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  • Canucks boycotting CBC

    WORCESTER -- The Vancouver Canucks are reportedly boycotting CBC's Hockey Night in Canada over the show's treatment of former Manitoba Moose player -- and current Canuck -- Alexandre Burrows.

  • Cam Barker back on the ice

    It appears the wait is finally over for Winnipeg's Cam Barker.

  • New Crosby commercial for Reebok kills

    Sidney Crosby's new full-length commercial is a hoot.

  • USHL grads strutting their stuff

    The United States Hockey League (USHL) is a decent, but lesser-known junior loop down south and certainly not the first choice of most top young hockey prospects.

  • Selanne with the Moose? Uhm, no

    It’s the most tantalizing of prospects -- Teemu Selanne comes to Winnipeg this week to play for the Manitoba Moose on a conditioning assignment as the former Winnipeg Jet, former NHL rookie of the year and current Anaheim Ducks winger finishes up his rehab from a broken hand.

  • Lammers out as Moose juggle lineup

    ROCKFORD, ILL. -- John Lammers is out, Taylor Ellington is in and Evan Oberg is just out of luck as the Manitoba Moose juggled their roster today in advance of their game with the Rockford IceHogs tonight.

  • Big crowd expected for rematch with Marlies

    It was the morning after the raucous night before and all the talk at the MTS Centre this morning was about what's to come in the much-anticipated rematch tonight.

  • Soccer warm-up leads to ankle injury for Grabner

    Playing soccer underneath the arena stands prior to a game has become a standard pre-game ritual for most professional hockey teams.

  • Shirokov heading back to Moose

    The revolving door between Winnipeg and Vancouver continued to spin this morning with the announcement that Russian sniper Sergei Shirokov is headed back down to the Manitoba Moose while Slovak centreman Mario Bliznak is on his way up to the Vancouver Canucks.

  • Dirty hit on backburner for Moose

    ROSEMONT, ILL. -- It’s not forgotten, certainly not with one player still out of the lineup and the other just returning tonight.

  • Winnipeg front and centre when Hawks plays Canucks

    CHICAGO -- You know how Winnipeg is sometimes called the ‘Chicago of the North’?

  • Schneider a thief in the night

    HAMILTON — Manitoba Moose goaltender Cory Schneider was all smiles here this morning.

  • Winning reputation precedes Moose on the road

    HAMILTON -- The series has been over for five months now and yet the Manitoba Moose continue to feel the lingering effects of their appearance last June in the Calder Cup final.

  • Moose's Salcido out longer

    CLEVELAND -- Manitoba Moose defenceman Brian Salcido, continuing to suffer the after-effects of a concussion sustained last weekend, could be out of the Moose lineup longer than expected.

  • PQ competition for NHL?

    CLEVELAND -- The headline out of Quebec City this morning should give pause to folks back home hoping for a return of the NHL to Winnipeg.

  • Fighting pleases everyone

    The four fights in Friday night's Manitoba Moose-Houston Aeros game at MTS Centre were pleasing to the the crowd — and to the Moose head coach.

  • Moose droppings

    Here's everything you need to know — but mostly stuff you don't — in advance of the Manitoba Moose opening their 2009-10 regular season campaign tonight (7:30 p.m.) against the Houston Aeros at MTS Centre:

  • Moose ready to drop the axe after pre-season

    ABBOTSFORD -- The Manitoba Moose flew out of here early this morning, after a pair of pre-season losses to the Abbotsford Heat, to a very uncertain immediate future.

  • Shirokov returns to Canucks lineup

    ABBOTSFORD -- Russian forward Sergei Shirokov made his return to the Vancouver Canucks lineup Saturday evening, chipping in an assist in a 2-1 Canucks pre-season win over the Calgary Flames.
  • Moose not interested in Fleury

    ABBOTSFORD — Theoren Fleury will not be wearing a Manitoba Moose uniform this season.

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