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I've been very very impressed with Brian lashoff and Antoine roussel.

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Rumour: Two Eastern Conference teams are swaping a couple of up and coming superstars...

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I've been very very impressed with Brian lashoff and Antoine roussel.

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Sounds like this trend of blockbuster trades won't be slowing down, the sens may jump in on the action!

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Waivers:

The New York Rangers Waive Colin White.

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MSG NEWS 2013:

108 Points away from the One Thousand marker, that seems to be defining the Eastern Conference race this week. The Rangers have assessed their defense and found them lacking. With four Dmen on the roster combining for 17 points this year, it is easy to see what needs to be fixed. Look for GM Primal Optimist to set about fixing over the next two weeks. Deeper on the blueline western teams looking for some offensive depth are encouraged to contact PO.

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Call-up: The Washington Capitals call-up Tim Erixon to the NHL roster.

Call-up: The Washington Capitals call-up Chris Kreider to the NHL roster

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LTIR: The Montreal Canadiens place D Zach Redmond on the LTIR.

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Hard not to be happy with the team turning things around with the league leading 67 points last night. With only 43 points seperating 4th to 8th, we have a chance to shoot up the standings with a few more big nights like last night.

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Yikes horrible performance last night. Missing our starting goalie and #1 defenseman is starting to hurt us. Crawford is supposed to be backing up tonight at least and Orlov is 10 days - 2 weeks away, hopefully better news next week.

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New line combinations in Dallas:

E.Staal~~J.Staal~~Gaborik

Clowe~~Eller~~Mueller

Bouchard~~Brassard~~Stalberg

Gerbe~~Wellwood~~Wingels

Boulton

IR~Samuelsson

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CDCGML 2012-13 Sim Playoffs

CDC Fantasy Sim Cup Finals

Game 2 Results

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medium.pngCalgary - 2 (OT)

Flames lead series 2-0

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

Tampa Bay ---- 0 ------- 0 ------ 1 ------- 1 -----

Calgary -------- 0 ------- 0 ------ 2 ------- 2 -----

Shots ----------1st-----2nd-----3rd-----TOTAL-

Tampa Bay ---- 10 ------ 7 ----- 11 ------- 28 ---

Calgary -------- 11 ----- 13 ----- 12 ------- 36 ---

Three Stars

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small.png 3. Kris Versteeg

Scoring Summary

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- 1st Period -

No Scoring

- 2nd Period -

No Scoring

- 3rd Period -

CGY Kris Versteeg (8), Jason Pominville 3:43

TB Matt Moulson (6), Brian Lee, Michal Repik 19:47

- Overtime -

CGY Olli Jokinen (7), Kris Versteeg, Trevor Daley 13:28 PP

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What, is Kris Versteeg going to win the Sim Conn Smythe?

That's realistic!

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Signing: The Colorado Avalanche have signed restricted free agent F Tim Kennedy to an offer-sheet.

Tim Kennedy - Two-year deal worth $1.75 million dollars ($875,000 per season).

***The Chicago Blackhawks will have 7 days to match this offer***

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SIGNING: The Carolina Hurricanes have signed forward David Dziurzynaski to a three year deal.

David Dziurzynaski: 3 years, $ 2.775 million dollar contract ( $ 925,000.00 per season ).

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WAIVERS: The Winnipeg Jets have placed Andrew Ebbett on waivers.

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Feb. 22, 2013

Turning Things Around

After a slow start to the abbreviated season, the Jets have been climbing the standings in recent weeks and there's plenty of credit to go around. Newly anointed captain, and recipient of a brand new 5 year contract extension, Sidney Crosby, has been dominant, with 8 points in the last 4 games and is pacing the Jets offense. Crosby has been scoring at a clip of 1.47 points per game and proving that the health concerns are behind him. He's also shown an ability to throw the team on his back and carry them when the rest of the team is slumping.

"At the start of the year, a lot of the guys were having trouble finding their legs. Injuries played a part, but we just weren't in game shape. We needed to be better prepared," Jets head coach Dale Hawerchuk said Thursday. "Sid however, was ready to go from day one. He's carried this team and gave everyone the chance to get their legs under them. Now that everyone is starting to come around, we've looked much more like the team we expect to be. Ryan and Zach getting back into the lineup helps a lot as well."

The Jets have surged up the standings, from a dismal 26th overall and 12th in the West to a 5th place spot and 16th overall. With the 4th highest point total in the league this month, the team hopes that they will keep climbing. With a league high 12 man games tonight, the Jets will be looking for a big night to keep reeling in the division leading Canucks.

Gallagher probable to return tomorrow night

Jets rookie sensation and fan favourite Brendan Gallagher is likely to be on the ice tomorrow night. Taking line rushes at the end of practice with Ryan Kesler and Chris Higgins, Gallagher said he was 'feeling good' following practice and that while he still needs to get the final okay from the medical staff, he hopes to be in the lineup.

Safety First!

Following the unfortunate accident that resulted in All-Star defenceman Erik Karlsson missing the rest of the season, and the horrific accident that befell Montreal defenceman Zach Redmond recently, the Winnipeg Jets are taking no chances. Friday morning when the players arrived for practice, each player found 4 pairs of kevlar socks in their dressing room stalls. Jets GM canuck2xtreme said that the move was a no brainer.

"Above all else, we want our players to feel comfortable and secure", the GM told Winnipeg Free Press this morning. "It's a family mentality here. I wouldn't send my kids out there with inferior equipment if there is something out there that will better protect them. The same standard applies to our players. Their safety is number one. We don't want anybody getting hurt, on either team. We're taking what steps we can."

The Jets then backed up their claim of safety first when a source within the club said the same stock of kevlar socks is now found in the road teams dressing room, and will be for every game this season.

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Taking Flight

Fans have been treated to some fantastic performances this season from some of their younger players. Brendan Gallagher's emergence has been a huge lift for the team, but it has overshadowed some excellent performances from Paul Postma and Tyson Barrie, the teams two rookie defencemen.

Postma, playing mostly on the third pairing, has been strong defensively while still contributing on the power play. Chipping in a goal and 4 assists through 15 games, the 24 year old rearguard has impressed the Jets coaching staff with his vision and playmaking skills with the puck. While he still has some work to do on the defensive side of the puck, the Jets like what they see so far.

Equally impressive has been 21 year old Tyson Barrie, who made the roster out of training camp and struggled early on. But after some rough nights and being a healthy scratch a few nights, Barrie took advantage of his latest oppourtunity and chipped in his first NHL point with an assist. Once that monkey was off his back, Barrie has been very strong, working his way into the top 4 and scoring 4 points in his last 4 games, including his first goal. With two top defenders in Shea Weber and Zach Bogosian, a pair of steady veterans in Filip Kuba and Aaron Rome and these two promising youngsters, the future looks bright on the Winnipeg blue line.

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RUMOUR:

Reports are suggesting that it's only a matter of time before Carolina pulls a trigger on a deal. Sources say they are in trade talks with at least 6 teams

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