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Thursday, November 8, 2007

News You Can Use Late in the Day

-Patrice Bergeron speaks out on hitting from behind.
-TSN is reporting that Kevin Bieska's injury is worse than originally thought.
-Scott Clemmenson has started 6-0 for the Toronto Marlies.
-Scott Niedermayer has resumed skating and could be back by December.
-The Colorado Avalance have acquired Jason Bacashihua from the St. Louis Blues for a conditional 7th round pick.
-Billy Sauer is enjoying a solid year in Ann Arbor.
-The Northwest notebook.
-Darren Dreger looks at the NHL's heavy hitters.
-Peter Chiarelli feels that Bergeron's injury could be career threatening.
-News and Notes from the CHL.
-A look at the hockey environment in Roseau, Minnesota, home of Amanda Grafstrom.
-Brian Leetch is honoured with the Lester Patrick Award.
-Fanhouse notes that Alex Ovechkin has left the door open to leaving Washington.
-Just for the Pipers, the Hockey News looks at how NHL players are taxed.
-Garth Murray and Aaron Downey have both been placed on waivers.
-Ray Emery decides that he is no longer speaking to media on game days.
-David Amber examines the Ten Best moves of the off-season.
-Canada downs the US at the 4 Nations Cup.
-Lost in Translation from the Hockey News.
-Hemsky dangles, but Oilers still lose.
-Who was the Greatest #9?
-The Penguins try and entice some female fans to come out with their Hockey and Heels Promotion.
-66 and 99 are interested in acquiring Nike/Bauer.
-More from Ben Blood's Blog.
-Phil Kessel's little brother is making a name for himself, Blake actually.
-The Blue Jackets have signed Stephan Legein to a 3-year entry level deal.

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