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The N. Louis Blues on Tuesday night. He will miss Game 5 on Thursday in St.
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As he watched the video, Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw realized exactly what he did. Shaw will miss Game 5 in St Louis on Thursday, and he will be required to undergo sensitivity training. Speaking quietly for a few minutes before the team left for St.
Not even once? Patrick is really, really good at his job. His manager likes his calls so much that she recommends him to work with new training classes, let them listen in on his calls, job shadow, etc.
One of the things that we can be proudest about on the West Coast is our open-mindedness. Earlier this week, a high-profile American Web paper known as The Onion revealed that all three long-time Canucks have acknowledged that they are openly gay. Highlights of the story which can be found here include a revealing segment on former National Hockey League enforcer Bob Probert. Shockingly, apparently Mark Messier is also gay.
PP Pts. Just when you thought he couldn't get any better, Kane posted his best season yet as a pro insetting career highs in goals 44assists 66 and shots while averaging a whopping of ice time in 81 appearances. Kane nearly dragged the Blackhawks kicking and screaming into the playoffs, earning himself a nomination for the Ted Lindsay Award - which is given to the NHL's most outstanding regular-season player as judged by members of the NHL player's association - in the process. It'd be unfair to expect the year-old sniper to submit a repeat performance inbut plus goals and plus points certainly isn't out of the question.