NHL Daily Fix: Rangers reportedly sign Zuccarello, Pierre gets a visit

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The NHL Daily Fix is your morning wakeup call, with news and notes for the day's hockey action.

Morning buzz

  Luke Schenn decided to visit Pierre McGuire during the middle of the game on Sunday night and not in the traditional sense. Wrong bench, bud.

  The Rangers have reportedly signed Mats Zuccarello to a new deal to bring him back from the KHL. It's nice to have him back and all, but don't look for him to be the solution in New York right now. (Steve Zipay)

  Part of the reason the Rangers have struggled so much is because Brad Richards has all but disappeared. This is a slump like he's never had before. (New York Post)

"I've never been through anything like this in my career," the 12-year-veteran said. "I'm trying to cope with it, I'm trying to learn from it but I've never experienced anything like this. When you're an offensive guy, you have to produce."

  Kings forward Jordan Nolan was fined his max of $1,436.94 for cross-checking Vancouver's Henrik Sedin on Saturday. (NHL.com)

  Things are getting awfully bad for the Avalanche, so much so that Adrian Dater said the feeling around the franchise is simply hopeless. (Denver Post)

  The NCAA announced the bracket for the men's hockey tournament on Sunday. Your four No. 1 seeds are UMass-Lowell, Minnesota, Quinnipiac and Notre Dame. There are no teams from Michigan. (NCAA.com)

  This one comes from Saturday night when David Perron of the Blues went for a perfect score on a dive. Yeesh.

Monday's schedule

Toronto at Boston (7 ET)
New Jersey at Ottawa (7:30 ET)
Edmonton at Nashville (8 ET)
Los Angeles at Chicago (8 ET, NBC Sports Net)
Minnesota at Dallas (8:30 ET)
San Jose at Anaheim (10 ET)
Detroit at Phoenix (10 ET)

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