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U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame selects 5 for 2011 induction

 

United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2002 (photo by Kirs 10 via wikipedia commons)

The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame has selected its 2011 induction class.

Former NHL stars Chris Chelios, Keith Tkachuk and Gary Suter have been selected for induction.

The induction will take place this coming fall.

Also joining the induction class, Philadelphia Flyers founder and current owner Ed Snider along with play-by-play announcer Mike Emrick.

Chelios played a remarkable 26 NHL seasons with Montreal, Chicago, Detroit and Atlanta. He retired after 2009-10 season as the all-time leader in games played by a defenseman (1,651). He was also part of three Stanley Cup championships.

Tkachuk played nearly two decades and is one of just four American-born players to score 500 career NHL goals.

Suter spent most of his 17 seasons with Calgary and helped the Flames to a Stanley Cup in 1989.

 

Info courtesy of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame & NHL news

Red Wings sign defenseman Ian White

 

Ian White (file photo)

The Detroit Red Wings have agreed to a two-year contract with defenseman Ian White.

The contract is for $5.75 million for the 27-year-old White.

White will be given a chance to replace the recently-retired defenseman Brian Rafalski on Detroit’s power-play.

White has played for San Jose, Carolina, Calgary and Toronto and in 401 games has scored 36 goals and added 107 assists.

 

Info compiled from Detroit Red Wings & NHL news

CBJ prospect Johansen invited to Canada’s junior team camp

 

Ryan Johansen (file photo)

Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Ryan Johansen has been selected by Hockey Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Hockey League, for Canada’s National Junior Team Sport Chek Summer Development Camp, scheduled for August 3-7 in Edmonton and Fort McMurray, Alberta.

The camp roster has 26 forwards, 16 defenseman and four goaltenders.

The 18-year-old Johansen is one of seven players invited to the camp who helped Canada capture the silver medal at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo. The 6’3, 192-pound center was named to the tournament All-Star team after scoring three goals and six assists for nine points with two penalty minutes, a +4 plus/minus rating and a team-leading 32 shots on goal in seven games.

The Port Moody, British Columbia native was Columbus’ first pick, fourth overall, at the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. He completed his second season with the Western Hockey League’s Portland Winterhawks in 2010-11, collecting 40 goals, 52 assists for 92 points, 64 penalty minutes with a +44 plus/minus rating in 63 games and adding 6-12-18, 18 penalty minutes in 13 playoff outings. In 134 career WHL games, he has registered 65-96-161, 82 penalty minutes and a plus/minus rating of +61.

The summer development camp is the first step in selecting a team to represent Canada’s National Junior Team for the IIHF World Junior Championship, which will be held from December 26, 2011 to January 5, 2012 in Calgary and Edmonton. Then a group of players will be brought to camp in December to form the final roster of 22.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets

Atlanta loses its second hockey team to Canada

 

Atlanta, Georgia has a metro area population of more than 5 million people. They can support the Braves, Falcons, Hawks, Georgia Tech and Georgia State, but not hockey.

The Flames left for Calgary in 1980 and now they have lost the Thrashers to the Western Canada province of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

MTS Centre in July 2010 (photo by Wpg guy via wikipedia commons)

The struggling NHL franchise was sold to the True North Sports and Entertainment group that moves the team to Winnepeg where it’ll begin play next season.

This makes Atlanta the first city in the NHL’s modern history to lose two teams.

The team will play its game’s at the MTS Centre, a 15,000-seat arena.

 

compiled from NHL, Atlanta Thrashers & various hockey news sources

 

Columbus activates Huselius, assigns Mayorov to Springfield

 

Kristian Huselius (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated left wing Kristian Huselius off injured reserve and assigned right wing Maksim Mayorov to the Springfield Falcons of the American Hockey League.

The 32-year-old Huselius played Sunday against the Chicago Blackhawks after missing the past 20 games due to an injury suffered at the United Center in Chicago on February 18. He has registered 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points in 35 games this season. Huselius has played in 657 games with Florida, Calgary and Columbus.

Mayorov, who is 22, who has made an impression on head coach Scott Arniel who told the media after Sunday’s game that the young player will be given a chance to win a job next season with the Jackets.

The right winger scored the first goal of his NHL career against Chicago on Friday and scored the game-deciding shootout goal against Florida on March 29. He has appeared in 12 career games in the NHL with the Blue Jackets.

The Andizhan, Russia native was Columbus’ fifth pick, 94th overall, in the 2007 Entry Draft.

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