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Next for Thrashers

Who: at Devils

When: 7 p.m. Tuesday

TV; radio: SPSO; 680 AM, 93.7 FM

* The teams meet again after the Devils won 3-2 in overtime Friday. Both teams won the following night. The Thrashers defeated the Flyers 5-4 in overtime and the Devils defeated the Islanders 3-2 in overtime.

* The Thrashers lead the NHL with 25 overtime games. They rank first with 10 overtime wins.

* Blake Wheeler has eight points (four goals, four assists) in 10 games with the Thrashers.

* Former Thrasher Ilya Kovalchuk has a goal in all three games against his former team this season.

* Patrice Cormier (upper body), Freddy Meyer (upper body) and Jim Slater (concussion) are out for the Thrashers.

- Chris Vivlamore

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March 14th, 2011
12:05 pm

Michael B. Shapiro

March 14th, 2011
12:06 pm


Cormier, Meyer and Slater have been out for weeks and all we’ve heard is the “pap” sent out by the club. Understand Slater skated the other day. Can you give us anything more in terms of an update on these three and whether we might see one or all on ice in a game this season?


March 14th, 2011
12:15 pm

I doubt we see Meyer back… with the Defense already filled the way it is, unless Buffs injury is greater than expected…


March 14th, 2011
12:18 pm

Just don’t see Thrashers getting in the playoffs, even if Thrashers go 8-3-2, that’s 88 point, Buffalo and the Rangers would only have to win 7 to stay ahead. I doubt both of them play sub .500 hockey. Still have the leaves and the Hurricanes too.
I am sad, but I’ll still watch and hope for a miracle.


March 14th, 2011
12:36 pm

I for one will at least enjoy watching and seeing if the guys can pull it off. The Flyers game reminded me of why I love this game so much. I’m sure my neighbors hate me when I watch games; I can’t help but yell.

Riddle me this

March 14th, 2011
1:06 pm

Is Ramsey going to let the Volunteer Goalie Coach motivate the guys and let them know about the playoffs or is he going to whisper something in their ear?


March 14th, 2011
2:28 pm

Enter your comments here


March 14th, 2011
4:19 pm

“Riddle me this” – Marlarchuk isn’t a volunteer goaltending coach, you idiot.

Riddle me this

March 14th, 2011
5:16 pm

Ok Counsultant. Do you think the CEO would let a hired consultant motivate the employees at the company picnic. Get a grip JERK.


March 15th, 2011
9:38 am

I know that the question on everyone’s minds is “Will I, Shameus, Global Moderator, still have authority over you internet minions once the team moves to Canada?” The answer is, quite simply, yes.

You see, the operative word in my title is GLOBAL. I am a GLOBAL MODERATOR.

If you say something that I don’t like, I will edit/delete it until it complies with my own personal opinion – which is the most important of all.

If you refuse to comply, I will send you a “virtual warning” via PM.

Good day.

Old Time Hockey

March 15th, 2011
12:13 pm

Riddle…YES, the CEO would let a hired consultant motivate the employees at the picnic. That’s probably what he was hired for…JERK.

YEA, you are exactly right. Take out the daily BS of this team and that was a GREAT game to watch. That’s the way we started the year and gave so much hope for the season.

Michael B. Shapiro

March 15th, 2011
2:41 pm

Can anybody explain to me why Postma didn’t get the call and Welch did? Postma has shown more offensive prowess in Chicago this year and seemed to do well in the one and only game Rammer let him play so far. Granted Welch is 25 pounds heavier and an inch taller, but then you’ve got 42 points by Postma to Welch’s 12 (tho’ Welch is plus 12 to Postma’s -4). I liked what I saw of Postma….

Get Tickets For Thursday vs. Flyers

March 15th, 2011
4:00 pm

Beat NJ – see you at Philips on Thursday vs. The Broad Street Bullies


March 15th, 2011
5:49 pm

At least this is going to be on TV. Let’s see if Kovy sinks us in the overtime again.