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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

News You Can Use Late in the Day

1. Team Canada has an intra-squad game tonight, which is expected to draw many spectators.
2. Bob McKenzie blogs to clarify a trade rumor attributed to him.
3. Stamkos and Tavares are looking to be the first 17 year olds since 2001 to make the World Junior team.
4. Pierre Lebrun wonders if Sidney Crosby can win the Lionel Conacher award.
5. Mathieu Schneider and Francois Beauchemin are drawing the most interest as the Ducks look to make a trade.
6. Craig Hartsburg has the task of weeding out the best of the best.
7. A look at Germany's Under-20 team.
8. Milan Lucic says thats its tough being out of the lineup
9. Double OT says the Lightning must make a deal.
10. Marc-Andre Fleury is out 6-8 weeks with a high ankle sprain.
11. Team Christmas from Inside College Hockey.
12. The Hockey News blog notes that the Penguins have a goalie problem.
13. Sergei Samsonov headlines the group of NHL forwards still looking for their first goal.
14. Taking Note tells us that former Red Wing goalie Greg Stefan is the new head coach of the Plymouth Whalers.
15. 6 Former USHL'ers are up for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award.
16. Michael Farber of SI says that the NHL has the power to get its product back on ESPN.
17. Fanhouse notes that Hillary Duff has a thing or two to learn about hockey.
18. Mark Recchi has something to prove.
19. Allan Muir thinks the NHL should allow teams to have first dibs on homegrown talent. I am sure Atlanta is thrilled!
20. In case you missed it, check out this sick goal.
21. SI's Power Rankings.
22. The Oilers are scoring in bunches now, but also letting in a steady stream of goals.
23. Pascale Leclaire's play has cooled considerably.
24. The undrafted Jason Jaffray is on his way to NHL, joining the Canucks in California.
25. Leland Irving wants the #1 job with Team Canada.

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