Friday, January 9, 2009

NHL news and notes from the day

-Patrice Bergeron has vowed to be back in the Bruins lineup before the season is out. He's been out a few weeks now with his second concussion in as many years.

-Ottawa coach Craig Hartsburgh has toned down his critisism of star players Daniel Alfredsson and Jason Spezza a day after saying that the pair had "cost them the game" against Boston thursday night.

-Mikhail Grabovski has been suspended 3 games for abuse of officials after pushing a linesman in last nights 6-2 loss to the Montreal Canadians. He and Hab Sergei Kostitsyn had been vehimently trying to go after each other with less then 2 minutes to play and had to be restrained by referees.

-Mats Sundin(I've heard just about enough about this guy) will be making his home debut for the Vancouver Canucks.

-A Oilers sniper Ales Hemsky has been place on IR.

-The Young Stars have been announced by the nhl for the Sophmore vs. Rookie game the night before the All-Star games. The Rosters include Bryan Little, Mason Raymond, Devin Setoguchi, Andrew Cogliano, Erik Ersberg, Niklas Backstrom, Steve Mason, Luke Schenn, Drew Doughty, Kris Versteeg, Blake Wheeler, Patrik Berglund, James Neal, Micheal Frolik, Mikkel Boedker, Steven Stamkos, Marc Staal, Kris Letang, Milan Lucic, and Brandon Dubinskey.

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