Short Shifts - Page 16

Erik Cole Out 4-6 Weeks

Carolina Hurricanes forward Erik Cole will miss four to six weeks after fracturing a bone in his left leg. Cole was hit at the blueline, Saturday night, by Bruins defenceman Dennis Wideman.  The two players’ ... Continue reading →

Andrei Markov Out 2-4 Months

ouch…Montreal Gazette and a ton of other sources are reporting this morning that Montreal Canadiens defenceman Andrei Markov could miss up to 4 months and will at least miss 2 months after having surgery to repair ... Continue reading →

Introducing: Team Lineups and Daily Starting Goalies

After the final 23-man rosters were announced on Wednesday, the team has been hard at work researching Team Lineups for every team in the NHL – including powerplay units! We understand how hard it ... Continue reading →

Blue Jackets Trade For Stralman

The Columbus Dispatch reports the Blue Jackets have traded a 3rd round pick in 2010 to the Calgary Flames for defenceman Anton Stralman. Stralman, 23, has a strong upside and the Jackets hope he can become the ... Continue reading →

Stalberg In, Bozak Out For Leafs

As Leafs coach Ron Wilson indicated last night in his post game press conference, Viktor Stalberg will be on the teams opening day roster. Tyler Bozak will be sent down before the regular season opener ... Continue reading →

Duchene Makes The Cut

Duchene Makes The Cut

Matt Duchene, the 18 year old center that was taken 3rd overall in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, will be on the Colorado Avalanche’s opening day roster. The Avs made their final cuts today and unlike ... Continue reading →

Leafs Make the Right Move, Return Kadri to Knights

With the the Leafs regular season set to start on Thursday against Montreal, the team announced roster cuts today which included their 7th overall draft pick Nazem Kadri being returned to the London Knights of ... Continue reading →

Hossa Weighs In on Injury

Marian Hossa was not on the plane Friday when the Blackhawks departed for Europe.  Hossa caused quite the uproar this offseason, electing to go under the knife after signing the biggest contract in Blackhawks history (12 ... Continue reading →

Flames Release Fleury

Poor guy.  We were all hoping he’d get to suit up for at least one regular season game but unfortunately he’s not going to be a part of the Flames plans moving forward.  ... Continue reading →

Breezer Leaves Her Hanging

After 1009 games, 98 goals and 322 assists, defenseman Patrice Brisebois will announce his retirement from the NHL. He spent 16 of his 18 years in Montreal, including a Cup win in 1993, and was derided as much for his big-money ... Continue reading →