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Blue Jackets acquire center Trevor Smith from Anaheim

Trevor Smith (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have acquired center Trevor Smith from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for defenseman Nate Guenin. Smith has been assigned to the Springfield Falcons, Columbus’ American Hockey League affiliate.

The 25-year-old Smith has tallied 12 goals and 15 assists for 27 points in 35 games this season with the Syracuse Crunch, Anaheim’s AHL affiliate. He leads the club in goals, assists, points and shorthanded goals. He has collected 84 goals, 92 assists for 176 points in 249 career AHL games with Bridgeport and Syracuse, including 21 goals, 26 assists for 47 points in 77 games with Bridgeport in 2009-2010.

The North Vancouver, British Columbia native made his NHL debut with the New York Islanders on December 31, 2008 vs. Florida. He has registered 1 goal and 1 point in seven career NHL games with the Islanders, all during the 2008-09 season.

Prior to his professional career, he spent two seasons at the University of New Hampshire from 2005-07, where he garnered 31 goals, 32 assists for 63 points and a +11 rating in 78 career games. He was named NCAA East Second Team All-American in 2007.

Info courtesy of  the Columbus Blue Jackets

Crosby, Roloson & Zetterberg named NHL “Three Stars of the Week”

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Sidney Crosby

Henrik Zetterberg

Dwayne Roloson

New York Islanders goaltender Dwayne Roloson, Detroit Red Wings left wing Henrik Zetterberg and Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby have been named the NHL’s “Three Stars” of the Week.


Roloson allowed one goal in each start, posting a 3-0-0 record, 0.98 goals-against average and .972 save percentage as the Islanders improved to 4-0-1 in their past five games.

The 41-year-old Simcoe, Ontario native improved his season record to 5-12-1 with a 2.38 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage in 18 appearances.


Henrik Zetterberg notched seven points (three goals, four assists) in helping the Red Wings reclaim first place in the Western Conference with two wins in three starts.

Zetterberg leads Detroit in scoring with 40 points (13 goals, 27 assists) in 35 games.


Sidney Crosby garnered seven points (four goals, three assists) in four games as the Penguins went 3-1-0 and climbed to first place in the overall standings. He recorded at least one point in each contest, stretching his active streak point streak to 24 games, the longest in the NHL since Mats Sundin posted a 30-game streak with the Quebec Nordiques in 1992-93.

The Penguins captain leads the NHL in goals (30) and points (61) in 37 games.

Info courtesy of the National Hockey League

Crosby’s point streak ends in shootout loss to New York Islanders

Sidney Crosby gets cooled off by Islanders (file photo)

Sidney Crosby’s 25-game point streak was snapped by the New York Islanders and goaltender Rick DiPietro, who stopped the Penguins star and his teammates high-powered offense in a shootout win in Uniondale, New York.

Crosby had at least one point in every game since November 3 at Dallas, a run in which he scored 26 goals and 24 assists.

compiled from NHL & Pittsburgh Penguins news

MacLean out, Lemaire back as Devils coach; team loses to Islanders

Jacques Lemaire (file photo)

The New Jersey Devils have fired head coach John MacLean and replaced him with the man he replaced, Jacques Lemaire.

The 65-year-old Lemaire was given the Devils’ head coaching position for the third time in his career.

The Devils fired MacLean because the team tied for the fewest points in the NHL and the fact they’re looking at missing the playoffs for the first time since 1997.

The New York Islanders were the opposition in Lemaire’s first game back. The Isles, who were tied for the worst record with New Jersey, scored three times in the opening 11 minutes, with Josh Bailey netting the first two.

compiled from NHL & New Jersey Devils

Longtime NHL star Guerin has retired

It appears that veteran NHL forward Bill Guerin, with the inability to land a contract this season, has retired after 18 years and eight teams.

Guerin has scored 429 goals with Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Edmonton, Boston, Dallas, St. Louis, San Jose and the New York Islanders.

Bill Guerin (file photo)

The 40-year-old Guerin, spent his last 1 1/2 years with Pittsburgh scoring seven goals in 24 playoff games in the Penguins’ run to a Stanley Cup title in 2009.

Guerin also won the Stanley Cup with New Jersey in 1995.

The four-time NHL All-Star is one of the top-scoring U.S.-born hockey players of all-time. His 856 points rank him in the top 15.

Guerin was on United States teams that won the 1996 World Cup and a silver medal in the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics.

Guerin will always be known for his leadership, scoring touch and toughness.

compiled from staff & NHL news

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