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Hurricanes Shake-Up? The Carolina Hurricanes have emerged as the team to watch from an Insider perspective. Decimated by injuries - including those to Eric and Jordan Staal - the Hurricanes remain the only NHL team without a win and even though the club has considerable time to make up ground, some around the league label the Canes as the early favorite to make a significant change this season. Ten days ago, Leafs nation was jolted by a suggestion on Insider Trading that Eric Staal could one day be a Maple Leaf. The information was based on the Leafs interest in the Carolina captain which the Leafs explored months ago, yet there has been no change in that level of interest since. However, Staals commitment to the team, his brother and the Carolina community also hasnt changed, so while some remain confident Staal may one day consider a move, its also possible that day never comes. The primary reason being, with a healthy lineup, Staal and management believe Carolina is much better than its woeful start indicates. Staal is said to be progressing and may return from an upper body injury as early as Tuesday and Nathan Gerbe should also be in Tuesday’s lineup, so help is on the way. Peter Karmanos is known as a budget-conscious owner. If things dont improve dramatically, the likelihood increases Karmanos puts heat on rookie general manager Ron Francis to trim the payroll that current stands at $66.2 million (according to capgeek.com). This seems somewhat obvious given the fact the Hurricanes invested money this season to put together a more competitive team. Francis will preach patience, soundly supported by not having his top two centres, a crippling blow for any NHL club. The longer Carolina waits to make a significant deal, the more money that is paid down in salaries, which may not be budget friendly, but could lure a larger collection of bidders - including cap-strapped contenders - if a key piece like Staal is legitimately in play. What we know at this point is; Staal is not going to be the one to come out and say he wants out. What Rebuild? The Calgary Flames remain in rebuild mode, strongly interested in making deals for age appropriate assets and are keenly motivated to strengthen the organization through the draft and development. Yet, as enticing as potential franchise players Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel might be, the Flames brass insists winning trumps everything. Calgary has won five of their first nine and sits third in the Pacific Division with 11 points, just one point shy of league leaders Montreal, Anaheim and Nashville. The Flames werent supposed to be able to score yet, early in the regular season, this hard-working group ranks 16th in goals for with 2.67 per game, above the likes of Los Angeles, St. Louis and Boston. Brian Burke says hes not surprised by his teams impressive start, directing praise at the Flames goaltending and a work ethic he gives head coach Bob Hartley credit for instilling. The notion Calgary is doing a disservice to its long-term plan by winning is dismissed by the president of hockey operations. Burke is as insulted by the suggestion of tanking today as hes ever been, and says he would support strong penalties against any club found guilty of doing anything other than trying to win. This comment is consistent with the opinion Burke shared on tanking during a TSN 1050 radio interview in March. If the coach made the suggestion, I would fire him on the spot, said Burke. If I made the suggestion, I would suggest to ownership that they fire me on the spot. Nine games is hardly a sample size worthy of planning a postseason party, but the early success does fall in line with Burkes belief teams in transition should still be competitive and entertaining to watch. Lightning Fast Heres another story to add to the Steven Stamkos file. We all know Stamkos commitment to training in the offseason is second to none. This past summer, Stamkos approached his routine under the supervision of fitness guru Gary Roberts with his usual intensity and machine-like execution, despite the fact he was hampered by a surgically inserted screw nearly protruding through his skin - the remaining piece of hardware used to stabilize a badly broken leg. Roberts recalls one particular workout designed around what was supposed to be a light run because of lingering issues with his leg, where after limping into position, Stamkos shredded the track and posted a time of 10.5 seconds over 100 metres. As a point of comparison, top Canadian decathlete Damian Warner recorded a personal best of 10.29 seconds this past July in Glasgow en route to winning the decathlon at the Commonwealth Games. OT Update The architects of the NHLs long change and pre-overtime dry scrape are rallying behind this weeks surge in games decided in overtime. To date, 11 of the 25 games that have gone past regulation have been settled in OT rather than a shootout. Last season, only 8 of 25 were decided in overtime. Now, as satisfied as those who pushed for the OT tweaks might be, the AHLs 3-on-3 experiment continues to produce impressive results. Eight of the 16 overtime games played this season have ended 3-on-3. Six have ended in 4-on-4 and just two of the 16 have required a shootout. Rest assured that Red Wings GM Ken Holland, a strong advocate for 3-on-3 hockey, is pleased with these results. 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"Well over 50 (per cent)," coach Claude Noel said Tuesday after practice, where the Jets were looking at ways to cut down the scoring chances theyve been giving away. Nike Vapormax Comme Des Garcons Prezzo . Watching them over the past year - and in some cases, two years - has given us a starting point for this seasons Craigs List. Vapormax Off White 2018 . -- Top-ranked Stacy Lewis birdied the last three holes and five of the final six Thursday for an 8-under 64 and a share of the lead with Mi Jung Hur in the Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic.Chicago Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo has been offered in-person hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety for his cross check on Winnipeg Jets forward Mathieu Perreault. The incident occurred with roughly 10 seconds remaining in the second period of the Jets’ 4-2 win on Friday night, when Carcillo cross checked Perreault from behind. He received a minor penalty for cross-checking on the play. Perreault did not return to the game. In 331 games with the Blackhawks this season, Carcillo has four goals and three assists as well as 32 penalty minutes.dddddddddddd The 29-year-old received a six-game suspension in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs for physical abuse of an official while with the New York Rangers. An in-person hearing allows the league to reserve the right to suspend Carcillo for five or more games. He signed a one-year deal with the Blackhawks in October. ' ' '

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