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Discussion in 'Football, Baseball, and Hockey' started by roscoe36, Oct 11, 2006.
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Red Wings centre Greg Johnson announced his retirement on Wednesday. Johnson, 35, was diagnosed with a hereditary heart abnormality during his training camp physical. He played for 12 seasons and signed with Detroit as a free agent after playing with the Nashville Predators for most of his career. link:CANOE -- SLAM! Sports - Hockey NHL - Detroit: Red Wings centre Greg Johnson retires with heart abnormality
Improving game night for fans Wachovia Center fans this year will do a double-take when they look at the new center-ice scoreboard that takes state of the art to a new level. Link To Original Article
Habs-Flyers battle on TSN Backup David Aebischer, left, is in net as the Canadiens wrap up a season-opening three-game road trip against Peter Forsberg and the Flyers. Link To Original Article
NHL ads hit the airwaves See the first two spots from the NHL's new Game On! ad campaign: Link To Original Article
Buffalo visits Detroit on TSN Ryan Miller and the Buffalo Sabres look to improve to 4-0 as they travel to Detroit to take on the Red Wings (7:00 p.m. ET) on TSN. Link To Original Article
Isles earn first win in shootout The New York Islanders won their first game of the season, ending their four game road trip with a 5-4 shootout victory over the Anaheim Ducks. Link To Original Article
It's a pretty special group of players who have scored 500 goals. Last night, Toronto Maple Leafs Captain Mats Sundin scored his streaking down the wing and unleashing a slapshot from just inside the blue line.
Unwanted history lesson for 'Canes A struggling start has the defending champion Carolina Hurricanes making some unwanted history. John Kreiser has more in his By The Numbers column. Shooting Stars remain perfect The Dallas Stars withstood a last-minute tying goal by Anaheim's Andy McDonald to defeat the Ducks in a shootout and improve to 5-0-0 on the season.
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