The Colorado Avalanche announced today that left wing Steve Konowalchuk will need surgery on his right wrist to repair torn ligaments. He will miss the remainder of the 2005-06 season. "Further examination along with an MRI confirmed that Steve has torn ligaments in his right wrist and that surgery is necessary," said Avalanche Head Athletic Trainer Matt Sokolowski. "We anticipate the recovery time to be between six and seven months."FULL STORY...
Canucks face Avalanche in Denver
Canadiens recall Huet, Danis sent down
The Montreal Canadiens have recalled goaltender Cristobal Huet from the Hamilton Bulldogs of the American Hockey League. The Canadiens assigned goaltender Yann Danis to the Bulldogs.
Blues playoff streak in jeopardy
When St. Louis Blues owner Bill Laurie decided to sell the team, he slashed payroll and shipped out star defenceman Chris Pronger rather than signing him to a long-term deal, believing that would make the team more attractive to potential buyers.
Daily updates from around the NHL:
The Latest: Coach Mike Babcock insists Steve Yzerman's role is not being reduced, but the captain was a healthy scratch Saturday against the Sharks. Yzerman totalled only 12:54 of ice-time in the last two games in which he has played. (More)...
With the first significant trades of the season going down, talks are still swirling in Anaheim, Boston and Florida, while Vancouver tries to refute blockbuster rumours.
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Updated November 22nd
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Shanahan, Schneider lift Wings over Sharks
Kings win fifth straight on home ice
Cherry slams Pound's NHL doping claims
Panthers suffer ninth straight road loss
Blue Jackets end seven-game losing streak
Stars end Predators' winning streak
Crosby could miss game with bruised foot
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