Found February 29, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
New Jersey Devils defenseman Henrik Tallinder's season may be in jeopardy because of his slow recovery from a blood clot.Tallinder has been sidelined since Jan. 19 when tests revealed he was suffering from a blood clot in his left leg. The club originally thought that the defenseman would miss six-to-eight weeks."It's going to be longer than that," Tallinder said Wednesday. "You think you can skate more, but you can't...I can still feel it. It's kind of like a stiffness."Tallinder will have another medical checkup around March 15 to determine if he can return this season.The 33-year-old has six assists in 39 games for the Devils this campaign.

David Clarkson-like Players are a Detriment to the NHL

David Clarkson did what he always does in last night's meeting between the New York Rangers and the New Jersey Devils at Madison Square Garden. He ran his mouth and pulled his usual antics in attempt to get the Rangers off of their game. For some reason he believes that he can singlehandedly change the focus of the entire club, and not only that, but a Blueshirts squad that isn...

Devils' Henrik Tallinder will be sidelined more than expected 6-8 weeks

Can't push himself in return from blood clot in leg

The Daily Quickie: March 1st

Devils Stuff David Clarkson and Dainius Zubrus confirmed they received warning calls Tuesday from NHL Senior Vice President of Player Safety Brendan Shanahan about incidents they were involved in Monday night against the Rangers. Zubrus said he was surprised to hear from Shanahan while Clarkson didn’t seem surprised that he got the call. No fines or suspensions handed out just...

No Suspension for Clarkson for Charge on Dubinsky

Tom Gulitti at the Bergen Record reports that there will be no hearing or suspension for David Clarkson for his charge on Brandon Dubinsky last night.Gulitti adds that the two factors that probably played into this decision was no hit to the head or injury.Clarkson will likely receive a warning call from Brendan Shanahan or a fine for the play...i agree with the no suspension. Nothing...

Devils bring new-look lines into Boston

Coach Peter DeBoer juggled his lines at practice on Wednesday hoping to spark his offense heading into Thursday's meeting with the Bruins. Dainius Zubrus, who had been centering Alexei Ponikarovsky and Steve Bernier, was moved back to right win...

New Jersey Devils (35-23-4) at Boston Bruins (37-21-3), 7 p.m. (ET)

Yet another shutout loss has dwindled Boston's lead atop the Northeast Division to just a single point. The Bruins aim to rebound this evening with their first season sweep of the New Jersey Devils in 26 years, but won't be able to do that unless they find a way to score some goals.

Looking for goals, Devils put Dainius Zubrus back with Petr Sykora, Patrik Elias

David Clarkson dropped to third line

Devils' David Clarkson won't be suspended for Brandon Dubinsky hit

Could get call from league and fine

Devils' Pete DeBoer: Warning from NHL won't tame David Clarkson

Says winger will be just as physical after call from Brendan Shanahan
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