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Islanders announce sale of minority stake of club

New York Islanders sell minority stake of team to Capitals co-owner, London-based investor
Frank Eltman, The Associated Press

UNIONDALE, N.Y. - The New York Islanders are selling a minority stake of the team, with a former Washington Capitals co-owner and a London-based investor to become full owners in two years.

The hockey team said Tuesday a group led by former Capitals co-owner Jon Ledecky and investor Scott Malkin agreed to buy a "substantial" minority interest. Terms weren't immediately disclosed.

AP Sources: Buffalo to host next 2 NHL combines

People familiar with discussions tell AP Buffalo to host NHL scouting combine next 2 years
John Wawrow, The Associated Press

BUFFALO, N.Y. - The NHL's annual pre-draft scouting combine is moving to Buffalo for the next two years, two people familiar with discussions told The Associated Press on Sunday night.

A formal announcement will be made at a news conference the Sabres have scheduled for Monday. The people spoke on the condition of anonymity because the team and the NHL have not revealed the reason for holding the news conference.

NHL senior vice-president of hockey operations Colin Campbell is scheduled to attend the announcement.

Penguins Sidney Crosby says aching wrist is "good"

NHL MVP Sidney Crosby ready for new regime in Pittsburgh as aching wrist heals
The Associated Press

ESTERO, Fla. - Pittsburgh Penguins star centre Sidney Crosby's right wrist appears to be on the road to recovery.

The reigning NHL MVP said Friday he's pleased with the way his wrist has responded to treatment over the summer and is anxious for training camp to begin as the Penguins try to recover from their second-round collapse in the playoffs.

Spezza scores 2, Ottawa blanks Rangers

Spezza, Anderson and rest of Senators shut down streaking Rangers 3-0
The Associated Press

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Henrik Lundqvist has been among the NHL's best goalies lately. Ottawa's Craig Anderson won't be joining his New York Rangers counterpart at the all-star game, but he sure is making a good case that he should be.

Anderson made 34 saves for his first shutout of the season, Jason Spezza scored twice and the Senators beat the surging Rangers 3-0 on Thursday night.

D. Sedin's OT goal lifts Canucks over Blues

Canucks stay atop West after Daniel Sedin's power-play OT goal beats Blues 3-2
R.B. Fallstrom, The Associated Press

ST. LOUIS - Daniel Sedin scored a power-play goal 46 seconds into overtime to give the Vancouver Canucks a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night in a matchup for first place in the Western Conference.

NHL Capsules: Anderson has shutout in Sens win

NHL Capsules: Anderson has first shutout of season in 3-0 Senators win
The Associated Press

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Craig Anderson made 34 saves for his first shutout of the season, Jason Spezza scored twice, and the Ottawa Senators beat the surging New York Rangers 3-0 on Thursday night.

Milan Michalek also scored for the Senators, who have won five straight at Madison Square Garden and seven of eight there (7-0-1).

New York (27-10-4), which entered with the most points in the NHL, had won five straight and 10 of 11.

Habs trade Cammalleri during 2-1 loss to Bruins

Struggling Canadiens lose 2-1 to Bruins; trade Cammalleri to Calgary
Jimmy Golen, The Associated Press

BOSTON - The Montreal Canadiens have struggled so much this season that even the Boston fans couldn't muster much of a hatred for their Original Six rivals.

So the crowd yelled derogatory cheers about Tim Tebow instead.

"They've got a lot going on right now, and I think their situation is a little bit different," Bruins coach Claude Julien said Thursday night after Boston beat the embattled Canadiens 2-1.

NHL Roundup: Red-hot Rangers win again

NHL Roundup: Stepan's SO goal leads Rangers to 10th win in last 11 games
The Associated Press

NEW YORK, N.Y. - Derek Stepan's goal in the sixth round of a shootout lifted the New York Rangers past the Phoenix Coyotes 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Stepan beat Mike Smith high to the glove side before Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist stopped Coyotes captain Shane Doan to secure the win.

The Rangers, who won for the 10th time in 11 games, improved to 27-9-4 for an NHL-high 58 points and their best start since 1993-94, when they won the Stanley Cup. New York won its fifth straight overall and improved to 13-3-2 at home.

Raymond scores in SO, Canucks top Lightning

Mason Raymond scores lone shootout goal to lift Canucks over Lightning 5-4
The Associated Press

TAMPA, Fla. - Mason Raymond used some fancy stickhandling to help Vancouver overcome a blown lead.

Raymond scored the lone goal in the shootout on a spinning backhander and the Canucks beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Tuesday night.

"It's a trick, if you want to say, or a move you have in your bag, but it's not used that often," Raymond said. "It's maybe a high-risk one, but maybe also high reward."

Horton scores twice to lead Bruins past Jets

Horton has two goals, Seguin and Pouliot also score as Bruins beat Jets 5-3
The Associated Press

BOSTON - There's nothing like a tying goal eight seconds into the third period to shake a team out of a two-period slumber.

Nathan Horton's second goal of the game keyed Boston's three-goal third period as the Bruins beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-3 Tuesday night in game that saw both teams attempt penalty shots.

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