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CHICAGO -- Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma says
defenceman Paul Martin had surgery to repair his broken
right hand.
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. Bylsma says doctors decided the
operation "would be a better avenue for recovery, a
quicker recovery." Martin injured his hand while playing
for the United States in the quarterfinal round of the
Sochi Olympics and is out for four to six weeks. Bylsma
announced the surgery after Pittsburgh practiced at
Soldier Field on Friday in preparation for Saturday
nights game against Chicago. Bylsma also says defenceman
Kris Letang got on the ice for the family skate after
practice. Letang is recovering from a stroke, and its
unclear when he will be able to return.
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. The Jets are 1-2-1 against Nashville
this year despite outscoring the Predators 11-10. Blake
Wheeler and Olli Jokinen lead Winnipeg with four points,
while Craig Smith has four for the Predators.
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.C. -- The Charlotte Bobcats said
head coach Steve Clifford underwent a successful
procedure Friday to have two stents placed in his
heart.CALGARY -- Joan Snyder doesnt want to see Canadian
girls struggle to get involved in hockey the same way her
mother did. "It started out when my mother was five and
shed go to her father and say Papa can I have one of the
boys hockey sticks? and hed say (Well), you gotta have it
cleaned off and dry when you bring it back in before they
come home from school." With that story in mind Snyder
donated $2 million Thursday to Winsport Canada that will
not only give priority rink access to female hockey
players at all levels, but will also help expand the
Canadian Womens Hockey League (CWHH) to the West with the
creation of Team Alberta. "Ive been wanting to do
something like this for years," said Snyder. Snyders
generosity is nothing new to Calgarians. In 2008, she
donated $9 million to a University of Calgary medical
program and just last March she created the Joan Snyder
Program of Excellence in Womens Hockey at the same school
with a $500,000 gift. Once again, Snyder dedicated both
of those donations to her mother. The new addition to the
Athletic and Ice Complex at Canada Olympic Park in
Calgary, the future home to Hockey Canada, features four
hockey rinks, one of which will be named the Joan Snyder
Rink. Team Alberta will receive free practice time, their
own dressing room and make their league debut there in
September this year. Snyders passion turned philanthropic
after meeting some of the players from the womens Olympic
Hockey Team and going to Vancouver to witness both the
mens and womens hockey teams win the gold at the 2010
Olympic Winter Games. "I want to see the development of
young girls. Their interest is peaked now with the
Olympics and we have to keep that going. Keep that fire
lit," said Snyder. Snyder said she hopes the values of
her mother Pheobe, who began playing hockey in the 1920s,
will carry on.
. "She believed in playing with all your
might, (having) fun and (being) fair so that, I hope, is
going to be passed on to the young generation now,"
Snyder said. Three-time Olympic Hockey medallist, Cassie
Campbell-Pascall says Snyders generosity will not only
elevate the game both locally and internationally, but
start to shift the mentality surrounding womens hockey.
"We have over 85,000 young girls that play in this
country now and when you have someone like Joan step up
and give a big donation it just somehow legitimizes us,"
said Campbell-Pascall. "Shes going to help put little
girls on the ice for the first time, she going to help
national team players not only from Canada but from
across the world." With the international size rink
having the capability to be converted into Olympic
dimensions, Campbell-Pascall says she wouldnt be
surprised if this affects Canadas Olympic roster. "I bet
you a lot of players that have heard this announcement
may rethink where theyre training for this next four year
cycle. A lot of them might move to Calgary," she said.
Samantha Holmes-Domagala, general manager of the new Team
Alberta and former member of the Canadian womens hockey
team, said that the addition of a provincial team will
give young women from the West another platform for their
career. "The West in previous years has been struggling
and really trying to drive forward. This just solidifies
everything. It makes taking that next step for womens
hockey a lot easier." Winsport Canada president Dan ONeil
added that it undoubtedly instills a sense of confidence
and pride for the players, "Having their home games in
that arena is a huge indication that we believe in the
equality of the league and future of the league."
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