Hockey Today - Jan. 16

Hockey Today - Jan. 16

Dallas acquires defenseman Jancevski
January 15th, 2008

Frisco, TX (Sports Network) - The Dallas Stars on Tuesday acquired defenseman Dan Jancevski from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for forward Junior Lessard.

The 26-year-old Jancevski, who will report to the Stars AHL affiliate in Iowa, returns to the franchise that drafted him in the second round in 1999. He played in two NHL games this season with the Lightning and spent most of his time with Norfolk (AHL). He signed a one-year deal as a free agent with Tampa this past summer and has also been a part of the Montreal Canadiens franchise.

Lessard, 27, played in two games for Dallas this season and did not record a point. The 2003-04 winner of the Hobey Baker Award -- given to the top collegiate player in the United States each year -- has played in eight career NHL games, all with Dallas. He originally signed with the Stars in 2004.

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Caps' Nylander out for season
January 15th, 2008

Washington, D.C. (Sports Network) - Washington Capitals center Michael Nylander will be sidelined for the remainder of the season following rotator cuff surgery.

The recovery period is expected to span 3-6 months.

Nylander inked a four-year contract in the offseason, and posted 11 goals and 26 assists in 40 games. His 37 points is second on the team behind Alex Ovechkin. However, the 35-year-old center has been playing with a sore left shoulder in recent weeks.

Nylander posted career highs in goals (26), assists (57) and points (83) in 79 games for the New York Rangers last season. The 14-year veteran has recorded 200 goals and 446 assists for Hartford, Calgary, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Washington, Boston and New York.

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On the Ice - Wednesday
By Judd Hall

Wednesday has a decent five-game slate on the board for us to peruse. And, who knows, even cash in on. All five matches have legitimate chances at helping shape this season’s NHL playoffs. Let’s take a look at all five.

Florida at Philadelphia

The Panthers have trudged a tough path recently, losing their last two games in Sunrise against two teams they should have beaten (Tampa Bay and Colorado). These defeats have put a damper on Florida’s playoff chances as its currently four points out of the final spot in the Eastern Conference. The Cats’ most recent loss was a 4-3 shoot out decision to Colorado on Jan. 13. And you can’t really blame Tomas Vokoun after he stopped 37 of 40 shots on goal.

Traveling on the road hasn’t been too good for Florida recently, posting a 2-6-1 mark away from home. However, the Panthers have watched the ‘under’ go 6-3-1 on the road in their past 10 games. Don’t be caught thinking that Florida is golden when playing with time off as it is 1-3 on two days rest, with all three defeats coming after a loss.

Philadelphia seems to have found its scoring touch recently, winning two of its last three games by scoring six goals in each. That has improved the Flyers recent stretch to 7-1-1 with the ‘under’ going 5-3-1. However, Philly has seen the ‘over’ hit in three consecutive fixtures.

The Panthers have not lost a game in Philly since November 2005.

Buffalo at New York Rangers

This is a game where you just have to swallow the poison as fast as possible for either side.

Buffalo has lost nine consecutive matches, with five being dropped in overtime. The Sabres’ most recent collapse came on the road at New Jersey, 3-2, on Jan. 12. While there are many reasons for Buffalo’s slide in the standings, the one that stands out to me is its poor special teams play. Lindy Ruff’s squad has tallied just two power play goals in 28 opportunities. The Sabres have seen the ‘under’ go 5-3-1 in their past nine games.

The Rangers haven’t fared much better than their counterparts from Western New York, losing six of their last seven games. What’s more peculiar about this slump is the Blueshirts have outscored their foes 251-164 in this frame. New York’s latest defeat saw it play just 20 minutes of solid offensive hockey in a 4-1 loss at Pittsburgh on Jan. 14. It should be noted that you can’t really beat too many clubs if you’re giving up a hat trick, which Evgeni Malkin scored for the Pens last Monday. New York is now 1-8 in games away from Madison Square Garden.

New York is 13-9-3 when playing after taking a day off and 8-3-2 when following up a defeat. The ‘under’ is 17-5 during that stretch as well. The Sabres, meanwhile, have had three days off. And they’re 3-6-1 when having that much time off.

One other note of interest is Henrik Lundqvist has bad luck versus Buffalo, going 1-2-1 with a 2.34 GAA in his short career.

New York Islanders at New Jersey

The Isles are in a rough spot here in a way of sorts. They picked up a nice 3-1 win at Ottawa on Jan. 13. I’ll admit that the Senators were primed for a let down in that game after beating Detroit the night before, but a win is a win for New York. That was the third time the ‘under’ had come in for the Islanders in their last five games. Ted Nolan’s crew has posted a 5-3-2 record in their last 10 road tests with the ‘under’ going 5-4-1.

New Jersey is on an 8-2 run in its last 10 games with the ‘under’ coming through in five of those matches. The Devils most recent win came on the road against Buffalo in a 3-2 shoot out on Jan. 12. They have won four straight games that have entered the shoot out round during the 2007-2008 season.

The Islanders may have won two straight on the road, but playing the Devils in Newark is a tough proposition for anyone. New Jersey has won five straight at the Prudential Center, while the ‘under’ went 3-1-1.

New York is 3-1-1 on two days rest and 2-0-1 when following up a victory. Meanwhile the Devils are 6-2 coming off of at least three days off.

Calgary at Minnesota

The Flames were due to fall into another slump and that’s exactly what is happening now after dropping their third consecutive game, a 2-1 road tilt versus Edmonton on Jan. 13. It was Calgary’s first loss away from home since Dec. 27. Mike Keenan’s crew isn’t fairing too well when playing with an advantage, logging just one power play lamp lighter out of 14 chance during this slump.

The Wild have played great against their Central Division foes, going 9-5 this year. And Minnesota is riding a three-game win streak with the ‘over’ hitting in two of those matches.

Minnesota is 5-5 when coming off of two days rest, but are just 2-4 when playing in this situation. And the Wild have won two of their last three home fixtures against Calgary.

St. Louis at Chicago

The Blackhawks were one of the biggest surprises this season. Unfortunately that good fortune fell by the wayside amidst an eight-game skid where they got outscored 33-12. Maybe Chicago’s fortunes are changing after beating the Predators on the road, 3-2, in a shoot out on Jan. 13. It was the Hawks’ first win over a Central Division squad since Dec. 26.

St. Louis has dropped two consecutive games, but have seen the ‘over’ his in its last four games. The Blues have gone 5-4-3 away from home in their last 12 road tilts. And the combined score soared over the closing number in six of those matches.

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Wednesday NHL Gameday

Jaromir Jagr and his New York Rangers will be looking to pick up their second win in January when they host the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday. Here's your NHL Gameday:

Buffalo Sabres at New York Rangers, 7:00pm ET

The Sabres are in a tailspin, having lost every game they've played since beating the Flyers back on December 22. That means Buffalo has lost nine games in a row, and they have a 1-4-5 record over their past 10 contests. The Sabres lost 3-2 in a shootout to the Devils last time out, with Daniel Paille providing both Buffalo tallies in that contest.

The Rangers haven't fared much better in the month of January - they beat the Canadiens on Saturday night, but they've lost each of their other six contests in 2008. That stretch has dropped New York into last place in the Atlantic Division. The Rangers are coming off a 4-1 loss to the Penguins on Monday, with Jagr scoring their lone goal.

Florida Panthers at Philadelphia Flyers, 7:00pm ET

Florida has lost consecutive games to the Lightning and Avalanche to drop to 20-22-4 on the season - but they're still not far out of top spot in the Southeast Division. The Panthers have won just two of seven games so far in January. Florida lost 4-3 in a shootout to Colorado on Sunday, with Tomas Vokoun allowing three goals on 40 shots.

Philadelphia is 7-1-2 over their past 10 games, and they've managed to climb back into the Top 8 of the Eastern Conference. The Flyers have lost just twice in January (and won four times), and they're coming off a 6-4 victory over the Capitals on Sunday. Mike Knuble scored two times in that victory, while Martin Biron made 28 saves off 32 shots.

Calgary Flames at Minnesota Wild, 8:30pm ET

The Flames are battling the Wild, Canucks, and Avalanche for top spot in the Northwest Division, but they lost a bit of ground in that race with some poor results over the past week. Calgary hasn't taken on rival Minnesota since back on November 13, when they pulled out a 3-2 victory. Jarome Iginla, Kristian Huselius, and Dion Phaneuf had goals.

Minnesota has won three straight games (over the Red Wings, Blackhawks, and Coyotes) to sit at 26-17-2 on the season. The Wild even managed to get their offense going over that stretch, scoring 15 goals in the three contests. Minnesota is coming off a 4-1 win over Phoenix on Sunday, with Marian Gaborik scoring his 25th of the season.

St. Louis Blues at Chicago Blackhawks, 8:30pm ET

The Blues have won just three of six games so far in January, but with two overtime losses thrown into the mix they've managed to pick up eight points over that stretch. St. Louis now sits at 22-15-6 on the season, well behind the Red Wings in the Central Division but still in playoff contention. St. Louis is coming off a 4-3 OT loss to Vancouver

The Blackhawks snapped a lengthy losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Predators on Sunday; Chicago had previously lost each of their seven January contests, and they're just 2-6-2 over their past 10 games. Robert Lang and Patrick Sharp scored against Nashville, with Sharp providing the shootout winner. Patrick Lalime picked up 35 saves.

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New York Islanders vs. New Jersey Devils

- The division rival New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils are set to renew hostilities on Wednesday when they meet at Prudential Center.

The Islanders lost 3-1 to the Canadiens last time out, as +105 underdogs at home. The four goals were UNDER the posted over/under (5.5).

Richard Park scored the lone goal for the Islanders, and Rick DiPietro made 19 saves in the loss.

Patrick Elias scored the shootout winner for the Devils in a 3-2 win over the Sabres last time out. The Devils won the game as -120 favorites, and the combined score fell UNDER the posted over/under (5).

Paul Martin and David Clarkson scored in regulation.

Current streak:
New Jersey has won 3 straight games.

Team records:
New York: 22-18-5
New Jersey: 26-15-3

New York most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 4-5-1
Before playing New Jersey are 6-4
After playing Montreal are 5-5
After a loss are 5-5

New Jersey most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 4-6
Before playing Buffalo are 9-1
After playing Buffalo are 7-3
After a win are 5-5

A few trends to consider:
NY Islanders are 5-0 SU in their last 5 games when playing New Jersey
The total has gone UNDER in 7 of the NY Islanders last 9 games when playing New Jersey
NY Islanders are 5-2 SU in their last 7 games when playing on the road against New Jersey
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of the NY Islanders last 6 games on the road
New Jersey is 5-0 SU in its last 5 games at home
New Jersey is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games
The total has gone UNDER in 7 of New Jersey's last 9 games when playing NY Islanders
The total has gone UNDER in 6 of New Jersey's last 9 games when playing at home against NY Islanders

Next up:
NY Islanders home to Philadelphia, Saturday, January 19
New Jersey home to Florida, Friday, January 18

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Florida Panthers vs. Philadelphia Flyers

- The Florida Panthers and the Philadelphia Flyers will both be trying to pick up a win on Wednesday when they battle at Wachovia Center.

The Panthers lost to Colorado 4-3 as a -135 favorite last time out. The seven goals scored went OVER the posted over/under total (5.5).

Olli Jokinen netted his 22nd goal of the season for Florida, while Nathan Horton collected a pair of assists.

The Flyers defeated Washington 6-4 as a +120 underdog last time out. The 10 goals scored went OVER the posted over/under total (5.5).

Mike Knuble scored a pair of goals for Philadelphia and Kimo Timonen added a goal and two assists in the win.

Current streak:
Florida has lost 2 straight games.

Team records:
Florida: 20-22-4
Philadelphia: 23-15-5

Florida most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 5-5
Before playing NY Rangers are 6-4
After playing Colorado are 2-2-3
After a loss are 6-4

Philadelphia most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 4-6
Before playing Tampa Bay are 6-4
After playing Washington are 3-7
After a win are 4-6

A few trends to consider:
The total has gone UNDER in 7 of Florida's last 8 games when playing Philadelphia
Florida is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games when playing Philadelphia
Florida is 9-3 SU in its last 12 games on the road
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Florida's last 7 games when playing on the road against Philadelphia
The total has gone UNDER in 7 of Philadelphia's last 8 games when playing Florida
Philadelphia is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Philadelphia's last 7 games when playing at home against Florida
The total has gone OVER in 8 of Philadelphia's last 12 games at home

Next up:
Florida at New Jersey, Friday, January 18
Philadelphia at NY Islanders, Saturday, January 19

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Buffalo Sabres vs. New York Rangers

- The Buffalo Sabres and the New York Rangers will both be trying to pick up a win on Wednesday when they battle at Madison Square Garden.

The Sabres blew a two-goal lead and fell 3-2 in a shootout against the Devils last time out. The Sabres were listed at EVEN odds in the contest, while the combined score fell UNDER the posted over/under (5).

Daniel Paille had both goals for the Sabres.

The Rangers lost 4-1 to the Penguins last time out, as +130 road underdogs. The five goals were UNDER the posted over/under (5.5).

Jaromir Jagr scored shorthanded for the lone Rangers goal.

Current streak:
Buffalo has lost 9 straight games.

Team records:
Buffalo: 19-18-6
New York: 21-20-5

Buffalo most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 9-1
Before playing Colorado are 6-4
After playing New Jersey are 5-5
After a loss are 2-8

New York most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 3-6-1
Before playing Florida are 7-3
After playing Pittsburgh are 7-3
After a loss are 3-7

A few trends to consider:
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Buffalo's last 5 games when playing NY Rangers
Buffalo is 8-2 SU in their last 10 games when playing NY Rangers
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Buffalo's last 5 games on the road
Buffalo is 6-3 SU in their last 9 games when playing on the road against NY Rangers
The total has gone OVER in 4 of the NY Rangers last 5 games at home
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of the NY Rangers last 5 games when playing Buffalo
NY Rangers are 7-12-3 SU in their last 22 games when playing at home against Buffalo
NY Rangers are 2-8 SU in their last 10 games when playing Buffalo

Next up:
Buffalo home to Atlanta, Friday, January 18
NY Rangers at Boston, Saturday, January 19

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Calgary Flames vs. Minnesota Wild

- The Calgary Flames and the Minnesota Wild will meet on the ice at Xcel Energy Center on Wednesday in a battle of division rivals.

The Flames were shut out 3-0 by the Predators last time out, as +105 underdogs. The three goals were UNDER the posted over/under (5.5).

Miikka Kiprusoff was pulled after allowing three goals on 26 shots in the loss.

The Wild defeated Phoenix 4-1 as a -175 favorite last time out. The five goals scored caused this game to be a PUSH on the posted over/under total (5).

Pavol Demitra and Marian Gaborik each had a goal and an assist for Minnesota, while Josh Harding stopped 26-of-27 shots in the win.

Current streak:
Calgary has lost 4 straight games.
Minnesota has won 3 straight games.

Team records:
Calgary: 22-17-8
Minnesota: 26-17-2

Calgary most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 5-3-2
Before playing Los Angeles are 3-7
After playing Nashville are 5-5
After a loss are 3-7

Minnesota most recently:
When playing on Wednesday are 4-6
Before playing Florida are 2-2-2
After playing Phoenix are 7-3
After a win are 6-4

A few trends to consider:
Calgary is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games when playing Minnesota
Calgary is 8-3 SU in its last 11 games on the road
Calgary is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games when playing on the road against Minnesota
Calgary is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games
Minnesota is 8-3 SU in its last 11 games at home
Minnesota is 4-2 SU in its last 6 games
Minnesota is 4-2 SU in its last 6 games when playing at home against Calgary
Minnesota is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games when playing Calgary

Next up:
Calgary home to Los Angeles, Friday, January 18
Minnesota home to Anaheim, Friday, January 18

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Shoulder to Sideline Nylander 3-6 Months

The Washington Capitals' hopes of making an improbable second-half run to the playoffs may have suffered a serious blow yesterday when the team announced that star center Michael Nylander will be out for three to six months because of a shoulder injury.

Nylander, the Capitals' prized free agent acquisition in the offseason and second-leading scorer with 11 goals and 26 assists, had been playing with a torn rotator cuff for the past six weeks. He is scheduled to have surgery today at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, according to General Manager George McPhee.

"I give him full marks for having the courage to play the last three weeks with it -- until he couldn't play anymore," Coach Bruce Boudreau said before last night's game against the Ottawa Senators at Verizon Center. "He's tried and he's taken [practices] off, but he just couldn't go anymore. So it was best to get it done.

"We just have to band together."

The loss of Nylander comes as the Capitals were starting to turn around their season. The team has gone 10-4-3 in its last 17 games, and is five points out of a playoff spot with 37 games remaining.

Last night, checking-line center Boyd Gordon was promoted to the second line, where he skated between Tomas Fleischmann and Alexander Semin. Gordon has four goals and six assists in 29 games this season.

"We're going to play with what we have," McPhee said. "We played pretty well when [Nylander] was out of the lineup before. We're not going to trade assets -- young players -- to fill a hole."

Asked if he might consider recalling a player from the minor league Hershey Bears, McPhee said: "Not right now. We'll see how the next week goes."

Nylander's point total was second on the team to Alex Ovechkin's 54 points (entering last night's game). His five power-play goals ranked second, but his plus-minus rating of minus-19 was the worst on the team. Boudreau said the injury contributed to Nylander's struggles in the defensive end.

"Absolutely," Boudreau said. "As centerman, when you have to compete against the big guys, that's when Mike would come to me and say, 'I feel so bad because you're not seeing the real Michael Nylander.' "

McPhee said he believes Nylander suffered the injury while taking a faceoff during the Capitals' 2-1 win at Florida on Dec. 1. Nylander missed the next four games -- the Capitals went 3-1 without him -- and returned on Dec. 14.

Nylander played the next 13 contests, and had a goal and an assist in the Capitals' 6-4 home loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday. But he was unable to practice Monday and decided to end his season and opt for surgery later in the day. Nylander, who signed a four-year, $19.5 million contract in July, is expected to return to Washington in the coming days and begin his rehabilitation with head trainer Greg Smith, McPhee said.

A league source told The Post last week that the injury to Nylander's left shoulder was far worse than the Capitals or the player had acknowledged, and that surgery was a possibility.

"It was the player's decision," McPhee said. "The manager or the coach can't tell the player what to do when it comes to something like this."

Nylander's injury is the latest setback for a team that has struggled to stay healthy all season. Captain Chris Clark was sidelined again last night with the strained groin muscle that has forced him to miss 18 of the past 19 games. The Capitals also are without defenseman Brian Pothier, who has missed four games with a concussion and has yet to resume strenuous activity.

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SCOREBOARD Wednesday, Jan. 16

St. Louis at Chicago (8:30 p.m. EST). The Blackhawks snapped an eight-game slide on Sunday.

STARS Tuesday

- Marian Hossa and Kari Lehtonen, Thrashers. Hossa scored three goals and Lehtonen made 46 saves in Atlanta's 5-1 victory over Detroit.

- Shane Doan and Peter Mueller, Coyotes. Doan had two goals and an assist, and Mueller had four assists in a 5-3 victory over San Jose.

- Jose Theodore, Avalanche, made 22 of his 32 saves in the third period to lead Colorado to a 3-0 win at Tampa Bay.

- Tomas Plekanec, Canadiens, scored in each of the first two periods in Montreal's 3-1 win over the New York Islanders.

- Alex Ovechkin and Alexander Semin, Capitals. Ovechkin scored the tiebreaking goal on a third-period power play, Semin added two goals and Washington beat Ottawa 4-2.

- Scott Niedermayer, Ducks, had a goal and two assists as Anaheim beat Dallas 4-2.

SHOCKING SWEEP

Washington completed the four-game sweep of its season series with Eastern Conference-leading Ottawa after a 4-2 win on Tuesday night. The Capitals hadn't swept Ottawa since 1995-96.

HOME SWEET HOME

Columbus set a franchise record with its sixth straight home win Tuesday night, 3-2 over Vancouver. The Blue Jackets surpassed the mark of five consecutive home wins, set last year while moving to 16-6-4 at Nationwide Arena this season. Columbus, which didn't get its 16th home game a year ago until March 20, came in tied for second in the NHL for the best home record.

NEW LEADER

Atlanta, which began the season 0-6, moved atop the Southeast Division with its 5-1 win at Detroit and Carolina's 5-4 loss at Toronto on Tuesday night.

JUST DUCKY

Anaheim won its fourth straight game and 10th in the last 13 with a 4-2 victory over Dallas on Tuesday night. The Ducks are 10-2-2 since defenseman Scott Niedermayer returned to the lineup after contemplating retirement and jumped into second place in the Pacific Division, one point behind San Jose and one ahead of the Stars.

LONG TIME COMING

Jose Theodore earned his first shutout 109 games after stopping 32 shots in Colorado's 3-0 win at Tampa Bay on Tuesday night. ... Atlanta's Marian Hossa picked up his first hat trick in nearly a year with three goals in a 5-1 win at Detroit.

SNAPPED

Toronto halted a five-game losing streak and won in regulation for only the third time in 14 games with Tuesday night's 5-4 win over Carolina.

FLICKERING FLAMES

Calgary lost its fourth straight game with Tuesday night's 3-0 loss at Nashville and has scored only six times during the skid.

REIGNING KING

Los Angeles captain Rob Blake set a Kings franchise record for games played by a defenseman, appearing in his 781st contest on Tuesday night. Mattias Norstrom held the previous mark.

SEASON OVER

Washington's Michael Nylander will undergo surgery to repair a torn left rotator cuff Wednesday and will be sidelined for three to six months. Nylander, a center who signed a four-year, $19.5 million contract with the Capitals as a free agent in July, had 11 goals and team-high 26 assists in 40 games.

YOUNGSTERS CHOSEN

Rookie scoring leader Patrick Kane of Chicago topped a list of 16 newcomers invited Tuesday to NHL All-Star weekend, this time to compete in a 3-on-3 competition instead of the traditional YoungStars game. Joining him up front for the West are Sam Gagner of Edmonton, Peter Mueller of Phoenix and St. Louis' David Perron. The defensemen are Alexander Edler of Vancouver, Erik Johnson of St. Louis, Los Angeles' Jack Johnson, and Matt Niskanen of Dallas. Headlining the East defensemen is Tobias Enstrom of host Atlanta. The other East defenseman are Kris Letang of Pittsburgh, Mike Lundin of Tampa Bay and Marc Staal of the New York Rangers. The forwards are Washington's Nicklas Backstrom, the Rangers' Brandon Dubinsky, Pittsburgh's Tyler Kennedy and Milan Lucic of Boston.

SPEAKING

''It's a win and we're taking it. With all that was going on ... getting back to just playing hockey ... in some ways, it becomes easier.'' - Toronto coach Paul Maurice after the Maple Leafs snapped a five-game losing streak by holding off Carolina 5-4 despite the Air Canada Centre crowd calling for the firing of general manager John Ferguson.

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