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I am not afraid of any team, I welcome the challenge and am very confident in my team to compete against anyone in the league, a first round match-up against TM would be a fun one :)

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Haha only Vancouver would make the Eastern playoffs amd only the Rangers n Hurricanes would miss the West's

Congrats to Calgary on winning the sim. We hate Joni Pitkanen :P

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MSG News 2013:

STEVE MASON looks to hand Chicago their first regulation loss of the season tonight as he gets the nod in net for the NHL's CBJ's. Steve was almost perfect in his last outing, a 1-0 loss and we know he wants to get the Dub tonight and go in the books as a Giant Slayer.

I think its safe to say everyone out here is behind any effort to derail the Hawks, and so here in the GML's Madison Square Garden, the Rangers are happy to have your support tonight, :bigblush: at least those of you who are not 'hawks hoarders'.

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MSG News 2013:

STEVE MASON looks to hand Chicago their first regulation loss of the season tonight as he gets the nod in net for the NHL's CBJ's. Steve was almost perfect in his last outing, a 1-0 loss and we know he wants to get the Dub tonight and go in the books as a Giant Slayer.

I think its safe to say everyone out here is behind any effort to derail the Hawks, and so here in the GML's Madison Square Garden, the Rangers are happy to have your support tonight, :bigblush: at least those of you who are not 'hawks hoarders'.

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I am not afraid of any team, I welcome the challenge and am very confident in my team to compete against anyone in the league, a first round match-up against TM would be a fun one :)

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Boston Gazette

Battle in the crease

The Bruins acquired Ray Emery through trade last year (for RJ Umberger), and never expected the performance he`s put on (80 points). Hired as a backup to Cam Ward, Emery has out performed Ward in every way this season (Emery .931/1.92gaa - Ward .904/3.0gaa). Ward`s shaky start gave Emery the game time to show off his skills, and he has done nothing less than impress.

Greensman seemed to be sending a stiff message, when Ward was officially posted as backup for the Bruins` February roster.

The flying `V`

Lubomir Visnovsky conspiracy theorists and haters were all stiffled when the enregized and conditioned Visnovsky return early February. After spending time with family, and attending to health issues with his son, he has returned to full game form... better than last season even. His 62pt february helps seal up some holes on defence, and help make up for lost points during injuries around the team. The team couldnt be happier to have him back on board.

Waking of the Twins - Brouwer claims top spot

February saw fortune change in the Bruins favour. Daniel and Henrik snapped out of their winter funk (144pts combined this month) to leap back to previous form. As the small bits of their game started to click, the pucks started to go in! Daniel and Henrik had some great chemistry with the new rookie Vladamir Tarasenko, but a concussion squelched that combination mid-month.

Troy Brouwer had a productive month, and has been given the promotion to the top line, where he spent some time last year. The three 1st liners have started to find some their old chemistry together, and we have high hopes for March.

Bruins three stars for February 2013

1st * Ray Emery

2nd * Henrik Sedin

3rd * Daniel Sedin

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Boston Bruins

February Roster

Sedin - Sedin - Brouwer

Ward - Stepan - Stafford

Kennedy - Sutter - Hansen

Wolski - Bonino - Perreault

Schwartz - King

Bieksa - Shattenkirk

Visnovsky - Boychuk

Redden - Stoner

Emery

Ward

Injured: Schlemko and Tarasenko

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Tampa 3 Stars:

1: Carey Price

- putting up 7 wins, 2 shutouts in the month and 100 points. Carey's solid play has gone from being one of the main reasons the team stayed out of the basement, to one of the reasons the team is in playoff contention. Add in backup Peter Budaj's solid 35 pts, and that's 135 whopping goalie points in a month.

2: John Tavares

- racking up 14 pts and putting up 76 pool points. John's success is team success, as he has shown great chemistry with Moulson and Brunner (putting up 65 and 59 respectively this month)

3: The Tampa D

- After moving out 2 defensemen, the top 4 remains strong, with Josi putting up 62, Hedman putting up 58, Carle putting up 47, and Oduya putting up 46. Combined, thats 7 goals and 17 assists. Tampa's revamped Defense was definitely a big part in of the team's success, helping the team put up the 7th most points this month and overall.

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MSG News 2013:

More evidence that Rangers GM, Primal Optimist is not taking a liking to his high draft pick chances, more changes have been made recently, including a deal freshly sealed and delivered to league offices. Andrew Ebbett looks to make his Debut in the big apple as it is no secret he will be called up in the morning to join the big club. Veteran Ryan Whitney was brought in to police the blue line and with this latest trade, a third nuance of a change has been made.

Primal only had this to say on the subject: "We don't feel we are in a position where the season is a scrub. The lockout, the shortened season, injuries to some top line guys and our star goalie...all things considered we are not even half way through the season, and we are only behind the bulk of the playoff contenders by a couple days point totals. We are not selling, but we are not ready to make wholesale changes either. Nuances will help in larger ways over time, that is all for now, I have some GM's on lines 2 and 3".

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MSG News 2013:

More evidence that Rangers GM, Primal Optimist is not taking a liking to his high draft pick chances, more changes have been made recently, including a deal freshly sealed and delivered to league offices. Andrew Ebbett looks to make his Debut in the big apple as it is no secret he will be called up in the morning to join the big club. Veteran Ryan Whitney was brought in to police the blue line and with this latest trade, a third nuance of a change has been made.

Primal only had this to say on the subject: "We don't feel we are in a position where the season is a scrub. The lockout, the shortened season, injuries to some top line guys and our star goalie...all things considered we are not even half way through the season, and we are only behind the bulk of the playoff contenders by a couple days point totals. We are not selling, but we are not ready to make wholesale changes either. Nuances will help in larger ways over time, that is all for now, I have some GM's on lines 2 and 3".

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Columbus Three Stars.

First Star:

F Cody Eakin

Acquired half way through the month for veteran Mike Ribeiro, Cody immediately made himself at home, acquiring 30 pool points in a mere 15 days. While that isn't a crazy high number (pace for 56 pool points in the full 28 day month), what Cody did was come in and revitalize a team that was lagging somewhat. He's recently been promoted to the second line after a second solid 15 point week. For a player that was initially expected to play solid defensive hockey in the bottom six, Cody's been a revelation.

Second Star:

D Jonathan Ericsson

After having a poor three game January in which he went absolutely pointless, Ericsson has put up 9 points in 15 games (this even included a five game pointless streak). The swede has really stepped up into a bigger role this year, as he's been relied on in all situations. With the departure of Lidstrom and Stuart, Ericsson is now one of the top D-men in Detroit, and he's really playing like one. He is currently a mere 6 points away from matching his career high of 15.

Third Star:

F Andrew Ladd.

Andrew built on his hot start to the season by piling up another 10 goals in February (2 game winners included), to go with his four helpers. The forward has helped propel the Blue Jackets from the doldrums of the foot of the table to suddenly be challenging division rivals Nashville for the coveted "not last place in the division" award. Andrew is really stepping up to the plate and showing his leadership abilities and is really showing the league that he is an elite player.

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Montreal Canadiens

3 Stars

February 2013

3rd Star: Rick Nash - Despite missing four games recently with a suspected concussion, Nash piled up 47 pool points in February after averaging a point per game in the games he did play. The big winger continues to show why he is our highest-paid player, as he fired 12 (!) shots on net in the other night in his first game back from injury.

2nd Star: Mark Streit - The injuries to our blue-line have been well documented, but one player has been a constant. Streit has played in every game this season so far and has been a steady and reliable performer, and his 48 pool points in February were second best on the team.

1st Star: Alex Tanguay - Tanguay has earned his way back onto the top-line in Montreal with incredibly solid play, as his 66 pool points in February were by far and away the most on the squad. After a slow start to the season, Alex has been red-hot of late as he added 12 points in 14 games in the month.

Honorable mentions: Anders Lindback (45 points), Alex Galchenyuk (44 points) and Ryan O'Byrne (44 points).

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The Sharks are looking to pick up 2nd round picks in this years draft, and of course, continue to look to upgrade their NHL roster.

All offers will be considered

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finally solid game from kuemper..sadly the wild woke up to late...some ot points were in the air at the end

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oh...totally missed that prout got called up and played his first nhl game of the season

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St.Louis Blues Roster Moves

Assignment: The St. Louis Blues assign F Johan Larsson to the Greenville Road Warriors

Recall: The St.Louis Blues recall D Dalton Prout from the Greenville Road Warriors

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Washington Capitals Starting Lineup:

Evander Kane - Pavel Datsyuk - Brad Boyes

Patrik Elias - Sam Gagner - Kyle Turris

Marcus Foligno - Boyd Gordon - Jakob Silfverberg

Dan Carcillo - Chris Kreider - Jordin Tootoo

Zack Kassian, Matt Halischuk

Kyle Quincey - Keith Yandle

Tim Erixon - Ryan Ellis

Simon Despres - Mark Fayne

Roman Hamrlik

Devan Dubnyk

Miikka Kiprusoff

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