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A blue-chipper in Big D, Landeskog coming on for Avs, and a rare puck possession night for an enforcer; Fantasy tips and more in Scott Cullen’s Statistically Speaking. USA Soccer Gear . HEROES Tyler Seguin – The Stars’ game-breaker scored another pair of goals in a 3-2 win over Edmonton, giving him 10 goals in the last nine games, and a league-leading 17 goals on the season. Since arriving in Dallas last season, Seguin ranks third in the league with 52 goals and is tied for second with 110 points in 101 games and he does a lot of his damage at even strength, with 38 of his goals coming at even strength (tied for second) and Seguin and linemate Jamie Benn are among the league’s most efficient even-strength scorers. Among players with at least 500 5-on-5 minutes since the start of last season: EV POINTS/60 SINCE START OF 2013-14 PLAYER TEAM PTS/60 Ryan Getzlaf Anaheim 3.06 Jamie Benn Dallas 2.98 Tyler Seguin Dallas 2.91 Corey Perry Anaheim 2.89 Taylor Hall Edmonton 2.62 Vladimir Tarasenko St. Louis 2.61 Gustav Nyquist Detroit 2.57 Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh 2.56 Thomas Vanek Minnesota 2.56 Phil Kessel Toronto 2.54 Gabriel Landeskog – Colorado’s captain scored a pair of goals in a 4-3 overtime win at Arizona. He now has six points (2 G, 4 A) during a four-game point streak and is Colorado’s only positive possession player, with 50.4% Corsi. Chris Neil – A rare night for the Senators’ enforcer, who entered the game with 42.9% Corsi for the season but, in a 3-2 shootout win at St. Louis, Neil was on for 14 shot attempt for and zero against, bumping his possession north of 45% for the season. ZEROES Reto Berra – The Colorado goaltender was yanked after surrendering three goals on eight shots against Arizona. In his past six starts, Berra has allowed 20 goals on 142 shots, good for an .859 save percentage. Joakim Lindstrom – The Blues’ winger started more of his shifts in the offensive zone, yet was only on for two shot attempts for and 13 against (13.3%) in a 3-2 shootout loss to Ottawa. Derek Roy, Matt Cullen, Olli Jokinen – The veteran Predators forwards were on the wrong end of the possession game against Los Angeles, with all three coming in under 15% of even-strength shot attempts, despite starting more than 75% of shifts in the offensive zone. Roy was at the low end, with one shot attempt for and eight against (11.1%). Their most common line match-up of the night was Dwight King, Trevor Lewis and Kyle Clifford – not exactly the best the Kings had to offer. LINEUP NEED TO KNOW Brian Elliott – The St. Louis goaltender left Tuesday’s game early with a lower-body injury, with suspicion that he may be out for quite a while, after D Chris Butler fell on top of him. Jake Allen will have to handle the bulk of the workload with Elliott out, and 2011 third-round pick Jordan Binnington may get a chance to fill the backup role. Calvin Pickard – For the second straight game, Pickard relieved Berra and backstopped the Avalanche to a win, stopping all 25 shots he faced at Arizona. Pickard has stopped 98 of 105 shots (.933 SV%) in four appearances this season and is slated to start the next game for the Avalanche. Tobias Enstrom – The Jets’ No. 1 defenceman, who averages more than 25 minutes of ice time per game, missed Tuesday’s win at Columbus with a lower-body injury. Grant Clitsome returned to the Winnipeg lineup and Jacob Trouba played Drew Doughty – The Kings defenceman played a career-high 33:40 – his second straight game over 33 minutes – in a 4-3 shootout loss at Nashville. He also has five points (1 G, 4 A) during a five-game point streak. Alex Burrows – Returned to the Vancouver lineup, after a couple games’ absence due to an upper-body injury, and scored a goal with strong possession stats (20 shot attempts for, 7 against, 74.1%) despite starting one quarter of his shifts in the offensive zone during the Canucks’ 2-0 win over New Jersey. Justin Schultz – Defensive questions are coming home to roost with Schultz, who played a season-low 15:13 in a 3-2 loss at Dallas. Mathieu Perreault – The struggling Jets centre left Tuesday’s game against Columbus with an apparent shoulder injury. Francois Beauchemin – The Ducks’ veteran blueliner left Tuesday’s game with an upper-body injury. Erik Johnson – Colorado’s workhorse defenceman took an elbow in the head from Arizona’s Martin Hanzal and left the game. Peter Harrold – Played 19:42 in his first game of the season for New Jersey, with Eric Gelinas the healthy scratch on the Devils’ defence. Paul Carey – Called up to the Colorado lineup after putting up nine points (4 G, 5 A) in 15 games for Lake Erie of the AHL, 26-year-old Carey played 9:13 at Arizona Tuesday. SHORT SHIFTS Stars D John Klingberg put up another goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over Edmonton, giving him eight points (2 G, 6 A) during a five-game point streak…Flames D T.J. Brodie recorded a goal and an assist in a 3-2 loss at Anaheim; he’s now tied for third in defence scoring with 18 points (5 G, 13 A) in 23 games…Jets LW Evander Kane scored a pair of goals, with nine shot attempts (6 SOG), in a 4-2 win at Columbus…Ducks LW Matt Beleskey had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 win over Calgary, giving him four points (3 G, 1 A) in the past four games… Predators RW Craig Smith scored a goal and an assist in a 4-3 shootout win against Los Angeles, giving him five points (2 G, 3 A) in the past five games…Predators LW Colin Wilson had a pair of assists and now has five points (2 G, 3 A) in the past four games. Canucks G Ryan Miller had a 20-save shutout in Vancouver’s 2-0 win over New Jersey…Jets G Michael Hutchinson stopped 32 of 34 shots in a 4-2 win at Columbus…Senators G Robin Lehner turned aside 27 of 29 shots in a 3-2 shootout win at St. Louis…Stars G Kari Lehtonen stopped 35 of 37 shots in a 3-2 win against Edmonton. FIRSTS Mat Clark – The Ducks’ 24-year-old defenceman registered his first NHL assist, in the fifth game of his career, against Calgary. FANTASY FOCUS There are nine games on the schedule Wednesday night. Here are some players to have an eye on: Matt Moulson – It was a brutal start to the year for the Sabres winger, who had no goals and two assists through 14 games, but he’s coming on since, with seven points (3 G, 4 A) in the past seven games. Stephen Weiss – Too soon to go offering up recommendations, given Weiss’ shaky history over the past couple seasons, but he’s set to play with Pavel Datsyuk and that’s a situation worth monitoring. Alex Killorn – The Lightning winger has five points (4 G, 1 A) during a five-game point streak, and moved up to play with Ryan Callahan and Steven Stamkos last game. Dmitry Kulikov – Had only one point in the first 10 games of the season for the Panthers, but has five points (0 G, 5 A) in his past five games and is getting quality time on the Florida power play. Much of the data included comes from www.war-on-ice.com, www.puckalytics.com, www.hockeystats.ca and www.naturalstattrick.com Scott Cullen can be reached at scott.cullen@bellmedia.ca USA Soccer Shirts .The long-haired pivot, who joined the Alouettes midway through the CFL season and put up a 9-3 record as a starter, will be listed as the top quarterback in training camp next spring.With a full training camp under his belt, the Alouettes will see if he has what it takes to get them back to the Grey Cup game after a four-year absence. Cheap USA Soccer Jerseys .Fucale will not only be one of the local boys, he is also a Montreal Canadiens draft pick and will have a huge cheering section when Canada opens the tournament Dec. https://www.cheapusasoccer.com/ . The 33-year-old defender has spent his entire career at Chelsea, scoring 57 goals in 621 appearances. He regained his regular starting place under Jose Mourinho in the season that ended at the weekend without Chelsea winning a trophy.The Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars have completed a blockbuster seven-player trade that will see two prominent players swap jerseys. The Bruins traded Tyler Seguin, Rich Peverley and Ryan Button to the Stars in exchange for Loui Eriksson, Joe Morrow, Reilly Smith, and Matt Fraser. TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com says that Eriksson agreed to waive his no-trade clause earlier on Thursday. Seguin has yet to begin a six-year, $34.5 million contract he signed just prior to the beginning of the lockout. The deal has an annual salary cap hit of $5.75 million and runs until the 2018-19 season. The 21-year-old forward was selected second overall in the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft by the Bruins and spent the first three seasons of his NHL career with the team. Seguin was the first of three players selected by the Bruins with draft picks acquired from the Toronto Maple Leafs in a 2009 deal for forward Phil Kessel. In his rookie season, Seguin had 22 points in 74 regular season games and then scored three goals and seven points in 13 playoff games as the Bruins captured the Stanley Cup in 2011. Eriksson, 27, has three years remaining on his contract and has a cap hit of $4.25 million per year. He played in all 48 games last season for Dallas, recordingg 12 goals and 17 assists. Fake USA Soccer Jerseys. In the four seasons before the lockout, the winger recorded at least 26 goals in each campaign. In 501 career regular season games, Eriksson has posted 150 goals and 207 assists. Peverley, 30, had six goals and 12 assists in 47 games for the Bruins this season. The seven-year NHL veteran began his career with the Nashville Predators and played for the Atlanta Thrashers before being traded to Boston in February, 2011. Morrow, 20, is an Edmonton native who played last season in the American Hockey League. In 66 games with Scranton Wilkes-Barre and Texas, the defenceman had five goals and 14 assists. He was Pittsburghs first-round pick (23rd overall) in the 2011 draft, and was traded to Dallas as part of the Brenden Morrow deal on Mar. 24 this year. Smith is a 22-year-old Toronto native who appeared in 37 games for the Stars last season. The forward had three goals and six assists and was the Stars third-round draft choice in 2009. Fraser, 23, hails from Red Deer, Alberta and had one goal and two assists in 12 games for Dallas last season. The forward signed as a free agent by the Stars in November, 2010. Button, 22, is an Edmonton native who split his time last season between the ECHL and the AHL. The blueliner was Bostons third-round pick in 2009. ' ' '

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