November 10, 2008

Monday Afternoon Required Reading

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Jake Whitco from Sam Houston State University's "The Sports Fix" interviewed me for an NHL season preview a few weeks ago. (The Sports Fix)

Alexander Semin speak again. Though in less controversial fashion. (On Frozen Blog)

Remembering University of Michigan head coach Red Berenson's 6-goal night with the St. Louis Blue. (NHL.com)

Dallas' problems can all be attributed to the back-to-back curse. (Fresh From the Ice)

More on that Rangers-Cherepanov situation. (Larry Brooks)

The NHL has a wheel of discipline? That explains how things work. (Fanhouse)

The All Star vote campaigns begin: Devin Setoguchi and Tim Thomas.

Expectations at an all-time high in Montreal. (Globe & Mail)

A Mike Emrick tribute as he enter the Hockey Hall of Fame tonight. (Puck the Media)

An in-person account of the Frozen Fury game in Las Vegas. (Jersey's and Hockey Love)

A Flames fan has hope for the Blue Jackets. (Five Hole Fanatics)

Alex Burrows just doesn't like Pierre-Marc Bouchard. No reason either. (Star Tribune)

Denver Post columnist Adrian Dater does not like Peter Budaj. (Migh High Hockey)

Five people in hockey who are under the radar. (Michael Farber)

It seems as if the Islanders are playing some home games like they're on the road. (Voice of the Islanders)

Some 21st century ideas for puck technology. (The Program)

There are a lot of sub-par goaltenders in the NHL this season. (Mike Brophy)

John Tavares' ranking keeps dropping, mainly because scouts are now disappointed he can't score 100 goals in a season. (The Hockey News)

The strangest injuries in hockey. (Toronto Star)

More trade talk in Tampa Bay. (Lightning Strikes)

Long Island, my home, has some pretty good talent around the NHL. (Newsday)


Ballhype: hype it up!


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