2010 - Page 40

Josh Harding carried off the ice after collision (updated)

Minnesota Wild backup Josh Harding was carried off the ice during his first pre-season appearance after a collision with Blues forward Brad Boyes.  Reports indicated that Harding re-injured his hip after undergoing surgery for his ... Continue reading →

Andrei Markov slated for October return

According to Renaud Lavoie of RDS, Andrei Markov will return to the lineup in October.  This news bodes well for the team and likely for anyone who drafted the often-injured defenseman. Last season, Markov’s ... Continue reading →

Peter Mueller suffers another concussion

Anybody hoping Peter Mueller would be seeing a breakout year might instead be seeing a repeat of some of the other careers plagued by too many concussions in too short a time.  The most recent ... Continue reading →

Johan Franzen slated to miss three pre-season games

The Detroit Red Wings waited most of last season to get Johan “The Mule” Franzen back into their lineup.  This season, at the beginning of pre-season, they will have to wait at least three games ... Continue reading →

Stajan out means it’s Jokinen’s job to lose

Calgary Flames General Manager Darryl Sutter went out and signed Olli Jokinen for his second tour explaining he will score more goals with more offensive creativity surrounding him. He went out and signed Alex Tanguay ... Continue reading →

Caps extend promising netminder Michal Neuvirth

Today, the Washington Capitals re-signed young goalie Michal Neuvirth to a two-year contract with an annual cap hit of 1.15 million. Interestingly enough, his contract extends further than that of incumbent starter Semyon Varlamov who will ... Continue reading →

Most Likely to Succeed: Washington Capitals

Most likely to Succeed is our newest series which points out one player from every team and explains why that player is poised to increase their point totals. While some teams may have more than ... Continue reading →

Most Likely to Succeed: Vancouver Canucks

Most likely to Succeed is our newest series which points out one player from every team and explains why that player is poised to increase their point totals. While some teams may have more than ... Continue reading →

Most Likely to Succeed: Toronto Maple Leafs

Most likely to Succeed is our newest series which points out one player from every team and explains why that player is poised to increase their point totals. While some teams may have more than ... Continue reading →

Antti Niemi opens camp as starting goalie

For all the talk about the San Jose Sharks starting a 1a, 1b situation between Antti Niemi and Antero Niittymaki; the team will begin camp with Niemi as their bonafide number one. This sudden change ... Continue reading →