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Open Post- Three Games Tonight On The Stanley Cup Playoffs Schedule

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

The three home teams will try to even up the series at 2-2 tonight.

Feel free to comment on the games tonight or anything hockey related.

 

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Sergei Fedorov spent Tuesday’s Wings game in the Joe’s press box, but he wasn’t exactly ‘visiting’

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

During last night's Red Wings game, the "GM Cam" found Sergei Fedorov speaking with Wings GM Ken Holland and executive Chris Chelios.

I wasn't too surprised as Fedorov rather wryly informed the media at the Winter Classic Alumni game that he still spends his summers in Metro Detroit, and as CSKA Moscow's season has ended--and KHL teams' training camps begin at the end of July, with exhibition games and tournaments spanning the entire month of August--this is Fedorov's "summer vacation."

The Detroit Free Press's George Sipple reports that Fedorov was a welcomed guest:

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It Might Be April, But The Skies of November Are Decidedly Gloomy

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

Yesterday I told you it wasn't quite time for Gordo. Today? Lightfoot is knee deep with the rest of you onboard the Hasek.

Serious trouble is what we're in.  Last night offered no hope. It was worse than Sunday only because Boston didn't play as well but dominated the Wings in an even more convincing fashion, and they did it at JLA.

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Red Wings prospect news: on Anthony Mantha’s latest hat trick and Tyler Bertuzzi’s recovery

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

I figured that the Grand Rapids Griffins' setting up of their first-round series with the Abbotsford Heat would yield all of the Red Wings' prospect news today, but two stories popped up this afternoon:

1. Yahoo Sports' Neate Sager (via RedWingsFeed) reports that Anthony Mantha had quite the moment during last night's game between the Halifax Mooseheads and Mantha's Val-d'Or Foreurs. Val-d'Or ended up losing the Conference Final match-up via a 6-5 OT decision (Val-d'Or still leads the series 2-1) but Mantha scored a hat trick in the affair...

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Red Wings-Bruins Wednesday practice post: Zetterberg skates, B’s press repeats: series is over

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

Updated 3x at 6:07 PM: As Paul noted, the Red Wings a) recalled Xavier Ouellet and b) witnessed Henrik Zetterberg take part in today's Red Wings practice.

The Red Wings issued a brief press release regarding Ouellet's recall...

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Where’s Giroux?

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Ed Barkowitz of the Philadelphia Daily News,

It is clear through three games that the Rangers intend to bump, harass, slash and aggravate Flyers captain Claude Giroux every chance they get. So, how are they doing?

Last night marked the 13th consecutive game Giroux did not score a goal against the Rangers, who took a 2-1 series lead with a suffocating 4-1 victory. Giroux drew a couple of penalties on the Blueshirts and chipped in his second assist of the playoffs. He even got his first shot on goal, on his 62nd shift of the series, but he again did not get one past Henrik Lundqvist.

"He's a good goalie," Giroux said. "We knew that coming in the series, and we just need to keep shooting the puck, and they're going to start going in."

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Setting up the Grand Rapids Griffins’ first-round playoff series

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

The Grand Rapids Griffins are busy this afternoon...

And as the Griffins will open their first-round series against the Abbotsford Heat on Friday, the Griffins posited a press release framing the match-up:

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Red Wings’ Gustav Nyquist battling Patrick Kane in latest TSN Play of the Year Showdown

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

TSN's next "Play of the Year Showdown" quarterfinal features a Red Wing not named Pavel Datsyuk: This time, Patrick Kane is battling Gustav Nyquist, with this Nyquist goal against Tampa Bay...

Facing off against this goal from Kane:

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NBC Sports Group Will Cover Team USA From IIHF World Championship

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

STAMFORD, Conn. – April 23, 2014 – NBC Sports Group will present live coverage of all Team USA games next month from the 2014 IIHF World Championship in Minsk, Belarus, part of more than 40 hours of coverage on NBCSN. NBC Sports Live Extra – NBC Sports Group’s live streaming product for desktops, mobile devices, and tablets – will stream all NBCSN content.

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KK- The KK Donation Drive Is Now On

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

note- moved to the top of page, original post was 4/23/14 at 9:32am


It is once again the time for the semi-annual KK Donation Drive.

For a $25 donation, you as a KK member can have the vast majority of ads removed for you browsing pleasure for one year. If you have donated in the past and have no-ads status and wish to donate again, a $20 donation will add another year to that status when your first donation reaches its original expiration date.

In order to participate in the no ads donation, you must be a KK member (register here).

Then, just click on the PayPal button below (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover accepted) and any donation over $25 will enroll you in the mostly ad-free version of KK.

Also, thanks to all of you who use the KK Amazon link to purchase items through Amazon.  It is much appreciated and I encourage you to bookmark this Amazon link and use it when making purchases.

Thanks,

Paul

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