Don Cherry has a message for coach Melody Davidson and the Canadian Olympic women’s hockey team: Stop running up the score in Turin, Italy, or else.
“If you keep it up, you’re committing suicide and they’ll throw [women’s hockey out of the Winter Games after Vancouver in 2010],” the Hockey Night in Canada personality said on Wednesday night, referring to the International Olympic Committee.
A spokesman for the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice told ESPN.com that it is unlikely that additional people will be charged in connection to a gambling ring allegedly financed by Rick Tocchet.
Sources tell TSN that Czech goaltender Dominik Hasek has suffered an adductor injury that has sidelined him for Thursday’s game against Switzerland.
An MRI exam Wednesday night revealed the injury, which is related to the groin muscle.
Team doctors will know how serious the injury is in a couple of days and the team’s physiotherapist says there is a “30-40 percent chance” he will play again in the Olympics. However, the injury should not affect his season with the Ottawa Senators.