SCOREBOARD
Wednesday, Dec. 26
Detroit at St. Louis (8:30 p.m. EST). The league-leading Red Wings visit the up-and-coming Blues, second in the Central Division.

SCORING
Tampa Bay center Vincent Lecavalier, last season's Maurice Richard Trophy award winner as the league's goal-scoring leader, leads the league at the holiday break with 53 points. Second in scoring is Detroit left wing Henrik Zetterberg with 50 and Calgary right wing Jarome Iginla with 49 points.

BACK TO WORK
Curtis Joseph, a 17-year NHL veteran who last played for Canada at the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, will play for his home country again in the Spengler Cup. Joining the goalie will be fellow former NHL players Serge Aubin, Travis Green, Yannick Tremblay, Ramzi Abid, Mark Giordano, Ric Jackman, Marty Murray and Hnat Domenichelli.
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