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Red Wings making playoff push, defeats Tampa Bay; pushes CBJ to 8th in East playoff chase

(courtesy NHL, Detroit Red Wings)

You can always count on the Detroit Red Wings to be making a playoff push every year.

Moved to the Eastern Conference this year along with the Columbus Blue Jackets, The Red Wings defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning, 3-2 on Sunday afternoon.

Detroit takes over seventh place from the CBJ with a record of 35-26-14 for 84 points. Columbus drops to eighth who have a record of 38-30-6 for 82 points.

The Red Wings received goals from David Legwand, Joakim Andersson and Gustav Nyquist.

Tampa Bay’s Lecavalier set to play in milestone 1,000th career game tonight

Vincent Lecavalier (photo by kaatiya, IrisKawling via wikipedia commons)

32-year-old Tampa Bay Lightning center Vincent Lecavalier will achieve another milestone in his NHL career tonight at the New York Islanders.

The Canadian will play in his 1,000th game of his career in his 14th season.

The first overall pick in the NHL Draft in 1998, came into the league as an 18-year-old and has stayed with the Lightning.

He said he never envisioned of playing in 1,000 games.

During his career, Lecavalier has played in 999 games, scored 373 goals, dished out 469 assists for 842 points.

 

Info compiled from NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning

Tampa Bay escapes Blue Jackets, 3-2

 

Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay March 2009 (photo by Resolute via wikipedia commons)

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Tampa Bay Lightning scored quick in the first period against Columbus on Saturday night and hung on for the entire third period.

Blair Jones and Eric Brewer scored in the opening period and Steve Stamkos scored in the second period as the Lightning won 3-2.

Former Jacket goalie Mathieu Garon stopped 26 shots and made a triumphant return to Nationwide Arena.

Stamkos, who entered the game tied for the NHL lead with 19 goals with Milan Michalek of Ottawa, put up the game-winner, his 20th.

The Jackets momentarily came back in the second period to tie the game at 2-2 with goals from R.J. Umberger and Rick Nash, and Vinny Prospal provided two assists.

NOTES:

* Before the game, Prospal was honored by the Blue Jackets for becoming the 268th player to play in 1,000 NHL games. He reached the mark against Buffalo on November 25.

* Umberger’s scored his 8oth goal with Columbus. He is eight shy of tying Geoff Sanderson for third on the franchise’s career list.

* Derek Dorsett returned to the ice for the Blue Jackets after missing two games for a problem with his left lower leg, following a collision with Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas last week.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING POST-GAME LOCKER ROOM

49 029 Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay center Back on a row after losing 7 of 9 games

49 033 Mathieu Garon Tampa Bay goalie Back in Columbus to play his old team

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME PRESS CONFERENCE

49 044 Scott Arniel CBJ coach 1-3-1 homestand very disappointing

Bruins bring back 42-year-old Recchi to help mentor 18-year-old Tyler Seguin

Mark Recchi Boston (nhl)

compiled from staff, wire, Boston Bruins and NHL news

42-year-old Mark Recchi will be sticking around the Boston Bruins to be a part of their youth movement.

Recchi signed a one-year contract to return to Boston for his 22nd NHL season, making the league’s oldest active player under contract. If 48-year-old Chris Chelios, who can become an unrestricted free agent, doesn’t return to the NHL, Recchi would become the oldest player in the league. Chelios played with the Atlanta Thrashers last season, his 26th NHL season.

By playing another season in Boston, it gives Recchi a chance to play with 18-year-old prospect Tyler Seguin, the number 2 overall pick in last week’s NHL draft.

A seven-time All-Star, Recchi leads active players with 922 assists and is second with 563 goals. He is ninth in career NHL games played with 1,571, but if he plays a full season in 2010-2011, he’ll move up as high as fourth all-time.

The Bruins reached the Eastern Conference semifinals this past season, taking a 3-0 lead over Philadelphia before the Flyers tied the series and the came back from a three-goal deficit in game 7 to advance. Boston is just the third NHL team to lose a playoff series it led by three games.

Recchi garnered 18 goals and 25 assists last season plus a team-leading six goals along with four assists in 13 playoff games. He was picked up by Boston from the Tampa Bay Lightning in March 2009. He has also suited up with Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Montreal, Carolina and Atlanta.

Guy Boucher says ‘yes’ to the Tampa Bay Lightning

compiled from staff and wire reports

Just a few days after telling the Columbus Blue Jackets ‘no’ to their head coaching vacancy, Guy Boucher said ‘yes’ to the Tampa Bay Lightning.

In his first major move since becoming general manager of the struggling franchise, Steve Yzerman stepped outside of hiring a well-known NHL coach to hire Guy Boucher as the team’s new coach on Thursday.

Boucher has only one year of professional coaching experience, none on the NHL level.  Yzerman says that he was not going to let Boucher’s age of 38, deter him from hiring an-up-and coming coach with potential.

Guy Boucher (Hamilton Bulldogs photo)

The former coach of the Hamilton Bulldogs from the American Hockey League, agreed to a contract after turning down a chance to coach the Columbus Blue Jackets earlier this week.

Boucher replaces Rick Tocchet, who was fired April 12 after a 34-36-12 finish left the Lightning out of the playoffs for the third straight year.

He led Hamilton, which is Montreal’s top minor league affiliate, to the second-best record in the AHL.

Boucher will inherit a roster that has a chance to win with Vincent Lecavalier, Martin St. Louis and Steven Stamkos, the top pick in the 2008 NHL draft who scored 51 goals this season to tie Sidney Crosby for the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy.

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