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• St. Louis Blues right wing Chris Stewart, Ottawa Senators center Kyle Turris and Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky have been named the NHL's "Three Stars" for the week ending March 17. [NHL]
• Speaking of Chris Stewart, would he look good with the Pittsburgh Penguins? [Eye on Hockey]
• Marty Brodeur returns to New Jersey Devils practice. Said Brodeur on David Clarkson during his injury absence: “He kept on calling me all the time,” Brodeur said. “He was like worse than my wife.” [Fire & Ice]
• LeBrun on what the San Jose Sharks should do at the deadline, including whether to trade Ryane Clowe: “Know this: Whatever the Sharks decide to do, they saw this day coming. They’ve been planning for a long time that they would need to refresh their roster around this time. That’s why they’ve got only $27 million committed in salaries past the 2013-14 season, which affords them the roster/payroll flexibility to tweak away over the next two years.” [ESPN]
• More good news for the St. Louis Blues injury front: Andy McDonald will play against the Canucks on Tuesday. [Game Time]
• Jan Hejda on Milan Hejduk, and this potentially being his last season: “Last year he said it supposed to be his last season. I still persuade him. We will see how the management would persuade him. It is up to him. I think he has a big potential to score goals and he has the best shot of the team. It is hard to decide during the season. Maybe it is important how he will feel in the summer.” [Eurolanche]Read More »from Brodeur back for Devils; Sharks’ trading block; future of Milan Hejduk (Puck Headlines)