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Posts Tagged ‘Quebec Nordiques.’

Blues continue to win under Hitchcock; Hunter loses debut game


Dale Hunter's #32 is retired by Washington Capitals Feb 2010 (photo by Patrickneil via wikipedia commons)

Dale Hunter, 51-year-old former NHL center for the Quebec Nordiques, Washington Capitals and Colorado Avalanche from 1980-1999, made his debut behind the bench as a head coach for the first time on Tuesday night.

He spent the past 11 years coaching in the Ontario Hockey League before the Washington Capitals elevated him to head coach replacing Bruce Boudreau.

The Capitals played better defense, but Hunter’s NHL coaching debut was spoiled by the St. Louis Blues, 2-1.

The Blues have the stingiest defense in the league and are limiting star scorers to 1 or 2 shots a game.

St. Louis is 8-1-2 since Ken Hitchcock took over as head coach on November 7 for Davis Payne.

The Blues have only allowed 13 goals in Hitchcock’s 11 games behind the bench.


Info compiled from St. Louis Blues & Washington Capitals news

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

Retiring Foote goes out on winning note


Adam Foote (file photo)

The Colorado Avalanche with their overtime win in game 82 over the Edmonton Oilers, 4-3, helped send 39-year-old popular defenseman and captain Adam Foote out on a winning note.

Foote, a former Blue Jackets captain, who fell out of disfavor with Columbus fans when he asked to be traded while the team was involved in a playoff chase, announced the final week of the season that he would be retiring after 19 seasons in the National Hockey League. Foote played 17 seasons with the Avalanche-Quebec Nordiques franchise.


compiled from staff & Colorado Avalanche news

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