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NHLTags: Adirondack PhantomsDanny BriereDavid LaliberteMike SmithTrenton TitansWolfsburg Grizzly AdamsOn Halloween in 2009, the Philadelphia Flyers called up prospect David Laliberte to fill in for Danny Briere, who was ailing from a groin injury. The right winger scored on his second shift in his rookie debut, a 6-1 hammering of the Carolina Hurricanes.
Two nights later, Laliberte scored the second (and what would eventually be his [...](Read more...)
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Tyler Seguin is coming home.
EHC Biel, the team that Seguin has been playing with in Switzerland during the NHL lockout, announced on Friday that the 20-year-old forward is leaving the team after the Spengler Cup, an end-of-the year tournament that finishes on Dec. 31.
“We would like to thank him for 25 goals,” the team stated, “and wish him all the best!”
Seguin led his...
Boston Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference has decided to leave his team in the Czech Republic in hopes the NHL lockout can soon end. Ference has spent his lockout playing with Ceske Budejovice HC of the Czech League, but now it appears as if he’s ready to head back to North America. Ference tweeted a message [...]
In one of the odd plays of the day, Slovakia's defenseman Richard Buri hits Canada's defensema Dougie Hamilton. Buri was only given a two minute minor on the play. Team Canada scored on the ensuing power play with a goal by Morgan Rielly assisting on the goal were Mark Schiefele and Oliers star Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.
Hamilton is a Boston Bruins first round draft choice...
Seguin Is Putting Holes In The Swiss League
As the NHL Lockout DRAGS ON and ON and ON, Bruins fans have to follow their favorite players wearing colors of teams other than the Black & Gold.
Which has been extremely PAINFUL…..
For Tyler Seguin rather than starting his third season in the NHL, he played for EHC Biel-Bienne of the Swiss League.
He not only played in the league...
The Bruins show heart and effort in beating #7 Missouri in overtime, 97-94. They, again, won't defend you but they look like they can outscore just about anyone...