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Top Ten Teams

Posted in Hockey, Injury, NHL, Scott Niedermayer, smyth, Teemu Selanne, Top ten, top ten list with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 2, 2008 by flamesfan77

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Here is my list of the Top Ten NHL teams. I will update this list every Sunday so keep checking!

1 Anaheim Ducks-Are unbeatable with Selanne and Neidermayer

2 Dallas Stars-Richards stars in debut

3 Montreal Canadiens-First in the East

4 San Jose Sharks-Are unbeaten since the deadline

5 New Jersey Devils-Have slipped recently but still contend nightly

6 Boston Bruins-Hot Hot Hot

7 Calgary Flames-Streaky, but will challenge for the division lead

8 Detroit Red Wings-Injuries have taken its tole on this early season powerhouse

9 Colorado Avalanche-Have won three straight with it’s new roster, but will losing Smyth hurt?

10 Toronto Maple Leafs- Yes I said it, they have won 4 of 5 and are in contention for a playoff spot

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2010 Olympic Team

Posted in All-star, Calgary Flames, Hockey, Iginla, Joe Sakic, lecavailer, Martin Brodeur, NHL, Olympics, Ottawa Senators, Phaneuf, Roberto luongo, Scott Niedermayer, Sidney Crosby, Tampa Bay Lightning, Wayne Gretzky with tags , , , , , , , on February 13, 2008 by flamesfan77

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TSN and CBC have recently conducted a pole to see who should represent Canada at the 2010 winter Olympics in Men’s Ice Hockey and the results are hard to argue with.  The Calgary Flames are represented by three players; Jarome Iginla, Dion Phaneuf and Robyn Regehr.  Roberto Luongo and Martin Brodeur were the top two goaltenders while Sidney Crosby, Jasan Spezza and Dany Heatley were among the top vote getter’s on the offensive side of the team. 

Obviously with this happening two years early many things could happen but no matter who is on the team I will be excited to watch them play.

Who do you think is missing?

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Teemu Selanne to Return after Break

Posted in All-star, Anaheim Ducks, Hockey, NHL, Scott Niedermayer, Stanley Cup, Teemu Selanne with tags , , , , , on January 26, 2008 by flamesfan77

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Sources have confirmed that former all-star sniper Teemu Selanne will be returning to the Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks.  He will be the second player on the Ducks to return mid-season as defenseman Scott Niedermayer returned recently and has helped them rise through the standings. 

Scott surprisingly was even named an all-star even after participating in a handful of games. 

With 1135 career points Selanne will make the Ducks a legitimate contender in the West and will help with the offense, something the ducks surprisingly have been lacking this year.

The Ducks have gone 12-5-1 since Scott returned and are currently only one point back of San Jose for the division lead.

Here is a video compilation of Selanne highlights.