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March 28, 2014

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TORONTO -- Kyle Lowrys debut with the Toronto Raptors has been put on hold. The club released a statement on Monday saying their newly-acquired guard is not expected to participate in pre-season games this week after suffering a strained adductor muscle -- inner thigh -- during training camp last week in Halifax. The Raptors say Lowry will undergo therapy and rehabilitation and there is no timetable for his return to full basketball activity. Lowry was acquired in a off-season trade with Houston in exchange for forward Gary Forbes and a protected draft pick. He averaged 14.3 and 6.6 assists in 47 games with the Rockets last season. The Raptors open the pre-season versus Real Madrid on Monday night at the Air Canada Centre. Cheap Jerseys.C. -- Cam Ward couldnt have picked a better way to record his 200th NHL victory. Cheap Jerseys from China. After a summer of speculation that the 29-year-old winger may be playing elsewhere in the NHL, general manager Craig MacTavish confirmed on Wednesday that the career Oiler isnt going anywhere. http://cambridgediversity.org/cheapjerseysfromchina.html. No video montage of highlights that brought back the good old days.There are a lot of new faces on NHL rosters to start the NHL season. Scott Cullen has combed the rosters and looked into all the players that werent NHL regulars in 2013, looking at where theyve come from and what their roles might be in this coming season. First, a couple of public service announcements (feel free to skip along to the roster additions). Check out TSNs offerings: Fantasy Hockey League Manager is the completely customizable, easy-to-use way to play against your friends or an easy way to find a league to play against strangers. Use a fictitious $100M salary cap in the Fantasy Hockey Challenge and change your roster each week to take advantage of the best matchups. Then, play the The Predictor, where you just need to pick one winner a night and can double your winnings by nailing the Double Down question, which is essentially a prop bet. Here are the relatively new faces on NHL rosters going into the 2013-2014 season: ANAHEIM DUCKSPeter Holland, C - The 15h overall pick in 2009, Holland is a big centre who has six points in 25 career NHL games, and 105 points in 119 AHL games. There is opportunity to move into a scoring centre role with the Ducks, but hes not there yet. Hampus Lindholm, D - Drafted sixth overall in 2012, the lanky blueliner had 11 points and was plus-5 in 44 AHL games last season, which doesnt automatically make him ready, but with injuries to Sheldon Souray and Luca Sbisa, the Ducks have room to give him a look. Patrick Maroon, LW - A 25-year-old winger who has scored (172 points in 196 GP over the last three AHL seasons) while racking up some PIMs (327 over the last three AHL seasons), Maroon is ready for his shot in the NHL, where hes managed three points in 15 games over the past couple seasons. Devante Smith-Pelly, RW - May have been rushed to the NHL in 2011-2012, when he played 49 games for the Ducks (13 points, minus-7) and spent most of last year in the AHL, where he had 32 points and a minus-20 in 65 games. Sturdy winger may be hard-pressed to keep roster spot once injured Ducks get healthy. Sami Vatanen, D - Small 22-year-old defenceman who was productive in Finland for three years before scoring 45 points in 62 AHL games last season. In eight games with the Ducks in 2013, he scored two goals and was plus-3, and should get power play time right out of the gate. BOSTON BRUINSMatt Bartkowski, D - No longer rookie eligible, with 20 games played over the last three seasons, 25-year-old Bartkowski was steady when inserted in the Bruins lineup in last years playoffs and is an economical fit as a seventh defenceman. Jordan Caron, RW - Development stalled last season for the 2009 first-round pick, as he had 18 points and a minus-5 rating in 47 AHL games, though he did add nine points in a dozen playoff games. Doesnt have a regular spot in the lineup, but probably better for him to make the most of his opportunities in Boston. Chad Johnson, G - Though the 27-year-old has a 1.97 goals against average and .929 save percentage in 10 career NHL games, his AHL numbers (.909 SV% in 170 GP) have only been okay. If he could handle a dozen starts, though, hell be an inexpensive backup to Tuukka Rask. If he falters, Niklas Svedberg could be called up from Providence. Kevan Miller, D - Los Angeles-born defenceman who played at the University of Vermont and has been solid in 135 games with Providence over the last two-plus seasons. Hes an extra. Carl Soderberg, LW - (on IR) A big, skilled forward who had 60 points in 54 Swedish Elite League games last season before finally arriving in the NHL. The 27-year-old is expected, when healthy, to play with Chris Kelly and Reilly Smith on the Bruins third line, but hes likely going to miss the opener with an ankle injury. BUFFALO SABRES Brian Flynn, RW - Not rookie-eligible after scoring 11 points in 26 games for the Sabres last season, 25-year-old Flynn is a late bloomer who wasnt drafted and played four years at the University of Maine before impressing Ron Rolston in the AHL (32 points, minus-3 in 45 GP) last season. Zemgus Girgensons, LW - A 19-year-old who made the unusual jump from the USHL to the AHL last season, scoring 17 points in 61 games as a rookie pro, Girgensons is a big winger who may need more seasoning, but the 14th overall pick in 2012 is forcing the Sabres to pay attention. Mikhail Grigorenko, C - Picked two spots ahead of Girgensons, Grigorenko was kept with Buffalo for 25 games last season, putting up five points in spot duty, but he did have 54 points in 33 QMJHL games, indicating he still has the offensive knack. With a rebuilding team, hell get a better opportunity to show his skills this season. Johan Larsson, C - Acquired from Minnesota in the Jason Pominville deal, 21-year-old Larsson had 41 points in 69 AHL games last season and did get into one game with the Wild. Hes on the roster fringe but, if the Sabres are indeed looking to the future, Larsson ought to get a chance to play. Cody McCormick, LW - A 30-year-old tough guy who was eventually buried in the minors with his $1.2-million cap hit last season, McCormick has 54 points, a minus-9 rating and 458 penalty minutes in 329 career games, making him a serviceable fourth-liner. Kevin Porter, C - A big collegiate scorer at Michigan, 27-year-old Porter has been on the fringes of the NHL for most of his career, scoring 54 points in 194 career NHL games and 120 points in 146 AHL games. Mark Pysyk, D - The 23rd pick in 2010, Pysyk is a heady defenceman who made a smooth transition to pro hockey, playing most of the year in the AHL, where he had 18 points and was lus-8 in 57 games, before adding five points and a minus-7 in 19 games with the Sabres. Expect him to log significant minutes on the new-look Buffalo defence. Rasmus Ristolainen, D - The eighth pick in the 2013 draft, Ristolainen is making the jump to the NHL after playing against men in the Finnish league the last two years. Hes even been working on the second power play unit with Pysyk. CALGARY FLAMESSven Baertschi, LW - The 13th pick in 2011 has already been criticized by Brian Burke, but has 13 points in 25 career NHL games. Hes skilled and should play in a scoring role for the Flames, building on what was a strong finish last season, when he scored nine points in the last seven games. Lance Bouma, LW - A third-round pick in 2008, Bouma missed nearly all of last season after ripping up his knee, but the grinding winger has four points and a minus-6 rating in 43 career games. Joe Colborne, C - Picked up in a trade with Toronto, the 6-foot-5 pivot has six points and a plus-2 rating in 16 career NHL games, but is likely to get a longer look in Calgary, where they sorely need a scoring centre. The 16th pick in 2008, Colborne hasnt shown the offensive game that he did at the University of Denver and, with his third NHL organization, he needs to prove he can score at this level. Sean Monahan, C - Taken sixth overall in 2013, Monahan is lauded for being very mature and he already has the frame to handle the physical play. His two-way game may be enough to hold down a roster spot, even if he doesnt score a lot right away. Karri Ramo, G - Under most circumstances, there wouldnt be much appeal to a 27-year-old who has an .895 save percentage in 48 career NHL games, but Ramo has been in the KHL the last four seasons, posting a .926 save percentage in 129 games over the last three. He has a past with Flames GM Jay Feaster and is the Flames starter in net, which can go one of two ways -- either he shows that hes turned the corner in his development and helps the Flames overachieve, or hes better in the KHL than the NHL and the Flames goaltending will help them to earn a higher draft pick. Ben Street, C - A 26-year-old who worked his way up, undrafted, out of the University of Wisconsin, Street had one point in six games with the Flames last season and could hold down a fourth-line or depth role. CAROLINA HURRICANESBrett Bellemore, D - 6-foot-4 blueliner made it to the Hurricanes late last season, contributing two points and a minus-2 in eight games. Hes scored six goals in four full AHL seasons, so hes not doing anything flashy, but the 25-year-old is big, physical and can handle a depth role, if needed. Matthew Corrente, D - A first-round pick of the Devils in 2006, Corrente has moved on to a new franchise, but has already been placed on waivers. He may be holding a roster spot for financial reasons. Elias Lindholm, C - The fifth pick in this summers draft, Lindholm has missed much of camp with injury, but is still slated to open the year as the third-line left wing. He scored 30 points in 48 Swedish Elite League games last season and is praised for his play away from the puck, so he could have an impact immediately as a two-way player. Ryan Murphy, D - Drafted 12th in 2011, Murphy is a smooth-skating puck-handling defenceman who is actually in the minors, officially, but will be recalled for Carolinas first game. Hes a skilled offensive defenceman, and the Hurricanes need that, so they may live with some of his defensive shortcomings. Brett Sutter, C - The 26-year-old from -- where else? -- Viking, Alberta, has five points and a minus-6 rating in 37 career games. He scored 48 points in 70 AHL games last season and can handle grunt work on the fourth line. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKSJimmy Hayes, RW - 6-foot-6 winger, originally drafted by Toronto, has 13 points and a minus-3 rating in 41 career games and 68 points in 107 career AHL games. Hell add some heft to the Blackhawks third line to open the year. Joakim Nordstrom, RW - A third-round pick in 2010, Nordstrom has been in the Swedish Elite League for the last two-plus seasons, yet has scored a meagre 16 points in 101 SEL games. He added three assists in 11 games with AHL Rockford at the end of last season, but he hasnt shown anything to suggest hes ready for more than a depth role. Ben Smith, RW - In 28 career (regular-season plus playoff) games with the Blackhawks, Smith has scored seven goals, with no assists. While hes more of a blue-collar winger than pure scorer, he has scored 42 goals in 92 games over the last couple AHL seasons, so he could contribute some, even in a fourth-line capacity. COLORADO AVALANCHEMarc-Andre Cliche, C - A second-round pick in 2005, the 26-year-old winger has played one NHL game, with Los Angeles in 2009-2010. Hes never been a big scorer, but is a reliable defensive forward, one that can fill in on the fourth line as the situation dictates. Nate Guenin, D - The 30-year-old has moved around the league since getting drafted by the Rangers in 2002. From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh to Columbus to Anaheim and, now, Colorado, hes put up four points and a plus-3 rating in 32 career NHL games, logging 441 games in the AHL. He fits as a seventh or eighth guy on the blueline. Nick Holden, D - An undrafted 26-year-old who put in 295 AHL games in the Columbus organization, Holden has no points in seven career NHL games, but the 6-foot-4 rearguard tallied a career-high 39 points in 73 AHL games last season. Hes an extra for the Avalanche now, just looking for a chance to play. Nathan MacKinnon, C - The first overall pick is going to start the year on the Avalanches third line, easing him into the NHL because he can play behind Matt Duchene and Paul Stastny. After 153 points in 102 QMJHL games, hes ready to play in the NHL, but may not have the role to put up huge offensive numbers right away. COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETSBoone Jenner, LW - A second-round pick in 2011, Jenner is a power forward who had a strong season in the OHL last year, scoring 45 goals and 82 points in 58 games, adding nine points in 13 AHL (regular season plus playoff) games. As the season starts, hes on the wing with Brandon Dubinsky and Marian Gaborik on the Blue Jackets top line. Ryan Murray, D - The second overall pick in 2012, Murray missed a big chunk of last season following shoulder surgery, scoring 17 points in 23 WHL games. Hes set to embark on his NHL career now and, while his offensive upside isnt high-end, he can be a very good defenceman for a long time. Curtis McElhinney, G - 30-year-old vet has an .899 save percentage in 69 career NHL games, though he had a strong year (.923 SV% in 49 GP) in the AHL last year. Hes not going to play a lot as the backup to Sergei Bobrovsky, but the Blue Jackets can hardly afford to lose a handful of points over the year due to subpar backup goaltending. David Savard, D - A puck-moving defenceman with good size, the 22-year-old has 10 points and a minus-3 rating in 35 games, with 96 points in 176 career AHL games. If he cant crack the Columbus lineup, there may be another team willing to give him an opportunity. DALLAS STARSAlex Chiasson, RW - Big winger burst onto the NHL scene with six goals in seven games late last season, and after five points in five preseason games, hes getting touted as a possible fantasy sleeper. The Stars have Erik Cole and rookie Valeri Nichushkin on the right side too, but it looks like Chiasson will begin the year in a scoring role. Kevin Connauton, D - Picked up from Vancouver in the Derek Roy deal last season, Connauton is a puck-moving defenceman who is ready for a look in the NHL after 215 AHL games over the last three seasons and should get a chance to play right away. Lane MacDermid, LW - Picked up from Boston in last seasons Jaromir Jagr deal, MacDermid is a physical winger who has two points and 24 penalty minutes in 14 career NHL games. He has limited upside, but can crash and bang on the fourth line. Chris Mueller, C - A 27-year-old who wasnt drafted and has patiently worked his way up after finishing his four-year career at Michigan State, Mueller had eight points and was minus-5 in 37 career games with Nashville, but could get a decent look with the Stars this season. Valeri Nichushkin, RW - Drafted 10th overall, Nichushkin has the size to be an NHL power forward, but it could take some time for it all to come together. Hes good enough to play and contribute now but, remember, hes 18 and had 15 points in 43 (regular season plus playoff) KHL games last year. DETROIT RED WINGSJared Coreau, G - While the 21-year-old has played well at Northern Michigan the last couple seasons, hes merely a placeholder. Should anything happen to Jimmy Howard, Petr Mrazek would be recalled if Jonas Gustavsson (currently on IR) cant fill in. Danny DeKeyser, D - A highly-touted free agent signing out of Western Michigan last season, DeKeyser hasnt been a big scorer, but didnt look a step out of place when he played 13 (regular season plus playoff) games with the Red Wings. Its easy to see him in a top four role on the Detroit blueline. Xavier Ouellet, D - Picked in the second round in 2011, Ouellet is a more offensively-inclined blueliner who has 101 points in 113 QMJHL games over the last two years. Hes not likely to play for the Red Wings right away, but the 20-year-old is ready to begin his pro apprenticeship. Tomas Tatar, LW - 22-year-old Tatar has already played 265 AHL games over the last four seasons, scoring 87 goals and 196 points, before adding 16 goals in 24 playoff games last year on the way to the Calder Cup. He requires waivers to be sent down to the minors, so thats not going to happen, but now its up to Tatar (who has eight points in 27 NHL games) to take his game to the next level. Gustav Nyquist, RW - Another Red Wings prospect that has been brought along patiently, Nyquist has 13 points and is plus-2 in 40 career NHL games with limited ice time, but has shown enough flashes, combined with a point-per-game in 122 AHL games, that hes ready for a regular role in Detroit. Hes not on the roster, for paperwork reasons, but Nyquists time is now. EDMONTON OILERSWill Acton, C - A 26-year-old forward with good size and minimal scoring ability (35 points in 141 AHL games), Acton appears to have won a fourth-line centre job in Edmonton to start the year. That may be temporary, given that the Oilers are missing their top two pivots, but its a significant jump. Mark Arcobello, C - The 25-year-old centre is on the small side but, after 68 points in 74 AHL games last year, he was due for a trial in Edmonton. With Sam Gagner and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins out, hes getting more than just a taste -- hell centre Edmontons second line to start the year. Anton Belov, D - Skilled 27-year-old had a breakout season in the KHL last year, scoring 26 points in 46 games, and will get a chance to upgrade an Oilers blueline that needs more skill. If he can handle top-four minutes, hell be a massive bargain on his one-year deal that costs $1.525-million against the cap. Ben Eager, LW - Only played 14 games with the Oilers last season before he was buried in the AHL. With the Oilers still looking for fighters, Eager has a chance to reclaim a role that hes played for 400 NHL games, racking up 873 penalty minutes (and 84 points). Luke Gazdic, LW - A 6-foot-4, 240-pound winger grabbed off waivers from Dallas, Gazdic is a new Oilers heavyweight alternative following an injury to Steve MacInytre. Denis Grebeshkov, D - Was excellent for the Oilers in 2008-2009, scoring 39 points with a plus-12 rating in 72 games, but its generally been downhill since and hes coming off a poor year in the KHL. Nevertheless, Grebeshkov can hold down an extra spot on the blueline for the time being. Jesse Joensuu, LW - The 6-foot-4 winger didnt really pan out with the Islanders, scoring 15 points in 67 career games, but he had 25 points in 24 Finnish League games last season and will open the year on the Oilers third line. Steve MacIntyre, LW - One of the leagues most feared fighters, MacIntyre suffered a knee injury that may prevent him from fulfilling his pugilistic responsibilities. FLORIDA PANTHERSAleksander Barkov, C - The second overall pick in the draft, Barkov had 48 points in 53 Finnish League games last season, and is going to get significant ice time right away, slated to start with Jonathan Huberdeau and Brad Boyes on his wings. Matt Gilroy, D - The 2009 Hobey Baker winner hasnt had much impact in the NHL, playing 209 games with the Rangers, Lightning and Senators, so theres little reason to expect dramatic change now, but he can hold down a depth spot. Tim Thomas, G - 39-year-old is back after a year off and while its not easy to like the comeback chances of a 39-year-old, playing behind a decidedly inferior defence to the one he was used to in Boston, it also cant be ignored that from 2007-2008 through 2011-2012, Thomas had the best save percentage (.926) in the league. Jesse Winchester, C - Low-scoring forward had 11 goals in 233 career games with the Ottawa Senators before spending a little time in Finland last year. Hes a reliable checker and penalty-killer, though, so he can fill a role for the Panthers, even with his low shooting percentage. Nick Bjugstad, C - (on IR) Towering forward was the 19th pick in 2010 and played three years at the University of Minnesota before joining the Panthers last year, scoring one goal with a minus-8 rating in 11 games. The 21-year-old has lots of long-term potential, but may need some AHL time once hes healthy. Steven Pinizzotto, RW - (on IR) 29-year-old journeyman worked his way into the Canucks lineup for a dozen games last year (no points, minus-6, 29 PIM) and, based on his track record, is ticketed for tthe minors.dddddddddddd LOS ANGELES KINGSMatt Frattin, LW - While Tyler Toffoli might eventually be skating on the Kings second line, Toffoli is back in the AHL, so Frattin gets first crack alongside Mike Richards and Jeff Carter. Frattin scored 15 goals and 28 points in 82 games with the Maple Leafs and his 33 goals in 57 AHL (regular season plus playoff) games suggests that he has some offensive skill to be exploited. MINNESOTA WILDMathew Dumba, D - The seventh pick in 2012, Dumba is a dynamic young player who can jump into the rush and throw a big hit, playing bigger than his size. Hes on the Wild roster right now, but probably has to prove that he deserves to stay if hes going to last beyond a nine-game trial before hes returned to the WHL. Justin Fontaine, RW - A 25-year-old undrafted winger who played at Minnesota-Duluth and has 111 points in 137 AHL games in two pro seasons, Fontaine is getting a good look with the Wild, possibly starting the year on the second line with Dany Heatley and Charlie Coyle. Nino Niederreiter, LW - The fifth pick in 2010, Niederreiter wasnt happy with the Islanders after spending the entire season in the AHL, where he scored 28 goals and 50 points in 74 games, so hes getting a fresh start and will be among the young Wild wingers competing for a spot higher up the depth chart. MONTREAL CANADIENSMichael Bournival, LW - Acquired from Colorado in the Ryan OByrne trade, the 21-year-old forward had 30 points in 69 AHL games as a rookie pro last season and, while hes made the opening roster, he doesnt yet have a spot in the top four lines locked up. Jarred Tinordi, D - An injury to veteran Douglas Murray might have made it easier for Tinordi to start the year with Montreal but, based on how he finished last year, the 2010 first-round pick is ready for regular NHL duty. Hes huge, plays a steady defensive game and could develop in a shutdown role. Christian Thomas, RW - (on IR) Acquired in a swap with the Rangers for prospect Danny Kristo, Thomas scored 19 goals and 35 points in 73 AHL games as a first-year pro last season. If hes going to be a scorer in the NHL, he could probably use more time on the farm, developing that aspect further before getting lost amid the Habs forward lines. NASHVILLE PREDATORSMattias Ekholm, D - The 6-foot-4, 23-year-old defenceman has done his year in the AHL after a couple of strong seasons in the Swedish Elite League (and two years in the Allsvenskan before that), so hes ready for his turn in Nashville. Hes minus-2 in three career NHL games, but is due for an extended opportunity. Filip Forsberg, LW - Picked up from Washington in the Martin Erat deal, Forsberg was the 11th pick in 2012 and projects to be a skilled, scoring winger, but it could be asking a lot for him to take that role as a 19-year-old. After scoring 33 points, with a plus-11 rating, in 38 Allsvenskan (below the Elite League in Sweden) games last season, Forsberg had one point and was minus-5 in five games with the Predators. Carter Hutton, G - A 27-year-old who played his first NHL game at the end of last season for Chicago, Hutton has played 120 AHL games since wrapping up his career at UMass-Lowell. He doesnt have standout numbers (.911 career SV%) in the AHL, but is likely looking at maybe 10 starts if he lasts the full season with the Predators. If something serious happens to Pekka Rinne, Magnus Hellberg might be poised for the starters job. Seth Jones, D - Fell into Nashvilles lap with the fourth pick in the draft. The 6-foot-4 blueliner was considered a candidate for the top pick overall and is going to play right away, likely a lot, for the Predators. NEW JERSEY DEVILSRostislav Olesz, LW - Injuries and a hefty contract derailed Oleszs generally disappointing career, but hes getting another chance. He scored 19 points and was plus-5 in 14 AHL games last season, so the soon-to-be 28-year-old gets another look from head coach Peter DeBoer, who had Olesz in Florida in 2009-2010, when he scored a career-best 29 points in 78 games. Alexander Urbom, D - A 6-foot-5 defenceman who has spent three years in the AHL, Urbom doesnt offer much offensively, but hes easy to slide in on the third pair or in a depth role as needed. NEW YORK ISLANDERSMatt Donovan, D - A fourth-round pick in 2008, Donovan has 98 points in 153 AHL games in two-plus pro seasons, so hes ready for his opportunity on an Islanders blueline that lost Mark Streit in the offseason. Brock Nelson, C - Drafted 30th overall as a lanky kid in 2010, Nelson has filled out and, after 52 points in 66 AHL games as a rookie pro, hes slated to start the year on the Islanders third line. Kevin Poulin, G - The 23-year-old has a .912 save percentage in 23 career NHL games, though his AHL numbers have been getting worse. With Evgeni Nabokov handling the bulk of the starts, Poulin may be just fine in a reserve role. The question is: if Nabokov gets hurt, could Poulin step into the spotlight? Griffin Reinhart, D - The fourth overall pick in 2012, Reinhart has impressed in camp, but may need to impress further if hes going to avoid a return to the Western Hockey League. Brian Strait, D - A waiver pick-up last season, 25-year-old Strait turned into a reliable defenceman. He has five points and a plus-1 rating in 31 career NHL games, contributing 40 points in 220 career AHL contests. NEW YORK RANGERSJesper Fast, RW - A sixth-round pick in 2010, Fast had 35 points in 47 Swedish Elite League games last season and offers some offensive upside, enough that he earned a forward spot ahead of Chris Kreider, who is back in the AHL. J.T. Miller, LW - The 15th pick in 2011, Miller had four points, and a minus-7 rating, in 26 games for the Rangers last season, so hes not a rookie, but with 23 points in 42 AHL games, hes hardly a proven NHLer at this point. OTTAWA SENATORSStephane Da Costa, C - Curiously, the smallish Da Costa landed a roster spot ahead of Mika Zibanejad, who had enjoyed more success at the NHL level as a 19-year-old than 24-year-old Da Costa, who has seven points and is minus-13 in 35 career games. He has 74 points in 103 AHL games, so he can produce offence at that level, but he hasnt been able to do it in the NHL yet. Eric Gryba, D - The 25-year-old bruiser earned a spot with Ottawa last season, scoring six points with a minus-3 rating in 33 games, and while hes on the opening roster, he could be behind Joe Corvo for a spot in the top six. Jean-Gabriel Pageau, C - Sparkplug centre had 10 points in 19 (regular season plus playoff) games with the Senators last season, including a playoff hat trick against Montreal. Hes not necessarily a big scorer, but can create chances and play effective defensively because of his speed. PHILADELPHIA FLYERSErik Gustafsson, D - An undersized puck-moving defenceman, Gustafsson has 13 points and is plus-10 in 60 career NHL games. The Flyers blueline is crowded with veterans, but Gustafsson adds skill to the group when hes in the lineup. Scott Laughton, C - The 20th pick in 2012, Laughton made the Flyers for a five-game trial last season, then went back to Oshawa, where he finished with 56 points and a plus-22 rating in 49 games. Hes a gritty checking forward who could play on the fourth line now, though he could be sent back to the OHL if hes not getting regular ice time with the Flyers. Jay Rosehill, LW - 28-year-old face-puncher has six points and 282 penalty minutes (with 22 fights) in 83 career games. He wont play every day, or better not, for the Flyers sake. PHOENIX COYOTES Chris Brown, RW - A second-round pick in 2009, Brown played at Michigan before turning pro last season and showing a surprising offensive touch, with 29 goals and 47 points in 68 AHL games. Rob Klinkhammer, LW - 27-year-old journeyman earned a contract extension with his hard-hitting style of play, scoring 11 points and a plus-7 rating in 22 games with the Coyotes last season. Lucas Lessio, LW - Taken in the second round in 2011, Lessio scored 110 goals in 208 OHL games over four seasons before moving up to the AHL at the end of last season. Hes a winger with good size and speed and, like Brown, can push more proven forwards for playing time. David Rundblad, D - Picked up in the Kyle Turris trade, Rundblad is a terrific offensive defenceman, who has 55 points in 80 AHL games, to go with eight points in 38 NHL games, since coming over from the Swedish Elite League, where he scored 50 points in 55 games in his final season. The pedigree suggests he should be able to help on the power play, but first its time to prove that he can handle a regular turn in the NHL. Chris Summers, D - A 2006 first-round pick who has played 29 NHL games, Summers hangs around as the eighth defenceman while Rostislav Klesla is hurt, but maybe not beyond that. PITTSBURGH PENGUINSRobert Bortuzzo, D - The 24-year-old is starting to make his mark, with four points and 29 penalty minutes in 21 games with the Penguins over the last couple seasons. Hes still battling for a regular spot in the lineup, but is safe on the roster. Chris Conner, RW - Small veteran winger cleared waivers just prior to the roster deadline, but has 45 points in 159 career games and can fill in when injuries dictate hes needed. Olli Maatta, D - The 22nd pick in 2012, Maatta probably needs to be in the top six if hes going to stay with the Penguins. Otherwise, the 19-year-old could still be returned to the Ontario Hockey League, where he would play a dominant role. Harrison Ruopp, D - Part of the return when the Penguins dealt Zbynek Michalek to Phoenix, Ruopp is really just holding a spot on the roster as the Penguins moved Beau Bennett and Simon Despres to the minors for salary cap reasons. Jeff Zatkoff, G - With Tomas Vokoun recovering from blood clots, Zatkoff moves into the backup role behind Marc-Andre Fleury. 26-year-old Zatkoff has a .920 save percentage in 93 AHL games over the last two seasons, so hes worth a look as an NHL backup and probably wont be asked to play a lot so long as Fleury continues his solid-enough regular season play. SAN JOSE SHARKSFreddie Hamilton, LW - A fifth-round pick in 2010, the 21-year-old winger had 26 points in 76 AHL games as a first-year pro last season, and may still need more time in the AHL, but he could also add energy in a checking role with the Sharks. Tomas Hertl, LW - The 17th pick in 2012, Hertl scored 18 goals and 30 points in 43 Czech League games last season and is set to start his career on the wing with Joe Thornton and Brent Burns, a fine opportunity to put up points as a rookie. Matthew Nieto, LW - A second-round pick in 2011, Nieto scored 79 points in 76 games over his last two seasons at Boston University, adding six points in 11 AHL games late last season. The 20-year-old is expected to add speed in a third-line role for the Sharks. Alex Stalock, G - 26-year-old has played a total of 72 minutes in the NHL, stopping 20 of 22 shots, and has a .909 save percentage in 145 career AHL games. Antti Niemi will handle most of the starts for the Sharks, obviously. Will Stalock be able to do the job when its required? ST. LOUIS BLUESAdam Cracknell, RW - Grinding winger has 14 points in 46 career games, but could find it tough to crack a deep Blues forward group for a regular job. TAMPA BAY LIGHTNINGMark Barberio, D - Hes only played two NHL games, but the 23-year-old puck-moving defenceman has 103 points in 147 AHL games over the last two seasons. He would have to clear waivers to be sent down so, even if hes stuck as an extra on the blueline, thats preferable to the Lightning. Brett Connolly, RW - The sixth overall pick in 2010 did officially open on the Lightning roster, but hes on his way to the AHL to make room for Ondrej Palat. Connolly scored 63 points in 71 AHL games last season, so hes likely ready whenever the Lightning decide to give him another opportunity. Radko Gudas, D - Rookie eligible after putting up five points and 38 penalty minutes in 22 games for the Lightning last season, Gudas is a hard-hitting, physical presence, exactly what the Lightning could use on their back end. Tyler Johnson, C - He may be small, but after 168 points in 170 AHL (regular season plus playoff ) games over the last two seasons, and six points in 14 games with Tampa Bay last season, Johnson is ready for regular NHL playing time. Ondrej Palat, LW - An industrious Czech winger, Palat scored 78 points in 74 (regular season plus playoff games) for Syracuse in the AHL last season, adding four points and a plus-5 rating in 14 games for the Lightning. Hell skate alongside Johnson. Richard Panik, RW - As will Panik, the 22-year-old Slovakian winger who has 83 points in 120 AHL games over the last two-plus seasons and contributed nine points in 25 games for Tampa Bay last season. Andrej Sustr, D - The 6-foot-8 blueliner was highly sought-after as a free agent out of the University of Nebraska-Omaha last season and with a fraction of pro season experience, hes slated to start the year in Tampa Bay, potentially in the opening night lineup. Its tough to teach 6-foot-8. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFSCarter Ashton, RW - A first-round pick of Tampa Bay in 2009, Ashton was acquired for Keith Aulie and hasnt done a lot to distinguish himself since, going scoreless, with a minus-10 rating in 15 NHL games and scoring 22 points in 60 games with the AHL Marlies. However, hes a big bodied forward who has worked hard to improve his skating and has a chance to play while David Clarkson sits out a 10-game suspension to start the year. Jake Gardiner, D - Inexplicably left in the AHL for too long last season, only to end up sitting in the press box after he was recalled, Gardiner showed in the playoffs that hes capable of handling major responsibility. Elite skating ability separates him from the pack. Troy Bodie, RW - The son-in-law of MLSE CEO Tim Leiweke, Bodie already had a favourable history with head coach Randy Carlyle before he signed in Toronto. The 6-foot-4 winger has 11 points and 141 penalty minutes in 107 career NHL games, which makes him capable of fulfilling a pugnacious role. Paul Ranger, D - A potential gift for the Maple Leafs, Ranger hasnt played in the NHL since October, 2009, but returned to hockey last year, after three years off, putting up 25 points and a plus-16 rating in 51 AHL games. At his peak, Ranger was playing 25 minutes per game for Tampa Bay. He doesnt have to reach that level, but if he could, the Leafs wouldnt mind it either. Morgan Rielly, D - The fifth pick in 2012 is a brilliant skater and has loads of offensive potential, but the concern for the Leafs is whether hell be able to get enough playing time in the NHL or if hell have to spend another year in junior. Decisions, decisions. VANCOUVER CANUCKS Zac Dalpe, C - Added from Carolina, where he had 10 points and a minus-10 rating in 41 career NHL games, Dalpe should have an opportunity to play more for Vancouver, where they lack established pros on the lower half of the forward depth chart. Hes also shown some scoring ability so, if the fit is right, a third-line spot would be a nice jumpstart to the 23-year-olds career. Eddie Lack, G - The 25-year-old has been biding his time in the AHL for the last three years, though he missed much of last season with a hip injury, and had a .926 save percentage in his first two seasons, so he should be able to handle caddying for Roberto Luongo. Ryan Stanton, D - Scooped off waivers from the Blackhawks, Stanton is a physical defensive defenceman with three years in the AHL. With the Canucks sending Frank Corrado down, Stanton gives them better depth at the NHL level. Nicklas Jensen, RW - (on IR) The 29th pick in 2011, Jensen has an upper body injury, but is due for more AHL seasoning before he gets a chance to stick with the Canucks. Jordan Schroeder, C - (on IR) Didnt look out of place in a depth role with the Canucks last season, putting up nine points in 31 games. Given uneven progress to that point in his career, it was a welcome step forward, but hes out with a foot injury to start the year. WASHINGTON CAPITALSConnor Carrick, D - A fifth-round pick in 2012, Carrick surprised by making the Capitals. It doesnt guarantee that hell stay all year, since he could be returned to junior, but hell get his shot to prove he belongs. Michael Latta, C - Picked up in the Martin Erat trade last season, Latta is a gritty fourth-line centre who has 66 points and 300 penalty minutes in 131 AHL games over the last two-plus seasons. Hell add some enthusiasm, at the very least. Tom Wilson, RW - The 16th pick in 2012, Wilson is emerging as a power forward, as opposed to just a tough guy, after scoring 58 points in 48 OHL games last season. Washington trading Mathieu Perreault to Anaheim freed up room to keep Wilson, at least for the start of the season. WINNIPEG JETSAdam Pardy, D - Journeyman 29-year-old defenceman has played 200 NHL games with Calgary, Dallas and Buffalo. Anthony Peluso, RW - A brute of a winger who has 29 points and 376 penalty minutes in 181 AHL games, Peluso will be the on-call muscle. Mark Scheifele, C - The seventh overall pick in 2011, Scheifele has had a taste of the NHL, scoring one goal in 11 games over the last two years, but after scoring 120 points in 66 OHL (regular season plus playoff) games last season, the hope is that hes able to move into a scoring role for the Jets this year. Jacob Trouba, D - Taken with the ninth pick in 2012, Trouba is a tough and skilled defenceman, ready for the pro game after one year at the University of Michigan, where he scored 29 points in 37 games. Also, Im in four fantasy hockey leagues, all with different rules, formats etc., but these are all the players on my teams after drafts and auctions, which should provide at least some idea who I like for value/production going into this season. 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OshieRW - Erik ColeD - Brent BurnsD - Duncan KeithD - Dion PhaneufD - Andrei MarkovD - Slava Voynov (2)D - Dan BoyleD - Michael Del ZottoD - Justin Faulk (3)D - Marc StaalD - Jake GardinerD - Radko GudasD - Ryan MurrayD - Kevin BieksaD - Travis HamonicD - Stephane RobidasG - Tuukka RaskG - Jonathan QuickG - Antti NiemiG - Sergei BobrovskyG - Viktor Fasth (3)G - Tim ThomasG - Brian ElliottG - Ben Scrivens Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. ' ' '

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ABBOTSFORD, B.C. -- Rochester goaltender David Leggio was nearly unbeatable, making 48 saves as the Americans defeated the Abbotsford Heat 5-2 in American Hockey League action Friday. Kevin Porter, Brian Flynn, Zemgus Girgensons, Nick Crawford and Mark Mancari scored for Rochester (17-12-3), while Leggio picked up an assist on Girgensons goal. Max Reinhart and Ben Walter replied for Abbotsford (16-10-7), and Barry Brust made 25 saves. The Heat had the early pressure. Ben Walter beat Leggio but hit the inside of the post just two minutes into the game. Then, while outshooting the Americans 11-3, Carter Bancks set up Quinton Laing at the side of the net for what looked like a tap in, but Leggio just got his stick across to stop it. However it was Rochester, on a power play at 2:31 of the second, that scored first. Mancaris point shot through a screen of bodies was deflected by Flynn and beat Brust over the shoulder. After a brief pushback from Abbotsford, the visitors came back to make it 2-0. Girgensons drove hard to the net and just before being knocked into the netminder by defenceman Joe Callahan he lifted the puck over Brusts glove at 7:02. Abbotsford didnt let up. Defenceman T.J. Brodie cut hard to the slot with about four minutes to go in the second period and fooled Leggio with a high backhander, but the puck grazed the crossbar and ricocheted out of danger. The Heat finally beat the Americans netminder, but did it shorthanded at 2:59 of the third. Paul Byron chipped the puck up to Reinhart and the rookie beat Leggio five-hole. But on that same power play, the visitors restored their two-goal lead when Crawfords point shot found the back of the net. Then at 9:11 Mancari found Porter streaking to the net and hit him with a centring pass that the captain buried. At 10:23 Walter narrowed the deficit back to two for Abbotsford, one-timing a feed from Brodie in the slot, before Mancaris empty netter finished off the scoring. 2014 Ray Ban Sunglasses. Alfredsson, who was a guest on NHL Commissioner Gary Bettmans weekly radio show on XM radio, revealed that since hes healthier than he was during the 2010-11 season, hes looking forward to remaining an active player. ray ban sunglasses outlet. The Mavericks star said "I feel great" as he took the court for a shootaround Thursday, about eight hours before Game 5 of the NBA finals. http://www.cheapraybansunglassessaleoutlet.com/. He went to a little league game, which he described as awesome. And then hours later he stepped to a microphone near home plate at Wrigley Field as his now ex-teammates stood behind him. Cheap Ray Ban Sunglasses.C. -- Michael Frazier II got one directive from his Florida teammates against South Carolina -- whenever he saw daylight on the court, let the ball fly. ray ban sunglasses Sale. She choked up, too, thinking about her cancer-stricken coach. The 20-year-old Korda won the season-opening Bahamas LPGA Classic on Sunday for her second tour title, holing a 6-foot birdie putt on the final hole to beat Stacy Lewis by a stroke.DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies are reshaping one of baseballs worst bullpens. Left-handed reliever Boone Logan agreed to a $16.5 million, three-year contract on Friday, a person familiar with the negotiations told The Associated Press. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the deal has yet to be announced. Colorado struggled with its relief corps in 2013, posting an NL-worst 4.23 ERA. Part of that may have been due to usage; the bullpen logged 555 2-3 innings, second most in the majors. Colorados first step toward bolstering the bullpen was signing LaTroy Hawkins to a one-year deal last month. Hawkins, who turns 41 on Dec. 21, is expected to compete with hard-throwing lefty Rex Brothers for the closers role. And now the Rockies are adding Logan, a power lefty who has spent the last four seasons with the New York Yankees. He was 5-2 with a 3.23 ERA in 39 innings last season. The 29-year Logan was originallly drafted in the 20th round by the Chicago White Sox in 2002.dddddddddddd The team also exercised a mutual option for 2014 with right-handed reliever Matt Belisle. Belisle struggled last season, going 5-7 with a 4.32 ERA in 73 innings, but has been steady out of the pen in the past. The makeover hasnt been limited to just the bullpen, though. Colorado started to solidify its starting rotation after a season in which the team finished last in the NL West with a 74-88 record. The Rockies recently acquired left-hander Brett Anderson -- and cash -- from the Oakland Athletics for lefty Drew Pomeranz and minor league right-hander Chris Jensen. Anderson was the Athletics starter on opening day last season and went 1-4 with a 6.04 in five starts, before finishing up as a reliever in an injury-plagued season. He will join a rotation that includes Jorge De La Rosa, Jhoulys Chacin and Tyler Chatwood. ' ' '

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DALLAS -- Former Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent wasnt drunk, as police contend, when he wrecked his Mercedes in a crash that killed a teammate, Brents lawyer told jurors Monday at the start of his trial. Brent was "guilty of being stupid behind the wheel of a car," not driving drunk on the night of the December 2012 crash that killed his close friend and teammate, Jerry Brown, defence attorney George Milner said. Milners opening remarks signalled that he would try to discredit evidence of Brents drinking central to the states case, including a blood test that allegedly pegged Brents blood alcohol content at more than twice the legal limit and dash cam video that jurors saw Monday showing Brent failing a field sobriety test at the scene. If convicted of intoxication manslaughter or manslaughter, Brent could be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. Milner argued in his opening statement that the tall, lumbering Brent, who was a 320-pound lineman when he played for the Cowboys, could drink more than the average person without becoming intoxicated. "Josh Brent is as big as a house," Milner said. "Hes got a heart -- better yet a mind -- of a person much younger than he really is." Prosecutor Heath Harris said receipts would prove that on the night of the crash, Brent bought cocktails with several shots of liquor in them and three bottles of Champagne at a night club. Brent told officers right after the crash that he hadnt had any hard liquor. "This is not a difficult case, ladies and gentlemen," Harris said. "There will be no disputing the fact that he was drinking that night." Dash cam video played for the jury Monday showed an officer asking Brent about how much he had had to drink while paramedics were trying to save Brown, a linebacker on the Cowboys practice squad who was also a teammate of Brents at the University of Illinois. "Ive had a reasonable amount," Brent is heard saying on the video. The officer, Kevin Palms, testified that Brent had watery eyes, an odour of alcohol and occasional issues with speaking. The video shows a field sobriety test in which Brent occasionally stumbles as he tries to walk in a straight line and takes more steps than the officer asked. But Milner told jurors during his opening remarks that nobody could have passed a field sobriety test after such a fiery wreck. Brent suffered scrapes to his head in the crash, and the video shows him taking the test with a wrap around his head. "Nobodys going to be able to do the tricks on the side of the road" after a crash of that severity, Milner said. Milner raised several alternate reasons for Brent failing the tests: His size made it hard for him to balance, the powder from his cars air bags made his eyes watery, and the crash had a lingering impact on him. Palms started to grow exasperated as Milner repeatedly questioned why officers made him take the tests. "We gave him every opportunity to go to the hospital," Palms said. "If he says no, (paramedics) cant force him to go. Am I supposed to just let him walk home?" Brents attorney has argued his client deserves probation, and Browns mother says she has forgiven her sons college teammate and friend. But prosecutors have made Brents case a priority, and it comes on the heels of another well-publicized case in neighbouring Tarrant County in which a teenage driver was sentenced to probation in a drunken crash that killed four people. Brent, a defensive tackle, had played in all 12 games of the 2012 NFL season prior to the crash. He retired in July. 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Tests on Monday revealed some fraying of the meniscus in Vonns left knee, but no tear. The right knee turned out to be fine.If the Tampa Bay Rays ever get relocated, agent Scott Boras thinks that Montreal would be a fine place for them to land. Speaking to the Chicago Tribune at baseballs Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Boras called the former home of the Expos a "tremendous environment" for baseball. "I remember in 94, when you go back and look at their attendance rates and the market, the people and the Canadian rivalry, I really thought baseball was in a good place," Boras told the Tribune. "The players enjoyed playing there. Its a beautiful city." Boras was discussing the Rays as an example of a team that is well run and successful, but still has difficulty drawing fans to the stadium. "My point was that baseball, collectively, to protect the game, to protect the market, and you have a product that is so successful and the market is not responnding to it, what is the reason? "The reason is not the performance of the franchise or the players," Boras continued.dddddddddddd"The reason has to be theres a dynamic operating here that is not consistent with what other markets do in baseball." Boras, who represents Jacoby Ellsbury, Alex Rodriguez, and J.D. Drew among dozens of others, discussed the importance of support for a team from its local community. "Clearly if you win and youre successful, your fan base rewards. So my suggestion of New Jersey or Montreal or somewhere ... The idea is for the betterment of the game. I think we have to look at (possibly moving in) markets that arent rewarding playing the game at a high level." Boras told the Tribune that New Jersey may be difficult as an option with the Yankees and Mets already in the New York City area. ' ' '

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(Sports Network) - Is it more surprising that the Cleveland Indians are off to their best start in nine years or that Asdrubal Cabrera already has three home runs in nine games? Cabrera and the Indians aim for their eighth straight victory this evening in the opener of a three-game set with the hosting Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. Cleveland has won seven in a row since yielding 23 runs in back-to-back losses to the White Sox to begin the season. The Tribe are off to their best start since going 11-1 at the onset of the 2002 season and are aiming to win eight straight for the first time since Aug. 17-27, 2008. Cabrera keyed Sundays 6-4 victory over the Mariners, posting three hits and a pair of RBI. His solo homer in the first inning was his team-leading third of the season and he is also tops with nine RBI to go along with a solid .316 batting average. The shortstop hit just three homers in 97 games last year and has never hit more than six in a single season. Jack Hannahan added a solo homer and Josh Tomlin gave up three runs over 6 2/3 innings to get the win. If we play baseball the way were capable of playing, then its going to be tough for anybody to beat us, Tomlin said. Mitch Talbot takes his turn on the rubber tonight for the Indians after making his season debut last Wednesday versus Boston. Clevelands fifth starter got a no-decision as he lasted just 4 1/3 innings thanks to 102 pitches, allowing two runs with seven strikeouts in his teams 8-4 win. The 27-year-old righty won his only career start against the Angels, holding them to a run over 6 1/3 innings on April 27 of last year. Talbot was to be opposed by the Angels Dan Haren, but his start was pushed back a day after he came on in relief in Saturdays 14-inning win over the Blue Jays. Instead, 21-year-old Tyler Chatwood will make his major league debut after being recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake. The right-hander went 13-9 with a 2.84 earned run average in 27 minor league games a season ago, including 4-6 with a 3.82 ERA in 12 starts with Double-A Arkansas. He is one of our young pitchers and is a guy who has really come on the scene quickly for us, Angels manager Mike Scioscia told the Angels website. He pitched very well for us this spring, and he is one of the young arms we are very excited about. Los Angeles is also expected to activate reliever Scott Downs from the disabled list today. He has been out since March 30 due to a left toe fracture and will add insurance in case Chatwood doesnt go deep. The rest of the Angels bullpen is also rested after Jered Weaver went 7 2/3 innings in Sundays 3-1 win over Toronto. Weaver struck out a career-high 15 and allowed one run, giving Los Angeles relief group a rest after it logged 9 1/3 innings in Saturdays extra-inning victory. (Toronto) is a tough lineup to face, Weaver said after improving to 7-1 lifetime against the Blue Jays. I had command of my fastball early and my slider was really sharp. It was overall a good game. Peter Bourjos hit a two-run triple in the fourth inning and Torii Hunter notched an RBI single in the first for the Angels, who have won four of five. Fernando Rodney recorded his second save of the season after working a 1-2-3 ninth inning. Cleveland won the 2010 season series by a slim 5-4 margin, with the clubs splitting six games at Angels Stadium. cheap jerseys usa. Still, the 4 1-3 innings he pitched in a 14 inning game against Detroit were invaluable in saving Houstons bullpen. wholesale Jerseys.Y. -- Goalie Ryan Miller was perfect. http://www.clubaerovirtual.com/.Y. -- Familiar inconsistencies. cheap jerseys nfl. Terry was stripped of the armband by the English Football Association on Friday, two days after his trial for racially abusing an opponent was scheduled until after the European Championship. Cheap Jerseys. The 6-foot-9 sophomore announced on Wednesday that he is giving up his final two seasons with the Buckeyes to make himself available for the NBA draft in June. Most projections have him going in the top 10 picks. TORONTO, Ontario -- An eager group of 25 players broke camp Sunday and got ready to head overseas for final preparations for the world junior hockey championship. But only 22 will still be there when the tournament opens Dec. 26 in Malmo, Sweden. Coach Brent Sutter said the final cuts -- one defenceman and two forwards -- will be decided on many factors, including injuries. "Theyre not easy decisions, but the reality is weve got a couple-or-three guys banged up and were not exactly sure," said Sutter. "Hopefully they can skate when we get over there. "Whether theyll be ready for the first exhibition game, were not sure. All these guys deserve to be able to push to get on the team and theyre going to have a few more days to do so." The team will play three pre-tournament games -- Friday against Finland, Sunday against Sweden and the following day against Switzerland. Sutter hopes to make the cuts after the first exhibition game so he can use the full squad for the last two. The key question is high-scoring winger Jonathan Drouin, who is recovering from a concussion but who expects to resume skating when the team arrives in Sweden on Monday. Another is rushing defenceman Josh Morrissey, who has been nagged by an undisclosed injury for a month but who expects to be able to practise this week. "Theres a long time to Boxing Day and I guess it was nice to have a couple of days here to rest and work with the great staff at Hockey Canada in dealing with that problem," the Prince Albert Raiders rearguard and Winnipeg Jets prospect said. "I think in the next couple of days Ill be ready to go and back to 100 per cent." It may also be a nervy time for three so-called "underage" players in camp, 16-year-old Connor McDavid and the players listed by some as the top two prospects for the 2014 NHL draft -- forward Sam Reinhart and big defenceman Aaron Ekblad. The Canadian team rarely keeps more than one underager, but if there is ever to be three on one team it would be these ones. McDavid, a remarkable playmaker and scorer, is considered a shoo-in to go first overall in the 2015 draft. He and Ekblad are among only three players (along with John Tavares) ever to be granted "exceptional" status to enter the OHL at 15, a year earlier than other players. Reinhart is a scoring centre for the Kootenay Ice who has been captain of Canadian teams at age-group tournaments. And with the world juniors slated for Toronto and Montreal next year, one might think management will want to give them a taste of tthe tournament in Sweden to help them get ready to shine on home ice.dddddddddddd. There are 11 players in camp eligible to return for the Toronto-Montreal event. Sutter has said players will make the team on merit regardless of their age, although he also values leadership and experience. He also wants a big team. "Were certainly going to be a younger team, but it doesnt bother me at all because theyre good players," the 51-year-old coach said. "Theyre the best. "But you need to have experience with that, too. Its nice to have those guys who have been in the tournament, understand it, know how it works -- everything thats involved in a tournament of this magnitude." He used all three youngsters liberally in a 3-0 victory over a group of local university players on Saturday. McDavid scored Canadas first goal. "Im not going to think about anything other than making this team," the Erie Otters star said. "I still have a long way to go." Sutter has had McDavid and Reinhart on the same line, as he did during a summer development camp, to build chemistry between them. "Hes an easy player to play with, so smart out there," Reinhart said of McDavid. "He creates so much offensively, hes smart defensively. He makes room for his linemates. Its definitely nice playing with him." Because Reinhart turned 18 in November, he can wear a normal visor instead of the full face cage McDavid and Ekblad are required under international rules to use. The six-foot-four Ekblad will be going to his ancestral homeland. His great-grandfather was Swedish. He likes that the coaching staff doesnt seem to hold his age, 17, against him. "But I still have to prove myself," the Barrie Colt rearguard said. "So does Connor and every guy at this camp. "Everyone has to prove they have some attribute that will help Team Canada win. Thats all that matters. Theyre giving everyone a fair chance. Theres a reason everyone is here." There remains a slim chance the team will get help from the NHL, although Sutter does not expect the Calgary Flames to free up centre Sean Monahan. The Toronto Maple Leafs have until the Dec. 19 NHL roster freeze to decide whether to loan defenceman Morgan Rielly. Either player, both under 20 and therefore eligible for the tournament, would be likely snapped up eagerly by the Canadian squad, even if it means another cut or two from the group in Sweden. "Im not putting any money on the table that were going to get anybody else," said Sutter. ' ' '

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YUMA, Ariz. -- Jose Canseco is making a comeback. Hes bringing his twin brother with him, too. Its not with a major league team, though. Jose and Ozzie Canseco have joined the Yuma Scorpions of the independent North American League, where theyll serve as player/coaches. Jose, who hit 462 homers in 17 big-league seasons, will serve as manager and Ozzie will be both bench coach and hitting coach. The brothers will bat third and fourth, according to the team, with Jose expected to play first base and designated hitter. Jose hasnt played in the majors for a decade, but joined the Laredo Broncos in the independent United League for 11 games last year. The North American League starts its first season on May 24. http://www.louisvuittonoutletshop.com/. Taking a look inside, he saw hundreds of baseball cards bundled with twine. They were smaller than the ones he was used to seeing. 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Werth was activated from the 15-day disabled list and was listed in the starting lineup, hitting second and playing right field for Tuesday nights series opener against the New York Mets.PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is trying to keep things as normal as he can these days, believing routine and repetition will lead to a sense of comfort and -- he hopes -- success. Good luck with that. Winless in North America in 2013, the Steelers (0-3) will try to snap out of their funk on Sunday in London when they face the Minnesota Vikings (0-3). While Minnesota is already overseas, Pittsburgh will remain on this side of the Atlantic until Thursday evening. By the time the Steelers arrive in London, they will have less than 48 hours to overcome jet lag and try to turn around their season. It isnt ideal, Tomlin said, but it beats the alternative. "I value normalcy in the early portions of the week from a preparation standpoint and from a practice standpoint -- use of our facilities, the comforts of home if you will," Tomlin said. Even if "home" isnt exactly comfortable these days. Pittsburgh is off to its worst start since 2000 after falling to Chicago 40-23 on Sunday night. While the beleaguered offence took a major step forward in piling up 458 yards -- the teams highest total in four years -- the Steelers also turned over the ball five times. Ben Roethlisberger threw two interceptions and fumbled twice, with two of the miscues leading to defensive touchdowns. Its the kind of sloppy play Roethlisberger has generally avoided during his 10 years at quarterback. Then again, he isnt getting much help from the guys in front of him. The Bears stunted and twisted their way into the backfield all night, leading to what Tomlin called "confusion" that gave Roethlisberger little time to get his feet set and throw. "All it takes is five to 10 (breakdowns) to produce catastrophic-like results, and thats some of the things that are occurring," he said. "Obviously, we need to strive for more consistency to minimize those things." A more productive running game would help. The Steelers actually took a significant step forward against the Bears, rushing for a season-high 80 yards, including a 25-yard burst from recently reacquired Jonathan Dwyer. While it gave Pittsburgh confidence it could run the ball, it didnt include any job security for either Dwyer or Felix Jones.dddddddddddd Both figure to head back to the bench if rookie running back LeVeon Bell makes his season debut. Bell hasnt played since spraining his right foot in a preseason game against Washington last month. He has been cleared to participate in practice, and Tomlin is "optimistic" the second-round pick will be able to run onto the field at Wembley Stadium on Sunday night. Ditto cornerback Cortez Allen, who has missed the last two weeks with an ankle injury. Slated to start after Keenan Lewis left for New Orleans in free agency, Allen has been slowed almost from the start of training camp. He missed three weeks following a minor knee procedure before the ankle issues popped up. Though William Gay did a solid, if not, spectacular job in Allens absence, Allen has an ability to make things happen when he plays. The Steelers are the only team in the NFL not to create a turnover through the seasons first three weeks. Allen had a hand in two turnovers in the 2012 regular-season finale against Cleveland, the last time Pittsburgh was able to pry the ball away. And for all the progress the Steelers saw in certain areas against Chicago -- including a more consistent pass rush, and wide receiver Antonio Browns career-high 196 yards receiving -- the biggest issue is valuing the football. Pittsburgh hasnt done that through 12 quarters. The Steelers minus-9 turnover margin is tied with the Giants for the worst in the league. Tomlin doesnt like to lay blame in any one place, but allowed that Roethlisberger needs to keep himself and his team out of situations that lead to mistakes. "I expect Ben to be better, Ben expects himself to be better," Tomlin said. "Well continue to work to do that." NOTES: Tomlin said DE Brett Keisel and NT Steve McLendon are dealing with hamstring issues but are expected to play. ... TE Heath Miller, who had three receptions in his return from right knee surgery, will have an expanded role against Minnesota if there are no setbacks this week. ... Tomlin has no concerns about the turf at Wembley Stadium, saying punter Zoltan Mesko -- who played there for New England last season -- called it "awesome." ' ' '

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With less than a week until the NHL Trade Deadline, check out the latest trade-related reports and speculation from around the NHL beat. And follow TSN.ca right through Deadline Day for all the updates. Waiting Last Minute As per Arthur Staple of Newsday, barring a cant refuse offer from anyone in the next few days, New York Islanders general manager Garth Snow will go as close to the 3pm et deadline on Wednesday as possible to entice better offers for both Thomas Vanek and Andrew MacDonald. He adds that as games go on through the weekend, the number of suitors for MacDonald could go up. Staple also writes that the Islanders have no intention of trading goaltender Evgeni Nabokov. High Asking Price Chris Botta of The New York Times adds that the Islanders are asking for a first-round pick for MacDonald. He adds that theres a lot of interest in MacDonald, but CSNNE.com adds that such a demand is too much for the Boston Bruins, who are reportedly looking for a blueliner. Interest In Stewart? According to Bruce Garrioch of The Ottawa Sun, the Senators have an interest in St. Louis Blues winger Chris Stewart. Garrioch adds that Stewart could be part of a deal with the New York Rangers if the Blues are interested in Ryan Callahan. Staying The Course Larry Brooks of The New York Post writes that Rangers general manager Glen Sather and his front office are devoting their attention to evaluating personnel who might become available in trades for Ryan Callahan and Dan Girardi, with no progress made toward signing them to contract extensions. No Ones Business As Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger writes, no one should expect New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur to announce publicly that he wants to be traded. Brodeur explained to Chere that he wont even wont say so unless a deal actually happens - and he hasnt even discussed the situation with general manager Lou Lamoriello. "Oh, no. Its not going to be like that. I dont think so, anyway," Brodeur told the paper. "Its nobody elses business but mine as for the direction I want to go. "Its been tough because you go through ups and downs. The more questions Im asked, sometimes my answers change. Thats why in the last few weeks Ive been more quiet about it. Its on purpose, because I want to make sure my decision is an educated decision and there are no influences from the outside. Show up Thursday and youll know if Im on the plane to Detroit (where the Devils play Friday)." Chere also writes that Jaromir Jagr, who doesnt have a no-trade clause, hasnt spoken to Lamoriello about a trade option. "The one thing that is good about this team is we dont have much media coverage," Jagr told Chere. "Less media, less rumors and less trade rumors. I havent even heard any rumors. "Hey, Ive been traded twice during the season. From Dallas to Boston and to New York from Washington. 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The Pro Bowl linebacker insisted the Chicago Bears are loaded and ready to meet soaring expectations after one of their busiest offseasons in recent memory. New general manager Phil Emery replaced the fired Jerry Angelo and immediately went to work, acquiring Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall from Miami and adding depth throughout the roster. "I think we have the talent now to reach our expectations," Urlacher said Wednesday. "And we always say it because its the right thing to say, but I really think we can do it this year." Besides adding some key pieces, quarterback Jay Cutler and Pro Bowl running back Matt Forte are healthy after injuries cut short their seasons. Urlacher is feeling better, too. He was basically an observer during off-season workouts and minicamp after spraining his knee in the final game against Minnesota, and he and coach Lovie Smith said there will be no limitations once practice starts on Thursday. "Hes ready to go," Smith said. "Were cautious with players when theyre not fit and full-speed ready to go, but once we get them out there, were never trying to take out any of our players in practice." Urlacher said his knee is fine and he expects to participate in every practice, except for the occasional day off from Smith. Urlachers health could go a long way toward determining whether the Bears meet their goals after a disappointing 8-8 finish. They were sailing along and seemed poised for another playoff run after reaching the NFC championship game the previous season before unraveling. Cutlers broken right thumb late in a win over San Diego on Nov. 20 ruined a 7-3 start and sent them on a five-game losing streak. It didnt help, either, that Forte sprained the medial collateral ligament in his right knee against Kansas City on Dec. 4 and missed the rest of the season. By the time Urlacher was injured against Minnesota in a collision with teammate Major Wright, the Bears were out of contention. That injury aside, Urlacher shows no signs of slowing down. At 34, he made his eighth Pro Bowl last year and played in all 16 games for the 10th time in his first 12 seasons. The only years he didnt were when he missed seven games in 2004 because of injuries and whhen he sat out almost the entire 2009 season after dislocating his right wrist in the opener at Green Bay.dddddddddddd He remains a leader on a defence that features Pro Bowl players in defensive end Julius Peppers, linebacker Lance Briggs and cornerback Charles Tillman but also has some question marks. Age is one. The defensive line and secondary are two more. The Bears ranked fifth against the run but 28th against the pass because the line simply didnt create enough havoc at times. Peppers had 11 sacks, but with inconsistent play up front, Chicago tied for 19th with just 33 overall. The Bears drafted defensive end Shea McClellin in the first round hoping he could take some of the load off the veteran, but the interior linemen need to step up, too. "They stepped up last year," Urlacher said. "Were kind of thin up there right now. Im not sure what guys are going to be (where), but theyve done good. Henry (Melton) is an explosive guy. (Matt Toeaina) is solid, always in his gap. Weve lost (Anthony Adams), so we have to find somebody to replace him, but theyve done a good job the last couple of years." The Bears need more, particularly with Urlacher, Peppers, Briggs and Tillman in their 30s. Theyve shown no signs of slowing down, but how much longer they can stay at that level remains to be seen. For now, the goals are high. The Bears believe they can compete with Green Bay and Detroit in the NFC North and make a playoff run after coming up short last year. Now, its on them to back it up. ""Theres a sense of urgency every year," said Urlacher, who has an expiring contract. "Its a new team every single year. There are guys gone, guys get cut or ... traded. Every year, theres a sense of urgency." Notes: Forte wasnt in the most talkative mood on Wednesday afternoon. He gave several rather short answers about his new four-year contract, camp and the team to reporters trailing him as he left the dining hall. When someone mentioned that he didnt seem too happy, Forte said, "I dont like having you around me. Im trying to go get my playbook, you know? Talk to yall later." ... The Bears placed WR Johnny Knox on the active/physically unable to perform list on Wednesday. Knox is recovering from a gruesome back injury last season. ' ' '

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Oakland, CA (Sports Network) - David DeJesus clubbed two home runs as the Oakland Athletics beat the Indians 3-1 in a pitching duel between two unbeaten pitchers, Josh Tomlin and Trevor Cahill. Cliff Pennington and Coco Crisp got the only other hits for the Athletics, who have won five of their last seven contests while evening up a three-game series with the Indians. Cahill (5-0) got the best of the two pitchers, though, allowing just one run on five hits and striking out five batters for Oakland. It was a fortunate day where I came up big, Cahill said. The bullpen came in and was solid and we got some good hits. It was really a team win. Tomlin (4-1) was charged with the hard-luck loss for the Indians, despite allowing just three runs -- two earned -- on three hits with no walks and five strike outs. Travis Hafner drove in the lone run for Cleveland, which had a seven-game win streak snapped. Good teams battle, Tomlin said. Thats what we have to do and we did that tonight. Well come back. Well battle back. DeJesus first homer came in the first, but the Indians tied it back up in the third. Grady Sizemore doubled to lead off the frame, moved to second on Carlos Santanas walk and scored on Hafners bloop single. However in the fourth, Oakland regained the lead, 2-1, on DeJusus second homer of the game, which stopped a streak of eight batters retired in a row by Tomlin. The Athletics got their first non-Dejesus hit in the eighth when Pennington ripped a comeback single to put runners on the corners. That chased Tomlin off the mound and Tony Sipp came in to serve an insurance RBI single to Crisp. Up by two runs, Grant Balfour pitched a shutout ninth to get his first save of the season. GAME NOTES:It was DeJesus first career multi-home run game...Oakland is 12-6 against Cleveland since the start of the 2009 season...The Indians were 1-for-8 with runners in scoring position while the As were 1-for-1. cheap jerseys usa. 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Originally selected by Minnesota in the first round (23rd overall) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft, Burns was acquired by San Jose on June 24 along with a second round selection in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for forwards Devin Setoguchi, Charlie Coyle and a first round selection (28th overall) in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.WINNIPEG -- After a frantic first period Blake Wheeler might have been forgotten if not for what he did in the third. Wheeler scored two goals, including the winner, as the Winnipeg Jets beat the Minnesota Wild 6-4 on Friday in a game that featured a seven-goal first period. Wheeler ended a scramble in front of the Minnesota net when he poked the puck under a prone Niklas Backstrom with 9:20 remaining in the third period for his 14th goal of the season, giving the Jets a 5-4 lead. It was the ninth goal in December for Wheeler, who started the season with just five goals in his first 28 games. "I think confidence plays into it," he said of his recent success. "When the puck starts going in the net you find yourself getting into the scoring areas a little bit more. The puck seems to bounce your way a little bit more." Evander Kane, Olli Jokinen, Dustin Byfuglien and Toby Enstrom added goals for Winnipeg. Dany Heatley, Justin Fontaine, Stephane Veilleux and Mikko Koivu were the goal scorers for Minnesota. The Jets (17-18-5), who were coming off a humbling loss in Edmonton on Monday, finally managed to beat the Wild after losing each of the first three meetings between the teams. It was a fourth straight loss for the Wild (20-14-5), who have now dropped six of their last eight games. Neither team seemed interested in playing defence after the three-day Christmas break. The Jets led 4-3 after a first period that saw seven goals scored in the first 7:04, and featured three lead changes. "We dont have the luxury of finding reasons for things not being OK," said Wild coach Mike Yeo, who said the first period was clearly a by-product of the extended break. "Were in a position where we have to make things right." Minnesota struck first when Heatley scored on a wide-open net after a pass from Jason Pominville 2:13 into the game. But the Jets grabbed the lead before the game was six minutes old thanks to a short-handed goal by Kane and a one-timer in the low slot byy Jokinen.dddddddddddd "When they scored we responded, which was good to see," Kane said. It only took another 67 seconds for the Wild to go ahead 3-2, on goals by Fontaine and Veilleux. That ended Ondrej Pavelecs outing. The Jets starting goalie smashed his stick en route to the dressing room after allowing three goals on six shots, giving way to backup Al Montoya. Jets coach Claude Noel said the quick hook had more to do with his teams sluggish play in its own zone than anything. "I think our team needed a jolt," he said. Jets captain Andrew Ladd echoed the coach, saying that the team felt sympathy for the lack of support they provided for their goalkeeper. "I thought Monty did a great job once he got in there," Ladd said. "The first three goals, there was nothing Pav couldve done about them, so it was more about trying to get some momentum for our group on the bench." After nearly eight scoreless minutes, the Jets once again claimed the lead on late-period goals from Wheeler and Byfuglien. Wild goalie Niklas Backstrom allowed four goals on 11 first-period shots, and finished with 32 saves on 37 total shots. The lone goal in the second period came on a Wild power play, as a perfect passing sequence ended with an easy goal for Koivu to tie the game at 4-4. That was the only blemish for Montoya, who stopped the other 22 shots he faced. Enstrom added an empty-net goal from 175 feet with four seconds remaining. The Wild won each of the three previous meetings by one goal, including a shootout victory on Nov. 23. Both clubs return to action on Sunday, with the Jets travelling to Denver while the Wild head home to face the New York Islanders. Notes: Zach Parise, dealing with a lower-body injury, missed a second straight game for the Wild. ... The Jets were without defencemen Zach Bogosian (flu) and Mark Stuart, who was a late scratch with a lower-body injury after taking the morning skate. ... The teams have one remaining meeting, in Winnipeg on April 7. ' ' '

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Lines are shuffling around the league, giving some new opportunities. Scott Cullen has notes on Brandon Prust, Daniel Alfredsson, Mason Raymond, Ryan Kesler, Jeff Skinner and more. Before the notes, a link to Fridays chat. 1. Canadiens LW Max Pacioretty will be out for the next three weeks with a hamstring strain, a notable loss for the Habs. Against Columbus Thursday, Brandon Prust moved up to play with Tomas Plekanec and Brian Gionta, and Prust played 18:12, his second-highest ice time in 45 games since joining the Canadiens last season. 2. The Detroit Red Wings have already tried Justin Abdelkader and Todd Betuzzi on the right side with Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg, but Thursday night, they gave Daniel Alfredsson a spin in that spot and Alfredsson finished with three assists, giving him nine points in his first eight games with the Red Wings. Judging by the first two guys tried on that wing, there may have been some thought that Datsyuk and Zetterberg needed a physical player to help carve out space, but Alfredsson has the sense to play with elite players and if he stays productive, its conceivable he could hold this spot for a while. 3. When the Toronto Maple Leafs extended a pro tryout offer to LW Mason Raymond, it was a no-brainer. Even with declining production, it was puzzling why Raymond hadnt been given a free agent contract somewhere in the league over the summer, so the Leafs got a bit of a rewards with their low-risk investment when he Raymond was still deemed NHL-worthy and signed a one-year, $1-million contract. Raymond has been slightly better than NHL-worthy for the Leafs, however. He has eight points in eight games and is playing a career-high 18:13 per game, skating on the top line in the last couple games in the absence of injured winger James van Riemsdyk. Raymond scored a career-high 25 goals and 53 points in 2009-2010, but his production has fallen since. In a related story, he broke his back during the 2011 Stanley Cup Final, against Boston, when Bruins D Johnny Boychuk crumpled him into the boards. This strong start to the season is obviously a positive for Raymond and his shots on goal per game (2.75) is close to his career peak, so his production should have some sustainability, but expectations have to be managed. Hes scored more than 40 points once in his career, so approaching that level would have to be considered a success and who knows how Raymonds ice time will sort out once the Leafs get a full complement of forwards. Add van Riemsdyk, David Clarkson and Nikolai Kulemin back into the mix and suddenly there isnt so much ice time to go around. 4. New Vancouver coach John Tortorella hasnt been afraid to shake up the lines, giving Ryan Kesler a regular turn with the Sedins in Thursdays win over Buffalo. Kesler scored a pair of goals and while he only has three goals and no assists through eight games, Kesler does have 31 shots on goal, his 3.88 per game easily a career high. Mike Santorelli skated between Chris Higgins and Jannik Hansen, a spot that would normally be occupied by Kesler, and added a couple of assists, though it was the first time in a week that Santorelli had played less than 20 minutes in a game. 5. Hurricanes LW Jeff Skinner is off to a phenomenal start to the season, one that deserves to be noticed. He has eight points in eight games, averaging a career-high 4.0 shots on goal per game, while playing with checkers Riley Nash and Radek Dvorak at even strength. Skinner is on the top power play unit, so hes going to get his chances to score, but if he continues to generate shots at even-strength, Skinner is going to get his points, no matter with whom he plays. 6. A couple of No. 1 defencemen have been hurt on hits into the dasher boards in the corner of the defensive zone. Sharks D Dan Boyle was laid out by Blues agitator Maxim Lapierre and now the Sharks have to make do without Boyle while he recovers. Matt Irwin, Jason Demers and Justin Braun are all candidates to handle more PP time in Boyles absence. Red Wings D Niklas Kronwall was flattened by Avalanche LW Cody McLeod, which may leave a bigger hole on the Detroit power play. Jakub Kindl is the one other Detroit defenceman who has seen significant power play time this year. Maybe Brendan Smith could come out of the press box and offer something with the man advantage, but the Red Wings other defenders -- Kyle Quincey, Jonathan Ericsson, Danny DeKeyser, Brian Lashoff -- arent necessarily cut out for the power play QB role. 7. Sticking in Detroit, Jonas Gustavsson has performed at a high level in relief of injured starter Jimmy Howard. Its only three games, compared to 114 games of subpar play prior to this season, but Gustavsson has stopped 102 of 107 shots for a .953 save percentage this season. 8.The Ottawa Senators have shaken up their scoring lines, moving Cory Conacher to the wing with Jason Spezza and dropping Bobby Ryan to play with Kyle Turris and Clarke MacArthur. For his part, Spezza is coming off back-to-back three-point games and, considering I noted how he was getting eaten up possession-wise early in the year, its at least positive that hes putting up points. Those possession stats can still get better. What may be more intriguing is what comes from the second line, where Turris and MacArthur have already been posting top-drawer possession stats, so Ryan adds some finishing skill to that line. 10. As the Edmonton Oilers were going through some concern over their goaltending, given Devan Dubnyks slow start, the rumour mill hit overdrive and prompted a question from TSN radio host Dave Naylor to TSN Insider Darren Dreger about whether the Oilers would consider a Nail Yakupov-for-James Reimer deal. Dregers response stunned me because, as much as James Reimer doesnt need to be moved out at the earliest possible opportunity, if he would bring the Maple Leafs a 20-year-old who was the first overall pick less than a year-and-a-half ago, I couldnt imagine the justification for passing it up. Hes not proven? Yakupov is more proven than Leafs D Morgan Rielly and Im sure that the Leafs would deal Reimer before surrendering Rielly. The other part of any Oilers goaltender trade talk is that many of the names mentioned -- Reimer, Brian Elliott, Michal Neuvirth -- arent necessarily an upgrade on the guy they already have. Certainly not a significant enough upgrade to sacrifice a potential game-breaking goal-scorer. In any case, Dubnyk stopped 37 of 40 shots against the Islanders Thursday, so he may not be the Oilers only concern. 11. 25-year-old Oilers rookie C Mark Arcobello has stepped into Edmontons lineup and made an immediate impact, with eight assists in eight games, playing more than 21 minutes in each of the last two games. The question, when trying to assess Arcobellos contributions going forward, is where he will fit on the depth chart once Sam Gagner returns from his broken jaw. If the Oilers are already having trouble finding room for scorers in their top six, how will they sort out the lineup to keep Arcobello in a productive spot? 12. Its always worth watching who the Islanders are playing with John Tavares. Lately, its been RW Kyle Okposo and LW Michael Grabner, leaving Matt Moulson to skate with Peter Regin and Cal Clutterbuck. If thats Moulsons destiny this season, then hell be hard-pressed to have a fourth 30-goal season. 13. Wild G Josh Harding has been outstanding (1.15 GAA, .946 SV%, 6 GP), seeing more action with Niklas Backstrom injured. Backstrom played too much last season, getting into 42 of 48 games, so if Harding is a strong option, that could balance the playing time scales somewhat. If Harding could handle 30-plus starts at a high level, well, that would improve Minnesotas playoff chances. 14. The Bruins have demoted Brad Marchand to the third line, moving Reilly Smith into a spot on the wing with Patrice Bergeron and Loui Eriksson. Smith has three points in the last three games, including the game-winning goal in the final minute, as he played a season-high 14:56 against the Florida Panthers Thursday night. 15. Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville was lamenting Chicagos lack of offence after a 3-2 shootout loss to St. Louis Thursday. 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He had been recalled from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton hours before the contest as a replacement for Paul Martin, who sat out with an illness. ' ' '

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