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While Shanny and everyone else were ******** about Marchand's hipcheck, the Boston Bruins learned that Dick Peverley will be out 4-6 weeks with an MCL sprain thanks to an awful knee-on-knee hit from Hal "Pylon" Gill. From the Bruins:Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today that forward Rich Peverley will be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a third degree MCL sprain in his right knee during the club’s game against the Montreal Canadiens on February 15.
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In the eyes of a few general mangers out there - if you wait for it, you're going to lose it. Such was the case this afternoon as the another domino fell in the trade winds as the Nashville Predators acquired Montreal defenseman Hal Gill (& a conditional 5th round pick) for Blake Geoffrion, R. Slaney, and a 2012 second round draft pick.
The 6-foot-7 defenseman will be a...
In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Brewhouse South, we talk about Chicago’s nine-game losing streak, if the Preds can defeat the Detroit Red Wings in their own barn tonight, the Hal Gill trade that made Blake Geoffrion a fourth-generation Montreal Canadien, and we even sit down with USA Today’s Kevin Allen and tackle the Rick Nash/Jeff Carter love-fest head on.
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Moments ago, breaking news from RenHockey tweeted out that Hal Gill had been traded to the Nashville Predators. It was officially announced just moments after that as the Montreal Canadiens themselves tweeted out the specifics:
“Canadiens acquire B. Geoffrion, R. Slaney, and 2nd round draft pick in 2012 from NSH for H. Gill and...
2012 NHL deadline deals (Trades completed Feb. 16 or later) Team Gets Date Gets Team D Hal Gill
Conditional fifth-round pick (2013) Feb. 17
Read about it F Blake Geoffrion
F Robert Slaney
Second-round pick (2012) F Dominic Moore
Seventh-round pick Feb. 16
Read about it Second-round Pick (2012) D Nicklas Grossman Feb. 16
Read about it Second-round pick( 2012)
The Bruins have gotten the news on forward Rich Peverley, and while his season isn't over, the B's will be without the forward for at least a month. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli announced that Peverley has a third degree sprained MCL in his right knee and will be out for 4-6 weeks. Peverley suffered the injury on Wednesday night in Montreal when he collided with...
MONTREAL--The NHL has no hearings scheduled for today, which means that Brad Marchand will not face supplemental discipline for his clipping penalty on Alexei Emelin last night. It also appears Hal Gill will escape penalty for his leg check on Rich Peverley, which injured the ...
Boston Bruins center Rich Peverley will be sidelined four-to-six weeks after suffering a third degree MCL sprain in his right knee, general manager Peter Chiarelli announced on Friday.
Peverley suffered the injury during Wednesday's 4-3 shootout win over the rival Montreal Canadiens.
The 29-year-old Peverley has collected nine goals, 29 assists and 20 penalty minutes this season.
NHL experts wonder if the financially constrained Nashville Predators will be able to lock cornerstone defensemen Shea Weber and Ryan Suter into long-term deals.So it was a bit surprising to see Predators GM David Poile add still another defenseman with an expiring contract – big Hal Gill, who arrived from Montreal in a trade for forwards Blake Geoffrion and Robert Slaney and a...
MONTREAL (AP) - The Montreal Canadiens will have a "Geoffrion" in their lineup again.Blake Geoffrion, the grandson of Canadiens legend Bernie (Boom Boom) Geoffrion, is on his way to Montreal from Nashville along with a second-round draft pick for defenseman Hal Gill and a conditional fifth-round pick.The 23-year-old Geoffrion appeared ...
(Boston) - Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today that forward Rich Peverley will be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a third degree MCL sprain in his right knee during the club’s game against the Montreal Canadiens on February 15.
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The Boston Bruins may be atop the Northeast Division, but they haven't won back-to-back games in over a month.
Rich Peverley being injured isn't likely to help, but facing the Winnipeg Jets might.
The Bruins look to withstand Peverley's absence Friday night when they attempt to continue their dominance of the Jets franchise.
Boston (35-18-2) leads the Northeast by...