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NASHVILLE, Tenn. Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi's eye still looked awful, and the contrite player who inflicted the damage, Brandon Dubinsky of Columbus, found his wallet 10,000 lighter.
That was the backdrop to several other developments. Kings Coach Darryl Sutter called out his young defense following Wednesday's practice here. And, unrelated, Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi made his second trade since the lockout ended, sending the once-promising Andrei Loktionov to New Jersey for a fifth-round draft pick in 2013.
Just another quiet day for the Stanley Cup champions.
There were indications of other moves. Sutter did more than hint at the potential adjustments if the defense didn't raise its level. Sutter hit that point when asked about 25-year-old defenseman Andrew Campbell, who was called up earlier in the day from the minors in Manchester, N.H.; defenseman Andrew Bodnarchuk was sent back.
"Hey, we need Jake Muzzin and Alec Martinez and Davis Drewiske to ...
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The New Jersey Devils acquired center Andrei Loktionov from the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for a draft pick on Wednesday.
In a rare deal between two teams that competed against each other in the Stanley Cup finals last year, New Jersey shipped a fifth-round selection in the 2013 draft for Loktionov, who will be assigned to the team's American Hockey League affiliate in Albany...
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Facing the possibility of supplemental discipline, Columbus Blue Jackets forward Brandon Dubinsky will have a hearing with the NHL on Wednesday.
The development, first reported by the Columbus Dispatch, is a result of his hit on Kings defenseman Rob Scuderi in Tuesday night's game.
Dubinsky received a five-minute major for boarding and automatic game misconduct...
Here are your “Leftgovers” from the Nashville Predators game on Thursday night against the Los Angeles Kings…
* Defenseman Jon Blum played on Bridgestone Arena ice for the first since December 28, 2011.
* Last night was center Paul Gaustad‘s 500th NHL game.
* Colin Wilson has five points (two goals, three assists) in his last two games.
* Goaltender Pekka...
Bob Miller says it best... "You can tie a guy up you don't have to run him through the boards."
I've always said you can take the guy out of the play but there is no need to try and take him out of the game too.
#Bluejackets Brandon Dubinsky will have supplementary discipline hearing 2day with#NHL for his hit on #Kings defenceman Rob Scuderi.
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The Predators finally return to the Bridgestone areana after a 7 game road trip that started January 22nd. Tuesday's 6-1 win over St-Louis ended the trip on a phenomenal fashion and is hopefully a sign of things to come. Nashville and LA faced off on the 31st and ended in an 8 round shootout that kicked off the Pred's winning...
Blue Jackets forward Brandon Dubinsky was fined $10,000 Wednesday, the maximum allowed under the new NHL collective bargaining agreement, for boarding Los Angeles defenseman Rob Scuderi in Columbus' 4-2 loss to the Kings on Tuesday. He will not be suspended.
The incident occurred at 11:29 of the second period, and set off a rash of penalties. Not long after, Dubinsky and Los...
Larry Brooks at the New York Post feels that the Rangers are having an identity crisis right now...
"Everyone understood this team would be more top-heavy following an offseason in which Rick Nash came but Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Ruslan Fedotenko and Brandon Prust departed. Everyone could see the added skill level. But the Rangers, a guts-’n-glory team if there...
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
Everyone understood this team would be more top-heavy following an offseason in which Rick Nash came but Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Ruslan Fedotenko and Brandon Prust departed. Everyone could see the added skill level. But the Rangers, a guts-’n-glory team if there ever were one, seem to be grappling for an identity in this new season...