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McCabe Out With Groin Injury

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via the CP,

Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Bryan McCabe will miss Tuesday night's game against the Vancouver Canucks with a groin injury. McCabe suffered the injury in Saturday night's 3-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers.

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Man Jumps On Ice- Takes A Shot At Theodore

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from the CP via the Globe and Mail,

Canadiens goalie Jose Theodore got a shock Monday when a stranger in full hockey equipment jumped on the ice during a Montreal practice and shot a puck at him. The 28-year-old man from Montreal, who would only say his name was Raphael, went onto the Verdun Auditorium ice when most of the players were at the far end of the rink.
more update Tuesday 10:38am, Video now available...

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Finger Pointing- Not A Bad Thing

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from Darren Eliot of Sports Illustrated,

Take, for instance, Ilya Kovalchuk calling out hot-shot rookie Sidney Crosby by pointing at him after scoring a power play goal Friday while Crosby sat in the penalty box. Many deemed this as a "breach of the hockey code of conduct." While unique in its public, showy nature -- and certainly more germane to this era of athletes at large, what with Sharpies and cell phones part of staged NFL celebrations -- the incident's bigger question is whether or not having two of the game's brightest young stars waging a crowing contest is a bad thing.
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NHL Rankings- TSN Style

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1. Flyers 2. Senators 3. Red Wings 4. Rangers 5. Kings more

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Three Share POW

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from NHL.com,

Atlanta Thrashers forward Ilya Kovalchuk, who tallied 11 points (eight goals, three assists) in four games, has been named the NHL's Offensive Player of the Week for the period ending Sunday, January 8. Colorado goaltender David Aebischer, who led the Avalanche to three victories with a 1.30 goals-against average and .955 save percentage, and Philadelphia goaltender Antero Niittymaki, who backstopped the Flyers to three wins with a 1.33 goals-against average and .953 save percentage, shared the League's Defensive Player of the Week award.
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Marchmant Has Damage To ACL & MCL

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via Sportsnet,

The Calgary Flames will be without the services of veteran defenceman Bryan Marchmant after an MRI revealed severed damage to Marchment's left knee. Sportsnet has learned Marchment's MRI revealed a torn ACL and MCL, leaving Marchment to contemplate season-ending surgery. If the Flames and Marchment decide to avoid the knife and try to go the rehab route, there exists a slight chance Marchment may try to play again this season -- without the ACL ligament. The decision should be made within the next 48 hrs.

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Tuomo Ruuto Out Again

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via the AP,

Chicago Blackhawks center Tuomo Ruutu will be sidelined indefinitely after undergoing surgery Monday to repair a partially severed tendon in his right ankle.

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NHL Deal With iPod Very Close

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According to Sports Business Journal The NHL is very close to reaching agreements with Apple Computer Inc. for video downloading. “It would be fair to say we are close,” said Doug Perlman, NHL executive vice president of media.

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Yorio To The Rescue

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from Kara Yorio of the Sporting News,

As for Kovalchuk, he showed a little personality. He gave a Thrashers-Penguins game a little life. He put another little rivalry into the game. He showed a little passion and a lot of talent. Let it go, folks. Sidney Crosby will survive the gesture and let's hope Kovalchuk is allowed -- with two arms intact -- to show a his personality and his skills for seasons to come.
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Wings Handling New NHL

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from NHL.com,

Some traditional NHL powers, like the Boston Bruins and St. Louis Blues, have struggled to adjust to the new business models of the League. The Detroit Red Wings, however, have weathered the winds of change beautifully. "Any time your team's gone from $80 million to $40 million, they cut (the payroll) in half. We didn't cut our team in half, obviously," Wings coach Mike Babcock said. "So that's been real positive."
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