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ANAHEIM Custom Buffalo Sabres Jerseys , Calif. (AP) — Scott Niedermayer accomplished a lot during his 18-year NHL career. The Hall of Fame defenseman added one more to the list on Sunday night when he became the ninth player to have his number retired by two teams.The Anaheim Ducks raised Niedermayer’s No. 27 to the rafters at the Honda Center, honoring their former team captain, who helped lead them to their only Stanley Cup title in 2007. He first had his number retired by the New Jersey Devils in 2011.The Ducks honored Niedermayer before their game against Washington and culminated a week of events celebrating the franchise’s 25th season. Niedermayer signed with Anaheim in 2005 after 13 seasons with New Jersey. He scored 60 of his 172 career goals in five seasons with the Ducks, and remains the franchise leader in goals, points (264) and power-play goals (39) among defensemen. Niedermayer also held the assists mark until Cam Fowler passed him during the Ducks’ 5-2 win against the Capitals.Ever the consummate teammate, Niedermayer mentioned every player and coach on the 2007 title team before his number was raised.The most important teammate though on that club was his brother, Rob. Scott Niedermayer said after the ceremony that the 2003 Stanley Cup Final, where his Devils beat Rob’s Ducks in seven games in 2003, put the wheels in motion on trying to play with his younger brother.“When we were 10 years old we would have loved to beat the heck out of each other in a Stanley Cup game and rub it in. When we were older in 2003 it was a different story,” Scott Niedermayer said. “To win a Stanley Cup here exceeded what I thought was going to happen.”Niedermayer won the Conn Smythe Trophy, which is given to the Most Valuable Player of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, after the Ducks defeated the Ottawa Senators in five games.“The bigger the game www.officialflames.com , the better he played. He is the greatest champion of our generation,” said former Anaheim great Paul Kariya. “His ability to control the game on offense and defense was unmatched by any player.”Niedermayer was the first player in hockey history to win a Stanley Cup, Olympic gold medal, World Championship, World Cup, Memorial Cup and World Junior title. He is also the only player to have won a combination of four Stanley Cups and two Olympic gold medals.Niedermayer is the third player to have his number retired by Anaheim. He joins the No. 8 of Teemu Selanne and Kariya’s No. 9.“It was enjoyable. It was good to sit back and reflect,” Niedermayer said. ST. LOUIS — The reunion went well for Ryan O’Reilly.The St. Louis Blues center scored a goal in the team’s 4-1 win over Buffalo on Thursday night, his first game against the Sabres since a trade brought O’Reilly to St. Louis in the offseason.“It’s a big game for us in general, coming off the break and trying to get back into the hunt here,” O’Reilly told NHL.com. “It’s a big game, especially against a team like that, being traded from. It always means a bit more. It feels really good to win that one.”Article continues below ...The Blues — who host the Pittsburgh Penguins Saturday — have a lot of work to do to get back into the playoff hunt Calgary Flames T-Shirts Authentic , but at least it seems they are finally finding some consistency. The win over the Sabres was the team’s fifth in its last seven games.Still, the Blues (15-16-4, 34 points) are seven points out of a playoff spot.But the Blues have a chance to take advantage of home ice. Thursday’s win was the first of a five-game home stand.Blues goalie Jake Allen continued his strong play with 30 saves against the Sabres. Forward Robert Thomas had a goal and an assist, while forward Pat Maroon and defenseman Jay Bouwmeester also scored.The Blues know that this stretch may define whether they can make run at the playoffs or not.“I think we’re at the point where we’ve probably played four or five good games out of the past six or seven,” Allen told NHL.com. “So, we’ve built a little bit of something, but we still have a long way to go. We’re still a below .500 team right now. We’re trending in the right direction, I think we can’t take our foot off the gas at all. There’s really no time left now. If we can keep this going, we should be able to get back in shooting distance anyway.”The Blues will try to keep it going against the Penguins Saturday night. It is the first meeting between the two clubs this season after they split two games last season.The Penguins are coming off a 5-2 win over Detroit on Thursday. Pittsburgh has won four straight games.On Thursday, the Penguins also signed left winger Jake Guentzel to a five-year, $30 million contract extension.“It’s exciting. It’s where I want to be,” Guentzel told NHL.com. “It was my first time through it Calgary Flames Hoodies Authentic , but when it came about, I was pretty excited and glad to get it done and move forward. Whenever you can get it done and just focus on playing now, it’s always nice.”Guentzel, playing on a line with center Sidney Crosby, has 33 points (15 goals, 18 assists) in 36 games this season and his 23 postseason goals are tied for seventh-most in franchise history.“He certainly is deserving,” Penguins coach Mike Sullivan told NHL.com. “He’s played extremely well for this organization in his time here. He’s been part of one of the Stanley Cups that we’ve won. He’s had great playoff runs each year. And he’s been a consistent player for us. We’re certainly thrilled for him, but we’re thrilled for the Penguins as well. We just think it’s a great deal for both sides.”
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