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The PHT Nightcap – Saturday, March 13

Mar 13, 2010, 11:10 PM EDT

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We put a lot of content on this here blog each day, and we understand
it can be a bit tough to keep track of everything. So at the end of the day we’ll put up a nightly recap of all that day’s news. Presenting the Pro Hockey Talk Nightcap:

Three
highlights that justify flinching –
We look at the highlights from
Friday’s action.

Rink
to Rink: Reviewing Friday’s games
– Recapping all the games from
Friday night.

Taking
off the foil: Chiefs set to relocate
– The Johnstown Chiefs are on
the moving to South Carolina. Slapshot fans everywhere shed a
tear.

Shoulder
surgery will end Weight’s season
– Doug Weight’s season is over,
and it’s possible his career might be as well.

Quinnipac
wins longest game in college hockey history
- A college game went
150 minutes and 22 seconds before a winner was decided. And then they
played tonight as well.

Canucks
share memories from 14-game trip
- Vancouver just finished an
absurdly long road trip; here are some of the behind the scenes
highlights.

Scott
Nichol speaks with referee Chris Lee
– Scott Nichol had a lengthy
chat with referee Chris Lee, but insists it was strictly professional.

The
quest to find NHL’s ‘Mr. Intangible
‘ – Here are some more
interesting stats to rank the best and worst players in the NHL.

More
anthem debate: Is yelling “Stars” worse? -
Everyone is a debating
the Chicago anthem; what about Dallas’?

Don’t
forget about the Phoenix Coyotes
– The Coyotes are a team to watch
out for once the playoffs begin.

Pronger’s
goal adds to Blackhawks’ frustration
– The Blackhawks lost another
game where their offense failed to save them. Imagine that.

Could
Jaromir Jagr be headed to Edmonton?
- Is it even a smart move for
the Oilers to consider Jagr?

Let’s
all blame the Olympics for the Ducks’ slump
– Ryan Getzlaf is not
playing all that well since coming back from Vancouver.

Odd
bounces: The Thrashers’ pre-game routines
– The Thrashers share
their — rather tame — pre-game routines.

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