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Schedule - October 6, 2012

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Yes! back to 500 Hockey, really happy for the guys and the kids out there tonight, a great defensive matchup, a real goaltender dual...San Jose's netminder, as you all know I have a real soft spot for the guy, he is a stellar goalie and will have a remarkable career in this league, James Reimer, there is no shame in a 1 nothing loss in OT. None. The better goalie simply had to win eventually in a very tight, extremely tight contest.

;)

Mark Stuart hurt yikes....three injured starters in two games played. The Whale are gonna love their odds this year, for now though we will stand pat and wait for a second opinion or an Eddie Shore approach to recovery.

Reimer was actually 1st star in that game... 41 saves on the night, the only one that beat him was a Jiri Hudler one timer with 47 seconds left in overtime.

Kari Lehtonen was also outstanding for Calgary, who almost upset the defending Cup champs. LA tied that game with 1:43 to go, and then won it in overtime. 46 saves on the night for Lehtonen in the 2-1 loss to LA. Ryan Miller stopped 24 shots for the Kings.

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I just want thank Kari for playing his heart out and say that next time we'll beat the kings!!!!!

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Where I played hockey, the star was the goalie who didn't let in a single shot.

:bigblush: i am of course just messin around.

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Im playing Dallas again?

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Vancouver Canucks call up C Peter Holland to fill in for the injured David Ullstrom. Our lines will remain the same except for the 4th line:

Joensuu - Holland - Palmieri

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With Anisimov out for the next few months on IR the Buffalo Sabres would like to callup Craig Adams.

He will fill out the 4th line center position.

Matthias - Adams - Pinizzotto

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Boston Bruins Gazette

Its seems hockey is emotionally exhausting from every angle these days. It is no different for the Boston Bruins organization. Their offices have received a roller coaster of news in the past week.

For those who expressed their support when they heard of Brett MacLean`s heart trouble in June, there was some bad news this week. After technically dying when his heart stopped during a pickup game with friends and being revived by a team of bystanders, Brett`s future seemed uncertain. Early reports had him on a fast track to recovery, and tweets from the player himself had him running and getting back on track. Sadly, MacLean required doctors to implant a cardiac defibrillator, that will shock his heart if it begins to beat irregularly. Doctor`s have ruled out the possibility of any contact sport in the future for MacLean, and thus the bright career of a young prospect is dimmed. The Boston Bruins have made a sizable contribution to Brett`s new cause, touring schools and universities to preach the importance of learning CPR.

As a silver lining for fans, the hometown favorite Scott Parse has returned after two years of arduous hip surgeries. He had to have one hip reflexor worked on in the 10-11 season(4points in 5 games) which saw a whole season written off, only to have a great start to the 11-12 season (2 goals in 9 games) stopped by a double hip reconstruction surgery, wiping out another season. Scott restarted his training during summer, and last night he scored one goal, followed by the assist for the game winner in minor hockey action. Fans couldn`t be happier, and staff couldn`t be prouder of this amazing young man that just won`t take no for an answer. Greensman was quoted as saying, "he`s the most devoted guy in the room everyday, and has a daunting work ethic. We resigned Scott during his injuries without hesitation. It was a move to ensure that WHEN Scott does play NHL hockey, it will be for the Bruins. His development and recovery will dictate what the timeframe will be. We`re in no rush."

Sad moments, rewarding moments and lockouts... hockey is an emotionally exhausting sport.

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Reimer was actually 1st star in that game... 41 saves on the night, the only one that beat him was a Jiri Hudler one timer with 47 seconds left in overtime.

Kari Lehtonen was also outstanding for Calgary, who almost upset the defending Cup champs. LA tied that game with 1:43 to go, and then won it in overtime. 46 saves on the night for Lehtonen in the 2-1 loss to LA. Ryan Miller stopped 24 shots for the Kings.

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Mike Gillis, Mike Vanderhoek or thatMike or another mike? Mike check one two one two, testes one two, check, yup, all good. Also Mr. Hunt. I will let you figure that one out.

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Great news for Boston! St.Louis head coach Ken Hitchcock announced today how they intend to use Valdamir Trarsenko. Though some had expected he would ease him into the lineup slowly, Hitchcock said today they know exactly where they will use him, and they have met with those three players and told them, "that’s the one line, we met with all three players and we said this is the line that’s going to stay together from start to finish. It’s going to practice together, it’s going to play together and I don’t see us coming off that." The line will be Macdonald, Steen and Tarasenko.

Just can`t wait for this season to get started! I needed this news today :)

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Does anyone here want to here a joke about a pizza?

Never mind. It's too cheesy

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hey guys do we know how often league standings are going to be posted?

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Mike Gillis, Mike Vanderhoek or thatMike or another mike? Mike check one two one two, testes one two, check, yup, all good. Also Mr. Hunt. I will let you figure that one out.

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