Found January 21, 2012 on
Nightmare on Helm Street:
You know what time it is? Happy Hudler time!Maybe Brett Lebda could learn a thing or two about taking some time off from the NHL. Then again Lebda couldn't learn anything from his time in the NHL, other than Toronto will grossly overpay sup-par defencemen.This weeks evidence shows that Happy is a man of many talents.Follow the jump for more
Seen here taking cooking lessons, omelettes are his specialty...Nurturing his artistic side with Bob Ross...Enjoying a nice summer day off in Russia...Tiger tattoos are cool...Filling in for the local weather man. Who knew that degree in earth science would come in handy...And giving people roundhouse kicks to the face...There you have it, another installment of Happy Hudler's Excellent Adventure. Check back next week for more fun, and be sure to search our archives to revisit weeks past.
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Columbus Blue Jackets center Derek MacKenzie is questionable for Saturday's game against the Detroit Red Wings.
MacKenzie sat out Saturday morning's skate due to the flu.
The 30-year-old MacKenzie has five goals and five assists in 46 games this season.
As the Detroit Red Wings prepare to face off against the Columbus Blue Jackets tonight (7 PM EST, FSD Plus/FS Ohio/WXYT), little news is in fact excellent news. MLive’s Ansar Khan reports via Twitter that the Wings will make only one subtle tweak, inserting a player who Columbus banished to the minors last season—but they won’t see a certain former Wing tonight, either:
COLUMBUS, OHIO – The Columbus Blue Jackets have assigned defenseman David Savard to the Springfield Falcons, the club’s American Hockey League affiliate, Blue Jackets Executive Vice President and General Manager Scott Howson announced ...
Updated 3x with odd news from the KHL at 9:42 AM: Two days after the Red Wings’ 3-2 shootout victory over Phoenix catapulted Detroit to the top of the league and Central Division standings, the Wings are back in fourth place in the Western Conference, second in the Central and yet still in second place in the NHL…Which is a long-winded way of stating that the standings are a...
No amount of roses or makeup would make the Detroit Red Wings’ 3-2 shootout victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets any more or less a pig of a win, but we knew this one was going to be ugly going in. The Wings had lead to shake out of their legs after their road trip, they had little motivation and were playing a team that very literally has nothing less to lose—and is playing...
That tag line is probably what Columbus Blue Jackets think about playing the Detroit Red Wings in this wonderful 13 win season they're having so far.The last time we played a team that we should have handled easily, we ended up getting our butts whipped by four goals. But that was on Long Island and this is Joe Louis Arena, baby.And what a shocker - we get no help from the...
Just a couple quick trade hitters for you: This from ESPN's Lebrun: Nearly every buyer you talk to lists a top-six forward as an item on their wish list before the Feb. 27 trade deadline. What the trade market needs is more teams to declare themselves sellers and out of the playoff race. But it’s still too early for that. That’s what happens with so much parity in the...
Brett Lebda's back in the NHL. The Columbus Blue Jackets announced Thursday that defenseman Radek Martinek will miss the rest of the season because of post-concussion symptoms. To fill his spot on the roster, the club has signed Lebda, a veteran defenseman, to a one-year contract.
Just months after making big deal to get Jeff Carter, should Blue Jackets consider trading him?
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