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  1. November 1: Jake Virtanen tricks and treats in a 4-2 win over the Blackhawks
  2. Didn’t see this posted anywhere so thought I’d open up the discussion of where he could land if he does end up coming back to the NHL this season or next Season. Former Los Angeles Kings defenceman Slava Voynov has applied for reinstatement, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly confirmed Thursday. “Voynov, 28, had his contract terminated by the Kings in the fall of 2014 when he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanour charge of corporal injury to his spouse stemming from an arrest on domestic violence charges. Following two months in prison, he returned to his native Russia voluntarily rather than face a potential deportation hearing with United States Immigration.” “Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reported Thursday that if Voynov is reinstated, he will still face a suspension upon his return to the league.” “Bill Daly commenting makes it relevant today. What we know is that the NHL is heavily involved in the fact-checking and investigating of the case," Dreger said on Insider Trading. "There’s no timeline as to when the league is going to conclude the investigation, nor is there a timeline as to when commissioner Gary Bettman will determine the length of discipline, other than the expectation is it will be extreme." “One team that apparently won't be pursuing Voynov at any time, is the Arizona Coyotes. Craig Morgan of The Athletic tweeted on Thursday that the Coyotes have "no interest" in Voynov.” Since his return to Russia, Voynov has spent the last three seasons with Kontinental Hockey League club SKA St. Petersburg and represented the Olympic Athletes from Russia at February's PyeongChang Olympics, winning a gold medal. He has not played this season. He appeared in 190 games over four seasons with the Kings, scoring 18 goals and adding 63 assists. Voynov was a member of the Kings' Stanley Cup-winning teams in 2012 and 2014. FULL STORY: https://www.tsn.ca/ex-kings-d-voynov-applies-for-reinstatement-1.1202612
  3. I have not a clue if this is real or not but someone I trust told me to check out the site as he noted "Tom Lapointe is a genuine guy and unlikely to make anything up". Rumor: NHL star has suffered a serious injury at a charity hockey game. Very bad news indeed. Rumor: NHL star has suffered a serious injury at a charity hockey game. Very bad news indeed. There is a gigantic rumor floating around the Montreal Canadiens right now and it's one of catastrophic proportions for the team. According to a report from Montreal journalist Tom Lapointe, a man best known for breaking the Wayne Gretzky trade three days prior to the deal going through, the Montreal Canadiens have just been his with a disaster. Lapointe is reporting that Canadiens star forward Jonathan Drouin has suffered some form of a knee injury and furthermore Lapointe reports that the injury is believed to be very serious. To make matters even worse for the Canadiens the injury was not suffered while Drouin was playing for them or training for the upcoming 2018 - 2019 National Hockey League regular season. Lapointe is reporting that the injury was suffered during a charity game in Quebec put on by Pittsburgh Penguins star defenseman Kris Letang, an annual event known as the "Tournoi Kris Letang." Drouin being the all around good guy that he is known to be happily agreed to participate in the tournament for a good cause but unfortunately it now appears to have cost him and his team. The Canadiens have of course not officially reported any of this as of yet but we do have some anecdotal evidence that appears to lend a great deal of credence to the report from Wilson. Drouin had two big events on his schedule ahead of him in the next few days and he has since suddenly and rather mysteriously pulled out of both events without sighting a reason for his absence. The first event was another charity tournament known as the "Pro-Am Gagné-Bergeron," while the other was a boot camp that had been schedule in Quebec this week. The Boot Camp is especially noteworthy because all signs indicated that he would be attending up until Letang's charity tournament but suddenly Drouin cancelled with just 4 days of notice prior to the event. The news will be particularly devastating to the Canadiens as they were seemingly putting all their hopes into Drouin becoming a true number 1 center this season. If this injury ends up costing Drouin some time at the start of the regular season he could get off to a slow start at a position that he has not yet fully acclimated himself to. That being said though given the current state of the Canadiens organization if an injury of this nature were to happen this may be the very best possible time. The expectations are not high after last season and a poor finish would give the Canadiens a better position in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft as the look to turn the fate of their franchise around. In spite of the fact that he had to adjust to the center position in the NHL Drouin was coming off a decent year in the 2017 - 2018 NHL regular season. During the 77 games in which he appeared for the Canadiens he recorded 13 goals and 33 assists on a Habs team that really struggled to find the back of the net last season. This may be a huge blow to the Habs in the short term.
  4. The Canucks will look to add another important building block with the 7th overall pick in today's NHL entry draft.
  5. May 1: Jonathan Dahlen named Allsvenskan MVP
  6. Here are 5 takeaways from yesterday's year-end press conference for the Canucks. As well, I invite you to enter my NHL Playoff Pool. Send me an email to clayimoo@shaw.ca for more info.
  7. Between the future of the Sedins, the future of GM Jim Benning, and next month's trade deadline - there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the team.
  8. Nuckstove

    NuckStove - Podcast #4 - Trade Deadline!

    Check our latest podcast ep! We talk about trade deadline, what that means for the Canucks, injuries, the latest roadtrip and more! Have a beer while you listen http://nuckstove.podomatic.com/entry/2015-02-27T14_50_26-08_00
  9. Nuckstove

    NuckStove - Episode 5 - EXPLICIT

    This episode we get in depth about the New York Rangers game on Feb. 19th, where the Canucks had a 5-4 shootout win. We discuss the installment of young blood in the Canucks roster as of late with Ronnie Kennins, Bo Horvat, Adam Clendenning, Alex Weber, Biega and more. The Kassian conundrum that seems to be an underlying theme in the past several seasons and even Goaltending controversy between Lack, and Miller. Get real, and have a beer with us. Enjoy this episode with your NuckStove bros.
  10. Nuckstove chimes in with ep. 3! We talk Horvat, Evander Kane, Kassian Conundrum, goaltending, trade deadline, and more! Have a listen while you sip on a nice smooooth cup a' joe. http://nuckstove.podomatic.com/entry/2015-02-12T15_49_06-08_00
  11. Nuckstove

    NuckStove - Podcast #2 - 45 game mark

    http://nuckstove.podomatic.com/entry/2015-01-24T14_19_13-08_00 NuckStove panel chimes in at 45 game mark! Have a listen, let us know what you think! Cheers.
  12. stetty2

    Nonis Talks to Benning and Linden

    When the Canucks played against the Oilers on Friday night, there was another Canadian team making a presence in the Edmonton building. GM Dave Nonis was also in attendance at Rexall Place in the Alberta Capital, and speculation is already running rampant in Leaf land. Nonis was seen talking with Canucks GM Jim Benning as well as Canucks President Trevor Linden. This on the heels of an embarrassing loss at home for the Leafs who fell 4-1 to the Detroit Red Wings. The toxic fan base in Toronto is continuing to show their displeasure on what looks like another losing season. A leafs jersey thrown on the ice after the game against the Wings represents the distaste of a team that is looking for similar answers as the Oilers. The questions is, why was Nonis talking with the Canucks brass? Well, from another blog writer out of Edmonton, it's believed they were speaking of a trade that would involve a couple Canucks roster players and a prospect for a few of the Leafs roster players and a high draft pick. Nonis is in the market for a puck moving defenceman. Currently Toronto boasts a fairly week back end, with no real potential candidates to step up. Toronto Maple Leafs Defence: Phaneuf - Gardiner Franson - Robidas Polak - Reilly 7th D - Percy The talk between the two teams, which is more just a beginning point in potential negotiations could see a trade that would help both teams. The Maple Leafs could be looking for a trade that would include Alex Edler, Eddie Lack and Frankie Corrado in exchange for Nazem Kadri, Jake Gardiner, goalie James Reimer and a 2nd or 3rd round draft pick. Yes Edler would have to agree to the trade, but it is not out of the question. The Canucks were able to move Jason Garrison who has spoken out since, saying he really did not want to leave the Canucks organization. His wife is currently working in BC making TV shows, and Garrison is from BC. He spoke with TSN 1040, saying he was not happy to leave the Canucks, especially after such a difficult year. Dave Nonis is not flying out to Edmonton to meet with his counterparts just to see how they are doing in their new roles. No. There is a reason Nonis is talking to them, especially when you consider how much his Maple Leafs team is struggling. Keep in mind, he has a coach in Randy Carlyle who just signed an extension. Nonis is on the hot seat with Toronto President Brendan Shanahan and will need to pull the trigger on a move to prove his worth to the club. For Nonis, doing nothing will surely end in his demise in the centre of the hockey universe. What trade would you like to see the Canucks make with the Maple Leafs?
  13. Nuckstove

    Nuckstove Ep. 4

    Hey Guys check out our latest episode of Nuckstove, 25 games in, Nuckstove bros are chiming in. Take a gander. Get on our level!
  14. stetty2

    Kassian Taunts Gagner Injury

    It appears Zack Kassian has caused a bit of a stir with a gesture he made towards the Edmonton Oilers players near the end of the game on Friday night. David Perron and Luke Gazdic got into it with Kassian as a scrum ensued at the benches with just under a minute to play in the third period. As Kassian was skating towards his bench for a line change, Perron made an extra attempt to rough him up. The players on the ice came in for some generic pushing and shoving before being led away by the linesmen. As the players were separating, Kassian starting pointing towards his own chin, saying "what's that?" while looking towards the Oilers bench. Sam Gagner of course is wearing a protective guard under his chin after the errant stick of Kassian in the preseason broke his jaw. Kassian was given a suspension that affected both the preseason and the regular season for the injury suffered to Gagner. David Perron ended up with a roughing penalty during the mix-up with Kassian. Dale Weise would add salt to the Oilers gapping wounds as he scored on the power play, capping off a tough played game by the fourth line. I guess the question now is, was Kassian directing his gesture towards Gagner? and if so, did he cross the line? You be the judge. Watch the clip above.