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Canucks’ Luongo posts 65th career shutout in win over Edmonton

Roberto Luongo (courtesy Vancouver Canucks)

Roberto Luongo stopped 19 shots on Friday night and recorded his 65th career shutout as the Vancouver Canucks won their sixth game in a row, 4-0 over the Edmonton Oilers.

The 34-year-old Loongo, a native of Canada, has also played for Florida Panthers and the New York Islanders.

The 6’3, 217-pound goalie has a career record of 348-289-33.

Edmonton Oilers promote assistant Krueger to head coach


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The Edmonton Oilers have decided to promote assistant Ralph Krueger to head coach. He receives a 3-year contract.

The 52-year-old Krueger spent the last two seasons under Tom Renney, whose contract was not renewed by the club.

The Oilers were the 2nd worst team, finishing  just ahead of the Columbus Blue Jackets.

Krueger, who played and coached in Europe, also was head coach of the Swiss national team from 1997 and 2010.


Info compiled from the NHL & the Edmonton Oilers

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Arniel gets minor-league head coaching job with Chicago Wolves

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Former Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Scott Arniel has confirmed to the media that he will be the coach of the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League.

The team is an affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks.

Arniel replaces Craig Mac Tavish, who left the Wolves to become the head of hockey operations for the Edmonton Oilers.

Arniel returns to the Canucks organization, where he spent two seasons as head coach of their AHL affiliate in Winnipeg before being hired by the Blue Jackets in 2010.

When Arniel was coach of the Blue Jackets, he often would get mad after losses and cut postgame press conferences short when he didn’t want to answer questions.


Info compiled from Radio & TV news

Mac Tavish back with Edmonton Oilers front office

Craig Mac Tavish (2011 photo by Leech44 via wikipedia commons)

The Edmonton Oilers have hired former coach Craig Mac Tavish as their senior vice president of hockey operations.

The 53-year-old Mac Tavish coached the Oilers from 2000-2009, including Edmonton’s run to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2006, when it lost in seven games to the Carolina Hurricanes.

As a player, Mac Tavish wore the sweaters of Boston, Edmonton, New York Rangers, Philadelphia and St. Louis.


Info compiled from NHL, Edmonton Oilers, Radio & TV news

Blue Jackets rally from 2-0 deficit to beat Edmonton; Richards now 2-2 as coach


Curtis Sanford with Vancouver in 2008 (photo by Mister Leung via wikipedia commons)

The Columbus Blue Jackets are playing well under interim head coach Todd Richards.

The team seems to be responding to his techniques and instruction. That could not be said for fired coach Scott Arniel, who ended up blaming the media for the team’s troubles in his final month with the team.

On Tuesday night, the Jackets were down 2-0 to the Edmonton Oilers, just 8:50 into the game and Richards called a timeout to just give the team a breather and to remind them the game is not won or lost in the opening period.

In the past under Arniel, this team did not have rallies to win, but under the more experienced Richards, they have the capability and they did.

The Blue Jackets beat the Oilers 4-2 in Nationwide Arena before a nice crowd of 13,814.

For the first time all year, covering 45 games, the Jackets rallied from a 2-0 deficit to win.

Curtis Sanford was the winning goaltender, stopping 21 of 23 shots for Columbus.

The goal scorers included Ryan Johansen and the 3 Derricks (all different spellings), Derick Brassard, Derek MacKenzie and Derek Dorsett.

The 3 stars of the game were MacKenzie, Dorsett and Brassard.


Info compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets news

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