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11-04-2011, 08:18 PM
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For the Leafs, you can remove Kadri from the roster. He is in the AHL.

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11-05-2011, 05:05 PM
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I'll probably not update this today because Twitter is way wonky for me and I have a headache. So it's bupkiss for y'alls, sorry.

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11-06-2011, 12:30 PM
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Sunday morning line changes for today's games

EAST
•Carolina has put Jeff Skinner on Staal's line with LaRose in an attempt to jumpstart Staal. Tlusty goes down to the 2nd line. On defence, Derek Joslin draws in for Jamie McBain.
•For Tampa Bay, Bruno Gervais is expected to play, but it's not clear where yet. Lightning may go with 7 defencemen.
•For Winnipeg, Nik Antropov is possibly out which involves a good deal of line juggling.

WEST
•Rumored scratches for Calgary include David Moss and Matt Stajan but nothing confirmed yet.
•For Dallas, Steve Ott is still injured and Tom Wandell and Mark Fistric draw into the lineup for Jake Dowell and Adam Pardy.
•For Vancouver, Sami Salo and Alex Burrows are both out with injuries.

OTHER MOVES
•Anaheim called up Peter Holland.
•Columbus called up Cam Atkinson.
•Detroit called up Fabian Brunnstrom.
•Philadelphia called up Eric Wellwood
•Pittsburgh sends Robert Bortuzzo to the AHL.

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11-06-2011, 05:15 PM
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Second and likely last update for the day

•Florida's forward lines shuffled. Erik Gudbranson sits out while Keaton Ellerby draws in.
•For Tampa Bay, Victor Hedman is out with an injury so Bruno Gervais suits up. Ryan Shannon is out and Blair Jones is in.
•Calgary shuffled their lineup. David Moss, Brendan Morrison and Cory Sarich all sit out, Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond, Niklas Hagman and Derek Smith draw in.
•Vancouver's lines all adjusted. Andrew Ebbett is in for Alex Burrows, Andrew Alberts in for Sami Salo, and Aaron Rome in for Alexander Sulzer.

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11-07-2011, 03:57 PM
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Updated lineups for today's games

•For Boston, Rich Peverley is out with an injury, Benoit Pouliot draws in for him. Tuuka Rask will start.
•LA moves Dustin Penner up to the 2nd line with Scott Parse moving down to the 3rd.
•NY Islanders shifted their forward lines around a bit, with Michael Grabner joining John Tavares and Matt Moulson on the first line and Kyle Okpsoso joining the fourth line. Marty Reasoner also moves up to the 3rd line with Josh Bailey bumped down to the 4th.
•San Jose shuffles up their forward lines with Logan Couture flanking Joe Thornton on the first line and Patrick Marleau centering the 2nd.

Other Team Updates
•Columbus assigns Alex Giroux to the AHL. All signs point to Jared Boll and Jeff Carter making their returns this Thursday.
•For Edmonton, Ales Hemsky and Cam Barker both participated fully in practice and are possiblities for Tuesday's game.
•Florida assigned Jakob Markstrom to the AHL with Scott Clemmensen returning from his conditioning stint in the AHL.
•NY Rangers F Wojtek Wolski will be out for the next 4 weeks after undergoing surgery.
•Ottawa assigned Nikita Filatov to the AHL. Daniel Alfredsson is taking his baseline test tomorrow in the hopes of getting back into the lineup for the Sens.
•Philadelphia assigned Eric Wellwood to the AHL.
•St. Louis recalled Ian Cole from the AHL.

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11-08-2011, 01:56 PM
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Wow, lots of games today but info was very easy to come by.

EAST
•For Buffalo, lines are the same but Ryan Miller will start.
•Carolina shuffled its lines with Zach Boychuk moving up to the 2nd line, Anthony Stewart dropping to the 4th and Zac Dalpe drawing in for Drayson Bowman who was assigned to the AHL. Jamie McBain despite two nightmarish +/- nights in the preceding two games to Sunday draws back into the lineup for Derek Joslin.
•For Montreal, Andrei Kostitsyn is injured and a game-time decision. If he's unable to go, Montreal will dress 7 defencemen (Alexei Emelin will take his place).
•New Jersey's Ilya Kovalchuk is out again, David Clarkson will take his place on the 1st line with Rod Pelley dressing in his place. Andy Greene is a game-time decision. If he can't go, Mark Fraser will take his place.
•For Toronto, shocker of shockers, Tim Connolly is injured, so Matt Frattin was recalled to take his place in the lineup with Tyler Bozak moving up to the 1st line. Luke Schenn is back in for Cody Franson and Jonas Gustavsson is expected to get the start.
•For Washington, Mathieu Perreault is out, so Cody Eakin will draw back in. Mike Green is expected to be out again with an injury. Michal Neuvirth will start.
•Nik Antropov is expected back for Winnipeg, so Kenndal McArdle will come out. All 4 forward lines should see some adjustments. On defence, Mark Stuart is expected back so it looks like Paul Postma will be a healthy scratch. Peter Mannino may get the start.

WEST
•Calgary forward lines are all shuffled with Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond coming out and Brendan Morrison back in.
•Chicago makes some changes after their loss to Vancouver with Bryan Bickell, Sami Lepisto and Sean O'Donnell all being scratched to make room for Rostislav Olesz, John Scott and the returning Duncan Keith. All four forward lines and two of the defensive pairings have been shuffled.
•Dallas makes one minor roster move, scratching Krys Barch and dressing Jake Dowell in his place.
•For Detroit Todd Bertuzzi will miss his second game with the flu, Fabian Brunnstrom continues to take his place. On defence, Mike Commodore comes out and Jakub Kindl draws back in.
•Edmonton's lineup will see the return of two injured players as Cam Barker and Ales Hemsky are expected back tonight. Hemsky's return will see some adjustment to the Oilers 2nd and 3rd lines with Magnus Paajarvi being the healthy scratch. Barker's return puts Colten Teubert in the press box.
•LA Kings shuffled their bottom two lines a bit, with Brad Richardson moving down a line and Ethan Moreau moving up.
•For Minnesota, Cal Clutterbuck is a game-time decision with an injury. If he's unable to go, Darroll Powe moves up to his spot on the 3rd line while Warren Peters will draw in on the 4th.
•Nashville may have Sergei Kostitsyn back tonight who is a game-time decision.
•St. Louis will scratch Ryan Reaves in favour of Chris Porter and Nikita Nikitin in favour of Ian Cole for Ken Hitchcock's debut as Blues coach.

Couldn't find any info on Florida,

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11-08-2011, 03:46 PM
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Looks like there's a formatting problem with Calgary's lines right now.

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11-08-2011, 04:06 PM
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Good eye, should be fixed now.

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11-10-2011, 10:28 AM
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Since I missed the lines yesterday (Had them all ready, too, just never made it back to the computer), I'll just do a little housecleaning/tidying up on the lines for now.

•Boston called up Zach Hamill on an emergency basis.
•For Ottawa, David Rundblad was back into the lineup for Brian Lee. Coach Paul MacLean didn't mince words, either, saying that "Rundblad was just a better player".
•Montreal called up Aaron Palushaj.
•For Philadelphia, Chris Pronger was back in. His return came just in time because Erik Gustafsson, his replacement, got injured.
•Pittsburgh assigned Steve MacIntyre and Dustin Jeffrey to the AHL on conditioning stints.
•Tampa Bay's Victor Hedman and Ryan Malone are both injured. Ryan Shannon got back into the lineup with Steve Downie taking Malone's spot in the Top 6.

•Calgary called up T.J. Brodie because Anton Babchuk was put on the Injured Reserve.
•Columbus activated Mark Dekanich from the IR and sent him to the AHL on a conditioning stint. They also assigned Cam Atkinson to the AHL.
•LA activated Colin Fraser from the IR, just in time to put Scott Parse on the IR.
•Nashville got Sergei Kostitsyn back just in time as David Legwand got injured.

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11-10-2011, 10:52 AM
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Buffalo's lines are now:
Vanek-Adam-Pominville
Leino-Roy-Stafford
Gerbe-Gaustad-Boyes
McCormick-Ellis-Tropp

Regehr-Leopold
Sekera-Myers
Gragnani-Ehrhoff

Although the defense pairings are prolly getting blown up for Friday because of how bad they were against the Jets.

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11-10-2011, 05:56 PM
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Lots of teams playing so lots of team notes for tonight

•For Boston, Dan Paille is out and Rich Peverley is a game-time decision. If Peverley's unable to go, Zach Hamill will play in his place. Tuuka Rask starts.
•Florida's lineups look to be the same.
•For Montreal, Mike Cammalleri and Andrei Kostitsyn are out with injuries, while Scott Gomez is not quite ready to go. Aaron Palushaj will draw in and the Habs will dress 7 d-men with Alexei Emelin playing.
•The NY Islanders will start Al Montoya with Rick DiPietro backing him up. Mike Mottau will take Milan Jurcina's spot on the blueline.
•Toronto's lineup stays largely the same except with Ben Scrivens starting in goal tonight.
•Winnipeg starts Kenndal McArdle in place of Ben Maxwell who was claimed on waivers by Anaheim.

•Chicago's Dave Bolland is out due to an injury. Bryan Bickell will get back into the lineup in absence.
•Columbus is rumored to be sitting out Ryan Johansen tonight and with Alex Giroux being sent to the AHL, will see Jared Boll and Mark Letestu making their 2011-12 debuts for Columbus. Mark Dekanich was activated from the IR and will play in the AHL on a conditioning stint.
•Edmonton will ice the same lineup with the exception of Devan Dubnyk being the starter. Taylor Chorney was claimed off waivers and assigned to the AHL along with Colten Teubert.
•Los Angeles put Scott Parse on the IR and will scratch Brad Richardson with Colin Fraser making his debut for the Kings.
•For Minnesota, Warren Peters is a healthy scratch with Cal Clutterbuck being healthy enough to play again.
•For Phoenix, Daymond Langkow is expected to miss the game due to personal reasons. I don't have an updated lineup, however.
•St. Louis lost Taylor Chorney on waivers to Edmonton. Everything else stays the same.
•San Jose is expected to ice the same lineup as last game
•As is Vancouver.

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devils made a couple tweaks....palmieri and clarkson swapped lines (kovalchuk prolly wont play tomorrow)...also d pairs now that greene is back are tallinder-fayne, greene-larsson, salvador-volchenkov

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11-11-2011, 04:14 PM
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Latandresse out at least 1 week with a concussion. No timetable set for return.

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"Guillaume Latendresse, who entered last night's game with a goal in three straight, has been sidelined indefinitely with a concussion, GM Chuck Fletcher said in an email this afternoon. As of now, Fletcher said the Wild won't be calling anybody else up. The Wild will likely insert Warren Peters on the fourth line and move Nick Johnson, Cal Clutterbuck or Devin Setoguchi up to the first line."

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11-11-2011, 05:21 PM
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EAST
•Buffalo Jhonas Enroth will start.
•Carolina shuffles its forward lines again with the return of Jussi Jokinen pushing Zac Dalpe into the press box. Eric Staal gets new linemates again.
•New Jersey calls up Vladimir Zharkov who will draw into the lineup in the place of Rod Pelley.
•NY Rangers lines stay the same.
•Ottawa shuffles its lines with Daniel Alfredsson getting back into the lineup and Chris Neil being injured.
•Pittsburgh has called up Eric Tangradi who draws into the lineup in place of Tyler Kennedy and the traded Mark Letestu.
•Washington's lineups are changed with Marcus Johansson moving up to center Ovechkin and Brouwer and Backstrom dropping down to center Laich and Semin. Also, Mike Green is expected back tonight.

WEST
•Anaheim shuffles its lines with Brandon McMillan moving up to the 3rd line and Andrew Gordon dropping to the 4th.
•Calgary changes its lineups with Niklas Hagman going to the AHL, Paul Byron and T.J. Brodie coming up from the AHL, Mikael Backlund returning from injury and Matt Stajan being made a healthy scratch.
•Chicago shuffles its forward lines. Ray Emery is expected to start.
•Dallas lineup looks to be the same.
•Detroit's lines are the same but could change as Henrik Zetterberg is a Game-Time Decision due ot injury.
•For Edmonton, Cam Barker is out with an injury while Ben Eager will be a healthy scratch. Andy Sutton will return from suspension and Magnus Paajarvi draws back in.
•For Vancouver, Alex Burrows is back from injury and just in time to replace Andrew Ebbett who broke his foot.

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Winnipeg activated Chris Mason and sent Peter Mannino down.

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•For Boston, Andrew Ference is out with an injury and Steven Kampfer is in. Rich Peverley is again a Game-Time Decision.
•For Buffalo, Patrick Kaleta is back from suspension and will draw in for Corey Tropp who was assigned to the AHL.
•For Carolina, Joni Pitkanen is injured and out, so Derek Joslin will take his place. Eric Staal may see some time on the wing with Brandon Sutter tonight.
•Montreal gets two big players back tonight with Mike Cammalleri and Scott Gomez getting back into the lineup, they will play on the 3rd and 4th lines respectively. Yannick Ward shifts back to defence, so Alexei Emelin sits as a healthy scratch. Peter Budaj will start and Mike Blunden was sent to the AHL.
•New Jersey will start Johan Hedberg, everyone else stays the same.
•For Ottawa, lines remain the same except on defence where Brian Lee will draw back in for David Rundblad.
•I can't find any updates on Pittsburgh, so I'd assume their lines will remain the same.
•Tampa keeps the same lines and will start Mathieu Garon.
•Toronto will keep the same lines and Ben Scrivens will start.
•For Washington, Mike Green got hurt...again. He's out so Jeff Schultz is back in.
•For Winnipeg, Brett Festerling will sit out and Paul Postma will play in his place.

•No expected changes for Calgary.
•Colorado's lines remain the same with Varlamov starting.
•Columbus gets Jeff Carter and Ryan Johansen back in the lineup tonight, both Cody Bass and Derick Brassard will be healthy scratches. Newly-acquired Nikita Nikitin will draw in alongside Fedor Tyutin, as well.
•For Dallas, Adam Pardy gets back into the lineup as Alex Goligoski is injured. Philipp Larsen was called up from the AHL.
•For Detroit Patrick Eaves will play in Fabian Brunnstrom's place.
•Los Angeles forward Dustin Penner is injured, will be replaced by Brad Richardson.
•With Guillaume Latendresse out with a concussion, Nick Johnson will get a spot on the #1 line with Koivu and Heatley while Warren Peters will slot in on the 4th line.
•Nashville is expected to get David Legwand and Nick Spaling back in their lineup tonight.
•Phoenix is not expected to get Daymond Langkow back tonight so there lines will be all over the place.
•San Jose shuffles its d-pairings and start Thomas Greiss.
•St. Louis will start newly-acquired defenceman Kris Russell alongside Roman Polak, meaning Ian Cole will sit out. Brian Elliott starts.

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Flip-flop Sobotka & Steen for tonight's game.

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I had it written in my notes but forgot to update it. Thanks!

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Last night's Pittsburgh lines were:

GOALTENDERS:

—Brent Johnson

—Marc-Andre Fleury

DEFENSE PAIRINGS:

—Paul Martin, Kris Letang

—Brooks Orpik, Deryk Engelland

—Alexandre Picard, Matt Niskanen

FIRST LINE:

—LW Steve Sullivan, C Evgeni Malkin, RW James Neal

SECOND LINE:

—LW Chris Kunitz, C Jordan Staal, RW Pascal Dupuis

THIRD LINE:

—LW Matt Cooke, C Joe Vitale, RW Arron Asham

FOURTH LINE:

—LW Eric Tangradi, C Richard Park, RW Craig Adams

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11-13-2011, 11:13 AM
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Columbus's lines from last night:

Umberger - Carter - Nash
Prospal - Letestu - Johansen
Dorsett - Pahlsson - Vermette
Calvert - Mackenzie - Boll

Methot - Wisniewski
Tyutin - Nikitin
Moore - Clitsome

Mason
York

Scratches: Brassard, Bass, Johnson

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Last night's Pittsburgh lines were:

THIRD LINE:

—LW Matt Cooke, C Richard Park, RW Arron Asham

FOURTH LINE:

—LW Eric Tangradi, C Joe Vitale, RW Craig Adams
Fixed that for you. Park was playing on the third line and Vitale on the fourth line.

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11-13-2011, 04:06 PM
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Washington's lines are a cluster**** right now. With Green and Erskine missing the whole game, and Hamrlik missing most of it, Brooks Laich spent the night on defense. He started paired next to Hamrlik, then entered a rotation after Roman got hurt. Wideman played more than 30minutes just a night after playing 27+.

Boudreau in Hershey tonight. Expect at least one call-up.

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Washington's lines are a cluster**** right now. With Green and Erskine missing the whole game, and Hamrlik missing most of it, Brooks Laich spent the night on defense. He started paired next to Hamrlik, then entered a rotation after Roman got hurt. Wideman played more than 30minutes just a night after playing 27+.

Boudreau in Hershey tonight. Expect at least one call-up.
Might we see the debut of Dmitri Orlov soon?

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Might we see the debut of Dmitri Orlov soon?
Perhaps. He's got a larger cap hit ($900K) than Washington's other call-up option, Patrick McNeill ($525K). Sean Collins ($525K) is also currently injured. Given how close Washington is to the cap, that's going to be a factor. They might move Beagle to LTIR to free up additional space, though.

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Updated Canucks lines:

D.Sedin H.Sedin Hansen
Higgins Kesler Burrows
Booth Lapierre Hodgson
Volpatti Malhotra Weise

Edler Salo
Hamhuis Bieksa
Ballard Rome

Luongo
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The Habs lines for tonight:

LW-C-RW

Travis Moen - Tomas Plekanec - Brian Gionta
Max Pacioretty - David Desharnais - Erik Cole
Michael Cammalleri - Lars Eller - Aaron Palushaj
Mathieu Darche - Scott Gomez - Petteri Nokelainen

LD-RD

Josh Gorges - P.K. Subban
Alexei Emelin - Yannick Weber
Frédéric St-Denis - Rafael Diaz

Carey Price

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