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Dec 17, 2012 7:52pm
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NEW YORK —Centre Brad Richards and several of his New York Rangers teammates
participated in a benefit skate Friday to help in the relief efforts on Staten
Island after Superstorm Sandy. Usama Young Jersey . Richards, who signed
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Conference last post-season, partnered with a high school team to organize
“Skating for Sandy.” Defencemen Steve Eminger, Dan Girardi, Anton Stralman and
Marc Staal as well as forwards Carl Hagelin, Brian Boyle, Ryan Callahan,
Jeff Halpern, Taylor Pyatt and Marian Gaborik joined Richards at the Staten
Island Skating Pavilion for two afternoon sessions with area children. “Being
part of the community makes you a part of everyday life,” Richards said. The
idea was broached by Steve Rose, a community affairs officer in Brooklyn and a
friend of Richards. Rose estimated the event raised between $10,000-$12,000.
“Obviously you know whats gone on with New York,” Richards said. “Its scary to
see what the damage is.” Richards will also play in a Sandy-related charity game
next Saturday in Atlantic City, N.J.. He will be joined by Eminger, Halpern and
Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. Also in that game will be several members
of the Philadelphia Flyers. “Were excited about that,” Richards said. “Weve got
a lot of good people on board.” For a day, at least, Richards and his teammates
were able to take their focus off the NHL lockout, which began on Sept. 15.
Talks have netted little progress of late, and as the days wind down, so do the
chances of a season. Friday, in fact, was the 62nd day of the impasse, and the
NHL and NHLPA havent even talked this week. On Thursday, the league requested a
two-week moratorium. “I dont see the point behind that,” Callahan said. “It
doesnt make sense to me. Two weeks is a waste of time.” One of the main issues
at play in fighting for a new collective bargaining agreement is determining
which side will pay for the lockout, as well as expanded revenue sharing and
contract lengths. One aspect of the owners proposal stipulates a maximum length
of contracts, yet owners gave some players multiyear deals just before the
lockout began two months ago. “Theres people on the (ownership) committee who
signed (players to) contracts two hours before the lockout,” Richards said.
“(Its) tough to trust people when thats going on.” The Capitals signed
defenceman John Carlson (six years, $23.8 million) and forward Troy Brouwer
(three years, $11 million), while the Bruins agreed to terms with forwards
Milan Lucic (three years, $18 million), Tyler Seguin (six years, $34.5 million)
and Brad Marchand (four years, $18 million) in the days leading up to Sept. 15.
Capitals owner Ted Leonsis and Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs are on the leagues
negotiating committee. “(Im) not going to single out certain guys,” Richards
said. “Some of them I dont know personally.” The lockout has already forced the
cancellation of 327 games, including the Winter Classic between the Maple Leafs
and Red Wings at Michigan Stadium. The leagues other big midseason event—the
Jan. 27 all-star game at Nationwide Arena in Columbus—is also expected to be
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Minnesota player had done in 20 years.OTTAWA—Two-time Olympians Marie-Pier
Boudreau-Gagnon and Elise Marcotte are among eight synchronized swimmers who are
leaving the competitive pool. Boudreau-Gagnon, from Riviere-du-Loup, Que., and
Marcotte, from LAncienne-Lorette, Que., capped their careers with fourth-place
finishes in both the duet and team events at the London Olympics. Tracy Little
of Pointe-Claire, Que., a two-time Olympian and member of the London team, is
also retiring, along with Stephanie Durocher of Repentigny, Que., Jo-Annie
Fortin of Montreal, and Valerie Welsh of Saint-Nicolas, Que., who all made their
Olympic debuts in London. Boudreau-Gagnon has been a member of Canadas senior
team since 2002, capturing three world championship bronze medals, including one
in the technical solo event in 2009. “Marie-Pier gave so much for her sport in
the country,” said Canadas senior team coach Julie Sauve. “She was the best
technically and artistically in Canada. She was an athlete passionate about her
sport. During training, she was never looking at the clock. She had a really
good work ethic.” The 29-year-old is in PhD studies in pharmacy at Laval
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“Synchronized swimming is what brings me to who I am now,” Boudreau-Gagnon said.
Marcotte, 23, made her senior team debut in 2006, and was Boudreau-Gagnons duet
partner at both the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. She won bronze medals in combo at
the 2009 and 2011 world championships—the most recent of which she called the
best memory of her career. Shes completing her degree in administration and
marketing at the University of Quebec in Montreal. “Elise was a model because
she was able to manage her athlete and school life to continue her university
studies. . .,” Sauve said. Little has swam for Canadas senior squad since 2004,
winning bronze medals in the combo events at the 2009 and 2011 world
championships. The 26-year-old plans to work in communications. “My best memory
is the 2008 Olympic Games, my first ones, when we climbed two spots in the world
ranking by placing fourth,” Little said. Rachel Kowalski of Kitchener, Ont., and
Marie Rondeau of Quebec City, members of the Canadian B team, also announced
their retirements. ’ ’ ’ 

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