Around the league - Jan 14, 2010

Jason Gregor
January 14 2010 09:24AM

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve penned ATL and some interesting and surprising things have occurred in the hockey world.

In Canada, the announcement of the Olympic men’s hockey team was debated heavily. I was surprised to read that the biggest outcry, outside of Flames fans moaning about the exclusion of all of their big-three D-men, was that Mike Green didn’t make the team.

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Game Day + More on Burrows/Auger

Cam Davie
January 13 2010 10:38AM

photo - Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images

Alexandre Burrows learned his fate last night after his derisive comments launched at referee Stephane Auger following the game Monday against the Nashville Predators. Burrows was not suspended, but he did receive a $2500 fine from the NHL for his comments.

But that wasn't the big news from the incident.

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Burrows' Claims are a Big Problem for the NHL

Cam Davie
January 12 2010 09:57AM

Burrows and Auger "discuss things" before Monday's game. (image from Rogers Sportsnet)

The NHL appears to have a mess on its hands. Alex Burrows laid out some very serious allegations last night following his Canucks' loss to the Nashville Predators. Burrows has alleged that referee Stephane Auger had a vendetta against him, and that Auger told Burrows before the start of the game that Auger would be out to get him during the game.

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GDRC - Predators @ Canucks

Cam Davie
January 11 2010 11:27AM

Ryan Kesler and the Green Guys will try to psych out the Nashville Predators tonight. (Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images)

The Vancouver Canucks look to get back in the win column as they face the suddenly cooled-off Nashville Predators at GM Place tonight. Nashville comes into Vancouver with only one win in their last three games, while Vancouver tries to rebound from their setback on Saturday.

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GDRC - Flames @ Canucks

Cam Davie
January 09 2010 11:34AM

I have a feeling that the intensity in this game will go to 11.

The Vancouver Canucks sit atop the Northwest Division standings for the first time this season. Tonight they host their arch rivals, the Calgary Flames, at GM Place, also for the first time this season.

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