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The Hurricanes are one of the youngest teams in the league and have been incredibly coached by Bill Peters, but their goaltending is holding them back. In order to make a serious push, Carolina is going to need big improvements from goaltenders Cam Ward and Eddie Lack.
Carey Price is expected to miss “at least” one week after leaving Wednesday’s game with a right leg injury. It’s the same injury and diagnosis Price was given in late October. He missed nine games and nearly three weeks of action.
Alexander Radulov teased a potential return to the NHL as a free agent next season, but a report says the former Nashville Predator is set to sign a long-term deal with CSKA Moscow that will keep him in the KHL for the foreseeable future. Radulov has 67 goals and 209 points in 159 KHL games over the past four seasons.
Blue Jackets GM Jarmo Kekalainen isn't actively shopping 23-year-old Ryan Johansen, but he is at least listening when teams call with offers.
Jonathan Toews’ defensive ability sometimes overshadows his offensive prowess, but the Blackhawks’ captain reminded everyone how lethal he can be with the puck on his stick. On a 2-on-1, Toews elected to shoot and blew a perfectly placed wrist shot past Sharks goaltender Martin Jones.
New Jersey Devils netminder Cory Schneider has been incredible once again this season. Wednesday night, Schneider made a reach-back blocker stop that stole a goal from Blue Jackets defenseman David Savard.
It was definitely an accident, but the result was the same: Yakupov left the ice, putting no weight on his ankle after getting tangled up with Matt MacPherson after a faceoff. It's just the latest bad news for the free-falling Oilers.
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