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Modano Goes On IR

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via the AP,

Mike Modano was put on injured reserve Thursday by the Dallas Stars and missed his fifth straight game because of a lower-body injury.
The move was retroactive to Dec. 4, the night Modano got hurt. The soonest he could return is Saturday at Los Angeles, but that is questionable.
Modano got hurt in the second period of the Stars’ 1-0 victory over San Jose after he scored the game’s only goal on a one-timer during a power play in the first period. Modano has 10 goals and 10 assists in 27 games this season.

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Art…You’ll Never Learn

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Ken Daniels is a hockey guy. Art Regner is not. Ken Daniels has credibility with the Wings organization. Art Regner is viewed as a buffoon with a microphone. Both proved it yesterday. Regner, the host of WXYT's "Big Show" and the info-hungry sports reporter he is, watched the Wing/Ottawa game the other night on the tube. Good. He says he became perturbed when, during a timeout with :14 seconds left, FSN Detroit cut to Ken Daniels between the benches.

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Hello Buffalo

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from Kara Yorio of the Sporting News,

A series of little lighted signs greets you in the concourse at Buffalo Niagara International Airport: Enjoy this beautiful season Go Sabres! Is that two thoughts or one? Do Buffalo fans even know the holidays are here amid all the Sabres celebrations since October? They hope the good times run long past New Year's Day. The Sabres are a team with speed, depth and two quality goaltenders. Many of the players developed together within the organization. They know one another's strengths and weaknesses, and they are friends.
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Thursday Deep Digging

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

Interesting. Discussion regarding Pavel Datsyuk's "stiffness" is escalating. While our erstwhile Deep Diggers have (a) decided not to ask for any further explanation, (2) are satisfied that "stiffness" is all the clarity they need to write their one-sentence descriptions of his condition or (c) can't stop giggling; I'm getting comments here and reading elsewhere that it may be his wrist. Mike Babcock said he'll know for sure at today's morning skate whether Datsyuk can go tonite against Chicago.

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Wild Take On Roloson

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from the Pioneer Press,

Manny Fernandez remembers the first time he crossed paths in St. Paul with former teammate Dwayne Roloson last March. "We looked at each other, and we didn't have to say anything," Fernandez said. "We sort of understood that we made our games better by being together." Today, logic tells you that Fernandez will start in goal for the Wild and Roloson will start in goal for Edmonton as the teams tied atop the NHL's Northwest Division meet at the Oilers' Rexall Place. Maybe, maybe not.
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Gretzky On J.R.

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from the Arizona Republic,

The Coyotes might be finished with Jeremy Roenick. Coach Wayne Gretzky said Roenick would not play in tonight's game, and possibly more, because Roenick left General Motors Place in Vancouver, British Columbia, on Tuesday after learning he'd been scratched from the lineup because of a back injury a few hours before Phoenix's 5-2 defeat. Roenick said he watched at least part of the game while eating dinner in a restaurant in Vancouver, and he was not seen in the Coyotes dressing room after the game. “I treat players like men and they should act like men,” Gretzky said Wednesday. “JR, all and all, has been pretty positive. But the reality is, last night he made a mistake. … There will be ramifications for what happened.”
continued added 9:12am, from the East Valley Tribune,
Jeremy Roenick can see the sun is quickly approaching its setting point on his long, illustrious, controversial and always entertaining career. “End of the (NHL) year, absolutely (I’ll retire),” Roenick said Wednesday at the airport in Vancouver before the Coyotes headed home following their 0-2 road trip. “The way it seems to be going right now, I don’t think anybody would want to give me another chance to tell you the truth.”
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NYR Want Nylander Around

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from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,

But the bargain, if not necessarily Nylander's tour in Manhattan, is almost over. Failing to exercise a team option over the summer of 2005 for what would have been a 2007-08 commitment of $2.28 million - how could they after the contract's first season became a cancelled season? - the Rangers ceded control of the fourth year to Nylander, who has a player's option for $1.52 million for next year. Obviously, Nylander will not exercise the below-market value option. This means the Rangers will have to sign No. 92 to a multi-year contract extension commensurate with the going rate for a successful first-line pivot or risk losing him over the summer as an unrestricted free agent. To that end, the wheels are in motion.
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The Big & Small Battle

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from NorthJersey,

The latest chapter of this tall tale was written in the third period of the Devils' 5-1 win at TD Bank-north Garden on Saturday. During a scrum in front of the Bruins' net, Gionta hooked his stick blade behind Chara's left knee and gave a small tug, trying to throw off his balance. Chara reached down, grabbed Gionta's chin strap and started yanking on it from side to side. "There's some matchups you just can't explain," Devils coach Claude Julien said. "It's obvious to me that Chara must respect him a lot to play him that hard. On the other hand, he [Gionta] is a competitor and he's showing him that it doesn't matter what he does. It's not going to stop him."
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Old Stick

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from the National Post,

It has survived flooding, frozen ponds, frozen cow patties and a flex test from Cliff Fletcher. And now the world's oldest hockey stick -- worth an estimated US$4.25-million -- is being auctioned off on eBay, with the proceeds going to charity. The stick's original owner, and maker, was Alexander Rutherford. Rutherford carved the treasure from a piece of hickory wood he found on his family's farm in southeastern Ontario sometime between 1852-56.
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We’ve Seen It Before

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from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,

Okay, let's review. In the past week, we've seen an Ottawa Senators player wave a white flag of surrender, the Detroit Red Wings owner accost a National Hockey League official between periods, and a usually mild-mannered Toronto Maple Leafs coach go off on the refereeing after another discouraging loss. If one didn't know any better, you'd be tempted to say that refereeing was a hot-button topic in the NHL once again. But really, are things any different than they were last month, or last year, or three years ago, or even 30 years ago?
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