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LONDON -- Michael Laudrup was fired as Swansea manager on Tuesday, paying the price for a slump in the year since delivering the south Wales clubs first major trophy. Rashaan Evans Jersey . The Dane is leaving the Premier League club after 20 months, having signed a new contract in March 2013 after being linked with leading clubs following his teams triumph in the League Cup. Now, though, Swansea is 12th in the standings but just two points above the relegation zone, prompting the 49-year-old Laudrups dismissal. "It is a decision we have taken reluctantly," chairman Huw Jenkins said. "But its a decision made in the best interests of Swansea City Football Club and our supporters. It is the first time in nearly 10 years that the club has parted with a manager in this way, but we had to remove the constant uncertainty surrounding the club and Michaels long-term future with us." Garry Monk, the 34-year-old defender who has been out injured since September, will replace Laudrup, alongside current first team coach Alan Curtis, "for the foreseeable future," Swansea said. Like Laudrup, two possible contenders for the job on a full-time basis are former Barcelona players who advocate the type of passing game favoured by Swansea; Oscar Garcia, who currently manages second-tier club Brighton, and Luis Enrique, who is in his first season as coach of Celta Vigo. Swanseas next game is the south Wales derby against fierce rival Cardiff at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday. "After thinking long and hard about the best way forward, I felt it was unlikely we would achieve a stable environment at the club (with Laudrup) to allow us to get back to basics and produce the performance levels that have served Swansea City so well over the last few years," Jenkins said. "Now we need to put that uncertainty behind us and move forward as a united football club on all fronts." For Laudrup, whose fortunes have rapidly plummeted since the League Cup success last February, it is the latest setback in a mixed managerial career for the former forward following a successful playing career that took in both Barcelona and Real Madrid. After winning the league and cup in Denmark with Brondby, he guided Getafe to the final of the Copa del Rey -- where they lost to Sevilla -- in his one season with the unheralded Spanish club. Next came a troubled year in Russia with Spartak Moscow before returning to Spain with Mallorca, where he soon fell out with the owners. It was at Swansea where his profile soared, building on the work of predecessor Brendan Rodgers and initially establishing the team as a fixture in the Premier Leagues top 10 with its attractive passing game. But since beating lowly Bradford in the cup final, Swansea has won just eight of out 35 Premier League games across the two seasons and there have been continuous reports about a rift with the hierarchy. 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STARS’ SEGUIN, BENN TOO MUCH FOR BLUE JACKETS Stars C Tyler Seguin had a hat trick and LW Jamie Benn had a goal and three assists as the Stars doubled-up Columbus 4-2. Seguin and D Trevor Daley tied for the Stars’ team lead with nine shot attempts. Seguin had a strong possession game, especially when he was matched against Blue Jackets D Jack Johnson, generating 17 shots for and five against (77.3%) when matched head-to-head against Johnson at even strength. Johnson did assist on both Columbus goals, however, contributing to the first two goals of the season by C Ryan Johansen. With RW Valeri Nichushkin having a hip flexor checked out, Colton Sceviour moved up to play right wing with the Stars’ top scorers and contributed an assist. More: In addition to being part of all of Dallas’ goals, Benn fought with Blue Jackets LW Nick Foligno late in the second period…Blue Jackets LW Scott Hartnell was a minus-4, despite positive (14 shot attempts for, 13 against) possession stats…Blue Jackets rookie RW Marko Dano took some lumps (3 shot attempts for, 14 against, 17.7%)…Blue Jackets rookie RW Alexander Wennberg generated a team-leading eight shot attempts (6 SOG). KESSEL LIFTS LEAFS TO OT WIN Maple Leafs RW Phil Kessel scored in overtime to give Toronto a 3-2 win over Colorado. Kessel also added an assist and registered six shots on goal. Avalanche RW Jarome Iginla had a pair of assists and dropped the gloves to go with former Flames teammate Dion Phaneuf, but linesmen intervened before they could engage. Second-year Avalanche C Nathan MacKinnon played 13:20, his lowest time on ice since the 10th game of his rookie season. Toronto’s second line of LW Joffrey Lupul, C Nazem Kadri and RW Daniel Winnik posted the team’s best possession stats, with all three over 65%. More: Maple Leafs D Cody Franson had 11 shot attempts (7 SOG)…Maple Leafs C Tyler Bozak had two assists…All three on Toronto’s fourth line – Richard Panik, Peter Holland and Brandon Kozun – played less than six minutes…Maple Leafs G James Reimer stopped 22 of 24 shots for the win…Maple Leafs D Jake Gardiner was a healthy scratch for the second consecutive game. Seriously. ISLANDERS TAKE MANHATTAN Jaroslav Halak stopped 40 of 43 shots as the New York Islanders won 6-3 over the Rangers at Madison Square Garden. It was the second straight game in which Rangers G Henrik Lundqvist allowed six goals, the first time since December 16 and 23, 2006 that he allowed a dozen goals in back-to-back games. He did, however, allow 10 goals in 89:19 during his third and fourth games of the 2013-2014 season. Islanders C John Tavares and RW Kyle Okposo each had a goal and an assist. Okposo led the Isles with eight shot attempts (5 SOG). A day after becoming a father, Rangers LW Rick Nash scored a pair of goals, though he had the Blueshirts’ worst possession stats (8 shot attempts for, 15 against, 34.8%). More: Islanders C Mikhail Grabovski had a goal and an assist while RW Ryan Strome had a couple of assissts…In his first game for the Rangers, LW Ryan Malone had five hits and fared well in 5-on-5 shot differential (14 for, 3 against, 82.6%). DUCKS FLYING Ducks rookie C William Karlsson scored the shootout winner, one night after scoring his first two NHL goals, as Anaheim won 4-3 in a shootout at Philadelphia. Joining Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry on Anaheim’s top line, LW Matt Beleskey scored a goal, registered seven shot attempts (5 SOG) and had eight hits in 17:16 of ice time. It was the third straight game in which Beleskey has scored a goal and the last time he received more ice time in a regular-season game was March 8, 2013. Flyers C Claude Giroux had a pair of assists and tied with linemate Jakub Voracek for a game-high nine shot attempts. Voracek also had a terrific possession game (20 shot attempts for, 5 against). More: Ducks G Frederik Andersen, starting back-to-back games (after facing 12 shots against Buffalo Monday) stopped 39 of 42 shots…Flyers RW Wayne Simmonds had a strong game with a goal and an assist as well as game-best possession stats (22 for, 4 against, 84.6%). CAPITALS RALLY BEFORE LOSING IN SHOOTOUT After falling behind 4-1, the Washington Capitals forced overtime, tying the game with 4:35 remaining in the third period, before losing in a shootout. Capitals LW Alex Ovechkin led the attack with two goals, one assist and 13 shot attempts (8 SOG), playing 23:41 and starting more even-streength shifts in the defensive zone. Blaine Gabbert Titans Jersey. While that might reflect some level of trust from head coach Barry Trotz, it could also be questionable usage for Washington’s best offensive performer. Capitals D Mike Green contributed a goal and an assist and had a terrific possession game (22 shot attempts for, 6 against, 78.6%). Sharks C Joe Thornton had a couple assists and led Sharks forwards with 22:25 ice time. Sharks D Matt Irwin, playing his first game of the season, scored the first two goals of the game for San Jose. More: LW John Scott scored for the Sharks; it was his first goal since December 27, 2013, a span of 37 games…Capitals G Braden Holtby was pulled after allowing three goals on seven shots… Capitals C Nicklas Backstrom and D John Carlson both had two assists…Carlson was also minus-4… Sharks RW Tommy Wingels tallied a goal and an assist. SABRES OVER ‘CANES Marcus Foligno scored a pair of goals as the Buffalo Sabres took a 4-3 shootout win in Carolina. Hurricanes LW Zach Boychuk had a goal and an assist, as did C Riley Nash, who played a career-high 21:20, and LW Chris Terry. This is the trio that led the depleted Carolina attack. Sabres C Tyler Ennis was dominated (3 shot attempts for, 21 against, 12.5%) in the possession game…Linemates LW Matt Moulson (4 for, 22 against, 15.4%) and RW Drew Stafford (4 for, 21 against, 15.7%) weren’t much better. More: Hurricanes D Andrej Sekera left the game with an upper body injury after slamming into the end boards…As if the Hurricanes needed another significant injury… For the second straight game, Sabres D Josh Gorges had a team-leading eight shot attempts, but had six blocked. CAMMALLERI LEADS DEVILS Devils LW Mike Cammalleri scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another in New Jersey’s 2-1 win at Tampa Bay. One night after a dominating display against Montreal, Tampa Bay’s Steven Stamkos was locked down by the Devils, finding it difficult to create any chances when matched against New Jersey’s top line of Cammalleri, C Travis Zajac and RW Jaromir Jagr, managing two shot attempts for and 10 against when Zajac and Jagr were on the ice at even strength. New Jersey had four players with more shot attempts than Cammalleri’s four, and all four were defencemen – Damon Severson (6), Marek Zidlicky (6), Eric Gelinas (5) and Bryce Salvador (5). Severson had the best possession stats (13 shot attempts for, 7 against, 65.0%) in the game for New Jersey. More: Devils G Cory Schneider stopped 26 of 27 shots for the win; Lightning G Evgeni Nabokov saved 23 of 25 shots. DEFENCE PAIR IGNITES FLAMES Flames defencemen T.J. Brodie and Mark Giordano each had a goal and an assist as Calgary took a 3-2 shootout decision in Nashville. 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Kings rookie LW Tanner Pearson had two goals and an assist to lead the way. His linemates, RW Tyler Toffoli and C Jeff Carter both had a goal and an assist. That trio has scored nine of the Kings’ 12 goals this season. With Marian Gaborik out of the lineup, Mike Richards joined Anze Kopitar and Justin Williams on what is, ostensibly, the Kings’ No. 1 line. Edmonton was missing C Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and RW Jordan Eberle, leaving LW Taylor Hall to play with C Mark Arcobello and RW Teddy Purcell on the top line. More: Oilers G Viktor Fasth left the game after allowing three goals on 11 shots on goal…Oilers D Jeff Petry was a healthy scratch and is rumoured to be on the trade block. 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