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Michel Therrien part avec le sentiment du devoir accompli

from: Le Devoir

Pas d'autres changements majeurs, prévient Bergevin

from: Le Devoir

Michel Therrien part, Claude Julien revient

from: Le Devoir

Jaromir Jagr, d'ennemi public no 1 à légende du hockey

from: Le Devoir

À qui le trophée Calder cette saison?

from: Le Devoir

Améliorer l'aspect défensif pour générer plus d'offensive

from: Le Devoir

Le no19 de Jean Ratelle sera retiré par les Rangers de New York

from: Le Devoir

Le second règne de Julien s'amorce avec une défaite

from: Le Devoir

Une première victoire pour Claude Julien

from: Le Devoir

Le Canadien fait l'acquisition du défenseur Keegan Lowe

from: Le Devoir

Game Day: Edmonton Oilers at Tampa Bay Lightning
Edmonton Oilers (32-19-8), 72 points, at Tampa Bay Lightning (26-24-8), 60 points
from: Edmonton Sun

Netminder turns goal-scorer for Sherwood Park Crusaders
There's something about goalie goals that just make hockey fans feel all fuzzy wuzzy and googly woogly.
from: Edmonton Sun

Injured Nurse showing he's one tough customer
TAMPA -- After breaking a bone and damaging a ligament in his right ankle, it's hard to fathom how Darnell Nurse finished the game on Dec. 1 in Winnipeg before needing surgery to repair his foot.
from: Edmonton Sun

Case for the defence: Oilers are knee deep in blue-liners
TAMPA, Fla. -- Edmonton Oilers general manager Peter Chiarelli's shopping list at the NHL trade deadline wouldn't fill a cart.
from: Edmonton Sun

ACAC kicking into high gear with hockey and volleyball playoffs
Starting now, college athletes are in high gear, seeking provincial and national championships in sports that traditionally draw the most attention from students and the public.
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers will be watching Brian Boyle closely in Tampa
As he worked on a power bar even though the six-foot-six, 244-pound Brian Boyle hardly needs any added stimulus, the Tampa Bay Lightning forward tried to chew on the fact he's one of the hottest commodities with the NHL trade deadline 10 days away.
from: Edmonton Sun

Brossoit gets the start in goal against Tampa Bay Lightning
Remember when we said Cam Talbot played every night?
from: Edmonton Sun

Oilers fall 4-1 to Tampa Bay's triple threat
TAMPA -- The Tampa Bay Lightning's Triplets - Nikita Kucherov, Ondrej Palat and Tyler Johnson - provided all the thunder Tuesday against the Edmonton Oilers.
from: Edmonton Sun

Snapshots: Bowness takes to Google ... Connor's skills Crosby-like ... Helping hand ... Six degrees of Keegan Lowe
TAMPA -- Tampa Bay Lightning associate coach Rick Bowness, who has been behind an NHL bench more games than anybody else in history, surpassing Scotty Bowman a short time ago, was almost hired by Oilers when they were looking for a right-hand man for Ralp...
from: Edmonton Sun

MacEwan's Shawn Proulx leaving the ice for the links
Whenever this season ends, too soon or with the MacEwan University Griffins hoisting a trophy, forward Shawn Proulx will be able to look back on a fine collegiate hockey career and ahead at a future in golf.
from: Edmonton Sun

Edmonton Oilers need to battle complacency in push to secure NHL playoff spot
Has complacency caught up to the Edmonton Oilers? Just because they've got 72 points with 22 games left, more than they had all of last season, with a playoff spot in sight for the first time since 2006, have they taken their foot off the gas because they...
from: Edmonton Sun

WHL Roundup: Ethan Bear grills Thunderbirds
Ethan Bear has been garnering accolades all season as a dynamic offensive-defenceman.
from: Edmonton Sun

Canadian NHL teams surging as playoff race heats up
There hasn't been a Hockey Day in Canada quite like it.
from: Calgary Sun

Sens drop controversial decision to Jets
The Ottawa Senators had a chance to move into a first-place tie in the Atlantic Division with the Montreal Canadiens.
from: Calgary Sun

Calgary Flames pleased with resilience following blooper goal by Vancouver Canucks defenceman
From press-row, it sure looked like a knuckleball. From behind the plate ... er ... between the pipes, Calgary Flames netminder Brian Elliott described it a bit differently. "Probably a five-foot sinker curveball," Elliott offered. This particular pitch, ...
from: Calgary Sun

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