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Quick Hits: Stay Strong Ottawa!

Winging it in Motown (Detroitnr1) — Red Wings News Detroit Red Wings Analytics: Jakub Kindl and Kyle Quincey Lead D in Corsi | The Detroit Sports Site I have always been a Kindl fan, so I hope that he succeeds. However, the sample size here is far too small to determine whether there has been any serious improvement over last season for him, or if he has simply performed well so far. Red Wings need to be harder at the net...
  • New: 1 hr 42 min ago

Coyotes recognize it's Smith's job in net

azcentral.com The Coyotes threw water on any goalie controversy by anointing No. 1 Mike Smith as the starter for Thursday's meeting with the Wild., a team that's been antsy to get back into action after a three-day layoff and is raring to find some offensive punch.                
  • New: 7 hr 54 min ago

Olivia Chow's failure to connect with women: Hepburn

TheStar.com (Bob Hepburn - Politics) — One of the best days for Olivia Chow during this nine-month civic election marathon occurred two weeks ago when more than 60 prominent women released a joint statement endorsing Chow as Toronto’s next mayor. Chow’s entire platform “is based on a profound understanding of issues of concern to women — and that ‘women’s issues’ such as accessible,...
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Five-Year Extension For Charlie Coyle In Minnesota

Kuklas Korner (Paul) — SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota Wild General Manager Chuck Fletcher today announced the National Hockey League (NHL) club has agreed to terms with forward Charlie Coyle on a five-year contract extension.  “We’re very excited to get Charlie Coyle signed through the 2019-20 season,” said Fletcher. “Charlie’s size, overall skill set, and character give him a...
  • 14 hr 32 min ago

The New and Improved LHH NHL Power Rankings

SBN: Lighthouse Hockey (ICanSeeForIslesAndIsles) — It's back, baby! Why are you sobbing, baby? You'd rather watch Sesame Street? Ah, what do babies know, anyways? OK, we have enough data now to get our own new and improved power rankings up and running. But first, let's see what the media has to say about the Isles: Weekly Round-Up of Opinion Polls Well, they're not merely opinion polls anymore. At least two of the polls use numbers (other...
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Determined Panthers edge Avalanche, zebras 4-3 in overtime

Litter Box Cats (Todd Little) — Boyes 4-on-3 power-play blast lifts Cats past Avs. The Florida Panthers worked a set play  to perfection, culminating in Brad Boyes hammering home a centering feed from Jonathan Huberdeau , to pull off a wild 4-3 overtime win against the Colorado Avalanche last night in Denver. The win gave the Cats a 2-0-1 record on their current four-game road trip which concludes with Saturday's...
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Rangers Vs. Devils Recap: Third Period Comeback Fuels Rangers 4-3 OT Win

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Bryan Winters) — The New York Rangers scored twice in the third period to force overtime, which set up the eventual game winning goal for Kevin Klein. Yes, you read that right. The New York Rangers walked away with two points in hand tonight after their third period comeback to force overtime, and defeat the New Jersey Devils 4-3. Rick Nash was a monster once again, and scored his league-leading 8th...
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Oliver Ekman-Larsson's Norris Trophy problem

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Josh Cooper) — NASHVILLE – Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson holds a cup of coffee in a Gatorade cup outside of the visitor’s locker room at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. Breakfast of champions? “Sure,” he gives a wry smile following Arizona’s morning skate Whatever gets the Swedish minute-crunching blueliner going (he seemingly plays forever, averaging almost half-a-game of ice-time) that night...
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Scrivens' mental health awareness masks; CHL responds to lawsuit; slow starters (Puck Headlines)

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Sean Leahy) — Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Edmonton Oilers netminder Ben Scrivens has teamed up with four mental health groups to help design four masks to help raise awareness for mental health issues. Here's one he wore Monday night. [ Oilers ] •...
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Game Eight Preview: Flames host Lightning

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — Calgary opens up a five game homestand tonight against the raw charge of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Can newly contracted defenseman TJ Brodie shut down Stamkos and Co? This evening at 7PM, the Flames open their first homestand of the year at the Scotiabank Saddledome. They’ll face the Tampa Bay Lightning for the first of two contests this season, with the rematch in Florida on November 6th....
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Is the Red Wings Penalty Kill Better?

Winging it in Motown (wingedoctopus) — There have been several bright spots in the first five games of the season, and one of them has been the Red Wings excellent penalty killing. The Wings penalty kill has been a perfect 17 for 17 so far, and we've heard a lot about how Tony Granato's PK is a lot more aggressive in an attempt to use the Red Wings speed to their advantage. This is fun and all, but something simple like "17 for...
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Penguins notebook: Physical defenseman back at practice

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Penguins defenseman Robert Bortuzzo resumed practicing Monday at Consol Energy Center. He has been sidelined since he collided knees with a Minnesota Wild player in a preseason home game Sept. 26. He was able to participate in most of the team’s drills.
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Ex-Wild forward McMillan signs AHL deal with Toronto

NBCSports.com: ProHockeyTalk (Mike Halford) — Leafs add some organizational depth.
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Canadiens' defensive coverage is a work in progress

Habs Eye on the Prize (Andrew Berkshire) — The Canadiens haven't been too hot in their own zone so far this season, but it's something that shouldn't worry fans too much yet. The Montreal Canadiens are currently 5-1-0, but there are some fairly obvious knocks on how they've played so far, in spite of all those wins. The biggest one has been the number of goals they've allowed, tied for 24th in the league with 3.33 goals against per...
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