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(SportsNetwork.com) - The Tampa Bay Lightning will have to wait until after the Olympic break to get star centerman Steven Stamkos back, but the club hopes to avoid a fourth loss in five games when it hosts the Toronto Maple Leafs without him on Thursday night. Stamkoss teammate, Lightning captain Martin St. Louis, was named as his replacement for Sochi earlier on Thursday. You can listen to all of the action live on TSN Radio 1050 at 7:30pm. There was talk earlier this week that Stamkos would return for Saturdays home game against Detroit, the Lightnings final tilt before the NHL goes on hiatus for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, but on Wednesday it was announced that the sniper has not been cleared for game action by Dr. Ira Gutentag. The decision not only postpones Stamkos return to the Lightning, but also will prevent him from representing Team Canada at the Winter Games. The 23-year-old suffered a fractured tibia in a game against Boston on Nov. 11 and has missed the last 39 games while recovering. Stamkos was tied for the NHL lead in goals (14) and points (23) before the setback. "After reviewing the CT scan this afternoon, Dr. Gutentag made it clear to me and to Steven that the tibia is not completely healed and therefore he should not be participating in game action at any time in the near future," said Steve Yzerman, who is the general manager of the Lightning and the executive director of Team Canada. "Although the doctor was very pleased to this point with the healing process, he explained that the callus surrounding the fracture site is not 100 percent consolidated, and Steven will not be cleared to play in a game until that happens. It was a pretty clear cut decision, no gray areas at all." Stamkos will continue to rehabilitate and is expected to be re-evaluated in 2- to-3 weeks. The Lightning will resume play after the Olympic break on Feb. 27 at Nashville. "Today is obviously very disappointing for me," Stamkos said. "I honestly believe that we did everything possible in order to have my injured leg ready in time for the Olympics, but I realize you cant force healing." St. Louis will be participating at his second Olympics and first since the 2006 Turin Games. The 38-year-old winger has 25 goals and 54 points to lead Tampa this season. The Lightning have performed extremely well without Stamkos in the lineup over the last few months and they enter Thursday in second place in the Atlantic Division. However, Tampas 1-3-0 record over a recent four-game road trip has helped the Leafs and Montreal Canadiens move within three points of the Lightning for the divisions second spot. The top-three teams in each division receive automatic bids to the playoffs. The Lightning downed the Canadiens 2-1 in overtime Saturday in Montreal before losing in regulation Tuesday night at Minnesota. Darcy Kuemper stopped 34 Tampa Bay shots in the Wilds close victory in St. Paul. Valtteri Filppula scored in the loss and Ben Bishop made 24 saves for the Lightning. "We worked harder (than the last game) we just didnt work smarter," Tampa Bay head coach Jon Cooper said. "That was a big problem." The Lightning fell to 16-13-2 as the guest after its recent trip, but will play their final two games before the break at Tampa Bay Times Forum, where they are 16-6-3 this season. The Maple Leafs will try to rebound on Thursday after having a three-game winning streak halted with Tuesdays 4-1 loss at Florida. David Clarkson provided the lone goal for Toronto, while Jonathan Bernier allowed three goals on 47 shots in the setback. "The word to describe it is, we didnt have anything going except one person in the lineup is outstanding for our hockey club and that was our goaltender," Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle. "We didnt seem to have any jump or passion to play the game, and its kind of mind-boggling right now." After completing its two-game tour of the Sunshine State tonight, the Leafs will complete their pre-Olympic schedule on home ice when they host Vancouver on Saturday. Toronto is 20-10-1 as the home team this season compared to a sub-par 10-12-5 mark as the guest. The Leafs recorded a 3-2 regulation win over the visiting Lightning on Jan. 28, as Bernier stopped 40-of-42 shots and Nazem Kadri provided two goals for Toronto. It was the first of four scheduled meetings between the clubs this season and it was Torontos sixth win in the last eight meetings against the Bolts. The Lightning have won two straight and five of the last seven meetings in Central Florida. 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NORRIS COLE (Heat): Its funny, you watch a guy play and now really produce and it just jumps off the page at you - why? You put a young player with potential in a winning environment where there is veteran leadership, outstanding coaching and management and a way that things are done and its a wonderful environment for growth, improvement in a climate of constant accountability and expectation of achievement/production.Got a question on rule clarification, comments on rule enforcements or some memorable NHL stories? Kerry wants to answer your emails at cmonref@tsn.ca. Hey Kerry, Love the columns…When a goal is scored (Call on ice) and there is the possibility of interference on the Goaltender can the control center initiate a review of the play or would that have to be initiated by the Refs on the ice? The reason I ask if because it was pretty clear that on Ryan Getzlafs goal, Anaheims second goal that Tim Jackman made contact with Michael Hutchinsons head while he was in the crease. In reading rule 69 in reference to Goaltender Interference my interpretation would be that even with Jackman being outside of the crease, but contacting Hutchinson who was in the crease who was attempting to come out to the top of the crease to play the shot would and should constitute Goaltender Interference and would disallow the goal. I saw it pretty clearly after a single replay so why wouldnt this play have been reviewed by the Command Centre? Would love to hear your thoughts or interpretation. Sincerely, Chad -- Hi Kerry, Watching the Jets game on Saturday against Anaheim, I thought that Jackman clearly interfered with Hutchinson on the Ducks second goal. The referee on the ice didnt seem to think it was a penalty under rule 69, but I was wondering what your take of it was. Would you have called it? Thanks, Dave Chad and Dave: Your interpretation of Rule 69 is correct and Ryan Getzlafs goal should have been disallowed once Tim Jackman initiated contact with Jets goalkeeper Michael Hutchinson inside his crease area. Even though Jackmans skates were outside the goal crease, his right elbow intruded significantly inside the blue paint and made solid contact with Hutchinsons head as clearly demonstrated by the overhead still camera shot. The incidental, but illegal, contact by Jackman initiated inside the goal crease should have resulted in no goal and no penaltty in violation of Rule 69.dddddddddddd It is extremely difficult for the referee(s) to catch the precise moment and point of contact in real time. It is especially true on this play given the fact that Hutchinson was in motion pushing forward from inside his crease to outside the blue paint and that Jackmans skates at no time entered the goal crease. The Situation Room is not presently allowed to initiate video review to either allow or disallow a goal where there is any suspicion that Rule 69 has been violated. The call must be made on the ice by the referee closest to the net and/or if necessary through a conference of the on-ice officials prior to rendering a final decision. Most fans will probably agree that video review is badly needed to make accurate decisions on this very difficult call. For three seasons now I have lobbied that a monitor be placed in the penalty box for the referees to implement video review in an effort to make the correct decision. Through the use of video, the on-ice officials would then have the same advantage as the rest of the hockey world to review a potentially controversial goal. The referees want the ability and authority to utilize video review to make the correct ruling on potentially dirty goals. The fact that it took an overhead camera shot on this play to clearly demonstrate the presence of goal keeper interference is just one more example that a change is required. At the GM meetings this summer, Brian Burke and Bryan Murray teamed up to propose that a monitor be placed in the penalty box for the referees to utilize video review and make their final determination on potential Rule 69 violations. I am confident if the referee(s) assigned to work the Jet-Ducks game had the opportunity to take one look at the overhead camera shot, Ryan Getzlafs goal would have been disallowed. The game is won and lost with the scoring of goals. It is important to the integrity of the game to ensure they are scored legally. ' ' '

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