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via PhillyBurbs,
-Captain Peter Forsberg caused a bit of a stir by opting out of the initial three shooters in the shootout. He didn't go until sixth. “I didn't have any sticks left,'' Forsberg explained. “They were broken, all bad. I said there were several guys better than me. “I used a broken one,'' he added. “I was lacking confidence going in, too. I've been struggling to score goals.''
-Alexander Ovechkin had 15 shots on goal last night with two goals. The other Alexander (Semin) had his first hat trick. On a side note, I drafted Semin in both fantasy leagues I am involved in, too bad I had him on the bench for one of them. from Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun,
-The bad news is Rick DiPietro got pulled in his first start of the season, allowing six goals against in two periods for the Islanders. The good news is, he's got 14 years and 80 games to get it right
much more from Steve... from Erin Nicks at the Ottawa Sun,
-Have you seen Scott Niedermayer lately? His hair is three different shades of grey, but his face appears remarkably smooth on television. He is playing in Southern California now - perhaps receiving Botox injections is the new version of "taking the needle" in Cali.
Erin also discusses the Battle of Ontario and Simon Gagne's hair...

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