Stanley Cup Final (no s) – June 04, 2009

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Evgeni Malkin has 21 points in his last 10 games. These are tight playoff games, mind you, not loosey-goosey regular season games. Now try and tell me that when he hits his prime in three or four years that he won't get 150 points. Try.


David Krejci will undergo hip surgery today. He will be sidelined until mid-September at the earliest – or mid-November at the latest.


It still looks like Datsyuk and Draper will return to the lineup tonight and replace Abdelkader and Leino. Rafalski and Holmstrom missed practice yesterday, as I'm sure you know, but are expected to be in the lineup.


Eric Fehr had surgery on both of his shoulders (torn labrum on each) two weeks ago and is out for 3-6 months. That puts training camp in doubt. On one hand, perhaps that is why he performed so poorly down the stretch.


It's looking more and more as if Ray Emery will be the starter in Philly. He will be a cheap solution that will give them cap relief and is a dark horse to be a very strong netminder. He is also a dark horse to be a very weak one. Big risk. Emery can't sign with an NHL team until July 1.

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Why do 95% of the media outlets and 99% of the fans call it the Stanley Cup Finals? It's "Final". There aren't two of them. Pet peeve…


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