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Alexei Kovalev blames the Montreal media for making a mountain out of a molehill.

-In a follow up story, Bob McKenzie says to go easy on Carbonneau.

-The Manitoba Moose won both their games this week after a shaky weekend.

-The Rangers have recalled Nigel Dawes from Hartford.

-In shoulder news, Martin Havlat does not need to have surgery, but Sheldon Souray is out indefinitely.

-Avs prospect and Gopher forward Ryan Stoa is out for the season with a knee injury.

-The Leafs have demoted Kris Newbury.

Rob Picarello with NHL Power Rankings.

William Houston disagrees with Dave Keon’s selection as greatest Leaf.

Randy Robitaille cleared waivers for the Sens and is skating with Patrick Eaves and Mike Fisher in practice.

Martin St. Louis is leading the NHL in ice time amongst forwards.

Alex Ponikarovsky is back in the Leafs’ lineup.

Pierre Lebrun thinks Pat Quinn might get a shot in Atlanta.

-Caps prospect Josh Godfrey is off to a hot start in the OHL.

-Potential first rounder Colton Teubert gets a 2 game suspension for his hit on a Moose Jaw Warrior.

Fanhouse says the Blues are back.

-A funny video about the Sabres at Sportsnet.

Michael Farber of SI discusses the Luongo trade.

Terry Frei wonders about records in the modern era.

David Amber with ten top milestones in hockey and the likelihood that they will be broken.

Rocket Richard was the first to 500 goals 50 years ago.

Jim Matheson with a look at the first three weeks of the NHL season.

-The Wednesday roundup from the WHL.

-Which is the better conference in the NHL?

-Danish prospect Oscar Moller scores his first hat trick.

Bruce Dowbiggin feels Paul Kelly must change the attitude of the players.

Kiprusoff is not happy with his start.

Mason Raymond has been sent down to Manitoba.

Chris Chelios sets his sites on Don Meehan.

Mike Brophy thinks both Niedermayer and Selanne will be back for Anaheim.

Ryan Dixon looks at goalie tendencies.

-After a strong season last year, Petteri Nummelin is now fighting for a job in Minnesota.

Dennis Grebeshkov will draw in for Sheldon Souray.

For Illegal Curve, I’m Kyle Kosior