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Scoreboard (from last night)
Chicago 5, Winnipeg 1 - This game was on TV. Sorry, Canada.
Anaheim 6, Buffalo 3 - The Sabres are fun to watch, since their opponent win so regularly.
Philadelphia 1, New Jersey 0 - Ray Emery with the shut out. Most interesting thing to happen to him all week.
New York Islanders 3, Boston 1 - Thomas Vanek scored and had an assist. Finally.
New York Rangers 5, Carolina 1 - Embarrassing for the Hurricanes.
Tampa Bay 4, Saint Louis 2 - Alex Killorn with three points, single handedly destroying the city of St Louis. Or at least, he helped win the game.
Vancouver 4, Toronto 0 - I'm sure this game made all the headlines in Canada.
Washington 3, Florida 2 (SO) - By my math, I would guess ...
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Despite their best efforts to prevent all contact to the head, the NHL can’t control everything. Just ask Craig Anderson, who took a knee to the head from Stars rookie Valeri Nichushkin during overtime of his team’s 4-3 loss. The 6-foot-4, 196-pound winger skated hard to the net after an Ottawa turnover, but in the process of skating through several defenders, he lost his balance...
Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson is out day-to-day with a neck injury. In a scary incident, he was stretchered off the ice near the end of Sunday night’s game against the Dallas Stars after a collision. The team provided an update after practice on Monday. Head coach Paul MacLean said that “all of the test and scans whatever they did last night came back all negative...
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson was run over by Dallas Stars rookie forward Valeri Nichushkin in overtime on Sunday and was clearly in pain. Nichushkin appeared to land on Anderson’s neck, and bent it into a funny spot. Anderson was stretchered off as a precaution and appears to be okay.
Very good sign, Anderson walked by still in his gear. Snuck a look at the monitor...
The struggling (4-6-4) Ottawa Senators suffered a serious blow today when goaltender Craig Anderson was forced out of a game against the Dallas Stars. Anderson has a history of injury – he missed 18 games in 2012-13 with a high…Read more →The post Ottawa Senators: Goaltender Craig Anderson leaves game on a stretcher appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson had to be removed from the ice on a stretcher in the overtime period of Sunday nights 4-3 shootout loss to the Dallas Stars.
The injury occurred with 3:17 remaining in overtime when Stars’ forward Valeri Nichushkin made a move to cut to the front of the net on a scoring chance. It appeared as if Nichushkin was tripped up by Senators’ defenseman...
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson left the game Sunday against the Dallas Stars following a collision with Stars rookie Valeri Nichushkin at 1:44 of overtime. The Senators forced OT with 10 seconds remaining on a goal by Bobby Ryan that tied the game at 3-3.
Anderson gave a thumb's up and waved to fans in attendance at Canadian Tire Centre while leaving the ice. Robin Lehner...
The Ottawa Senators lost another game -- their fifth in a row -- to the Dallas Stars in the shootout, but the scarier result may have come before the final buzzer sounded.
A crease collision between Valeri Nichushkin and Craig Anderson in overtime ended with the latter being stretchered off the ice, the result of what appeared to be a knee to the head. Anderson gave a thumbs up...
After giving up a franchise-record 57 shots on Friday night, it would've been difficult for the Ottawa Senators to upstage that embarrassing performance in their very next game.
Turns out they were up for the challenge.
In the midst of a four-game losing streak, things got worse for the Sens before they got better. Before Craig Anderson was stretchered off the ice after a scary...
Jordie Benn scored the game winner in the shootout and the Dallas Stars defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-3 Sunday.
The game had a number of twists and turns, but perhaps the most disconcerting for the Senators was the injury to goalie Craig Anderson.
With 1:32 gone in overtime, Anderson went down hard after being hit by Valeri Nichushkin. He was taken off the ice on a stretcher after...
Week Five of the 2013-2014 National Hockey League Season is in the books; before we make way for our Week Six preview, let’s take a look back at last weeks’ news.
We went 29-15 in our game picks, elevating our season-long record to 110-66 (.625 win percentage).
Here are the top stories from last week:
Calgary Flames- Goaltender Joey MacDonald cleared waivers after...