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Published: 2017-12-13T17:05:30+00:00


Video- Report- Brandon Dubinsky Has A Fractured Orbital Bone


#CBJ Brandon Dubinsky has a fractured cheek/orbital bone around left eye, which is badly swollen. Stitches above and below the eye. Not sure if surgery is required. Club has made no comment. — Aaron Portzline (@Aportzline) December 13, 2017  

Let The Bidding Begin


Still searching for the perfect holiday gift for a sports fan?  Or maybe you are looking to add to your memorabilia collection?  Whatever the reason, I am here to tell you all about The Fan Auction's (scroll down to view some of the recent lost sold). I am going to go out on a limb here and assume most if not all of you are hockey fans and The Fan Auction's will have that special, authentic piece you just may be looking for. Jerseys, sticks, helmets, masks, gloves and photographs make up some of he items available to bid on.  They also have memorabilia from the other sports too so get at it and take a look around. The Fan Auction's is a great bidding site so what are you waiting for, head to it now and take a look at what they have to offer this week. Regarding bidding:  Every auction runs nine days and each bidder will be notified via email if they are outbid on a lot and you can always check there 'watch' list to keep updated on your bid. The auction is now live so take a look around and let the bidding begin. You will be bidding on- - authentic sports and entertainment memorabilia - they have the best vendor partners in the business. AJ’s Sports World, Steiner, JAG Sports Marketing, Frozen Pond, Sport Authentix, Frameworth Sports Marketing, Original Six, PHG Sports and more - no buyers fees - 700 to 1000 lots per auction with a minimum of 100 starting at a dollar - all bidding in Canadian funds. which means great savings for US customers - certificate of authenticity from all vendor partners or PSA DNA, JSA, Beckett, REAL and Frank Caizzo - auction run 9 days starting every Tuesday at 9PM ET -The Fan Auctions offers a 100% money back lifetime guarantee of authenticity for every item sold. If any item sold is found not authentic by an agreed expert The Fan will refund the purchase price to the buyer Start your bidding! Check our their Facebook page too.

Video- Taylor Hall Injured Last Night


Last night the Devils said they should know more about the condition of Hall sometime today.  

Video- Concussion Talk Surrounds Auston Matthews


from Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun, Take Mike Babcock’s word that Auston Matthews is really on this three-game trip with the Maple Leafs. But the head coach is not saying much else about the absent Matthews, his suspected head injury and when he might play again. The leading scorer wasn’t available here Tuesday against the Flyers, the second game he’s missed after a collision with teammate Morgan Rielly on Saturday in Pittsburgh. Babcock, the only coach in the organization allowed to talk about Matthews’ condition, danced around the sensitive topic Tuesday morning when asked if Matthews will make it back Thursday in Minnesota or Friday in Detroit. “I think he’s playing (soon), he’s day-to-day,” Babcock began. “So I think he’s playing every day. Day-to-day is normally 10 days (often the case when the team medical staff overrules the coach’s enthusiasm for fast-tracking injuries), but we’ll go day-to-day. continued Below, watch Elliotte Friedman say no with a clip of the collision Matthews had...

Remembering Zarley Zalapski


from Wes Gilbertson of the Calgary Sun, Thirty years ago in Moscow, Dave King remembers being gobsmacked by a beyond-his-years performance by teenage blueliner Zarley Zalapski at the 1987 Izvestia Cup. Back in Russia to prepare for the latest instalment of what is now known as the Channel One Cup, King was reminiscing about that feat Tuesday after hearing the tragic news of Zalapski’s death. Zalapski skated for Canada at the 1988 Winter Olympics, returned to the Saddledome for a five-season stint with the NHL’s Flames and called Calgary home after his playing days. He was 49 when he died. According to a report, the family has stated Zalapski died Sunday after suffering complications from a viral infection. continued

Buffalo Sabres Win, Ottawa Senators Lose


from Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News, We've reached the Chicken vs. the Egg portion of the program when it comes to Sabres games in KeyBank Center. The fans make no noise, numbed to silence by the abhorrent cold in the downtown arena and the lack of excitement on the ice. The players get no push from the crowd to help them get off to a rousing start or through rough patches of a game. You can't blame the paying customers anymore. They're in complete prove-it mode here after too many years of empty promises. Then a funny thing happened in the second period Tuesday night against Ottawa: The Sabres started making plays and the fans started making noise. Amazing how that works. Just when we've all become obssessed with NFL wild-card tiebreakers, the Sabres have quietly put together a 2-0-2 stretch that's their best of the season after Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Senators. continued Below, Bruce Garrioch on the Senators and watch the game highlights....

Morning Line- Kent Wilson On The Calgary Flames


Enter Houston. Eric Francis' recent article on the Flames' potential flight to Houston is a study in leverage seeking. It presents the relocation threat as not merely credible but inevitable and throws in a variety of common rhetorical flourishes for good measure. Selling and moving the Flames would be far from easy. Calgary is a top-10 NHL market, with a long history of grassroots support, a high concentration of corporate offices, and a large GDP. The Flames have made it past the second round twice in the last two decades but currently sit eighth in average NHL attendance this year.  It would require a vote from the NHL Board of Governors to move a team out of one of the strongest markets in the league in favour of somewhere relatively unknown (and instead of one of the many other franchises that are currently struggling). -Kent Wilson of The Athletic, read more (paid subscription). thanks to a KK member for the pointer

Videos- Bad Goal Of The Night, Ouch Deflection And A Stuck Door


Vegas lost in a shootout.     Below, puck off the post, hits ref in the head and someone open the darn door.

The Columbus Blue Jackets Suffered An Embarrassing Home Loss


from Steve Gorten of the Columbus Dispatch, Tortorella walked into his postgame news conference and up to the podium after the 7-2 loss to the Oilers, spoke roughly four sentences and walked out. “There’s no sense in me even trying to answer questions about this game,” Tortorella said. “Sorry about that. Have a good night.” “We just weren’t ready to go,” Foligno said. “They fed it to us. It was a disappointing game, sloppy. No execution, no nothing. It wasn’t us.” Inside the Jackets’ dressing room, players tried to make sense of a game in which they surrendered a season high in goals. Four came in the second period, and the most painful was Mark Letestu’s short-handed breakaway score less than a second before intermission and just nine seconds after the Jackets got a power play. The home fans responded by booing their team, which had won six of its past seven at Nationwide Arena and 10 of 13 overall, off the ice. more Below, watch Tortorella's statement and game highlights....

Video- The Best From The NHL Games Played Last Night


Just south of 5 minutes long.