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by Paul on 12/14/05 at 11:19 AM ET
-Forward Jason Blake of the New York Islanders had complete feeling in all of his extremities and didn't sustain any serious back or neck injuries when he crashed headfirst into the boards last night in a 4-3 loss to the Minnesota Wild.
Blake was still undergoing tests a few hours after the game and was expected to remain in hospital overnight as a precautionary measure.
"Our thoughts are with Jason tonight," Islanders coach Steve Stirling said late yesterday. "We look forward to getting him back, but that's for another day. The good news is that he's going to be OK." - via the AP
-During the Wings/Thrashers game last night, 5, 5 on 3 goals were scored.
-No one that I've seen before, during or since could score goals like Brett Hull. He's exemplified playing the game the way it should be played within the rules, he is a winner, he's been a class individual. There's no kid who has ever played who could make a father prouder than Brett Hull did, as far as I was concerned. - Bobby Hull on son Brett, via the Chicgo Tribune, check out more
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