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Center Ice Online Working?

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

I’m reading some comments below from readers saying they can’t get the game in.  Try this.  It’s working for me. Getting the tv signal but the radio call.

2029 EST: minutes after I posted that the game froze, got an error message, closed Firefox (and explorer, tried that too).  Re-opened the portal and get some nancy brit boy telling me the page won’t load, the URL is invalid.

2039 EST:  just got definitive word from the wife.  “You’re not paying for that.”  Not good.

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  Tags: watching+the+wings

Who’s Got Tickets

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Empty Netters tries to find out what happened to all the tickets for the Winter Classic. 

Latest story and earlier today.

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NHL Looking At Fixing Unbalanced Schedule

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via David Shoalts of the Globe and Mail,

The NHL will probably drop its unbalanced schedule for next season and the vote by the governors could come at their December meeting.

Several governors who left Tuesday’s meeting before it concluded said the sentiment seems to be to have all of the league’s 30 teams visit each other at least once.

“We want [to drop the unbalanced schedule],” Calgary Flames governor Harley Hotchkiss said. “There is a good chance it will happen in December.”

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Sherry Ross Will Do “Color” For Devils

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from Fire & Ice,

Congratulations to Sherry Ross, who is expected to be named as the Devils’ radio color commentator in the next day or so.

continued

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No Complaints - No Excuses

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the Vancouver Sun,

Well, chronologically, obviously we have two guys who are locks for the Hall of Fame [Selanne and Niedermayer] who aren’t back. So I think for any team to deal with the loss of two players of that significance over any summer creates difficulty,” Burke said. “But that being said, our team mantra is ‘No complaints, no excuses.’ So I don’t want the players reading the GM complaining about this, either. The fact is we’ve taken steps to replace those guys, and I like our chances with this group.

“We’ve got to replace close to 80 goals between Teemu and Dustin Penner. We’re not countin’ on Todd to score 80 goals. But we think he can contribute, and then other people are going to have to grab the rope and pull.”

much more on Burke and the Ducks…

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Yotes Go MySpace Route

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

GLENDALE, ARIZONA—- Phoenix Coyotes Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Michael Bucek announced today that the Coyotes have launched their very own MySpace page.  The Coyotes Official MySpace page will allow fans to communicate directly with the club as well as with other Coyotes fans across the country.

“The launch of the Coyotes Official MySpace page is just one part of our commitment to offer fans increased access across multiple interactive platforms,” said Bucek.  “Social networking websites are the online starting point for our current and future fans in the younger demographic, so we felt it was extremely important to have a presence in that space.”

The Web page can be accessed at www.myspace.com/phoenixcoyoteshockeyclub and will provide inside information on Coyotes players and rising stars, as well as news on ticket offers and special events.

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All Gomez

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Scott Gomez of the NY Rangers took part in a NHL tele-conference today…

Q. What’s that going to be like the first time you play the New Jersey Devils?
SCOTT GOMEZ: Talking to some of the guys over there, it’s going to be ? it will be different for sure. I’m sure a lot of emotions that day. But once you step on the ice, hey, going against those guys now and do whatever it takes to win. I’m sure they feel the same way.

Q. Was it true that there was some sort of coin flip or puck flip for jersey numbers between you and Chris Drury?
SCOTT GOMEZ: We talked after I signed and Chris signed later that day. We talked about it. And I said take 23. I never picked it. Never was a number in mind. The Devils kind of gave it to me. I’ve always grown up wearing No. 11 or 19. I’m sure I wasn’t going to get 11 here.
So we flipped for it. It wasn’t a big deal and I’m pretty excited I get my old number back.

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Best Job In Pittsburgh

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from the CP,

Petr Sykora didn’t get the most money in this summer’s free agent frenzy, but he may have got the best job.

The 30-year-old Czech signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins and got put on right wing on the first line with NHL most valuable player and scoring leader Sidney Crosby.

Now he just needs show enough in camp to stay on the trio with 20-year-old Crosby and 39-year-old Mark Recchi when the regular season begins.

“There’s not many guys like Sidney in this league and to be able to play with a player like that would be one of the top moments in my career,” Sykora said Tuesday as the Penguins prepared to play their second pre-season game in as many nights against the Montreal Canadiens.

continued

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Hail To The BJ

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

Previews of the Division That Gary Built return today with a look at our once and future rivals, the Columbus Blue Jackets.  I’m no expert on the BJ’s. In fact I wasn’t even aware of their existence until late in life.  But now that I’ve found them, I recognize their value.  I’m sure you do as well.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll repeat it now…the better the BJ’s, the better off we all are.  We, as a fan base, can only benefit from their improvement, especially if Gary Bettman plans on giving the BJ’s to us 8 times per year.

What…and you expected me to somehow mature or something?  Please.

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  Tags: fellow+bloggers

Shot Heard Across The Border

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from The Maven at MSG Network,

Jim Balsillie’s name keeps popping up in Canadian papers as a possible-future NHL team-owner. That’s because there are scribes north of the border dying to see a big-league club move to either Hamilton or Winnipeg – or even Crows Nest Pass.

What the Canadian Fourth Estaters refuse to acknowledge is that Balsillie so alienated NHL owners, he has as much chance of securing a team as Anchorage has of winning a Stanley Cup!

more NHL bits from Stan…

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