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Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - T.J. Oshie
The St. Louis Blues are getting closer to the lineup that set a franchise record for victories and challenged for first place overall, instead of the patchwork roster that lost six in a row to finish the regular season.
With a playoff spot already secured and a journeyman goalie starting, another loss by the Minnesota Wild to the St. Louis Blues seemed inevitable.
The NHL has suspended Minnesota Wild forward Mike Rupp for four games without pay for Rupp's hit on St. Louis Blues forward T.J. Oshie on Thursday night.
The St. Louis Blues acquired Ryan Miller for moments such as these.
St. Louis Blues center T.J. Oshie knew exactly what to do with the puck that completed his first three-goal game in the NHL.
David Backes enjoys playing in Toronto. The sights. The sounds. And, getting a hat trick isn't too shabby, either.
With Vladimir Tarasenko and T.J. Oshie both out of the St. Louis Blues lineup, captain David Backes stepped up to fill the void.
Vladimir Sobotka needed just a couple shifts to return to top form Thursday night.
Not even some inside information from Olympic teammate Zach Parise could stop T.J. Oshie in a shootout.
In both of Ryan Miller's starts with the St. Louis Blues, they've faced two-goal deficits. Both times, they've rallied to win.
His cover is blown.
T.J. Oshie, the mild-mannered forward who morphed into Superman and single-handedly outscored Russia in a shootout for the ages, won't sneak up on anyone again soon, let alone against the Czech Republic, the Americans' opponent in Wednesday's Olympic quarterfinals.
Take this to the bank: The NHL needs the Olympics a lot more than the Olympics need the NHL. To deny its players the opportunity to play would be remarkably stupid and possibly damaging to the league.
The numbers are in for the thrilling USA-Russia men's hockey game, and they're huge.
Alexander Radulov and Ilya Kovalchuk scored in a shootout, Semyon Varlamov stopped 27 shots, and Russia beat Slovakia 1-0 in the Olympic men's hockey tournament Sunday, a day after losing a shootout to the U.S.
Oshie said Thursday he might have come back one game too soon from a blow to the head "because I didn't really do much to help the team."
"I'm just moving forward as quickly as I can, without hurting myself in the long run or hurting my team in the long run," Oshie said. "It's the doctor's decision first. I think they already know what my decision is."