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Game of the Day - October 16, 2012

medium.pngDetroit - 2 (SO)

medium.pngVancouver - 1

Goals -----------1st-----2nd----3rd-----OT----SO----FINAL--

Detroit ----------- 0 ----- 0 ------ 1 ------- 0 ---- 1 ------- 2 -----

Vancouver ------ 1 ----- 0 ------ 0 ------- 0 ---- 0 ------- 1 -----

Shots ------------1st-----2nd----3rd-----OT----SO----FINAL--

Detroit ------------ 7 ----- 12 ---- 11 ----- 5 ---- 5 ------ 35 -----

Vancouver ------- 8 ----- 11 ----- 8 ------ 5 ---- 5 ------ 32 -----

Three Stars

small.png1. Jonas Hiller

small.png2. Jhonas Enroth

small.png 3. Jamie Benn

Scoring Summary

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- 1st Period -

VAN Jeff Skinner (5), Matt Duchene 6:33 PP

- 2nd Period -

No Scoring

- 3rd Period -

DET Jamie Benn (5), Derek MacKenzie, James Wisniewski 17:32

- Overtime -

No Scoring

- Shootout -

1. VAN Patrick Kane (Goal)

1. DET Zach Parise (Goal)

2. VAN Mikko Koivu (Save)

2. DET Patrick Sharp (Save)

3. VAN Matt Duchene (Save)

3. DET Jamie Benn (Save)

4. VAN Milan Michalek (Save)

4. DET Daniel Alfredsson (Save)

5. VAN Jeff Skinner (Save)

5. DET David Bolland (Goal)

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Injuries

medium.png - LW Daniel Carcillo will be injured for 9 - 10 weeks with a lacerated arm.

medium.png - C Tyler Bozak will be injured for a week or so with a neck injury.

medium.png - C Brad Marchand will be injured for a week or so with a sprained ankle.

medium.png - D Barret Jackman will be injured for 2 - 3 weeks with a concussion.

medium.png - D David Rundblad will be injured for 2 - 3 months with a separated shoulder.

Returning from Injury

medium.png - D Toni Lydman has recovered and is available to play.

medium.png - C Manny Malhotra has recovered and is available to play.

medium.png - C Nik Antropov has recovered and is available to play.

medium.png - C David Steckel has recovered and is available to play.

medium.png - RW Mikael Granlund has recovered and is available to play.

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Schedule #2 - October 17, 2012

medium.pngBuffalo

medium.pngQuebec

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medium.pngToronto

medium.pngBoston

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medium.pngNY Rangers

medium.pngDallas

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medium.pngPhiladelphia

medium.pngNew Jersey

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medium.pngTampa Bay

medium.pngWinnipeg

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medium.pngMinnesota

medium.pngLos Angeles

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medium.pngDetroit

medium.pngCalgary

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medium.pngEdmonton

medium.pngMontreal

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medium.pngVancouver

medium.pngColorado

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medium.pngSan Jose

medium.pngSt. Louis

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Yeap, and a 7.75m per season salary.

We had 5 draft picks this season, and made a number of off-season signings.

Grigorenko, Aberg, Collberg and Jurco are all good prospects on good teams. Marcantuoni is a wild card that was previously touted as a top-10 pick. We signed Brunner on offense, and Hellberg/Smith in net.

On D, we have De Haan, Petrecki, Doherty, Tennyson, Tommernes, and Acolatse. De Haan is close, and our current NHL D is young, mobile, and deep.

All these reasons factored into our decision to offer sheet for Hedman, and we feel that it isn't a matter of whether Hedman is worth 6 draft picks and 42+ million. It is more that, our team had a gaping need on D, we had the cap space and roster space available, and our drafting/signing of prospects in the last 2-3 seasons make our prospect pool on offense deep enough that we can part with the picks.

However, that doesn't rule out the possibility of trading for draft picks later on if the opportunity arises.

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Geez, the Quebec Coyotes are awesome! Lets see if they can keep it going vs Buffalo today. That'll be a tough one.

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thanks..nice team report..seems your team will have a bright future..good luck :)

Tonight's your night, San Jose vs St. Louis will be game of the day! :P

Also, stats you requested I will send tonight as well.

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Tonight's your night, San Jose vs St. Louis will be game of the day! :P

Also, stats you requested I will send tonight as well.

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Read RIP Amanda Todd guys - second argument in two days Sharpshooter gets himself into, lmfao.

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Geez, the Quebec Coyotes are awesome! Lets see if they can keep it going vs Buffalo today. That'll be a tough one.

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Not news I like to hear and not how I like to hear it.

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Congratulations on your teams win squeak .

Three losses in a row , this is not the start i was hoping for as the blackhawks new GM

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And i thought members that are not particapting in this league , are not allowed to post in this thread .

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We have allowed long-standing members to work through e-mail/MSN in the past; as we expected the posters to come back.

But given that - the execs will decide what to do when Curt gets the full low-down.

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I'm sure he's referring to CDCers that are not CDCGML members posting in the thread as happened here.

It's certainly smacks of trolling and I'm debating myself whether to report it.

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From the New York Rangers front office:

With Nik Antropov back and healthy, we will immediately slot him into the lineup for our upcoming home opener against the Stars...Nik is back to 2nd line Center job and updated linup will follow in a moment.....

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New York Rangers!

Vanek | Thornton | Hudler

Kostitsyn | Antropov | Malone

Lombardi | Stajan | Moss

Ashton | Brent | Galiardi

Stortini

Gonchar | Souray

Spacek | Klein

Stuart | Moore

White | Huskins

Smith

S. Mason

Connecticut Whale!

Craig Cunningham | Eric Belanger | Brad Staubitz

............... | Darroll Powe | Maxim Shalunov

Jake Muzzin | Ty Wishart

Mike Moore

Rick DiPietro

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Shaking up the lines in Dallas after a dismal start to the SimSeason....

Mueller -- E.Staal -- Gaborik

Stalberg - Bouchard - Clowe

Eller -- Brassard -- Samuelsson

Gerbe - Wellwood - Wingels

Baertschi -- Boulton

Zidlicky -- Grossmann

Methot -- Demers

Clitsome - Wilson

Nikitin

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Shaking up the lines in Dallas after a dismal start to the SimSeason....

Mueller -- E.Staal -- Gaborik

Stalberg - Bouchard - Clowe

Eller -- Brassard -- Samuelsson

Gerbe - Wellwood - Wingels

Baertschi -- Boulton

Zidlicky -- Grossmann

Methot -- Demers

Clitsome - Wilson

Nikitin

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Welcome to the newly refurbished Madison Square Garden. We will avail ourselves and our staff to making your visit as comfortable as possible, with this being our first home game of the season due to construction over runs, we hope everything goes smoothly for both teams, and as always, we welcome the chance to beat you on the ice, our ice, in front of our fans. hahahaha....

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Very curious about the 7% salary cut offer....this makes it very tempting, one would think, in that we already know that if the average career is 10 years, say for argument, then losing this season is a 10% cut in ones career income from hockey, now the NHL is saying they will only cut 7% if the players sign now, and they can do a full season, so not lose any % of income on the lockout time..this is somewhat agreeable circumstances. We all know most players only get around 5 years on the ice in the NHL, which makes half a season lost wages equal to 10% lost lifetime earnings....to cut that prospect out and only lose 7% while the HRR grows year over year which will increase salaries by year 6 of the deal by some 20 million per team...its a no brainer. Sign it.

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