Nhl-highlights Of Sunday’s Nhl Games – Yahoo News

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The Blackhawks (10-7-1) picked up their third win in the past four games and improved to 7-3-1 at home. Chicago broke open a 2-2 tie in the third period with a flurry of goals from Kane, center Jonathan Toews, left winger Kris Versteeg and left winger Brandon Saad. The Stars (6-8-4) lost their second consecutive game. – – – Sharks 2, Hurricanes 0 Troy Grosenick became the 22nd goalie in NHL history to record a shutout in his first start, stopping 45 shots as the San Jose Sharks beat the Carolina Hurricanes. Grosenick was recalled Wednesday after backup goalie Alex Stalock was placed on injured reserve. He got his first start after Antti Niemi played Saturday in Columbus. The Sharks (10-8-2) improved to 3-3 on their current seven-game road trip, while the Hurricanes (5-9-3) continued to be a team of streaks, losing their third straight. – – – Panthers 6, Ducks 2 Nick Bjugstad and Brad Boyes scored two goals each, leading the Florida Panthers to a commanding victory over Anaheim. Bjugstad added two assists, and Boyes had one, while Jonathan Huberdeau contributed a goal and an assist for Florida (5-4-5). The Ducks fell to 11-4-4 with the loss. – – – Coyotes 2, Oilers 1 Arizona, coming off a 5-0 victory in Vancouver, closed out their Western Canadian road swing with a win in Edmonton. source: http://news.yahoo.com/nhl-highlights-sundays-nhl-games-031416077–nhl.html

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He doesnt want pity, either. To be involved and active, I think, is important, and for me to go home and sit on the couch doesn’t make a lot of sense to me, so I’m not going to do that, Murray said. [Senators owner Eugene Melnyk] has been very strong and involved with me and anything and everything as normal. I think that that’s the way I want to operate right now. Asked about the future, he said it would depend on how he felt. Yeah, I think that theres a time when Ill retire, he said. But I see a lot of young guys coming up in our organization, and Id like to be around as they play better and better and grow up. We live our lives. You can’t hide from things, he said. Nobody wants it. I don’t want this. I’ve never been sick in my life until I got this. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/despite-cancer-battle–it-s-business-as-usual-for-senators-gm-bryan-murray—we-live-our-lives-012105494-nhl.html

Despite cancer battle, it’s business as usual for Senators GM Bryan Murray: ‘We live our lives’ – Yahoo Sports

Murray says he wants to remain involved with the Sens and is in constant contact with owner Eugene Melnyk. (AP)

“I think his focus has been excellent every day on the ice, practice days as well,” Quenneville said after practice on Wednesday. “He really seems like he’s concentrating on the next shot, the next situation. His preparation’s been excellent.” The next challenge for Crawford is helping make up for the loss of rookie defenseman Trevor van Riemsdyk, who broke his left kneecap when he took a puck off his leg during Sunday’s 6-2 victory over Dallas. The 23-year-old van Riemsdyk will have surgery on Thursday and is expected to be sidelined for three to four months. Van Riemsdyk had been a pleasant surprise for Chicago, playing mostly with David Rundblad or Michal Rozsival on the third defensive pairing. Adam Clendening was promoted from the minors on Tuesday and likely will make his NHL debut on the upcoming road trip. Quenneville could slot Clendening into van Riemdsyk’s spot, or he might tinker with his top four defensemen to spread out his most reliable players. The Blackhawks also are playing without forward Patrick Sharp, who had a team-high 34 goals last season and is out with a lower-body injury. The team said Sharp would miss three to four weeks after he was hurt Nov. 4, and Quenneville has stuck with that timeline when asked about the winger. source: http://stats.chicago.cbslocal.com/nhl/preview.asp?g=2014112003

 

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