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  1. Former Virginia chiropractor who treated members of the Caps pleads guilty to steroid charges

    Sep 21, 2010, 10:53 PM EDT

    File this news away as something to remember in the future. The Virginia chiropractor who treated a number of current and now former Caps players plead guilty to steroid possession charges today. A spokesman for the state attorney in Polk County, Fla., says Douglas Nagel was sentenced to three years of probation after pleading guilty…

  2. Isles owner Charles Wang commits to staying in Long Island through 2015

    Sep 21, 2010, 9:11 PM EDT

    It may officially be time to put the “Islanders moving from Long Island” rumors to bed for a while. Islanders owner Charles Wang addressed the media in New York today to say that he’s more than happy to commit to staying in Nassau Coliseum until 2015 while also working to get a deal done for…

  3. Report: Marc Savard could miss the season; Bruins deny everything

    Sep 21, 2010, 8:10 PM EDT

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    Bruins forward Marc Savard certainly isn’t lacking intrigue. After being held off of the ice during the start of training camp due to lingering effects from post-concussion syndrome, worry grew about just what Savard’s condition actually was. After all, he came back seemingly early to rejoin the Bruins in the playoffs last season and now…

  4. How did your favorite team come up with their nickname?

    Sep 21, 2010, 9:15 AM EDT

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    Picture, if you will, a world where the NHLs most popular team in northern California would hit the ice being introduced as, “Your San Jose Rubber Puckies!” That sounds rather insane, I know, but it almost came to be. Of course, they also might’ve been known as the San Jose Salty Dogs or the San…

  5. It's "put up or shut up" time for Habs' Benoit Pouliot

    Sep 21, 2010, 8:45 AM EDT

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    When Benoit Pouliot was traded by the Minnesota Wild to the Montreal Canadiens for Guillaume Latendresse, it was viewed as a deal that sent team headaches going in each direction. For a while afterward, it looked like it was a great deal for both teams as the issues each player had in their old cities…

  6. Flyers enforcer Jody Shelley was apparently born to be a Flyer

    Sep 21, 2010, 8:00 AM EDT

    If you thought that the easiest way to make friends with the fans in Philadelphia as a member of the Flyers was to punch players on the opposing team in the face you’d be completely right. For newest Flyers enforcer Jody Shelley, he’s going above and beyond the call of duty to endear himself to…

  7. Flames forward Matthew Stajan is tired of hearing about Dion Phaneuf

    Sep 20, 2010, 11:44 PM EDT

    As it turns out, being one of “the other guys” in a blockbuster trade featuring one major star isn’t quite as glamorous as you’d think. Last season, the Toronto Maple Leafs sent a package of players to the Calgary Flames to obtain defenseman Dion Phaneuf. Matthew Stajan, Niklas Hagman, and Ian White all headed to…

  8. Return of the Hartford Whalers… Sort of

    Sep 20, 2010, 11:14 PM EDT

    Like a long dead television franchise or a band that broke up long ago that is looking to cash more checks, the Hartford Whalers will rise again. Before you get too excited and dust off that green Kevin Dineen jersey with “Pucky” the Whale on the shoulders, let’s just stress that this isn’t about the…

  9. Leafs' Mikhail Grabovski being sued for punching Habs fan and wife in the face

    Sep 20, 2010, 9:33 PM EDT

    Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski could be in some trouble off the ice. If law suits and allegations are to be believed, you could say that Grabovski’s still got some bad feelings about his past days as a Montreal Canadiens forward who sparred with the Kostitsyn brothers. A man from British Columbia claims that…

  10. Martin Gerber's return from the KHL sees battle with goalies rather than henchmen

    Sep 20, 2010, 8:25 PM EDT

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    When a player takes off the KHL from the NHL, they usually go away to never be heard from again aside from the occasional “What ever happened to…?” profile pieces. In an effort to prove that you can go home again, so to speak, former Hurricanes/Leafs/Senators goalie Martin Gerber is back trying to win a…

  11. Tyler Seguin gets his chance to play center while Marc Savard is out

    Sep 19, 2010, 5:56 PM EDT

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    With every bad turn, something good must come from it. In Boston, with Marc Savard sidelined dealing with post-concussion-like symptoms, this offers the opportunity for the team’s other talented centers to step up and prove their worth in camp. For 2010 first round pick Tyler Seguin, it offers him the chance to show the Bruins…

  12. Sather: Talent, not contracts, will decide Rangers roster

    Sep 19, 2010, 5:05 PM EDT

    One NHL GM that has his hands full with roster wrangling during training camp is the Rangers Glen Sather. Sather, often the focus of derision from Rangers fans and haters alike, is under the gun to make the right decision(s) to get the Rangers under the salary cap before the season starts. While the leading…

  13. Laviolette: Flyers forwards will need to be prepared to switch positions at any time

    Sep 19, 2010, 3:04 PM EDT

    If you’re a head coach in the NHL and you’re going to get creative with your players and have them try out new things, training camp is the place to do it. For Peter Laviolette and the Philadelphia Flyers, he’s got a host of guys that are naturally centers that have played on the wing…

  14. Rumor time: Columbus interested in swapping Mike Commodore for Sheldon Souray?

    Sep 19, 2010, 1:07 PM EDT

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    With the Columbus Blue Jackets dealing with a mild injury to defenseman Kris Russell (out 2-4 weeks with a knee sprain) it appears there are discussions being had in Columbus about acquiring a big-name defenseman to help the team out. While the Blue Jackets missed out on acquiring Toronto’s Tomas Kaberle and Kevin Bieksa from…

  15. Senators' Filip Kuba out five-to-six weeks with broken leg

    Sep 19, 2010, 12:09 PM EDT

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    The leg injury suffered by Senators defenseman Filip Kuba during training camp yesterday has been diagnosed and the news isn’t good for Ottawa. General manager Bryan Murray announced that Kuba has a broken leg and will be out at least five-to-six weeks. Kuba is a key player on the Sens blueline in that he’s got a…

  16. Truculence not needed here: Tampa Bay coach stresses "no fighting" in training camp

    Sep 19, 2010, 11:37 AM EDT

    While the Toronto Maple Leafs are becoming the poster boys for “truculence” another NHL team doesn’t want to see anyone dropping the gloves during training camp at all. Damian Cristodero tells us about Lightning head coach Guy Boucher’s wishes to see his team work on things other than punching each other in the face during…

  17. Jason Arnott and Patrick Elias happy to be reunited once again in New Jersey

    Sep 19, 2010, 10:42 AM EDT

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    In New Jersey, \it’s time to break out the Peaches and Herb song, “Reunited” for the kind of nostalgic thing going on with Patrick Elias and Jason Arnott. The pairing clicked together amazingly well ten seasons ago in New Jersey, even teaming up together on the Devils Stanley Cup-winning goal in 2000. In those playoffs,…

  18. Why Caps GM George McPhee didn't do more in the off-season

    Sep 18, 2010, 11:00 PM EDT

    A lot of fans and observers around the NHL are going to be watching the Washington Capitals with a curious eye this season. After a shockingly disappointing playoff exit in the first round at the hands of the Montreal Canadiens, many thought that this off-season would bring changes to the Capitals lineup in the form…

  19. Terry Murray: Jonathan Quick is my number one goalie this year

    Sep 18, 2010, 10:15 PM EDT

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    The fun part of training camp each year is that sometimes there’s going to be goalie controversy. You go into camp having a couple of players that are about equal and then try to judge what’s best for your team based around those couple of weeks of action. One such team that was poised for…

  20. Carey Price matures, takes his responsibility as Montreal's #1 goalie seriously

    Sep 18, 2010, 9:30 PM EDT

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    Being the starting goalie for the Montreal Canadiens could be viewed as one of the toughest jobs in the NHL. There’s pressure to be the absolute best in the world game in and game out or else you’ll be run out of town like a witch would in Colonial America. For a guy like Carey…

  21. Ducks forward Bobby Ryan to get tried out at center during training camp

    Sep 18, 2010, 8:45 PM EDT

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    Ducks forward Bobby Ryan’s summer was one that was a bit distracted by contract negotiations and discussion over whether or not he might be traded because of said negotiations. Now that he’s signed on for the next five years and ready to go, the Ducks and GM Bob Murray have a new challenge in store…

  22. Sid the Kid grows up and moves out of Mario Lemieux's house

    Sep 18, 2010, 7:57 PM EDT

    It looks like the NHLs biggest superstar is finally all grown up. Penguins captain Sidney Crosby has decided to leave the nest of Pens owner/legend Mario Lemieux and scored a pad of his own to live in. From the moment he joined the Penguins organization, Crosby has called Lemieux’s home his home as well, basically…

  23. Ducks sign Matt Beleskey to a two-year extension

    Sep 17, 2010, 6:06 PM EDT

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    The Anaheim Ducks announced today that they’ve signed forward Matt Beleskey to a two-year contract extension. Details of the contract were not released due to team policy. (Update: Curtis Zupke gets the contract details for us. $625,000 in 2011-12 and $850,000 in 2012-13.) Beleskey got his first real shot with the Ducks last season, playing…

  24. Thrashers' Patrice Cormier sidelined indefinitely with a broken foot

    Sep 17, 2010, 5:30 PM EDT

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    The redemption of embattled Thrashers prospect Patrice Cormier will be delayed through training camp. It was revealed today that Cormier broke his foot blocking a shot during the final day of rookie camp. The Thrashers prospect will be out indefinitely after suffering a broken right foot during rookie camp. According to the team, surgery will…

  25. Penn State University will add varsity men's and women's hockey starting in 2012

    Sep 17, 2010, 4:55 PM EDT

    Today marked a landmark day filled with both hope and worry for fans of NCAA hockey. Penn State University announced today that they will be spending $88 million in donated funds by Terry and Kim Pegulas to build an ice hockey facility on campus and join the ranks of Division I hockey. “We feel extraordinarily…

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