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Dallas fires GM Joe Nieuwendyk after missing playoffs for fourth straight year

Joe Nieuwendyk (photo by Resolute via wikipedia commons)

There had been speculation in Dallas for weeks that Stars head coach Glen Gulutzan was going to be fired at the end of the lockout-shortened 48-game NHL season.

Well, at least for now, Black Monday did not get the coach, but the GM instead.

On Sunday night, the Stars fired general manager Joe Nieuwendyk after four seasons, two coaches and no playoffs appearances.

The Stars ended the season with a 22-22-4 mark and out of the playoffs for the fifth straight year.

The 46-year-old Nieuwendyk is a former NHL center playing for Calgary, Dallas, New Jersey, Toronto and Florida from 1987-2007.

For now, Dallas has an option on Coach Gulutzan for a third season.

 

 

Sharks obtain Stuart from Detroit Red Wings

 

Brad Stuart as an LA King (photo by Nichole Glaze Photography via wikipedia commons)

The San Jose Sharks have acquired defenseman Brad Stuart from the Detroit Red Wings for Andrew Murray, a forward and a conditional 2014 draft pick.

This will be Stuart’s second stint with the Sharks, as he was drafted by the organization back in the late 1990′s.

Stuart has also played for Boston, Calgary and the Kings.

Stuart is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1. The Sharks management feel that they can sign him to a new contract this month.

 

Info compiled from the Detroit Red Wings & San Jose Sharks

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE: News, Notes, Milestones

 

(clipart by Chris courtesy Clker.com)

This is the latest news, notes and milestones from the NHL.

 

***Washington Capitals head coach Dale Hunter, who took over on November 28, signed on for only the remainder of the season. If Hunter and the Capitals front office feel the fit is right, he can remain for 2012-2013.

If not, Hunter will return to running the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League.

 

***Columbus Blue Jackets winger Cody Bass, who was called up from minor-league Springfield twice this season, will have shoulder surgery on January 3 thus ending his season. He is a tough player.

 

***Calgary’s Jarome Iginla is a consistent player. With three more goals, he’ll have 250 since the 2004-2005 lockout ended. Before the lockout, he scored 250 goals.

 

***Washington Capitals winger Mike Knuble played in his 1,000th game. Knuble has scored 221 of his 271 career goals in the NHL after his 30th birthday. He has more goals after his 30th birthday than Wayne Gretzky, the Great One did with 217.

 

Info compiled from NHLmedia.com and its member teams

 

clipart courtesy of Clker.com

600 win club welcomes Chicago’s Quenneville

 

Joel Quenneville (file photo)

Chicago Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville became the 10th NHL coach on Sunday to achieve the 600th win of his career in the team’s 4-2 win over Calgary.

With the win, Chicago pushed past Minnesota for the most points in the NHL with 46. The Blackhawks have been one of the NHL’s hottest teams the past two weeks going 7-0-1 in the past eight games.

 

Info compiled from staff, Radio & TV

Chris Drury retires from NHL after 12 seasons

 

Chris Drury with NY Rangers at Staples Center (photo by HuntingJ38 via wikipedia commons)

Chris Drury has decided to retire from the National Hockey League after 12 seasons.

He was unable to sign with a new team after the New York Rangers bought out the final year of their captain’s contract back in June.

Drury was the 72nd overall pick of the Quebec Nordiques in 1994.

He has also played for Colorado, Calgary and Buffalo. The Quebec Nordiques are now the Colorado Avalanche.

In 892 career games in the NHL,  Drury scored 255 goals and garnered 615 points. He scored 47 game-winning goals in the regular season, but he was always making big plays in the postseason, where he scored 17 of his 47 goals in 135 games which were winners.

The 35-year-old center struggled during his final season with the Rangers, as injuries limited him to just 24 games.

compiled from NHL, New York Rangers news

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