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Hacking Thanksgiving NHL.com

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from the Independent,

Some users of a number of global websites were reportedly affected by a hack claiming to have come from the Syrian Electronic Army today, with pages including The Independent showing messages from the pro-Assad collective.

Some users attempting to access the sites saw a notification saying “You’ve been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA)”. The message did not appear for all users and seemed to hit mostly those using Apple devices, though some users of Google Chrome on PCs reported the same problems....

The Chicago Tribune, CNBC, PC World, Forbes and the Telegraph were reported by Twitter users to have been hit by the attack. Sites from across the world, including the official page of French football club Toulouse FC, the NHL's website and Canadian broadcaster CBC, were reported to have been involved in the attack.

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Morning Line- Joe Pavelski

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

"The harder we try right now, it's like the worse it's going."

-Joe Pavelski of the San Jose Sharks after losing 2-0 to the Calgary Flames Wednesday night.  More on the Sharks from Curtis Pashelka of the Mercury News.

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Videos- Luongo Injury, Ben Bishop Head-Butt, Adam Lawry Boarding Call And Rick Nash Penalties

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Some of the injuries, hits and penalties you may have missed last night.

 

 

 

Then we have a not so typical head-butt from Ben Bishop on Rick Nash...

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Video- The Tampa Bay Lightning Honor Martin St. Louis

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from Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune,

Set to Bastille’s “Pompeii,” the video began with a shot of St. Louis with his hands on the top of his stick, head down and shuffling his skates during a pregame introduction, which was followed by a quick montage of goal celebrations through the seasons. That was followed by a replay of the triple-overtime, series-clinching goal St. Louis scored against the Washington Capitals during the 2003 first-round series, the first playoff series victory in franchise history.

That cut away to “With our sincere gratitude” before a replay of the double-overtime goal St. Louis scored against Calgary during the 2004 Stanley Cup final.

Then “For 13 seasons’’ flashed up on the board followed by a picture of the center-ice scene when the Lightning won the Cup, with a zoomed-in shot of a bleeding St. Louis with a smile on his face....

As the video concluded, St. Louis came off the New York bench, raised his glove to the fans and touched the glove to his chest, which he did on two occasions as the applause turned into a standing ovation.

“I was very flattered by the ovation, and I wanted to give them the proper thank you,” St. Louis said. “It was great, it brought up a lot of memories, I felt I wanted to give them the thank you that they deserved.’’

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The Bottom Line Is The Colorado Avalanche Lost To The Chicago Blackhawks

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from Adrian Dater of All Things Avs,

Avs lose 3-2, on a late Bryan Bickell goal. I interviewed him earlier in the day, and told him to enjoy the goal he would score in the game, because almost every single time I interview an opposing player on the day of a game, they score a goal. I mean, it’s spooky. So, you can blame me for the loss I guess.

The Avs blamed the referees for the loss too. Patrick Roy and Alex Tanguay both verbalized their displeasure in the disparity in power-play time (almost 10 minutes to less than three minutes). Do I think the Avs got jobbed by the refs too? A little, yeah, but the best team won tonight. That’s the bottom line.

But the Blackhawks should have won. They were a rested, healthy team playing a team missing TEN regular players, one that played the night before on the road. So, congrats on a one-goal win I guess.

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Watch Patrick Roy post-game below...

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Video- Highlights From The Nine NHL Games Last Night

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Just about 4 1/2 minutes of action from Wednesday night...

 

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Extended Highlights From The Wings’ Win Over The Flyers

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By Paul

Knowing some of the 19 may have been unable to watch the Detroit win over Philadelphia last night due to extreme partying, or something else extreme, I have you covered.

Whether you are just waking up or maybe just getting to bed, here is 17 minutes of game action from last night.

 

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Happy Thanksgiving 2014

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Wishing all KK members, readers and followers on Twitter the best on this day.

Enjoy your time with family and friends and cherish the moments spent with them.

My plan for today is a morning update then the rest of the day relaxing and munching on a cajun turkey with all the fixings.

Friday, back to a regular hockey day for me.

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The overnight report: Red Wings-Flyers wrap-up and thoughts on a team in progress

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

The more I think about the Red Wings' 4-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday night, and the more that I look at the standings with interest for the first time this season, the more I think that being 12-5-and-5 on American Thanksgiving--a.k.a. Ken Holland's, "If you're in the playoff picture now you're probably going to make it, and if you're not, you're probably not" mark--the more I think that the Wings are where they should be.

I'm still a believer in the concept that the Red Wings needed two full seasons to realize their full post-Nicklas Lidstrom potential and forge an identity as a younger, faster, more potent and yet slightly "thinner" team, and on Wednesday, I thought that the Wings' performance was reflective of a team in the process of finding its edge.

The fact that the Wings took advantage of the struggling Flyers and their absolutely dreadful road record, at this point in the year at least, felt more like something that had to be done as opposed to something to hang one's hat upon.

Wings coach Mike Babcock made a particularly intriguing set of comments after the game, as noted by MLive's Ansar Khan...

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Prospect news: Griffins take out Amerks as Mark Zengerle celebrates Thanksgiving ‘at home’

Blog: The Malik Report By George Malik

The Red Wings' AHL affiliate, the Grand Rapids Griffins, is spending American Thanksgiving engaging in a "road-and-still-on-the-road" series against the Rochester Americans, and Grand Rapids got off to a good start on Wednesday, defeating the Amerks 3-1.

The Griffins' website posted a game recap...

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