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Blogger At The NHL Awards Show

As Bill at A2Y pointed out, J.J. of Canucks Hockey Blog was able to attend the NHL Awards Show last night. Great pics too! image

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Something To Keep An Eye On

from Cable World,

Leveraging speed with innovative broadband content, Comcast.net has become the 21st-ranked Web portal in the U.S. Unique Web content like streamed NHL games may not be exclusive much longer. COO Steve Burke said Comcast could unlock Comcast.net's walled garden, offering broadband video to non-subscribers. At The Wall Street Journal's "D: All Things Digital" conference, Burke said, "We would like to be the Amazon of video on the Internet Of course, Comcast is in the programming business as well. Are you helping E!, OLN/Versus and the other networks in the Comcast portfolio on the broadband side? Schimel: We work together very closely. You'll see that E!, for instance, is very integrated into Comcast.net and we are streaming OLN's NHL games live, which is the first HD-quality full-screen streaming event for live sports on the Internet with our hockey rights through OLN.
read on...basically about Comcast broadband, but interesting...

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Blake Wants To Stay In Colorado

from the Rocky Mountain News,

It's where I want to play, in Denver," Blake said Thursday from his home in California. "I would like to play two more years, for sure. I don't think I would go any longer than two years." "It's been a great fit for me," he said. "I've enjoyed every bit of time I've had there and I'm pretty confident something should get done next week. I don't see why it wouldn't. "Until it's signed and everything is done, you never know what could happen, but from my side, I've enjoyed my time there and would like to continue there, for sure."

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What Is Going On In Boston

from the Boston Globe, As of last night, though, two-plus weeks after the sitdown that both men described as positive, the silence was deafening. One source said simply of Sullivan, "He's out." The source said there had been virtually no contact between Chiarelli and Sullivan since their meeting and that Chiarelli wasn't returning Sullivan's calls seeking an update. Interim GM Jeff Gorton, who will spearhead the Bruins' draft operations here at GM Place, said he was in the dark. "I know it's hard to believe, but I don't know," said Gorton. "I don't know anything." more

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“With The Last Pick Of The Draft”

from the Toronto Star,

Sometime after midnight tomorrow, after many NHL executives have already fled the draft floor at Vancouver's GM Place for hospitality suites or red-eye flights, the Carolina Hurricanes will announce the final, and 213th, pick in this year's entry draft. The name will mean little, even to many seasoned hockey observers; the odds that the newly-crowned Stanley Cup champs will unearth a gem are frightfully long. Instead Carolina will have more likely drafted a fire captain, a home inspector, a Zamboni driver or, even a future head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs — all jobs currently held by previous last overall draft picks.

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What A Name Change Involves

from the OC Register,

"Creating a new identity for a team is a huge task," says Wagner, the Ducks' senior vice president and chief marketing officer who oversaw every step of the transformation. "This wasn't a change the team was doing to make money but rather to turn the page to start a new era." Almost everything but the players themselves on a team formerly known as The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim would need to be overhauled: the name, logo, color scheme, uniforms, fan merchandise, club letterhead, the Web site, even the home team icon beneath the ice rink. Wagner knew the Samuelis were sensitive about letting everyone involved with the team have a voice. He became the man handing out microphones to fans, players, the NHL, the team executives, the uniform makers, merchandisers and the merchants.
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Is Denis Headed To Tampa

from the Columbus Dispatch,

The Blue Jackets have been the subject of a number of rumors, including two that involve goaltender Marc Denis and the Tampa Bay Lightning. One rumor had the Jackets trading Denis to Tampa Bay for winger Ruslan Fedotenko, goaltender John Grahame and a second-round pick. Another rumor had the Jackets trading Denis and the No. 6 overall pick to Tampa Bay for big winger Frederik Modin and the No. 15 overall pick. Or, something like that.

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Rumors From Vancouver

from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,

Tampa Bay GM Jay Feaster is in the market for a goalie. There were whispers he could be close to acquiring Buffalo's Martin Biron There's a lot of talk the Canucks will try to move W Todd Bertuzzi this weekend. A good fit might be the Panthers and it just so happens Vancouver needs goaltending help (Luongo) Whispers out of Minnesota have the Wild trading RW Marian Gaborik to the Senators for Havlat. That would simply be two teams trading a contract negotiation problem.

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2006 NHL All-Star Teams

2005-2006 NHL First All-Star Team G Miikka Kiprusoff, Calgary Flames D Nicklas Lidstrom, Detroit Red Wings D Scott Niedermayer, Anaheim Ducks C Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks RW Jaromir Jagr, New York Rangers LW Alexander Ovechkin, Washington Capitals 2005-2006 NHL Second All-Star Team G Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils D Zdeno Chara, Ottawa Senators D Sergei Zubov, Dallas Stars C Eric Staal, Carolina Hurricanes RW Daniel Alfredsson, Ottawa Senators LW Dany Heatley, Ottawa Senators

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NHL Awards & Voting Results

Norris Tropy- vote total (1st-5th place votes) 1. Nicklas Lidstrom, DET 1152 (91-28-8-2-0) 2. Scott Niedermayer, ANA 817 (29-57-16-15-3) 3. Sergei Zubov, DAL 464 (0-21-42-31-14) Lady Byng 1. Pavel Datsyuk, DET 669 (41-21-14-12-6) 2. Brad Richards, T.B. 442 (12-23-21-15-11) 3. Patrick Marleau, S.J. 356 (13-16-15-7-18) Calder 1. Alexander Ovechkin, WSH 1275 (124-5-0-0-0) 2. Sidney Crosby, PIT 831 (4-95-19-10-1) 3. Dion Phaneuf, CGY 580 (0-16-72-35-3) Hart 1. Joe Thornton, SJ 1058 (67-48-9-1-4) 2. Jaromir Jagr, NYR 974 (48-49-30-0-1) 3. Miikka Kiprusoff, CGY 561 (10-24-45-20-8) Selke 1. Rod Brind'Amour, CAR 954 (80-16-5-5-2) 2. Jere Lehtinen, DAL 567 (9-41-27-15-10) 3. Mike Fisher, OTT 179 (5-6-8-13-8) Vezina 1. Miikka Kiprusoff, CGY 140 (25-5-0) 2. Martin Brodeur, N.J. 48 (2-10-8) 3. Henrik Lundqvist, NYR 41 (2-9-4) Jack Adams 1. Lindy Ruff, BUF 155 (20-15-10) 2. Peter Laviolette, CAR 154 (20-16-6) 3. Tom Renney, NYR 127 (13-18-8) All of the award winners via TSN...

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