Bleacher Creatures’ 2014 Nhl Player Plush Collectionskates To A Win With Fans Who Want To“put Their Passion In Play”

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Blues recall Lindbohm as insurance for long road trip | St. Louis

These plush toys are meant to inspire and entertain, and most of all, to let hockey fans put their passion in play. Designed for young fans and hockey fans who are young at heart, Bleacher Creatures new line of NHL plush characters features some of hockeys top stars. In addition to Crosby and Ovechkin, the new additions to the Bleacher Creatures NHL line-up include San Jose Sharks forward Tomas Hertl, and Chicago Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews. (Please see list below for entire roster of Bleacher Creatures NHL players plush.) ### NHL and the NHL Shield are registered trademarks of the National Hockey League. NHL and NHL team marks are the property of the NHL and its teams. NHL 2014. All Rights Reserved. NHLPA. Officially Licensed Product of the NHLPA. NHLPA, National Hockey League Players’ Association and the NHLPA logo are trademarks of the NHLPA and are used under license by Bleacher Creatures LLC. ABOUT BLEACHER CREATURES Bleacher Creatures is an innovative licensing manufacturer that produces a variety of childrens toys through partnerships with professional sports leagues and entertainment companies. source:

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Louis Blues general manager Doug Armstrong searches for answers while talking with reporters during his year end press conference at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on April 29, 2014. The Blues were defeated 4 games to 2 by the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference playoffs., to end their season. With defenseman Carl Gunnarsson unready to return to the lineup this weekend, the Blues elected to call up Lindbohm as insurance for Saturday and Sundays back-to-back games. Blues head coach Ken Hitchcock said in an interview posted on the Blues website that there is a really good chance the 21-year-old slots into the lineup on Sunday against Anaheim. Should Lindbohm indeed play this weekend, he would likely replace Jordan Leopold, who appears to also be the odd man out when Gunnarsson returns. The Blues were originally hopeful that Gunnarsson would play on the three-game road trip but the defenseman needs more time to get back into game shape following his offseason hip surgery. With just six healthy defensemen on the trip, the addition of Lindbohm is precautionary. The young defenseman has performed well with the Wolves, tallying a goal and an assist in three games. He also has a plus-3 rating, which is the Wolves current-roster-best. source:

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The Red Wings were badly outplayed for most of the night, but at least managed to come away with a point in the shootout loss thanks almost entirely to the play of Howard in net. #RedWings Babcock: Howie was good. Thats about it. Dana Wakiji (@FSDwakiji) October 16, 2014 2. Sometimes goalies steal games. Howard almost did it for Detroit, Hiller did do it for Calgary . Hiller stopped 49 of the 50 shots he faced in a 2-1 overtime win for the Flames, providing a nice reminder that weird things can happen in a single game and that the best team on a given night may not always win. 3. The Oilers are a bad defensive team. And shockingly, they seem to be getting worse. Add in some bad Milhouse Vanhouten-level goaltending and you have a team that has already given up 23 goals in only four games. Chances of competing for the Stanley Cup, or even a playoff spot, with that type of goal prevention? Maybe one in a million . source:

Sidney Crosby assisted on two of the Penguins goals in their 3-1 win over the Islanders. He has points in every game this year and multiple points in all but one. The race for the NHL scoring title is a marathon, but those three stars are certainly going to be threats right up to the end. All the NHL Scores Capitals 2, Panthers 1 (SO) Three Things We Learned 1. The Avalanche are probably worse defensively than we thought. We’ve all seen the advanced stats: the Avs are a terrible possession team and relied on a ton of luck last season that helped them overcome a mediocre defensive core. But man, the fall back to Earth has been brutal. Watching them flail around the net and in their own zone against the Canadiens was embarrassing, and they just can’t seem to get out of their own way right now. Patrick Roy has a lot of issues to sort out before this team goes completely off the rails. 2. Jonathan Toews joined the goal-scoring club in style . source:

NHL scores: Jonas Hiller shuts down Blackhawks; Boedker’s hat trick leads Coyotes –


4. Pittsburgh Penguins (8) Who needs James Neal? The Penguins keep rolling, keep churning. Theyre a regular-season powerhouse. It doesnt matter where they finish in these rankings, the season is defined in the playoffs. 3. Chicago Blackhawks (3) A good start, not a great one, for the Blackhawks. The team appears deep as ever, strong as ever and gifted as ever, though. 2. San Jose Sharks (10) The first hiccup came in last nights 6-5 win against Washington. And they still won. source:

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– – – Bruins 3, Red Wings 2 (shootout) Center David Krejci and right winger Reilly Smith scored in the shootout to give the Boston Bruins a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings. Krejci and Smith also scored goals for Boston in regulation while goaltender Tuukka Rask made 18 saves. Wingers Tomas Tatar and Gustav Nyquist scored for Detroit while goalie Jimmy Howard stopped 37-of-39 shots in regulation and overtime. Nyquist’s power-play goal 2:56 into the third tied the game at 2-2. – – – Flames 2, Blackhawks 1 (overtime) Calgary center Mikael Backlund’s wrist shot beat Chicago goalie Corey Crawford with 25 seconds left in overtime, giving the Flames a 2-1 win over the Blackhawks. The loss was the first of the season for Chicago (2-0-1), while Calgary (3-2-0) climbed back above .500. The Blackhawks outshot the Flames 50-19 but Calgary goalie Jonas Hiller made 49 saves for the win. – – – Coyotes 7, Oilers 4 Arizona left winger Mikkel Boedker scored his first career hat-trick and Connor Murphy and Rob Klinkhammer scored 67 seconds apart in the second period to help the Coyotes to a 7-4 victory over the Edmonton Oilers . Boedker scored the Coyotes’ first goal in the first period and flipped a backhand shot that slipped through Edmonton goaltender Ben Scrivens’ pads for an easy tally and a 5-3 lead at 9:07 of the third period. He scored an empty netter with 26.7 seconds remaining for his fifth goal of the season, one behind Rangers winger Rick Nash among NHL leaders. Edmonton, one of four winless teams in the league, is off to its worst start since losing its first four games in 1995-96. (Editing by John O’Brien) Sports & Recreation source:–nhl.html


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