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SPORT-SCAN DAILY BRIEF

NHL 4/6/2013


Anaheim Ducks

668293 Ducks can't climb out of early hole in 3-1 loss to Dallas

668294 No captain, woe captain: Without Ryan Getzlaf, Ducks fall 3-1 to Dallas

Boston Bruins

668295 Chris Kelly’s comeback with Bruins almost complete

668296 Bruins coach Claude Julien lists Chris Kelly as 'day to day'

668297 Bruins turn attention to first-place battle with Canadiens

668298 Jagr, 41, new kid on block, shows flashes of agelessness

668299 Time for B’s to come up strong

668300 Kelly set to return?

668301 Buckley: Tuukka Rask is Bruins' best goalie for Cup run



Buffalo Sabres

668302 Conacher’s adventure continues

668303 Ott is sad about deals

668304 Flynn, Hecht end droughts to fuel Sabres’ rally

668305 Postgame audio: A big third period after a tough couple of days

668306 Larsson set to make Amerks debut, with Hackett backing up Leggio

668307 Conacher hits town sooner than he planned

668308 Ott on Darcy selling rather than buying: 'You always want to have hope'

668309 Rochester Amerks fall to Lake Erie Monsters

668310 New Amerks Johan Larsson, Matt Hackett get adjusted in Rochester


Calgary Flames

668311 Kipper's brilliance not enough for Flames

668312 Glencross not going anywhere

668313 Flames lose despite Kiprusoff's best efforts

668314 Calgary defensive core looking to step it up a bit as the Flames head into San Jose to take on the Sharks

668315 Feaster clarifies playoff comment


Carolina Hurricanes

668316 Canes waiting for good break to come their way

668317 DeCock: No dramatic changes planned for struggling Canes

Chicago Blackhawks

668318 Hawks getting their rest

668319 Saturday's preview: Blackhawks at Predators

668320 Sharp, Bolland out vs. Predators

668321 Taste of the ordinary isn’t the end for Blackhawks

668322 Here’s hoping Welsh-Ryan makeover isn’t far away

668323 Saad has a lot in common with ex-Hawk Secord

668324 Sliding Hawks still eyeing No. 1 seed

668325 Saad's progress no surprise to his old coach

668326 Bolland, Sharp not traveling to Nashville

668327 Blackhawks notes: From Blues to Preds, adding Handzus

Colorado Avalanche

668328 Colorado Avalanche at Phoenix Coyotes: Game preview

668329 Jamie McGinn back to playing physically for Avalanche

668330 Avalanche's late rally not enough in overtime loss to Red Wings

668331 Avs push old rival, lose to Detroit 3-2 in overtime

Columbus Blue Jackets

668332 Blues 3, Blue Jackets 1: Jackets take step back

668333 NHL: Blue Jackets fall to Blues


Dallas Stars

668334 Heika: Alex Chiasson part of new era Stars players that have opportunity to contribute as season winds down

668335 Alex Chiasson's first NHL goal earns him the first star in Dallas Stars' win over Ducks

668336 Youngsters Alex Chiasson, Lane MacDermid, lead Dallas Stars past Ducks

668337 Neither Lane MacDermid nor dad Paul knew about strange date that now bonds their careers

668338 Dallas Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen in midst of long consecutive starts streak

668339 Sheldon Souray thankful for the Dallas Stars embracing him when was there

668340 Chiasson's first NHL goal lifts Stars over Ducks


Detroit Red Wings

668341 Red Wings coach Mike Babcock makes changes on defense but stays with Jimmy Howard for tonight's game

668342 Detroit 3, Colorado 2 (OT): Pavel Datsyuk's two goals help Red Wings get two points

668343 Red Wings' Danny DeKeyser keeps nerves in check in NHL debut

668344 Detroit Red Wings 3, Colorado 2 (OT): Pavel Datsyuk tips in game-winner

668345 Red Wings' Dan DeKeyser makes lineup debut

668346 Dan DeKeyser's Red Wings debut comes on winning note

668347 Pavel Datsyuk's overtime goal earns Wings split on road

668348 Red Wings defenseman Danny DeKeyser excited, not nervous, prior to NHL debut tonight

668349 Red Wings' Brendan Smith is healthy scratch; Damien Brunner (day-to-day) remains out

668350 Red Wings defenseman Kyle Quincey looking forward to return to lineup, homecoming in Colorado

668351 Detroit Red Wings Gameday: Will veteran forward Valtteri Filppula re-sign in Detroit?

668352 Detroit Red Wings Mike Babcock is NHL's best coach, according to poll

668353 Red Wings' Danny DeKeyser impresses coaches, teammates during 'solid' NHL debut

668354 Red Wings reunite Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg, reap the benefits with OT win over Colorado

668355 Pavel Datsyuk scores his second goal of the game, late in overtime, to lift Red Wings past Avalanche


Edmonton Oilers

668356 Edmonton Oilers ready to bounce back from loss to Vancouver Canucks

668357 Edmonton Oilers find themselves in familiar territory with NHL playoffs chase

668358 Newest Oiler Jerred Smithson hasn’t made a major mistake on a goal against all year

668359 Sam Gagner and Magnus Paajarvi are slumping again for Edmonton Oilers

668360 Where the Edmonton Oilers stand: NHL Western Conference watch April 5

668361 After the loss to the Vancouver Canucks, Edmonton Oilers refocus on climbing into playoff position

Florida Panthers

668362 Stephen Weiss excited to watch Nick Bjugstad with Florida Panthers

668363 Florida Panthers’ Jacob Markstrom is finding a groove

668364 CROSSING PATHS: Nick Bjugstad Follows Stephen Weiss with Florida Panthers

668365 Bjugstad set to make NHL debut after solid first practice Friday

Los Angeles Kings

668366 Kings still believe in Jonathan Quick

668367 April 5 practice quotes: Darryl Sutter

668368 April 5 practice quotes: Brad Richardson

668369 Quick Saturday, Bernier Sunday?

668370 Waking up with the Kings: April 5

668371 Derek Forbort signs, will join Manchester

Minnesota Wild

668372 Wild tries to battle through fatigue

668373 Minnesota Wild: Fatigue to blame for three-game skid


Montreal Canadiens

668374 Habs’ Gallagher thrives in a land of NHL giants

668375 Ryder understands both sides of Habs-Bruins rivalry

668376 Habs season-ticket holder happy with his view from above

668377 Habs and Bruins both missing key players

668378 Back to the future for Ryder 2.0 with Habs

668379 Habs, Bruins missing key players for showdown

668380 Habs given day off before facing Bruins



Nashville Predators

668381 Nashville Predators' playoff hopes slipping away

668382 Preview: Predators vs. Chicago Blackhawks

668383 Nashville Predators' Pekka Rinne to start rest of season



New Jersey Devils

668384 Are Devils killing Adam Larsson's confidence by sitting young defenseman?

668385 For Devils' Steve Sullivan all signs pointed to returning to New Jersey

668386 Devils' Pete DeBoer thinks Ilya Kovalchuk will return in time to aid playoff push

668387 Steve Sullivan and Devils await Toronto Maple Leafs

668388 Tom Gulitti: Larsson needs to play more next season

668389 Devils need to make push without Kovalchuk

New York Islanders

668390 Islanders lose to Capitals in shootout, but pass Rangers, Devils in standings

668391 Frans Nielsen-Josh Bailey-Kyle Okposo a line that matters for Islanders


New York Rangers

668392 Newcomer to Penguins Beats Lundqvist and Rangers in Shootout

668393 Jokinen Leads Penguins by Rangers 2-1 in Shootout

668394 Late goal from Rick Nash not enough as NY Rangers fall to Pittsburgh Penguins in shootout, but pick up critica

668395 Derick Brassard fitting in with NY Rangers, talks French with teammate Martin Biron

668396 Marc Staal travels with NY Rangers but still not skating, J.T. Miller rehabbing wrist, lineups, Tortorella A.M

668397 Rangers notes: Lundqvist pulls hamstring

668398 Rangers’ new lineup battles for point vs. Penguins

668399 Rangers fall to Penguins in shootout

668400 Rangers lose to Pens in shootout but get a point

668401 It’s Go Time! … Rangers at Penguins

668402 Schedule update: April 21 vs. Devils now a 3 p.m. start

668403 Rangers at Pittsburgh tonight: pregame notes

668404 Penguins 2, Rangers 1 (shootout): Post-game notes



Ottawa Senators

668405 Senators trampled in Buffalo

668406 Senators prediction panel: Game 37

668407 Buffalo Sabres too much for homesick Ottawa Senators

668408 Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson dresses as backup to Robin Lehner in return from injury

Philadelphia Flyers

668409 No trial for Flyers' prospect

668410 Flyers are aiming at .500 in Winnipeg

668411 Mason needs to rediscover Hitch magic

668412 Mason ready to leave the past behind

668413 Players see upside in Mason trade

668414 Holmgren confident Mason can bounce back

668415 Flyers rally for third straight win

668416 Despite injury bug, Flyers making postseason push

668417 Holmgren optimistic Timonen will play vs. Jets

668418 Flyers refuse to let injuries stand in way


Phoenix Coyotes

668419 Post-trade core for Phoenix Coyotes isn’t giving up on playoff race

668420 Call-ups have immediate impact for Coyotes

668421 Flu bug fails to slow Phoenix Coyotes during their playoff push



Pittsburgh Penguins

668422 Behind Fleury, Pens snap skid

668423 Penguins notebook: Neal appeared to be knocked out, Dupuis says

668424 Penguins beat Rangers, 2-1, in a shootout

668425 Jokinen near perfect in Penguins' debut to spark win over Rangers

668426 Things will be even tighter in May for the Penguins

668427 Penguins notebook: Crosby's path to recovery remains unclear

San Jose Sharks

668428 San Jose Sharks will be without Raffi Torres, Scott Hannan verse Calgary

668429 San Jose Sharks rally for seventh consecutive win

668430 Sharks rally past Flames with late goal

668431 Torres: 'What I do on the ice is not who I am off the ice

668432 Are Sharks moves more focused on future than present?

668433 Sharks-Flames at a glance

668434 Sharks' rapid climb continues

668435 Kurz's Instant Replay: Sharks 2, Flames 1

668436 Sharks sign two NCAA free agents


St Louis Blues

668437 Blues updates: Allen starts in goal tonight

668438 Rookie Tarasenko has yet to graduate to Class of 4-on-4

668439 Blues dare to be different, defeat Blue Jackets

668440 Blues find a way to keep their win streak going


Tampa Bay Lightning

668441 Lightning’s Bishop moving on to next one

668442 Game preview: Lightning-Islanders

668443 Thompson eager for Lightning return

668444 With D Hedman injured, Matt Taormina is called up from AHL Syracuse

Toronto Maple Leafs

668445 Mirtle: Carlyle not prepared to call Lupul injury a concussion

668446 Toronto Maple Leafs: Injured Joffrey Lupul won’t play Saturday

668447 NHL: Roberto Luongo all the talk post-deadline day

668448 Toronto Maple Leafs vs. New Jersey Devils: Saturday NHL game preview

668449 Leafsbeat: Anatomy of a trade, power shift, teaching John Pohl a lesson.

668450 Toronto Maple Leafs’ Joffrey Lupul suffers yet another injury

668451 Maple Leafs' O'Byrne eager to get going

668452 Lupul out of Leafs lineup again

668453 Flyers crunch Leafs and numbers

668454 Maple Leafs coach wants more from Frattin

668455 Joffrey Lupul misses Leafs practice a day after suffering hit to the head

668456 Jay Rosehill on fighting former Leafs teammate Colton Orr: ‘It’s always different on the ice’

Vancouver Canucks

668457 Canucks’ Zack Kassian’s bad dangle nets him new nickname after failing to 'Bure' scoring chance

668458 Canucks’ cap crunch could cut out Mason Raymond

668459 Canucks’ ‘emotional’ Luongo has no regrets about comments, focused on next ‘two, hopefully three months’

668460 Vancouver Canucks – The Reality of a Team that Couldn’t

668461 I Watched This Game: Canucks vs Edmonton Oilers, April 4, 2013

668462 Zack Kassian comes clean on his bad dangle vs Oilers

668463 Canucks owner is planning to retire Bure’s number

668464 Soft-J Jensen gets his ticket stamped for a trip back to Chicago

668465 Three injured Canucks close in on a return, but one of them is not Ryan Kesler

668466 Canucks Hat Trick: Lace ‘em up, Pavel. You’re going in.

668467 Fan ovation for Pavel Bure may tip scales in raising Russian rocket’s jersey to the rafters

668468 Luongo turns his attention to getting ready to do his job, whenever the call may come


Washington Capitals

668469 Washington Capitals’ Mike Green is finally returning to form

668470 One-timers: Caps take over first in Southeast; Martin Erat debuts

668471 Braden Holtby stellar with 35-save outing against Islanders

668472 Mike Green got a haircut

668473 Braden Holtby ‘always wants the ball’ for Capitals



Websites

668489 ESPN / Need to know: Here come the Capitals

668490 ESPN / Rumblings: Bolts score with goalie Bishop

668491 ESPN / No concussion symptoms for Crosby

668492 NBCSports.com / Buffalo columnist says GM Regier shouldn’t get to rebuild team

668493 NBCSports.com / Ott: ‘Tough’ to watch Sabres sell at deadline

668494 NBCSports.com / Luongo: ‘I was emotional and I said what I said’

668495 YAHOO SPORTS /Discovering Columbus: With John Davidson and Marian Gaborik, Blue Jackets headed in right direct


Winnipeg Jets

668474 New run of Jets licence plates will include those for motorcycles

668475 Byfuglien on defence as Jets try to regain lost ground

668476 Updated: A 'miracle' Redmond back on ice: doctors

668477 Survey 'first step' to check viability True North testing appetite for WHL team in city

668478 Jacob's ladder starts here

668479 'I feel LUCKY to be here'

668480 Big Buff back in his comfort zone

668481 Stop me if you've heard this before

668482 box-SAT-division

668483 Redmond's doctor finds recovery 'nothing short of a miracle'

668484 TaitJetsFlyersGD

668485 Jets’ Alex Burmistrov relieved he’s staying put

668486 Zach Redmond back on the ice for Jets after gruesome skate cut

668487 Jets need home ice magic

668488 Shades of Thrashers past for Jets?

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668293 Anaheim Ducks

Ducks can't climb out of early hole in 3-1 loss to Dallas

The Stars score three times in the first period against goalie Viktor Fasth and short-handed Anaheim. Andrew Cogliano scores the Ducks' only goal.

By Lance Pugmire

11:08 PM PDT, April 5, 2013

Goalie emergencies struck the Ducks on Friday.

The Dallas Stars scored three goals against Ducks goaltender Viktor Fasth in a first-period span of just more than 10 minutes en route to a 3-1 victory at Honda Center.

Hours earlier, when it appeared no one in the organization was capable of taking the bench as Fasth's backup, the Ducks for the second time this season summoned an emergency substitute after Jonas Hiller was ill and ruled out.

The Ducks' evening was also tainted by the absence of captain Ryan Getzlaf (13 goals, 30 assists), who did not play after suffering an apparent right leg injury in Wednesday's victory over Dallas. Getzlaf is day to day, Coach Bruce Boudreau said.

Dallas (17-17-3) jumped at the void, with left wing Lane MacDermid rushing down the ice and whipping a shot past Fasth 9:03 into the game.

The Ducks (25-8-5) had beaten Dallas twice this week, and answered 18 seconds later with Andrew Cogliano scoring his 12th goal of the season on a behind-the-net pass from David Steckel.

With the Ducks on a power play later in the period, Fasth then made the mistake of leaving the net to try to sweep the puck up ice, only to see Dallas left wing Eric Nystrom outrace him to it and score.

"Obviously, I misread the speed of the puck and overrated my skating ability," Fasth said.

Stars right wing Alex Chiasson scored his first goal of the season with 48 seconds remaining in the period. The Ducks have been outscored, 39-29, in the first period this season.

Friday's deficit left them reduced to the consolation of near misses.

Three times during the first half of the third period the Ducks made intense scoring efforts, only to see Cogliano's raised arms on a net rush deflated by an official's waving arms of a no-goal.

New addition Matthew Lombardi was also denied up close and Teemu Selanne struck the post to the right of Stars goaltender Kari Lehtonen to heighten the aggravation.

"We missed some grade-A chances," Boudreau said.

The only Duck to leave the arena with a warm heart was Hiller's emergency replacement, Rob Laurie, 42, of Corona.

Laurie was the starting goaltender for the inline hockey Anaheim Bullfrogs on July 2, 1993, in the first- professional sporting event at the arena.

Because minor league call-up Igor Bobkov had to board a cross-country flight from Norfolk, Va., earlier Friday, the Ducks felt it was necessary to sign Laurie to a one-day professional tryout contract, his ties to the team based on some practice work he did last season spelling Hiller for playing 73 regular-season games.

With the Bullfrogs, Laurie paced the team to a league championship in 1993. He now is division manager of a goalie supply company in Santa Ana.

Friday, he glanced up at a smiling Selanne in the dressing room to hear the Ducks' legend say, "First game in the NHL!"

Laurie's short stint on the bench ended in less than four minutes.

Bobkov arrived in Orange County in the hour before Friday's 7 p.m. face-off time, and was dressed and ready quickly.

"Corey Perry gave me the wink to go on out to the bench," Laurie said of the Ducks' wing. "So I went out there. I was just trying to soak it all in and pretend it's real."

LA Times: LOADED: 04.06.2013

668294 Anaheim Ducks

No captain, woe captain: Without Ryan Getzlaf, Ducks fall 3-1 to Dallas

By Elliott Teaford, Staff Writer

Posted: 04/05/2013 10:23:45 PM PDT

Updated: 04/06/2013 12:03:17 AM PDT

Maybe there's something to Bruce Boudreau's MVP campaign, after all.

Ryan Getzlaf couldn't play Friday because of a lower-body injury and the Ducks looked lost without their leading scorer and team captain. They suffered a 3-1 loss to the Dallas Stars at the Honda Center in their final tuneup before Sunday's showdown with the Kings.

Boudreau, the Ducks' coach, juggled his lines early and often in an unsuccessful attempt to find a winning combination with Getzlaf sitting out for the first time this season. The absence of Getzlaf and his 43 points (13 goals, 30 assists) created a void that couldn't be filled.

"I think everywhere, from leadership in the (dressing) room to the power play, for sure, to the line stability," Boudreau said when asked where the Ducks missed Getzlaf the most. "He's a huge part of our team. But we should be good enough (to win)."

Boudreau couldn't say whether Getzlaf would play Sunday against the Kings.

"It's day-to-day," he said. "We're going to see how he is at practice. No one wants to play more than Ryan, but I think at this stage we want him to be 100 percent. We don't want anything to linger. As big a game as we think this is Sunday, we want to make sure Ryan's ready before he goes out."

Getzlaf was injured during a third-period collision with Dallas' Jamie Benn along the boards Wednesday, when he scored a goal and had two assists and generally seemed to be toying with the overmatched Stars during the

Ducks' 5-2 victory.

At game's end Wednesday, Boudreau lauded Getzlaf for his play this season, calling him his pick as the NHL's MVP. The Ducks, second in the Western Conference, certainly realized what they were missing when they tried to play without him Friday against the 13 th-place Stars.

Boudreau shifted Saku Koivu into Getzlaf's spot between wingers Corey Perry and Bobby Ryan on the Ducks' Big Line. He moved newly acquired center Matthew Lombardi between Teemu Selanne and Daniel Winnik and teamed David Steckel with Matt Beleskey and Andrew Cogliano.

The Ducks seemed to have everything going their way after Cogliano countered a goal by Dallas' Lane MacDermid - which came 9:03 into the first period - by scoring 18 seconds later to tie the score 1-1.

Emerson Etem then had a crowd of 16,884 roaring after a one-sided fight with the Stars' Antoine Roussel and the Ducks went on a power play.

Instead of surging, the Ducks slumped.

Eric Nystrom scored a shorthanded goal after goalie Viktor Fasth charged out of his net in a futile attempt to corral a loose puck along the half-wall. Nystrom beat Fasth to the puck and fired a shot from the left wing into the back of an empty net for a 2-1 lead for Dallas at 13:54.

Then, in the closing moments of the first period, Alex Chiasson scored to make it 3-1 for Dallas.

Fasth accepted full responsibility for his misplay on Nystrom's goal.

"They were clearing the puck out of their zone and, obviously, I misread the speed of the puck, or maybe I over-estimated my skating ability," Fasth said, smiling faintly. "No, I mean, you guys and me know it was a bad decision by me. I've got to learn from it and do it a different way next time."

Fasth was in goal for the Ducks' victories over the Stars on Monday in Dallas and Wednesday at the Honda Center. He couldn't complete the hat trick Friday, even though he made several quality saves and kept the Ducks within striking distance late in the game.

The Ducks outshot the Stars 10-3 in the final period, but couldn't beat Kari Lehtonen.

In the end, the game was lost at the start rather than the finish.

"Just breakdowns that we can't have," Cogliano said. "It seems like every time we lose a game it's because of the first period. I think that plagued us again. A couple of those goals were just breakdowns. When you let teams skate in the middle of the ice bad things happen."

LA Daily News: LOADED: 04.06.2013

668295 Boston Bruins

Chris Kelly’s comeback with Bruins almost complete

By Michael Vega

Globe Staff / April 5, 2013

WILMINGTON — The sight of Chris Kelly skating along with Rich Peverley, Jay Pandolfo, and Kaspars Daugavins came as yet another encouraging sign for the Bruins, who welcomed his return to his first full practice Friday at Ristuccia Arena.

After he participated in a morning skate Thursday, Kelly joined the Bruins for a spirited workout at Ristuccia in preparation of Saturday night’s Northeast Division showdown in Montreal.

With a win, the fourth-place Bruins (52 points) would leapfrog the Canadiens (53) in the Eastern Conference — as well as Washington, the Southeast Division leaders with 38 points — and land in second place.

“Yeah, he’s moving in the right direction,’’ Bruins coach Claude Julien said of Kelly. “It’s nice to see him back with us.’’




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