News From The World of Hockey: April 30, 2008

Daniel ArouchianSenior Analyst IApril 30, 2008

Breaking News: Avery hospitalized

Even with the season over, Leafs still lose to the Canadians. Now how could that happen? 

Carbonneau is not revealing his goaltender until game time tonight. 

Flyers veteran Mike Knuble set to return for game 4 tonight. 

With the Penguins leading 3-0 in the series, is tomorrow’s game the last time we’ll see Jagr? 

Pat Burns is having fun behind the bench. 

Canada loses exhibition game 4-1 against Russia. Come on guys, this is our game! 

Here’s the list of the greatest hockey players of all time. 

With the playoffs almost done the next step will be the free agent signings

Paul Stastny is out with a knee injury that occurred during the first period of game 3 against Detroit. 

Stars re-sign Steve Ott to a two year contract.

Ducks sign a three-year contract with forward Ryan Carter.

 

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