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Kronwall Could Be Out A While

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from the Detroit Free Press,

The Red Wings are waiting to find out just how long they will be without top-four defenseman Niklas Kronwall, but based on early indications, the news could be bad. Kronwall suffered an injury to his left knee with a handful of seconds left in the first period of Tuesday’s game at Denver after being hit into the boards by Dan Hinote. “Anytime a guy’s face is sheet-white after something happens, with a guy like Nik, something’s wrong,” coach Mike Babcock said Wednesday after the team’s morning skate. “We’re hoping that we get a way better report than we did from the doctor last night at the game today with the MRI. But realistically, he looks like he’s going to be out for a while.”

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XM Plans NHL Channel This Fall

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XM Satellite Radio, the nation's leading provider of satellite radio, will begin broadcasting National Hockey League (NHL) games on October 5, the opening day of the NHL's 2005-2006 season. Live play-by-play coverage of NHL games will be carried on XM channels 204 through 209. Later this fall, XM will introduce a dedicated NHL radio channel featuring original programming that will focus on all aspects of the sport. NHL games and the NHL channel will be available to all XM subscribers for no additional charge. Under its recent ten-year agreement with the NHL, XM will become the exclusive satellite radio network of the NHL beginning with the 2007-2008 season. NHL games and XM's NHL channel will be available in Canada in the coming months through XM's partner Canadian Satellite Radio (CSR), which is funding a portion of the agreement. CSR has been awarded a license to distribute satellite radio in Canada, as recently approved by the Federal Cabinet.

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ESPN- Top Teams

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from ESPN,

The NHL is Starting Over, trying to recapture what makes hockey great. In a five-part series, ESPN.com remembers what made it that way in the first place, hockey's players, rivalries, teams, games and enforcers. If there is one overworked cliché in the sports business, it's that a team is greater than the sum of its parts. That is only true of the great teams. For every Guy Lafleur on a championship team, there is a Bob Gainey. The quiet warrior, the worker bee whose job is only recognized when the team enjoys the ultimate success, but whose importance is well known in the dressing room from the get-go.

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Injury Report

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via TSN,

According the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Centre Doug Weight and defenseman Barret Jackman are both out for seven to 14 days after suffering shoulder injuries on Tuesday. Jackman suffered a slight separation of his left should during the Blues' 3-1 exhibition loss to the Dallas Stars after being checked. The 24-year old Jackman is no stranger to shoulder injuries. He only played in 15 games for the Blues in 2003-04 missing most of his time to a dislocated left shoulder. Weight "sublexed" his left shoulder during the team's morning skate.
Red Wing fans are anxiously awaiting word on Kronwall, who injured his left leg after a hip check from Dan Hinote last night. He is being examined in Detroit today.

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Avery Offers Apology

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Los Angeles Kings forward Sean Avery, regarding comments made earlier to TSN, issued the following statement today through the club’s communications department. “I certainly did not want to offend anyone with my comments earlier today. I am an emotional guy who sometimes says things that shouldn't be said. I apologize if I offended anyone.”

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All Is Forgiven

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from Lindsay This Week,

You've jumped back on the bandwagon along with the rest, sitting right up front. Don't try to deny it, and don't insult me by claiming that you're only going to watch on Saturday nights, and only if you happen to be home and forgot to pick up a video. You are not only looking forward to the hockey season, you're already caught up in even the most trivial hockey news. The NHL is the lead story on all of the Canadian television sports networks (as required by the CRTC). Anyone wanting to find out who is leading the baseball wildcard races will just have to wait until we find out if Wayne Gretzky fell on his bum in his fourteenth practice as coach of the Phoenix Coyotes. It's an event none of us wants to miss, so a reporter and cameraman from each station in Canada have been assigned to attend every Coyote practice this season.

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Boyton Rejects Latest Offer

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from the Boston Globe,

Nick Boynton, originally offered only slightly more than his $1.33 million qualifying offer to rejoin the Bruins, has been offered $1.75 million to play in 2005-06, two sources familiar with both sides of the negotiations confirmed yesterday. But Boynton remains on his father's turf farm in Ontario, not yet satisfied with general manager Mike O'Connell's proposal. ''They had the right to put this to bed at $1.9 million, right off the bat," said Boynton's agent, Anton Thun, noting that the Bruins in July could have picked up the option for this season on Boynton's contract that was negotiated more than two years ago. ''But they didn't, and that's where we are now."

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Still Feeling Symptoms

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Folks, I have had flu like symptoms for about 30 hours now. As you may have noticed, posts have been kept to a minimum. Hope to resume normal amount of posts very soon.

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Datsyuk Wants To Retire As A Red Wing

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from Mlive,

Pavel Datsyuk had difficulty articulating in English his thoughts and emotions after being reunited with his Detroit Red Wings teammates during practice Tuesday at Joe Louis Arena. But it was evident from his expression. "Only watch my smile," Datsyuk said. "I'm too happy I'm here."

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Goon Hockey

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from the Denver Post,

Hockey is back. Send in the goons. It's a brave new world in the NHL, but the same hairy Cro-Magnons rule the sport. The Avalanche and Red Wings bumped into each other Tuesday night, and a caveman convention broke out. The league threw away the rule book, burned every page and wrote all new laws - except for the most important one. Fighting is not only still permitted, it's celebrated. Colorado fans booed every time the puck was touched by newly acquired Avs winger Brad May, condemned for posting the "bounty" that resulted in a brutal 2004 pummeling of Steve Moore at the hands of Vancouver thuggery. But the Avalanche faithful lustfully screamed bloody murder whenever one of their hometown boys force-fed a knuckle sandwich to a visitor from Detroit. Did anybody else in the arena notice the hypocrisy? Stupid is as hockey does.

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