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Wednesday night’s “points-blown” standings update

Two points “awarded” for every loss, one point for every OTL/SOL. Lowest point total is best. In parentheses are the official (ESPN) rankings. Calgary 15 (3) Chicago 15 (2) San Jose 16 (1) Colorado 22 (4) Los Angeles 22 (5) Nashville 22 (6) Detroit 22 (10) Phoenix 23 (7) Dallas 23 (9) Columbus 23 (8)…

Schenn, Teubert, Kozun, Deslauriers and Jones make Team Canada’s Junior Team Selection Camp Roster

GOALIES Jake Allen, Montreal (QMJHL) St. Louis, ’08 (2, 34) Matt Hackett, Plymouth (OHL) Minnesota ’09 (3, 77) Martin Jones, Calgary (WHL) L.A. ’08 (FA/JA) Olivier Roy, Cape Breton (QMJHL) Edmonton ’09 (5, 133) DEFENCE Jared Cowen, Spokane (WHL) Ottawa ’09 (1, 9) Calvin de Haan, Oshawa (OHL) NY Islanders ’09 (1, 12) Nicholas Deslauriers,…

In honor of the win, the “points blown” standings update:

Two points “awarded” for every loss, one point for every OTL/SOL. Lowest point total is best. In parentheses are the official (ESPN) rankings. Calgary 15 (3) Chicago 15 (2) San Jose 16 (1) Colorado 21 (4) Nashville 21 (6) Los Angeles 22 (5) Detroit 22 (10) Phoenix 23 (7) Dallas 23 (9) Columbus 23 (8)…

Standings in “Points Blown” format

Standings after tonight’s games, looking only at the number of points each team has blown out of the total points possible. Looking at the standings this way, the lowest point total is best, since it means you have blown the fewest points (a score of zero would be perfect, no losses, no OTLs or SOLs).…

Predators Pounce on Prospect – Hockey’s Future

From the Hockey’s Future archives, 6/28/2002: Despite his immense talent, Brandon Segal has had a history of being overlooked. That trend continued during the first three rounds of the National Hockey League Entry Draft in Toronto last Saturday (June 22). Segal sat in the stands at the Air Canada Centre and listened as 96 teams…

From letsgosharks: The Poppy Pin

You may have noticed Sharks head coach Todd McLellan and his staff adorning a certain accessory behind the bench on Saturday night, and again last night when the Sharks squared off against the Nashville Predators. It was a simple red flower, hung neatly on each coach’s left lapel. The red poppy, or replica of the…

Trouble brewing in Columbus – From The Rink

The Columbus Blue Jackets could leave central Ohio if the team can’t fix an economic model that is causing losses of $12 million a year, according to a report issued today by the Columbus Chamber. But a deal to keep the hockey team here and the Arena District alive — the team and the district…