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Bruins Trade Alberts To Philly

via Bruins Blog at the Boston Globe,

Andrew Alberts has been traded to Philadelphia for Ned Lukacevic and a conditional 2009 fourth-round pick. If Alberts re-signs with Philly, the fourth-rounder becomes a third-round pick.

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Three Stars Of The Week

NEW YORK (October 13, 2008) – Vancouver Canucks forward Daniel Sedin, Florida Panthers left wing David Booth and New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur have been named the NHL’s ‘Three Stars’ for the week ending October 12.

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  Tags: daniel+sedin, david+booth, martin+brodeur

Fedorov Appears To Be A Dman Tonight

from Tarik El-Bashir of Capitals Insider,

Coach Bruce Boudreau appears to have changed things up. Sergei Fedorov is wearing a black jersey this morning and he’s working with the defensemen. Michael Nylander, meantime, has replaced him as the second line center, while Boyd Gordon is centering the third line.

read on

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  Tags: sergei+fedorov

Bertuzzi Hasn’t Learned A Thing

from Ken Campbell of the Hockey News,

If Bertuzzi were just lumbering and slow, that would be one thing. But it’s clear Bertuzzi has absolutely zero ability to manage his emotions and continues to get his teams in trouble by taking stupid penalties.

His flying elbow at Daniel Sedin’s head Saturday night was easily a suspendable offense and proves Bertuzzi has learned nothing from the Steve Moore incident. Then his hit from behind on Ryan Johnson later in the period almost cost the Calgary Flames the game in regulation time.

more hockey notes…

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  Tags: todd+bertuzzi

Columbus In A Tough Spot With Malarchuk

from Michael Arace of the Columbus Dispatch,

...Which is to say this looked exactly like a suicide attempt, but there is no way to prove it.

Malarchuk, after resisting, ultimately accepted treatment and was hospitalized. He has since been discharged. His coaching career is in jeopardy and he has put the Jackets in an awful position. This gunshot will reverberate for days, months, years.

I should say, off the top, that Malarchuk is one of the most compelling and likable human beings I’ve met.

read on

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  Tags: clint+malarchuk

Afternoon Hockey Today

Happy Thanksgiving to all of the Canadian KK visitors.  I do hope you are able to spend this day with family and friends.

Also, it is Columbus Day here in the States, so what can be better than some afternoon hockey today.

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Who Said That?

Q What’s your favorite vacation spot?

A I have quite a few favorite spots. I’ve been to St. Maarten [in the Caribbean], which I adored. It’s not very big, but we went there about eight years ago with four other couples and rented a house on the French side. We spent time at the beach relaxing and to dinners at night. We walked on the beach, and my wife and friends went snorkeling, and I sat on a rock and watched them. I don’t swim well. But the sand was white and the water was beautiful.

Find out who sat on a rock and watched people snorkel…

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What Do The Flames Do Now

from Bruce Dowbiggin of the Calgary Herald,

If Thursday’s loss was shock, then Saturday’s collapse was disbelief.

The Flames threw every emotional gambit at the Vancouver rematch—including Jarome Iginla’s annual “Fight a Canuck Night”—and still lost. Sure, they salvaged a point, but they had Roberto Luongo on a bad night and couldn’t seal the deal at home.

As Kelly Hrudey astutely noted, the Canucks wrote a primer for the league on how to break down Calgary’s standup defensive style.

So Where to Go Now?

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Not The Time To Be Talking Staal Contract

from Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,

(Jordan) Staal is adamant that he wants to remain with the Penguins. “When you’re winning, there’s no better feeling,” he said. “I want to be on a winning team and I want to be part of this organization, there’s no question about it.”

But economic realities sometimes force clubs and players to make unpleasant decisions.

Shero has no reservations about negotiating during the season and believes that reaching an agreement with Staal won’t require protracted talks. Still, he acknowledged there are no guarantees.

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  Tags: jordan+staal

Morning Line

The preseason skeptics pointed toward goaltending as the Avs’ area of worry against the NHL elite. And so far, Peter Budaj hasn’t done anything to shut them up.

-Adrain Dater, Avalanche beat writer for the Denver Post.  More about last night’s loss to Edmonton from Dater…

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  Tags: peter+budaj

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Paul Kukla founded Kukla’s Korner in 2005 and the site has since become the must-read site on the ‘net for all the latest happenings around the NHL.

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