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Topic - Sami Salo
Being the subject of trade rumors has not slowed down Martin St. Louis.
Teemu Selanne can only chuckle when he realizes his two linemates had yet to be born the first time he played hockey at the Olympics.
Before Sunday night, the Washington Capitals' backup goaltender hadn't played a game since March 16, and he hadn't started at home since Feb. 5.
Bruins forward Brad Marchand has been suspended for five games by the NHL because of a hit on the Canucks' Sami Salo.
The Vancouver Canucks say losing Game 7 of last season's Stanley Cup final to the Boston Bruins taught them some valuable lessons that will help them this season.
It will be interesting to see if Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo can finish this one out.
Sami Salo waited 12 seasons, and endured countless injuries for a chance to play for the Stanley Cup.
With the sharp-passing Sedin twins, plenty of players with big shots, and a gold-medal winning goalie, the Vancouver Canucks are tough enough to beat in normal situations. That task becomes nearly impossible when they have two extra skaters on the ice.
Vancouver associate coach Rick Bowness says defenseman Sami Salo is a "game-time decision" for Game 3 against the Nashville Predators.
Capsules of NHL Western Conference first-round series:
The Vancouver Canucks have finally gotten some good news about their defensemen.
"For sure, they bring a lot of energy to the table," Salo said. "For sure, it brings me a lot of energy to see how hard they play and how fast they are and how they've grown during the year."
"They've grown a lot in the time they've been here," Salo said. "It's promising for the organization, to be sure."