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12/5/12 New York Rangers (14-6-4) @ Washington (14-11-1) NYR 5 – 0 WSH Boston (12-9-4) @ Winnipeg (12-10-0) BOS 5 – 2 WPG Minnesota (12-10-3) @ Phoenix (10-11-2) MIN 5 – 4 PHX SO Florida (13-9-0) @ Anaheim (14-7-4) FLA 3 – 1 ANA 12/6/12 San Jose (10-12-3) @ Philadelphia (12-11-2) SJS 6 – 2 [...]
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Connecting the dots.
I’m not one to speculate, I’m just one to use logical reasoning to come to a conclusion. Unfortunately in this post, my logical reasoning is leading to speculation, so take this with a grain of salt.
Earlier this morning, Adam Rotter at SNYRangersBlog picked up this little tidbit from the Kalpa website noting that Derek Stepan has returned to the US, stating...
Today, we’re going to take a break from CBA talk and look down the road to training camp and beyond. Call me hopeful, but this suit thinks the NHL will play a partial season. With this in mind, perhaps no other aspect of a training camp, preseason, or regular season roster is more critiqued & analyzed by fans than line combinations.
Creating line combos is everyone’s chance...
Pat Leonard at the Daily News reports that Marian Gaborik (offseason shoulder surgery), Rick Nash (aggravated groin) and Carl Hagelin (shoulder) all would be available for an early-January training camp and start to the season.
Leonard adds that Gaborik did some rehab work in Slovakia but has spent a significant amount of time recently in New York.
Finally, Leonard says that...
Larry Brooks at the New York Post reports that Rick Nash's groin injury is considered minor after medical exam.
...a lot of minor injuries forcing players home from Europe. If I was a conspiracy theorist, I'd say the players might know something regarding CBA negotiations.
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