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Nash, with anti-inflammatory medicine coursing through his veins, is expected to play tonight when the Blue Jackets face the Carolina Hurricanes in Nationwide Arena.

“I couldn’t swallow my own spit,” said Nash, who missed two games. “It’s hard to breathe, so you don’t have a lot of energy. You can’t do much. You can’t drink or eat because it hurts.”

more on the Blue Jackets at the Columbus Dispatch.

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The Nice Player

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from the Tennessean,

In a recent poll of NHL executives, coaches, players and media, only one Predator earned mention among the 22 categories.

It wasn’t team captain Jason Arnott, slick scorer Alexander Radulov or promising defenseman Shea Weber.

Instead, it was 19-year veteran Martin Gelinas, who finished second in this category: nicest player.

continued

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  Tags: martin+gelinas

13 Games Today

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The NHL action starts early today, with a 1:00pm ET game between the Flyers and Lightning.  Then at 3:00pm ET, the Kings take on the Avalanche.

Games resume at 7:00pm ET…  Check out the NHL schedule for more information including all the regional carriers.

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The Unknown Factor Of The Winter Classic

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from the Toronto Star,

The icemaker is worried. The trainers are worried. The equipment managers are worried.

This business of playing hockey outdoors in the cold piles worry on top of worry for the people behind the scenes, whose job it is to make Tuesday’s Buffalo-Pittsburgh game at Ralph Wilson Stadium seem seamlessly magical.

“You don’t know what’s going to happen,” said Chris Stewart, the Penguins’ head trainer.

continued

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Moreau Plans To Make An Impact

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from the Edmonton Journal,

...Moreau will slip into his jersey tonight, the one with the pristine C on the chest, and lead his team into a game against the Minnesota Wild.

He will no longer be captain in name only.

“It will be a special moment in my career. It will be the first time I’ve worn it, and I don’t take it lightly,” Moreau said before the team departed. “I just can’t wait. I’ll play the same way I always have, but I’ll be excited. ... I know I can make an immediate impact.”

read on

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  Tags: ethan+moreau

The “Sorta” Award

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I received a “SORTA MSM BLOGS” award from Greg Wyshynski at the Fourth Period. 

I would like to “Sorta” thank Greg for the mention.

Make sure the read the full article, some good stuff in there!!!  Even a mention of The Entertainer, Dwayne Klessel. 

On that subject, the more people that ask me about him, the more I learn about Dwayne.  How he continues to lie and deceive is just a shame, but one day, it will catch up with him.

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No “Panic” Trade For Avs

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from Pierre LeBrun of Sportsnet,

A panic trade is not in the cards for the Colorado Avalanche after losing veteran star centre Joe Sakic for eight-to-12 weeks following his hernia surgery.

“Anytime you lose a good player it’s a blow but every team goes through that,” Avalanche GM Francois Giguere told Sportsnet.ca on Friday. `“You never expect to go through an entire season without losing good players to injury. This gives other players on our team a chance to step up and show what they can do.

“So as far as making a move from the outside (a trade), we’re always looking to improve our team. But this is going to be a good chance for our youngers players to show what they have.”

continued

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You Can’t Do That Off The Ice David

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from KTVT,

A hockey player has been arrested after being accused of assaulting a flight attendant, exposing himself and head-butting a passenger on an American Airlines flight into DFW Airport. He is now facing federal charges.

An FBI agent greeted the plane at the international terminal on Thursday night and took the minor league player into custody.

According to court records, the pilot declared an on-board emergency when the flight attendants had difficulty restraining the player.

David Cornacchia, the arrested hockey player, was soft-spoken on Friday afternoon as he left the federal courthouse in Dallas

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Trading Emery May Be Difficult

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from Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun,

Ray Emery’s days with the Senators could be coming to an end.

One of the players hung a necktie in Emery’s place in the empty net where the backup goalie was supposed to be yesterday during practice at Scotiabank Place….

Murray would probably like to use Emery to acquire a top-six forward, but with Emery’s struggles on the ice and his actions off it, his value may have never been lower.

“I really don’t think they could trade Ray Emery in his current state,” an NHL executive said yesterday. “Nobody is going to want the baggage that goes with him right now.”

Two players told the Sun yesterday that the Senators are having a difficult time with Emery constantly leaving morning skates early or not going on the ice for optional practices.

read on

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Watching The Pre-Game

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from the Toronto Star,

The NHL will not break policy and place referees on the ice for the pre-game warmup leading into tonight’s game between the Maple Leafs and Rangers.

But the league will be watching in case there is a repeat of a potentially ugly incident that occurred the last time New York came to town. Before that game, Rangers super-pest Sean Avery almost came to blows with Toronto’s Darcy Tucker as the two exchanged insults at the centre line.

A referee, however, will be standing in one of the corridors watching the warmups and the league has asked TV crews to film the skate, a practice that has become common across the league since early in the season.

continued

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