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The train ride back from Philadelphia after the New York Rangers' one-goal loss to the Flyers in Game 4 wasn't all that long, yet long enough for them to shake off the disappointment. At least that is what they said the day after. "It's gone now,"
The Philadelphia Flyers signed defenseman Hal Gill to a one-year contract on Tuesday. More News Gill, 38, attended Flyers training camp on a professional try-out...Last season he appeared in 32 games for the Nashville Predators, failing to record any
Over six seasons with the Vancouver Canucks, Mason Raymond always approached training camp like he had to earn a place on the roster. "There's always somebody trying to take your spot," he said. "You have to be out there earning and be fully prepared
The Sports Network The Nashville Predators placed defenseman Hal Gill on waivers Tuesday. The move comes just over a year since the Preds inked the veteran to a two-year contract worth $4 million. Gill, 38, played in 32 regular-season games and
Selection Committee for this early edition of The Hippodrome and get to reading...Harvard : Suprisingly, in a way, the Titans cut ties with sometimes starter, sometimes backup, all-times quite nice Matt Hasselbeck. The BC alum is part of the best
The Sports Network The Nashville Predators have signed veteran defenseman Hal Gill to a two-year contract worth $4 million...Gill, 37, played in 23 regular season games for the Predators after being acquired in a trade from Montreal on Feb. 17,
Detroit Red Wings center Darren Helm (43) skates with the puck as Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Erik Gustafsson (26), from Sweden, and right wing Matt Read (24) defend in the first period, Tuesday, March 6, 2012, in Philadelphia...Helm missed the
The Montreal Canadiens will have a "Geoffrion" in their lineup again. Blake Geoffrion, the grandson of Canadiens legend Bernie (Boom Boom) Geoffrion, is on his way to Montreal from Nashville along with a second-round draft pick
He has missed three games, including Thursday night at the New York Islanders. Montreal's game notes said Gill had sat out two games because of the flu. The Canadiens will host the New York Rangers on Saturday, and Gill isn't likely to play.
Here's a sample of the warm fuzzies in the Habs' room: A thousand games, and he still hasn't made a good pass, marvelled Mike Cammalleri, who quickly added a disclaimer, that one's not mine, it's one of the other guys. He's probably the most annoying