Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Daily News: NHL and EPL

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NHL News:

Miller won't play Tuesday, but is back on the ice – Sabres' goalie Ryan Miller did not practice with the team on Monday morning, nor will he play against the Tampa Bay Lightning tonight, but he did skate on his own.

Who can clinch tonight? - Interesting article that shows which teams can clinch playoff spots or division titles after Tuesday's results are in.

No Semin for Caps – Alexander Semin has been given some time to rest to recover from “his injuries from the past.”

Ranger's Callahan out with a broken ankle – Ryan Callahan is out for the rest of the season and the playoffs after breaking his ankle blocking a Zdeno Chara shot. This is a huge blow to the Rangers.

Sharks beat Kings and clinch Pacific Division title – This is the fourth straight Division title for the Sharks, who beat the Kings by a final score of 6-1. 

EPL News:

Newcastle boosted by Ben Arfa return – Talented French winger Hatem Ben Arfa has returned to training after recovering from a broken leg earlier in the season.

Higginbotham out for six months – After rupturing knee ligaments, Stoke City's Danny Higginbotham will miss six months of action, that will include the FA Cup semi-final.

Fergie would step down if asked – He doesn't have plans to retire yet, but Alex Ferguson insists he won't outstay his welcome.

Bruce concerned about loss of form – Black Cats' boss Steve Bruce is worried about his team's slide down the Premier League table.

More news on Thursday!

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