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Videos- 1000 Points For Henrik Sedin

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Jason Botchford of the Vancouver Province,

“It’s something I will remember forever,” Henrik said, two hours after he slid a goal through Luongo’s five hole, igniting a crowd that rose to the occasion, and appropriately shook the city with a chilling ovation that was 16 years in the making.

“When I saw my teammates come onto the ice, I lost it a little bit. It was very special.

“If I retired today, I think it was the most memorable moment for me as a player.”

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Two more video below regarding Henrik Sedin...

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NHL Short Notes

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

FRIDAY’S RESULTS
Home Team in Caps
Chicago 1, BOSTON 0
BUFFALO 3, Detroit 2 (OT)
Pittsburgh 7, CAROLINA 1
Montreal 3, NEW JERSEY 1
Nashville 3, EDMONTON 2 (SO)
VANCOUVER 2, Florida 1
 
HENRIK SEDIN SCORES TO REACH 1,000-POINT MILESTONE
Canucks captain Henrik Sedin scored in the second period to become the first player in franchise history to reach the 1,000-point milestone (233-767—1,000).
 

 
* Sedin also became the fourth Swedish-born player in NHL history to register 1,000 career points, joining Mats Sundin (564-785—1,349), Daniel Alfredsson (444-713—1,157) and Nicklas Lidstrom (264-878—1,142).
 
* MUST SEE: Panthers goaltender and former teammate Roberto Luongo skated over to congratulate Sedin shortly after the milestone goal.

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The overnight report: Red Wings-Sabres wrap-up—hold ‘em up in Buffalo

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

The Red Wings' 3-2 OT loss to the Buffalo Sabres was...let's say it was officiated according to "old time hockey" rules, and Danny DeKeyser was stripped of the puck by Ryan O'Reilly twice, once in overtime, a hand-on-body grab and then a stick-to-the-hands play. On some nights, those plays are called textbook obstruction-and-or-interference plays, and on some nights, they're kosher.

To the Sabres' credit, O'Reilly and his teammates played whistle to whistle, and as a result, plays helped the Sabres secure two points to Detroit's one (and Detroit got to stew in its juices a bit as the team was "fogged in" in Buffalo).

Buffalo was delighted by the development and damn proud of O'Reilly's grit, as they told Buffalo Hockey Beat's Bill Hoppe:

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Wings fogged in, this time literally

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

According to the Free Press's Helene St. James and MLive's Ansar Khan, the Red Wings will spend the night in Buffalo due to weather-related reasons:

Here's more from St. James:

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Red Wings-Sabres quick take: point gained, frustrating point lost

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

The Detroit Red Wings faced off against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night, with the Wings looking to extend their 3-game winning streak against a Sabres team whose goaltender, Anders Nilsson, has one of the best home-ice records in the league.

Nilsson out-dueled Petr Mrazek despite 70 Wings shot attempts and 34 shots on net as the Red Wings were undone by a struggling power play, lost puck battles and a terrible non-call in OT as Buffalo won 3-2 in overtime.

Danny DeKeyser, who got walked around by Ryan O'Reilly on the 2-2 goal, was hooked around the hands by the same player, and the puck made its way to Kyle Okposo, who slid the puck past Mrazek at 4:34 of OT...

But the Wings had an OT power play of their own that wasn't demonstrative, the Wings just played kind of sloppy hockey for many stretches on the night, and Darren Helm's return wasn't enough to give the Wings the grit and jam they needed to grind out a heavily-needed win over the Sabres.

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It’s An Inauguration Day Live Blog

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By Paul

And quite possibly an inauguration baby for The Grandpa Chief too.

That's why I am here.  So let's celebrate with a win tonight.

Make it four in a row, two points anyway the Wings can get it.

Bill will keep me updated with any news, in the meantime I say Stevie or Stevi, depending on the sex of the child.

Go Wings, comment away.

update 7:59pm, Healthy baby girl. Born at the horn ending the first.

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Evening news: A Game-Day Preview video; Vanek on Vanek; Helm returns

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

Of Red Wings-related note this evening:

1. Here's the Wings' Game-Day Preview video...

2. And here's a video of the team applying stickers commemorating Joe Louis Arena memories to the West Entrance of the Joe:

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Video- Woa

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

 

Reading the comments, it may be an older video.

 

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P.K. Subban Returns Tonight

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via the Nashville Predators,

The Nashville Predators activated defenseman P.K. Subban from Injured Reserve on Friday and expect him to play tonight in Edmonton.

The 27-year-old blueliner has missed the previous 16 games with an upper-body injury. Subban had 17 points (7g-10a) in the Predators' opening 29 games before exiting with what he described as "a new injury."

Adding Subban back into the mix will be welcome addition for the Preds, who are also missing another franchise defenseman in Roman Josi (Injured Reserve; upper-body). 

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Red Wings-Sabres game-day articles and videos: Mrazek vs. Nilsson; Helm in, Glendening…ill…

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

Updated 6x at 2:06 PM: The Detroit Red Wings and Buffalo Sabres held their morning skates ahead of tonight's game (7 PM EST on FSD/MSG B/97.1 FM), and the Buffalo Sabres stated that they'd start Anders Nilsson in goal opposite Petr Mrazek and that Tyler Ennis will play for Buffalo tonight; Darren Helm will return for the Red Wings this evening, and the Wings' beat writers reported that Luke Glendening will battle through an illness.

The Buffalo News's Amy Moritz filed a game-day article...

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