Straka.

more

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  Tags: ottawa+senators, prague, sweden

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