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37 minutes ago, CANADIENS27 said:

NHL.com.  New Jersey has placed goaltender Jonathan Bernier with a hip injury that has become a source of increasing concern by the team.  

 

 

Jonathan Bernier was placed on injured reserve Friday because of a hip injury.

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The NHL announced it made the wrong call in disallowing what would have been the Buffalo Sabres’ tying goal in the final minute of a 2-1 loss to the New York Rangers.

In a statement released by the league on Saturday, senior executive VP Colin Campbell said Victor Olofsson’s goal scored with 57 seconds remaining Friday night should have stood because video replays could not “definitively determine” whether the Sabres were offside entering the zone.

The goal was disallowed after a replay showed Buffalo defenseman Rasmus Dahlin crossed the Rangers blue line before the puck entered the zone. What review officials failed to take into account was whether Olofsson touched the puck before Dahlin tagged up by getting his skate on the blue line.

Because replays were inconclusive, Campbell said officials should have followed league policy in staying with the original call of a goal being scored.

Unbefrigginbelievable!!!

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Seattle Kraken forwards Yanni Gourde and Riley Sheahan have entered the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol, as has assistant coach Jay Leach, the team announced Saturday.

The Kraken also announced they’ve recalled forward Alexander True from the AHL’s Charlotte Checkers ahead of their game against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday.

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On 12/7/2021 at 1:42 PM, electron58 said:

The Dallas Stars have loaned veteran goalie Ben Bishop to the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League on a conditioning assignment.

Dallas Stars goaltender Ben Bishop has been recalled from his conditioning assignment with the AHL’s Texas Stars and will remain on long-term injured reserve, the team announced Saturday.

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4 hours ago, electron58 said:

Dallas Stars goaltender Ben Bishop has been recalled from his conditioning assignment with the AHL’s Texas Stars and will remain on long-term injured reserve, the team announced Saturday.

Dallas Stars goaltender Ben Bishop, after more than a year spent attempting to stage a comeback from a torn meniscus, has reached the end of his playing days, the team’s general manager, Jim Nill, said Saturday.

The Stars recalled Bishop from his conditioning assignment with their AHL affiliate, the Texas Stars, earlier in the day but noted that he would remain on the long-term injured reserve with the knee injury.

“It’s no secret, he has a degenerative knee injury, and he went down there, he wanted to be a big part of this,” Nill told the Dallas Morning News. “He wanted to do everything he could to get back. In the end, by going through the process, going down there and playing, he found out that it’s the end of his career.”

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Alexander Edler was placed on injured reserve by the Los Angeles Kings on Sunday.

The defenseman sustained a lower-body injury on a check by Minnesota Wild forward Brandon Duhaime at 2:40 of the first period Saturday. The Kings won 2-1 to end the Wild's eight-game winning streak.

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Jacob MacDonald was taken off the ice on a stretcher after the Colorado Avalanche defenseman was hit by Florida Panthers forward Ryan Lomberg at 2:14 of the second period at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday.

MacDonald was attempting to play the puck along the left boards in the Avalanche zone when he was hit by Lomberg. MacDonald appeared to land on his left arm as he fell backward.

No penalty was assessed on the play.

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9 hours ago, electron58 said:

Jacob MacDonald was taken off the ice on a stretcher after the Colorado Avalanche defenseman was hit by Florida Panthers forward Ryan Lomberg at 2:14 of the second period at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado, on Sunday.

MacDonald was attempting to play the puck along the left boards in the Avalanche zone when he was hit by Lomberg. MacDonald appeared to land on his left arm as he fell backward.

No penalty was assessed on the play.

How much does Lomberg get fined?  

 

 

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32 minutes ago, electron58 said:

Vancouver Canucks win 4rth game in a row, with 2-1 win over Hurricanes. 

Even though it wouldn't make a difference,  maybe we don't make a coaching change.

Hmmm - Boudreau sounds French....we blew it....lol

(I know he's an ex-Toronto kid - Marlboros, leaf draft pick, AHL wonder kid - never really made it to the show as a player which is a prime example that you don't have to be a good player to be a good coach)

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57 minutes ago, claremont said:

Hmmm - Boudreau sounds French....we blew it....lol

(I know he's an ex-Toronto kid - Marlboros, leaf draft pick, AHL wonder kid - never really made it to the show as a player which is a prime example that you don't have to be a good player to be a good coach)

Bruce Boudreau 3rd round 42 OA

Games 141    G 28    A 42    TP 70    

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The Calgary Flames are going to see a handful of games postponed due to so many players being entered into COVID-19 protocol.

Flames Have Three Games Moved

At a minimum, the next three games for the Calgary Flames are being postponed after six players and one staff member entered the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol in the last 24 hours. Among the names affected are Elias Lindholm, Andrew Mangiapane, Adam Ruzicka, Chris Tanev, and Nikita Zadorov.

This makes the Flames the third team this season to have games postponed due to COVID, the New York Islanders and Ottawa Senators being the first two. The salary cap could be part of the decision to postpone games as the Flames have less than $1 million in space to make recalls.

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St. Louis Blues President of Hockey Operations and General Manager Doug Armstrong announced today the team has placed David Perron on long-term injured reserve retroactive to Nov. 27. 

The Blues also placed Robert Thomas and Brayden Schenn on injured reserve, activated Tyler Bozak and Justin Faulk (COVID-19 protocols) and recalled forward Alexei Toropchenko from their AHL affiliate, the Springfield Thunderbirds.

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On 12/9/2021 at 4:17 PM, electron58 said:

Jim Rutherford was named president of hockey operations of the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday.

Rutherford also will be general manager while he leads the search for someone to fill that role.

New Vancouver Canucks president of hockey operations Jim Rutherford says he’s assembled a list of 40 candidates to fill the role of general manager.  How soon he picks one of them, though, remains up in the air.

“I’m not here to be the general manager, but I’m capable of doing the job,” Rutherford said in his introductory press conference on Monday. “I’d like to get somebody in place sooner rather than later. But if it’s not in the (near future), that’s OK.”

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32 minutes ago, electron58 said:

Edmonton Oilers forward Zach Hyman is day-to-day with an injury and not ruled out for Tuesday’s game against Toronto Maple Leafs, head coach Dave Tippett said.

This in from TSN’s Ryan Rishaug at the Edmonton Oilers practice, news that Zach Hyman will be out with injury. “Sounding like a week or two for Hyman. Official update from team soon.”

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