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Four times in his decade-long NHL career, shoulder problems have forced Marty Havlat to go under the blade, but he doesn't see himself as particularly susceptible or cursed.
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Inexperienced Thomas Greiss could start back-to-back games in goal this weekend if Antti Niemi is not ready to play.
Greiss won the team's season opener Saturday vs. Phoenix in his first start since March 28, 2010. he was signed as a free agent to provide depth but has been pressed into a starting role as Niemi continues to recover from having a cyst removed from his knee....
There has been a great deal of excitement in the Sharks off-season, and most it had to do with the personnel changes that GM Wilson made. Of the group new players defenseman Brent Burns came from Minnesota and his arrival has been the most anticipated.
Since his arrival we have heard plenty about how Burns will make Dan Boyle better, or more effective if you will. The reasons behind this t...
Jeremy Roenick has never been shy with his words.
Late Tuesday night, the outspoken hockey player-turned-analyst said on "NHL Overtime" on Versus that he was sick of the constant Sidney Crosby updates.
"I love watching Sidney Crosby, but aren't you guys sick of all this by now?" Roenick asked his colleagues.
"I'm sick and tired of listening to...
The Ducks open the home schedule with a matchup vs. the division rival San Jose Sharks on Friday night at Honda Center (7:05 p.m.). On Sunday vs. St. Louis (5:05 p.m.), the Ducks will pay tribute to reigning NHL Hart Trophy (MVP) winner Corey Perr...
The home opener is one of the most exciting nights of the hockey season, and the Ducks are once again doing it in style this Friday before they open the 2011-12 campaign against the San Jose Sharks at Honda Center.
Come early to the north sid...