NHL News and Notes for March 25, 2007

Former NHL player agent David Frost is facing a few charges after a former NHL player’s credit card was used to buy gas. Frost is being accused of fraud, impersonation and breach of probation terms. Police say a man in Kingston, Ontario, was trying to pay for nearly $90 in gas using a credit cardContinue reading “NHL News and Notes for March 25, 2007”

NHL News and Notes for March 24, 2007

The Anaheim Ducks and Detroit Red Wings have clinched playoff spots in the West. The Ducks did it with an overtime win last night, reaching the 100 point mark for the first time in their history. The Red Wings got into the post-season when the Edmonton Oilers finally won a game and beat the ColoradoContinue reading “NHL News and Notes for March 24, 2007”

NHL News and Notes for March 21, 2007

It’s the first day of spring, readers! —- Will Todd Bertuzzi be finally ready to play in his first game with the Detroit Red Wings tomorrow (Thursday)? He skated on Tuesday in Detroit and noted that he felt strong. Bert is intending to make the warm-up tomorrow night and could very well make his debutContinue reading “NHL News and Notes for March 21, 2007”

NHL News and Notes for March 20, 2007

The Montreal Canadiens have now tied Carolina for eighth place in the East, making the race for the final playoff spot even more exciting for Eastern Conference fans. Montreal won its second game in a row by beating Carolina tonight, setting the tone for one heck of an exciting finish in the East. The CanadiensContinue reading “NHL News and Notes for March 20, 2007”

NHL News and Notes for March 18, 2007

Dallas Stars center Mike Modano has passed Joe Mullen to become the highest scoring American-born player in the NHL. He has scored 503 career goals at article press time, scoring the 503rd goal against the Nashville Predators last night. The goal came in Modano’s 1,227th career game. Modano has played his entire career as aContinue reading “NHL News and Notes for March 18, 2007”