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Markov Gets 3 Games

via TSN,

Montreal Canadien defenceman Andrei Markov has received an automatic three-game suspension for shoving a linesman after Saturday night's game between the Habs and Toronto Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre.

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Messages For Van Massenhoven

Readers of Kukla's Korner have emailed me to find out how to send referee Don Van Massenhoven a note while he recovers from his injuries suffered last week. You can email Don at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and Phil Coffey of nhl.com will make sure Don receives your messages. I am sure Van Massenhoven would appreciate any get well wishes. image

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Dandenault Clubs The Rocket

from the Montreal Gazette,

This thought occurred to Mathieu Dandenault as he chased Maurice Richard down the wing in July, one take after another, after another, after yet another: "How do I club the Rocket over the head with a hockey stick and make it look authentic, without fracturing his skull?" Those who attend Charles Biname's magnificent film, Maurice Richard, will see that the Canadiens defenceman indeed found a way.
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Cheerleaders On Ice

from About.com,

The NHL Hurricanes Storm Squad was started in 1999 with the opening of the Entertainment and Sports arena. As Brian Mehm, the Hurricanes Promotions and Fan Development Manager said "The fans love them and know them by name... it is wonderful to see how loved they are by everyone... women and men, kids and teenagers. We had 12 people interview last year and this year we have a waiting list over 80 strong!"
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Sundin Says NHL Going Back To Old Ways

from the Toronto Sun,

As this season dawned, the tables had turned. Skill was rewarded and Sundin, injured in the opening game, couldn't wait to get his revenge. But the view that Sundin has found back on the ice this month is not the same one he had from on high, wearing street shoes. He sees some subtle backsliding on enforcement. "If you compare the first two weeks to now, it's a big difference," said Sundin, moments after scoring the winning goal in overtime against Montreal on Saturday night. "I talked to one of the refs during the game. Now it's not back to where it was (two years ago) but I told him there's more clutch and grab out there. There's some hooking and holding going on.
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East Meets West

from Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun,

Friday marks the start of full conference play, the first chance to judge if the new National Hockey League has retained any of its old flavour, pitting the wide-open West against the super-sized East. Kicking it off are clashes between division leaders, the Ottawa Senators and Los Angeles Kings, and the Carolina Hurricanes against second-place Dallas Stars. Among the most-excited observers in the coming weeks will be pro scouts such as Maple Leafs' Craig Button. "I think the East has been in transition for a couple of years, but we've had nothing to use as a measuring stick until now," Button said. "It will be good to see how Ottawa looks against Vancouver or what Tampa Bay does against Nashville. Then you have the individual matchups; Robyn Regehr against Dany Heatley, or Bryan McCabe on Jarome Iginla."
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Why Players Play

from Eric Weinrich, special to to Maine Today,

You often hear about how tough athletes are and the heroic tales of injured players performing in big games and leading their teams to victory. These are the stories of legend. But some folks would ask, "Why would a player risk his career, or put the team's future in jeopardy?" As a kid, it is just human nature because you want to play so badly, and a small bump or bruise doesn't hinder a performance or a playground game. As you get older, the injuries always seem to get worse and more troublesome. As a pro, it is your life and you must take care of injuries like a farmer takes care of his machines. If they are not working correctly, you don't get the most out of them.
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Flyers Need A Leader

from the Phildadelphia Inquirer,

The Flyers are light years away from the team that, at the end of August, was considered odds-on favorite to win it all. If forced to predict how long they'd last in the playoffs right now, I might say two rounds, at best. The Flyers of today are a leaderless group, riddled by injury, and depleted to the point that in some games, like Saturday's loss to the Islanders, five of their top forwards played last season in the AHL, juniors or both.
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Shootout In The Finals- When?

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

If sports fans across the continent are asking, "Did you see that?" in response to the theatrical, 15-round Shootout at the OK Corral on Saturday that ended with Marek Malik's dazzling between-the-legs move that flummoxed not only Olaf Kolzig but everyone else in the joint, you can bet the executives at the TV networks can't be too far behind. Which means — and you can take this to the bank right along with the owners' share of the players' escrow fund — that it is only a matter of time before, a) NBC and whoever has the NHL's cable rights in a couple of years insist that the shootout become part of the Stanley Cup playoffs; and, b) the league acquiesces in exchange for reasonable rights fees. Honestly, it's the next logical step in the progression, isn't it?
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