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Concussion Symptoms For Connolly

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from the Buffalo News,

As the Buffalo Sabres get closer to the start of training camp - rookies report in less than two weeks and veterans skate into town Sept. 14 - it's becoming clear that one person will not be joining his teammates. It's center Tim Connolly. The playmaker is still suffering symptoms from his May 8 concussion, and General Manager Darcy Regier says Connolly may not be cleared to participate when camp opens. "It would be great if he was, but we realize it's a possibility he may not be ready for camp," said Regier, adding that Connolly could still be sidelined when the regular season starts Oct. 4. "It's possible. We're not ruling it out, but it really is one of those things that we'll monitor, and we'll just move along as time moves along."
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Report- Dumont To Nashville

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via RDS,

According to the Newspaper of Montreal, the Québécois attacker Jean-Pierre Dumont came from there to an agreement from principle with Predators from Nashville. Its recruiting should be confirmed this afternoon.
thanks to a KK member for the heads-up in the KKF. update 11:51am,
Sources tell TSN that Dumont has agreed to a two-year contract worth $4.5 million. He will be paid $2 million the first year and $2.5 in the second.
update 1:06pm, via the Tennessean,
Dumont, a four-time 20-goal scorer, said this morning that the Predators are on the top of his list and that he will make a final decision by this afternoon. Asked if his chances of signing with the Predators were good, Dumont said, "Yes, very good. We’ve had good discussions and we should have more today."
update 1:10pm, from the Nashville Predators,
Nashville Predators Executive Vice President/General Manager David Poile announced Tuesday that the club has signed free-agent forward J.P. Dumont (JAY-pee DOO-mawnt) to a two-year contract that will pay him $2 million in 2006-07 and $2.5 million in 2007-08.

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Remembering Katrina

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from the Dallas Stars,

Thom Emerson is currently a sales representative for the Stars, but a year ago, he was a member of the 10-member office staff for the Mississippi Seawolves, an ECHL club in Biloxi. A Michigan native, Emerson was a 20-year veteran of the United States Navy and was relocated to the Mississippi coast in 2001. After retiring from the Navy, he accepted a job with the Seawolves, who were set to celebrate their 10-year anniversary during the 2005-06 season. Emerson, his wife, Jo, and their son, Trey, lived in a second-floor apartment with a view of the sprawling casinos and hotels that lined the Biloxi coastline. But as Katrina chugged her way toward the Gulf coast, the family paid close attention to the forecasted path of the hurricane.
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Training In The Maritimes

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from the Chronicle Herald,

Pro baseball has the Grapefruit League, Florida’s famous spring training destination, so why can’t the Maritimes have something similar for professional hockey? Perhaps something called the Bluenose League, the Southwest Shore Development Authority has suggested. The New York Islanders will land their chartered jet in Yarmouth next month for the second year of a three-year fall training camp contract. Now the people who worked to bring a very successful 2005 Islanders training camp to Yarmouth are working to put a league of their own together. Under the plan, eight NHL teams would bring their fall camps to various Maritime towns or small cities, said Frank Anderson of the development authority.
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Be Aware

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from the Edmonton Journal,

When then NHL player Sheldon Kennedy helped bring his ex-junior coach Graham James to justice as a sex offender 10 years ago, the sordid case was supposed to serve as a wake-up call for hockey in Canada. Now, a decade later, another wake-up call comes in the form of former junior coach and former NHL Players Association-certified agent David Frost, who was charged last week in a courtroom in Napanee, Ont., with 12 counts of sexual exploitation and one count of assault. As parents prepare to support their boys and girls in the minor-hockey system this fall, it seems clear the lessons drawn from the Kennedy story remain crucial ones.
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Forget Lidstrom- It Is All About Chara

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from Kara Yorio of the Sporting News,

Technically, my Bruins season preview won't hit this site until Labor Day, but today is a little preview. Chara is arguably the best defenseman in the NHL. The argument (from me, at least) comes at the mention of Scott Niedermayer. But put the two in a pairing together and there is no question -- sorry to fans of the truly great Nicklas Lidstrom -- Chara and Niedermayer are the best two defensemen in the game heading into this season.
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Crawford Looks At The Big Picture

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from the CP via Yahoo,

Crawford, 16th all-time on the NHL coaching ranks with 411 regular-season wins, drew attention from several other clubs but settled on the Kings. They intrigued him. "I look at the challenge here in L.A.," he said. "I know that if we can win here and do the right things, it isn't only going to be great for the Los Angeles Kings but on a greater plane it's great for hockey and great for the National Hockey League and that interested me as well."
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According To The Maven

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from Stan Fischler at the New England Hockey Journal,

• Nicklas Lidstrom as the new Red Wings captain is about as apparent as automobiles being made in the Motor City. The four-time Norris Trophy-winner oozes as much class as he does talent. Plus, the man is a career Red Wing. So, forget about Chris Chelios, et. al. It has to be the sensational, understated Swede! The other captaincy no-brainer is in Boston where – without question – Zdeno Chara must get the ‘C’ on his jersey. • If it’s true that Pat Quinn will be a Scott Bowman-type consultant with Dallas, it means that Doug Armstrong has done a very good thing!
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Oh the Waiting

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Anyone else think this week may be the slowest one yet? We were a bit spoiled last year at this time, news was floating around fast and furious, all due the the CBA approval. Given a choice, I would not want to go through what we did last year, but this "dead" period is getting to me. I do plan to make the upcoming Labor Day Weekend a very slow posting period on KK. Come next Tuesday, I would expect the hockey news to pick up with training camp just around the corner. In the meantime, we sit and wait and wait... added 1:33pm, A2Y digs deep for some inside information!

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Another Howe

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from Bill Meltzer at NHL.com,

Even if he didn't come from the NHL's most illustrious family, Travis Howe would be one of the sport's rising stars in the scouting and coaching communities. Still several years shy of his 30th birthday, Howe already has begun to make a name for himself through his work with USA Hockey and International Scouting Services, as well as his own East Coast Selects program and Howe Hockey camps. He is energetic, sharp as a tack and cares deeply about the quality and integrity of his work.
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