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Claude Giroux finally netted his first goal of the 2013-14 season in Saturday's 4-2 win over Edmonton.

It took him 16 games to find the back of the net. Patient fantasy owners will probably be hoping for him to go on a bit of a roll now after getting the gorilla off his back. Speaking of struggling forwards, Scott Hartnell scored his second goal of the season on Saturday. Vincent Lecavalier and Jay Rosehill had Philadelphia's other markers, while defenseman Mark Streit contributed two assists.
Sat, Nov 9, 2013 04:34:00 PM

Jaromir Jagr has been traded to the Florida Panthers.

Florida sent a second-round draft pick in 2015 and a conditional third-round selection in 2016 in exchange for the veteran winger. Jagr has 11 goals and 29 points in 57 games this season with New Jersey.
Feb 26 - 4:38 PM

Sean Bergenheim will play his first game with the Wild Thursday.

He took to the ice with Mikko Koivu and Thomas Vanek at the morning skate. It's a good opportunity for Bergenheim, who hasn't played since Feb. 12, to make a positive first impression. He sat frequently as a healthy scratch before Florida traded him to Minnesota.
Source: NHL.com
Feb 26 - 4:25 PM

Coach Mike Babcock thinks Henrik Zetterberg (upper body) could be ready to return Wednesday against the Rangers.

He skated for roughly 10 minutes on Thursday and felt much better even though his "symptoms" haven't disappeared completely. Zetterberg said he doesn't have a target date in mind yet and he's taking the ailment one day at a time.
Feb 26 - 3:53 PM

Steve Mason (knee) has been taken off injured reserve.

He is expected to serve as Rob Zepp's backup on Thursday against Toronto. Mason hasn't played since Feb. 8 because of a knee injury, which required surgery. He will probably be back in the crease for Saturday's game against the New York Rangers.
Feb 26 - 2:24 PM

Tyler Seguin has started to work out while rehabbing an MCL tear to his knee.

He said he is feeling much better and he's hoping to be out closer to the four week range of his three-to-six week timetable. "The doctor says that I'm beyond ahead of schedule," Seguin said. "So, that's good. I haven't skated yet. But hopefully, that will come in the next few days."
Feb 26 - 1:35 PM

Victor Hedman left practice early Thursday as a precaution and he's expected to play Friday.

He began the season red hot but injuries have slowed his production. Hedman has contributed an assist in three of his last four outings, so perhaps he's getting back on track. He has 28 points in 42 games this year.
Feb 26 - 12:52 PM

Ilya Bryzgalov has been placed on unconditional waivers.

This will terminate his contract with the Ducks. In eight games with Anaheim, he posted a 1-4-1 record with an .847 save percentage and a 4.19 goals-against average.
Feb 26 - 12:28 PM

Rick Nash (neck) will be back in the lineup Thursday.

He took part in the morning skate and coach Alain Vigneault confirmed that the high-scoring winger would play against Arizona after he sat out Tuesday's game with neck spasms. Nash ranks second in the NHL with 37 goals and he has 58 points in 58 games.
Feb 26 - 12:20 PM

Mark Giordano left Wednesday's game late in the third period after being unintentionally tripped.

Giordano was seen moving around normally after the contest, but he will be examined on Thursday, per coach Bob Hartley. Giordano leads all defensemen with 48 points in 61 contests in 2014-15. With the Flames in a heated battle to make the playoffs, losing him for any period of time would be a serious setback.
Source: Calgary Sun
Feb 26 - 8:56 AM

Andrew Hammond turned aside all 25 shots he faced in a 3-0 Ottawa win over Anaheim on Wednesday.

Hammond has made saves on 88 of 91 shots in three victories and is helping to keep the slim playoff hopes for the Senators alive. Not bad for a rookie who has had to face Anaheim, Montreal and Florida. Craig Anderson is back at practice but you have to think that the Sens are going to ride out the rookie's hot streak. He has a 1.50 GAA and .948 save percentage in four appearances.
Feb 26 - 1:04 AM

Evgeni Malkin notched three assists as the Pittsburgh Penguins turned the tables on the Washington Capitals Wednesday night.

The Pens went into Washington and beat the Caps for the first time in four meetings between the teams this season. In the first three games, the Caps outscored the Pens 10-1. But Pittsburgh prevailed Wednesday, 4-3, with Malkin contributing assists on goals by Patric Hornqvist (his 19th of the season), Sidney Crosby (20th) and Chris Kunitz (16th). Malkin increased his assist total for 2014-15 to 37. Kunitz also had an assist. Brandon Sutter also produced a goal for the Pens, his 13th of the season.
Feb 25 - 10:50 PM




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