NHL’s Three Stars for Friday Night: Okposo, Neal, Miller

NHL Three Stars of the Night for Friday 1. Kyle Okposo, New York Islanders | 4 Goals, +3, 6 SOG, 18:15 | – Okposo netted his first career hat trick with a four goal night in a 6-3 win over the Penguins. Okposo’s big night included scoring 3 goals in the third period. Okposo scored

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Sunday Janaury 17, 2010 Trade talks are heating up with the trade deadline 6 weeks away but with some many teams still in the playoff mix, it’s unlikely many deals will be struck before the Olympic trade freeze (February 12 – February 28th) as teams are leery to make a run at veterans who are

Fleury among the league’s best; Penguins winning streak goes to 5

Marc Andre Fleury made 31 saves and was 3-for-3 in the shootout as the Pittsburgh Penguins (25-10-1) defeated the Buffalo Sabres (21-10-3) 2-1 Saturday night for their fifth straight win and 25th win of the season. Sabres goaltender Patrick Lalime did his best impression of Ryan Miller making 23 saves and holding the Penguins to

Game 36: Talbot to return to the lineup

Pittsburgh Penguins (24-10-1) @ Buffalo Sabres (21-10-2) Just got word from a source that Max Talbot will return to the lineup tonight. Talbot has been a healthy scratch in the lineup for the past two games. Talbot will replace Eric Godard in the lineup and skate on the 4th line with Michael Rupp and Craig

Ryan Miller suffers high ankle injury; Out Indefinitely

The Buffalo Sabres beat the New York Rangers Saturday night 4-2 to move into 7th place in the Eastern Conference. The loss was costly as starter goaltender Ryan Miller will be out indefinitely with an high ankle injury. The early prognosis has Miller sidelined for 5-6 weeks. Updated Eastern Conference Standings ( 5-10 ) 5. Montreal