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The Hockey News Daily Dish: Nov. 13

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Arguably the best induction class in NHL history, Scott Stevens, Al MacInnis, Ron Francis and Mark Messier, along with builder Jim Gregory, were enshrined Monday. (more...)

Gary Bettman will host a show on XM Satellite Radio debuting Nov. 27.



Montreal: After falling to the Leafs twice already this season, the Canadiens will start rookie Carey Price against them Tuesday. (more...)

Ottawa: Ray Emery left Monday’s practice early suffering from back spasms. It is unknown if this will keep him off the ice for today’s practice…Dany Heatley also left practice early but is expected back today…Jason Spezza practiced with the team for the first time since his injury and is cautiously optimistic he’ll return Thursday against Buffalo.(more...)


New Jersey: Patrick Elias broke out of an 11-game goal drought, scoring the winner in Monday’s 3-2 win over Pittsburgh to lift them out of the Atlantic basement. (highlights...)

New York Islanders: Miroslav Satan extended his points streak to eight games…Rick DiPietro stopped only 14 shots Monday night. (more...)

New York Rangers: The NHL is looking into the pre-game incident between Sean Avery and Darcy Tucker Saturday…Recalled Greg Moore from Hartford of the American League. (more...)

Philadelphia: Scottie Upshall scored two and Mike Richards banged in a shorthanded winner to lift the Flyers past the Islanders 3-2 Monday…Simon Gagne missed another game due to concussion-type symptoms…Danny Briere played in his 500th NHL game. (highlights...)

Pittsburgh: The Penguins fourth loss in a row dropped them to last place in the Atlantic division…Sidney Crosby has recorded a point in each of his last 17 games. (more...)


Carolina: Cory Stillman and Jason Williams each scored twice as the Canes beat the Panthers 4-3…Peter Laviolette recorded win number 200…Erik Cole left the game on a stretcher after being checked head first into Tomas Vokoun. (highlights...)

Florida: Recalled Stefan Meyer and Tanner Glass from Rochester of the AHL and inserted them both into Monday’s lineup…Richard Zednik and Brett McLean sat out. (more...)


Columbus: The Jackets placed Fredrik Modin on the injured list retroactive to Nov. 2 due to back spasms…Michael Peca was scratched for the second consecutive game because of a pulled groin. (more...)

Nashville: Martin Erat had a career night tallying four points to lead the Preds over the Blue Jackets 4-1. (highlights...)


Phoenix: Mikael Tellqvist had his three-game winning streak snapped Monday. (more...)

San Jose: Joe Thornton and Devin Setoguchi each scored twice and Evgeni Nabokov stopped 25 shots for a 5-0 shutout of the Coyotes Monday…Nabokov set a new team record by starting in his 25th consecutive game between the pipes…Joe Pavelski missed a penalty shot in the first period. (highlights...)


Calgary: Assigned Brent Krahn to Quad City of the AHL.

Edmonton: Fernando Pisani skated with some injured teammates Monday. (more...)

What’s on tap…

Florida at Atlanta, 7:00 p.m.

Detroit at St. Louis, 7:00 p.m.

Montreal at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.

Minnesota at Calgary, 9:00 p.m.

Los Angeles at Anaheim, 10:00 p.m.

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