Monthly Archives: December 2009

The Hockey News/The Hot List: The Hot List: Panik room

6. Nick Bjugstad, C – Blaine Bengals (Minn. HS): A towering 6-foot-5, 190-pound pivot, Bjugstad will be one to watch on the Minnesota high school circuit this year. The Golden Gophers commit already hung a hat trick on a good Roseau team and the points won’t stop there. Draft eligible in 2010. Scott Bjugstad’s nephew.…

Kings Points Leaders Since Ryan Smith Injury

Wayne Simmonds 4+4=8 Scott Parse 3+5=8 Randy Jones 3+5=8 Jarret Stoll 3+4=7 Alexander Frolov 3+2=5 Drew Doughty 3+2=5 Justin Williams 3+2=5 Dustin Brown 0+5=5 Brad Richardson 3+1=4 Jack Johnson 1+3=4 Sean O’Donnell 0+3=3 Anze Kopitar 0+3=3 Matt Greene 1+0=1 Davis Drewiske 0+1=1 Teddy Purcell 0+0=0 Raitis Ivanans 0+0=0 Peter Harrold 0+0=0 Just looking at goals:…

‘I thought the D played great’ — Iginla – Flames Insider

With their home town in a deep-freeze, the Flames, too, needed to deal with minus-28 conditions in Los Angeles. Without Robyn Regehr (missing his first game with an undisclosed injury), Staffan Kronwall was pressed into duty. And Jay Bouwmeester handled 30:45 of ice time, Dion Phaneuf 27:17. It was hardly a disaster — the Flames…

Islanders defenceman Witt hit by car; will still play tonight

New York Islanders defenceman Brendan Witt was hit by a car in Philadelphia on Tuesday, according to Newsday. But Witt reportedly picked himself up off the road and, after a few profanities, assured everyone he was all right before continuing on his way, prompting one witness to say, “it was like seeing Clint Eastwood, but…

The American Hockey League | AHL announces suspensions

The AHL also announced that Rockford IceHogs goaltender Dan Cloutier has been suspended for one (1) game as a result of his actions in a game vs. Manitoba on Dec. 6. Cloutier was suspended under the provisions of AHL Rule 51.4 after being assessed a match penalty for roughing. Cloutier will miss Rockford’s game on…

Monday Night’s Standings in Points Blown

Two points “awarded” for every loss, one point for every OTL/SOL. Lowest point total is best. In parentheses are the official (ESPN) rankings. Blues, Wild and Flames lost. Chicago 17 (3) San Jose 19 (1) Calgary 19 (4) Los Angeles 23 (5) Phoenix 23 (6) Colorado 24 (2) Nashville 24 (7) Dallas 24 (8) Detroit…

Saturday Night’s Standings in Points Blown

Two points “awarded” for every loss, one point for every OTL/SOL. Lowest point total is best. In parentheses are the official (ESPN) rankings. Chicago 17 (2) Calgary 17 (3) San Jose 19 (1) Los Angeles 23 (5) Phoenix 23 (6) Colorado 24 (4) Nashville 24 (7) Dallas 24 (8) Detroit 25 (10) St. Louis 25…

Friday Night: Standings in Blown Points

Two points “awarded” for every loss, one point for every OTL/SOL. Lowest point total is best. In parentheses are the official (ESPN) rankings. Chicago loses. Anaheim gets a “loser point.” San Jose 17 (1) Chicago 17 (2) Calgary 17 (3) Los Angeles 22 (4) Nashville 22 (6) Phoenix 23 (7) Dallas 23 (8) Colorado 24 (5) Vancouver…