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Live: Oilers vs. Wild, Jan. 27

Edmonton Journal Follow Edmonton Journal hockey writer Joanne Ireland and sports columnist John MacKinnon along with others as the Edmonton Oilers host the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015.
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Mike Richards and the downward spiral

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Greg Wyshynski) — Remember Mike Richards? Not the fourth-liner that cleared waivers for the Los Angeles Kings and was demoted to AHL Manchester on Tuesday. That’s not the guy we’re talking about here. The Mike Richards we remember was a Selke-worthy defensive center with offensive upside, a player that could be mentioned in the same breath as Jonathan Toews and Patrice Bergeron for that duality and not have...
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Panthers' Thornton wants more than wild-card berth

South Florida Sun-Sentinel (Harvey Fialkov) — While the Panthers have been focusing on catching one of the two wild-card playoff berths in the Eastern Conference, forward Shawn Thornton has loftier goals.
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Avs Looking For Two Big Points Tonight

NHL.com Three points out of a wild card position for the 2014-15 Stanley Cup Playoffs, tonight’s tilt against the Nashville Predators could end up being the biggest game of the season for the Colorado Avalanche.There’s a lot riding on the contest agai...
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Game On; Okposo Out; Metro Bragging Rights; Emergence of the PP; Corsi's Demise?

SBN: Blue Shirt Banter (Nick Mercadante) — Bantering Points for Tuesday, January 27, 2015. Ok so let's just clarify something. A blizzard, or anything, can't be deemed "historic" before it has already happened. It isn't yet in history. That said, now that this "historic" blizzard, dubbed Juno, has mostly done its damage, how are things looking? From the photos I have seen, it looked like any old blustery snow storm in NYC. The...
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The Wild don’t want to stress themselves out thinking about the standings

NBCSports.com: ProHockeyTalk (Jason Brough) — "We know what the standings look like. That's no secret. But we can't make up all those points this week."
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New York Islanders vs. Rangers: 3rd Chapter commences without injured Kyle Okposo

SBN: Lighthouse Hockey (Dominik) — Snow and bad blood at the Coliseum. The New York Islanders and New York Rangers hold their third of five meetings this season, with each one increasingly looking like a battle for home-ice advantage in the playoffs. With 46 games in the books for both teams, the Eastern Conference already looks like the top four teams in each division will make the playoffs and render any potential wild card...
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Patrick Roy chimes in on Martin Brodeur retirement

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Josh Cooper) — NASHVILLE – There has always  been symmetry between Colorado coach/HOF goaltender Patrick Roy and former New Jersey/St. Louis goaltender Martin Brodeur. The records, the style of play, the French Canadian bravado all come into mind. But when Roy retired after the 2002-03 season at the age of 37 it was a shock. He had a 2.18 goals against average and .920 save percentage. Sure, his body was...
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Red Wings-Panthers game-day articles: Panthers harbor Wild Card ambitions; Cleary returns (again)

Kuklas Korner (George Malik) — The Red Wings will tangle with a team that's had a surprising amount of success in Detroit in the Florida Panthers this evening (7:30 PM EST on FSD Plus/FS Florida/97.1 FM), and while the Panthers sit some 13 points behind Detroit (with 3 games in hand), the team sounds incredibly confident about defeating the Wings, per a FloridaPanthers.com video... And NHL.com's Alain Poupart's game-day...
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Edmonton Oilers’ Taylor Hall sidelined by left-leg injury

Edmonton Journal There will be more tests, more treatment, and maybe more games on the sidelines for Taylor Hall, who will not be in the Edmonton Oilers’ lineup tonight when the team returns to action at Rexall Place against the Minnesota Wild. Hall, who was hit by a puck on Monday in the Oilers’ first practice back after the National Hockey League all-star break, had left the ice favouring his...
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What We Learned: Our 30-team second half preview; who wins the East?

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Ryan Lambert) —   (Hello, this is a feature that will run through the entire season and aims to recap the weekend’s events and boils those events down to one admittedly superficial fact or stupid opinion about each team. Feel free to complain about it.) As we begin the second half (and really it's more like the second two-fifths, but don't worry about it), there are a lot of questions facing a lot of teams...
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Oilers Gameday - Wild In Edmonton

SBN: The Copper & Blue (Copper and Blue Staff) — Dubnyk again?!?!?!
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NHL Short Notes

Kuklas Korner (Paul) — NHL RETURNS FROM ALL-STAR BREAK The NHL returns from the All-Star Break with an 11-game slate. A look at the League, division and individual races with 56.7% of the regular season in the books (697 / 1,230 GP):   * Twenty-three teams are within 10 points of a playoff berth. In the Western Conference, four teams are separated by four points for the final Wild Card spot (CGY, LAK, COL,...
  • New: 9 hr 41 min ago