Found January 03, 2013 on Hockey Fan Land:
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As the NHL lockout continues, let's take a look at how NHL players are performing in various leagues around the world.Rick Nash (New York Rangers): Nash has been struggling with the HC Davos of the Swiss League. Nash, who was aqcuired by the by the New York Rangers in the off-season, suffered a shoulder injury on September 28th. He then suffered a groin injury and returned to New York to get it checked.Joe Thornton (San Jose Sharks): Thornton, also a member of the HC Davos, is doing much better than Nash (ignoring his own goal). Jumbo Joe is tied for the team lead in points with 31 in 30 games.Jordan Eberle (Edmonton Oilers): Eberle is currently playing on the Oklahoma City Barons, the AHL affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers. He recently broke the Barons record for fastest natural hat trick. It took him less than three minutes to reach the feat. He currently is tearing up the AHL leading the league in points, with 49 in 32 games.Taylor Hall (Edmonton Oilers): Hall is also playing a...
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