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Extractions: Nice work! I've been complaining about how San Jose won't sign any players until the season is underway (see below). I just wanted to compliment Anaheim for signing number one draft pick Joffrey Lupul for three years . He's looking good in the WHL, so why wouldn't Disney's Ducks get the contract stuff out of the way?
Extractions: Keenan's Baaack : It wasn't one of hockey's best kept secrets, but in case you didn't hear, Mike Keenan, fired in November as coach of the Florida Panthers, was brought back as GM yesterday (l:firstname.lastname@example.org;p:please). You can't make this stuff up. Coaching for...... , posted on May 27, 2004 more Panthers Coach Hunting : Interesting... Jim Kelley reports the Florida Panthers are courting Tampa Bay Lightning assistant coach Craig Ramsay to coach the Panthers. The only hitch? Ramsay can't be sprung until the Lightning's season ends. And they're playing so well, that could be...... , posted on November 14, 2003 more Keenan Fired : Wow. The Panthers fired coach Mike Keenan. Keenan was involved in a perpetual death match with his GM, Rick Dudley, but it seemed owner Alan Cohen wanted both of them running the team. So neither was ever fired. But there...... , posted on November 10, 2003 more Bure Foils Panthers : Does Valeri Bure have any idea what he's worth? Probably not. Why else would he refuse to restructure the last year of his contract? The Panthers are trying to free up some money to sign a veteran defenseman of some...... , posted on August 13, 2003 more Worrell Sad to Leave Florida : So if you buy a nice car, you get a good car alarm, right? You've got to protect your valuables. The same thing applies in hockey. The Colorado Avalanche have a lot of valuables on the ice now (Paul Kariya,...... , posted on July 21, 2003
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Extractions: The Russian ice hockey team's Olympic medal quest has suffered a setback with the withdrawal of leading defenseman Dmitry Yushkevich. The 30-year-old NHL player, who helped his country to second at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, was ruled out because of a blood clot in one of his legs. Yushkevich's condition was discovered after he played in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday. Russian coach "His participation is out of the question," National head coach and general manager Vyacheslav Fetisov told a Russian radio station. "Obviously, he is very disappointed, but you have to understand that we can't take any risks when it comes to the athlete's health. "It's a big loss for us because he was one of our top players."
Extractions: BBC SPORT Winter Olympics 2002 Front Page Alpine Skiing Other Skiing Skating ... BBC Coverage Friday, 8 February, 2002, 19:15 GMT The Russian ice hockey team's Olympic medal quest has suffered a setback with the withdrawal of leading defenseman Dmitry Yushkevich. The 30-year-old NHL player, who helped his country to second at the 1998 Nagano Olympics, was ruled out because of a blood clot in one of his legs. Yushkevich's condition was discovered after he played in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday. " It's a big loss for us because he was one of our top players " "His participation is out of the question," National head coach and general manager Vyacheslav Fetisov told a Russian radio station. "Obviously, he is very disappointed, but you have to understand that we can't take any risks when it comes to the athlete's health. "It's a big loss for us because he was one of our top players." Yushkevich is now being treated with blood thinner for the clot which is in his calf, just below the knee, but is likely to miss the remainder of the NHL season in addition to the Winter Olympics.
Extractions: U.S. outduels Russia to solidify place in standings Ostrava, Czech Republic (Sportsbooks) - Chris Drury scored the deciding marker shorthanded with 4:35 remaining to lead the United States to a 3-2 win over Russia in qualifying action at the World Hockey Championships. Drury slammed home a rebound of a shot by Buffalo Sabres teammate Mike Grier for the go-ahead tally.