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  1. Site Update

    The malicious code has been removed, again, and I've put in a few protective measures to try to prevent any further problems. We are awaiting Google to delist us as a threat.
  2. Mark

    Have a great birthday, Mark...
  3. Random Thoughts #2

    ...also working to ensure the ads become better designed and easier on the eyes for LF.ca... stay tuned.
  4. Random Thoughts #2

    Hey everyone, just added an ad to the website... just testing the waters with it really. I think the ad is targeted well with the board's demographic and want to see if it generates any sort of response.
  5. I hope Gerber spray paints the mask before this game...
  6. Hey Folks

    Welcome aboard, Ike!
  7. http://blog.rogersbroadcasting.com/nothing...fter-game-nine/
  8. Dexter

    Anyone here watch Dexter? I saw it for the first time a couple of weeks ago and I've been addicted since. If you haven't watched it, I'd highly recommend giving it a chance.
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  10. Its going to take a long time for him to earn my respect if he does manage to clean up his act. What a way to start things with a new team.
  11. Easy come, easy go. Maple Leafs rugged forward Ryan Hollweg, fresh off a two-game suspension, received a five-minute boarding major and a game misconduct for his hit on St. Louis Blues defenceman Alex Pietrangelo in Monday's action at the Air Canada Centre. As a result, Hollweg will automatically be handed a three game suspension, which moving forward will increase by one game each time he gets called for boarding or hitting from behind. The league also has the right to hand Hollweg a stiffer suspension as part of supplementary discipline, if they so choose. The 25-year old Hollweg received an automatic two-game suspension last week after collecting his third boarding or checking from behind major in a 41-game span - two from last season and one from a preseason game against the Blues. Hollweg was drafted in the eighth round (238th overall) in 2001 by the Rangers, who traded him to the Maple Leafs for a fifth-round pick on July 14. Article credit: TSN.ca
  12. By Adam Kimelman - NHL.com Staff Writer Alexei Cherepanov, the New York Rangers' first pick (No. 17) in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft, has died after suffering an apparent heart attack Monday during a game with Avangard Omsk, his club in the Kontinental Hockey League. The 19-year-old Cherepanov had 7 goals and 12 points in 14 games this season, his third with Omsk. "We are extremely saddened by the tragic passing of Alexei," said Rangers General Manager Glen Sather. "On behalf of the New York Rangers organization, I would like to extend our deepest sympathies to his family. Alexei was an intelligent, energetic young man, with tremendous talent and an extremely bright future." The Rangers had been hoping to bring Cherepanov to New York for the club's prospect evaluation camp or training camp, but with the lack of a formal transfer agreement between the NHL and International Ice Hockey Federation, Cherepanov remained in Russia, with the Rangers hoping to bring him over for the 2009-10 season. "It (the Russian league) is not as physical as our hockey over here, but it's very skilled," Gordie Clark, the Rangers' director of player personnel, told NHL.com this summer. "It's a fast-moving, very skilled league, and he manages to continue scoring points in it." Cherepanov was the top-ranked European skater heading into his draft year, and backed up his credentials with 29 points in 47 games with Omsk when it played in the Russian Super League. He had more points in his first year in the RSL than Alexander Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin and Ilya Kovalchuk, and his 18 goals in 2006-07 broke Pavel Bure's RSL rookie scoring record. "He was close to a complete package," said Goran Stubb, NHL Director of European Scouting. "Very fast skater. He was a goal scorer and a passer. "I think he could have been a big spectator favorite because he was that kind of player. Sometimes you could hardly notice him, but on one shift, he could do unbeliveable things with the puck -- passing, shooting, skating, extremely skillful. A finesse player with a capital 'F.'" That he slipped to No. 17 in the draft was a major surprise, one the Rangers were extremely thankful for. "There are going to be a lot of teams that say, 'Geez, I can't believe he was still there,' " Clark told the New York Daily News after the team picked Cherepanov." But we had him going way, way before this. The guy has got an incredible pair of hands and head on him." Cherepanov represented Russia at numerous international tournaments. He was named the best forward at the 2007 World Junior Championships after he finished with a tournament-high 5 goals, and his 8 points led the Russian team in scoring and to the silver medal. He had 3 goals and 6 points in six games at the 2008 WJC as Russia won the bronze. "He was a great kid," Cherepanov's agent, Jay Grossman told TSN. "He had a great smile and was an outstanding player with a great future on and off the ice. It's both shocking and devastating news for all of us."
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