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Gosselin: Niemi, even Turco at 40 might've beaten Wild; but here's why Lehtonen needed this game

Kari Lehtonen or Antti Niemi?Turns out it really didn’t matter.Stars coach Lindy Ruff opted to open the playoffs with his goalie with the hottest hand and Kari Lehtonen benefitted from a not-ready-for-prime-time opponent. Lehtonen turned aside 22 shots from the offensively-challenged Minnesota Wild Friday night in posting just his third shutout of the season, wiping away any opening...
Via SportsDay
April 15, 2016

Spengler Cup Q&A: A Guide to Understanding the Legendary Event

If you know me, by now you’ve probably heard about my love for the Spengler Cup. I’m an international hockey nut and this tournament really helped grow my love for the game. Funny enough, I used to laugh at it. What was with all the ads? Why is Marty Turco playing? Who the heck is Metallurg Magnitogorsk? In recent years, I’ve grown to love the tournament. A lot of my hockey...
Via The Hockey House
December 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Stars announce roster for alumni game against Israeli national team

The Dallas Stars alumni game against the Israeli national team is one week away, and the Stars finally have their roster set. Perhaps the biggest name on the list is Marty Turco, who will man the crease for the Stars. The roster also features some members of the 1998-99 Stanley Cup championship team, including forwards Guy Carbonneau and Brent Severyn as well as defensemen Richard...
Via Fox Sports
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

The Jay and Dan Podcast: Episode 64 with Marty Turco

Gear up for a fantastic pod as former goaltender, Marty Turco checks in just in time for the start of the NHL postseason. Meanwhile, Jay and Dan get a visit from the man himself, as Schrager stops by for a visit that cannot be missed! Yup, this one's a classic.
Via Fox Sports
April 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Three Weeks To Figure Out Three Month Funk

BOSTON (CBS) – Welll now. It seems we really have no idea what to expect from the Boston Bruins these late days of the season. Game number 69 was just a gross exhibition of hockey from the start. Newly acquired Marty Turco (never been a fan) got his first NHL start in more than a year, and boy did it show. Turco was gone before the game was five minutes old, surrendering three...
Via Die Hard
March 15, 2012

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