‘Although the game began on an ominous note with the Sabres hemmed in their own end, their opportunistic scoring and clutch goaltending eventually led to another two points being tacked onto Buffalo’s league-leading standing, thanks to a total team effort in which 12 of 17 skaters registered at least one point.’
Archives for February 2007
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‘”It’s unbelievable. Who would have thought that with that many guys out right now that we got that many goals,” Hecht said. “We got great depth in our system and we see it now.”‘
Razor’s edge is dull (Toronto Sun)
Perreault returns for third tour (Toronto Sun)
Wellwood ahead of schedule (Toronto Sun)
Boo-birds serenade Leafs (Toronto Star)
Leafs bring back faceoff specialist (Toronto Star)
Rating the Leafs-Coyotes deal (Toronto Star)
Ferguson risks his job on callow youth (Toronto Star)
Leaf fans give McCabe the Aki treatment (Toronto Star)
Leafs leave their fans in an angry mood (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Ferguson left seething (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Maple Leafs can’t shake home-ice jinx (Toronto Globe and Mail)
Leafs left standing still (National Post)
Tucker staying, Perreault returning (National Post)
Ferguson fond of team’s future core (National Post)
Photo gallery (MapleLeafs.com)
Capitals trade Zubrus, Howard (Washington Post)
Capitals trade Zubrus, Howard (Washington Times)
Capitals Acquire First-Round Pick, Jiri Novotny from Buffalo (WashingtonCaps.com)
Flyers upgrade in goal (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Biron in; Esche on the outs (Philadelphia Daily News)
Biron joins Flyers (Bucks County Courier Times)
Biron makes it a three-goalie rotation (Delaware County Times)
Flyers acquire goalie Biron (Cherry Hill Courier Post)
Flyers Acquire Goaltender Martin Biron (PhiladelphiaFlyers.com)
'The Sabres are pressed against the $44 million salary cap, making any deal difficult. If they place one of their injured players on the long-term injury exemption list, the Sabres can spend the prorated portion of his salary. Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier has said he expects everyone back for the playoffs except Gaustad. That means any potential deal would be a dollar-for-dollar swap.'
'He has one goal and two assists in 15 games with Nashville this season.'
'A ninth-round selection in the 2001 draft, Lehtonen helped Finland win a bronze medal at the 2006 World Championship.'
'Lehtonen (28 years old, 6-1, 194) has three points (1+2) in 15 games with Nashville this season. He has also played in 35 games with the Milwaukee Admirals (AHL), scoring four goals and eight assists, along with 28 PIMs.'