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Richard Zednik Cut In The Neck

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Just breaking news from the Panthers/Sabres game, Richard Zednik just took a skate to the neck from Olli Jokinen.

Zednik was raced to the lockerroom… no update yet…

The arena is silent…

8:17pm, screencap added.

8:19pm, Sabres broadcast crew reporting Zednik is in stable condition and being transported to hospital. 

8:23pm, After about a 15 minute delay, the game continues.  They had to bring out the Zamboni to clean up the ice, there was a large amount of blood on the ice.

8:36pm, TSN link describing what happened…

8:46pm, Jaques Martin in his post game presser stated Zednik was conscious while being transported to the hospital.  Florida trainer went to the hospital with him and Martin is just waiting for an update.

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9:05pm, video added…

9:16pm, MSG reporting Zednik in surgery.

10:43pm, Numerous reports are Zednik is out of surgery and resting.

12:23am, Should the game have continued?

11:21am, An interview with Denis Potvin this morning, who called the game last night for FSN Florida.

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  Tags: injured, richard+zednik

Gagne Suffers Mild Concussion

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Sports Ticker,

Philadelphia Flyers left wing Simon Gagne missed the final two periods of Sunday’s 4-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins with a mild concussion.

“After further consultation, Simon Gagne’s injury will be listed as a mild concussion,” Flyers general manager Paul Holmgren said. “Simon will be re-evaluated [Monday] morning.”

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  Tags: simon+gagne

Malkin Remains Hot

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Sports Ticker via the National Post,

Malkin scored a goal and registered three assists Sunday, recording his fifth consecutive multi-point game to lead the Penguins to a 4-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers.

Last season’s Calder Trophy winner, Malkin has led Pittsburgh to a 6-2-2 record since January 18, when Crosby was hurt in a 3-0 loss to Tampa Bay.

“We’ve all seen him in practice everyday,” Penguins linemate Ryan Malone said. “We know what type of player he is. He will make all of those amazing plays you see. He’s a top-notch player.”

Malkin has eight goals and 13 assists in his last 10 games, while the Penguins (31-19-5) have catapulted into first place in the Atlantic for the first time this season.

more on the Pens win today against the Flyers…

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  Tags: evgeni+malkin

SCREWED

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

Updated 1855: video below.  Watch the replays for yourself, but we shouldn’t be surprised.  Slap shot from Lidstrom, a blast that Giguerre never saw.  Holmstrom on the fringe of the crease. Goal. Disallowed.  Game, essentially, over.  3-2 Anaheim.

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A Throw Up In Your Mouth Kind of Weekend

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

I guess the discussion about contracts and even the underground talk mentioning Charlie Buckets as trade bait in the event he asks too much are kind of, you know, out the window now.

I’m no math whiz, but “six to eight weeks” comes out to April 10th, or March 25th, or maybe longer and that puts everything on the table now brother.  Sundin, Jagr, Jokinen (have we heard that before?).  Of course, the prices just went up since Kenny’s working with the worst kind of bad hand: a glaring need. And, yeah, it’s glaring.

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A Different Life Now

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Robin Short at the Hockey News,

Every now and again, seven years after that horrible September day, Rob Cimetta closes his eyes and sees the silhouettes of heroes. The grizzled faces of New York’s bravest, climbing into their rescue gear, about to walk through death’s doorway.

“We’re running out and they’re coming in,” recalled the former NHLer of a meeting cut short by the World Trade Center alarm bells on Sept. 11, 2001. “I remember seeing a jet engine in the middle of the street, like a 100 yards from the building and we finally figure out what happened.”

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  Tags: rob+cimetta

Analysis Of The Trade Talk

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Spector breaks down the latest trade talk and rumors.

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Right Equals Wings

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from Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe,

His last words on the subject of a potential trade had Sundin remaining loyal to the end, not wanting out of Dodge. But he’s not talking about it anymore. Ditto for Fletcher. But two GMs, unwilling to speak for the record, in recent days said they believe Sundin has given his blessing to go - provided it is to the “right” team.

In this case, “right” is likely code for Detroit, a club that could win it without Sundin, and one that becomes a prohibitive favorite if he has the Winged Wheel on his chest

much more NHL talk…

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  Tags: mats+sundin

A Rivalry In The Making

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Pat Caputo of the Oakland Press,

There is a lot to hate about the Ducks. It starts with defenseman Chris Pronger, who has gotten the best of the Red Wings in their last two playoff departures—last season with the Ducks and during 2006 with the Edmonton Oilers.

This is a turn of events. The Red Wings controlled Pronger when he played for the St. Louis Blues. At 6-foot-6, Pronger is Brian Urlacher on skates. Yet, the Red Wings always took care of him, especially Steve Yzerman’s legendary answer to when Pronger tried to rip off his head with a check—The Captain low-bridged him out of self-defense and tore up Pronger’s knee….

he Red Wings are an Original Six team. The Ducks were founded to promote Disney.

The Red Wings are miles ahead of the Ducks in the current NHL standings, but we learned long ago what that means come playoff time—nothing.

more and some Foppa tossed in too…

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The Defensive Dman Award

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the News & Observer,

Create an award that goes to the league’s best defensive defenseman, the Rod Langway Trophy. (The naming rights for this one are up for debate—Stevens would be another prime candidate—but the need for it is not.)

Langway, who won the Norris in 1983 and 1984 despite putting up only 65 points combined in those two seasons, was so good defensively that his candidacy surmounted his paltry offensive numbers. His 32 points in 1983 were the fewest since Bobby Orr had 31 in a half-season in 1968 and Jacques Laperriere had 31 in 1966.

read on

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