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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE: News, Notes, Milestones


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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 and its member teams


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Blue Jackets put Bass on waivers


Cody Bass (Blue Jackets photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets keep making player moves to try and improve a slow start to the season.

Cody Bass has shown energy and physical play during his 10 games since being recalled from Springfield of the AHL in October. But he has been scratched the past two games.

The CBJ have put him on waivers despite his play. It is to open up a roster spot for flexibility according to head coach Scott Arniel.

If no one claims him, Bass will stay with Columbus.

Bass can stay with the Jackets for 10 more games or 30 days without having to clear waivers again. He can also be sent back to Springfield, Massachusetts again.

By putting Bass on waivers, the Blue Jackets open up a roster spot to add a player by trade or waivers.


Info courtesy of the Columbus Blue Jackets

NHL hands down suspension to Blue Jackets’ Wisniewski


James Wisniewski (Chicago Blackhawks photo)

The National Hockey League is still in the preseason phase of the year, but already there have been suspensions handed down.

Columbus defenseman James Wisniewski and Minnesota winger Brad Staubitz have been suspended indefinitely after Saturday’s game for some chippy play during the Wild’s 4-3 overtime win.

Wisniewski received a minor penalty for an illegal check to the head of Cal Clutterbuck in the third period.

Staubitz was given a 5-minute major and a game misconduct after checking Cody Bass from behind in the third period.

The NHL’s department of player safety, headed by former player Brendan Shanahan will have a hearing and review on these issues.

Info compiled from NHL, Radio & TV news

Blue Jackets recent moves also strengthen minor-league affiliate


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The Columbus Blue Jackets off-season moves are to strengthen the NHL team but also their minor-league affiliate as well.

Their AHL team, the Springfield Falcons, finished at 35-40-2-3 last season, 12th out of 15 teams in the Eastern Conference of the American Hockey League.

The Springfield management want the team to be more competitive. They will hire a coach to tutor the defenseman, which is very much needed.

The signings of forwards Dane Byers, Martin St. Pierre and Cody Bass will help the Falcons.

The 25-year-old Byers scored 15 goals and 31 assists in 75 games with three teams.

St. Pierre, who turns 28 in August, played last season in Austria, Russia and Finland. He has played well in the AHL, scoring 405 points in 367 career games.

Bass, who is 24, scored six goals with nine assists in 58 games for Binghamton in the AHL last season.

The team has also signed AHL MVP Alexandre Giroux, a winger, along with defenseman Aaron Johnson, forward Ryan Russell and goaltender Curtis Sanford.


compiled from staff, Columbus Blue Jackets & Springfield Falcons