November 17, 2008

Monday Afternoon Required Reading

"Jordan Staal's representatives and the Penguins are now cautiously optimistic of reaching a tentative agreement on a contract extension for the center." (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

Barry Melrose Rocks reacts to the firing of its namesake.

The Brian Burke-Toronto soap opera just getting underway. (NY Times Slap Shots)

Ron Wilson versus the Toronto media heats up. (Vancouver Sun)

Rick Tocchet has gone from being suspended for his role in a gambling ring to NHL headcoach. (Fanhouse)

The results from an NHLPA players survey. (TSN)

Where Brian Burke might find future employment. (BD Gallof)

Examples of why the NHL suspension policy needs to be changed. (Boston Blueline)

Just how big was that Penguins win over Detroit the other night? (Faceoff Factor)

"I can't watch it, certainly for another two-and-a-half years." Craig MacTavish on the play of Dustin Penner. Ouch. (Edmonton Journal)

Will the Jarkko Ruutu elbow-issue lead to a lack of hitting down the road? (Sportsnet)

Are these the six greatest Florida Panthers? (Hockey Night in California)

How Canucks GM Mike Gillis has tried to make life easier for his players. (Globe & Mail)

A look at the third jersey's in the American Hockey League this season. (Scotty Wazz)

Patrice Bergeron hasn't missed a beat since coming back from injury. (The Real Deal)

Tom Liodice caught up with Isles #1 pick Josh Bailey this week. (The Tiger Track)

Measuring the Sharks through 16 games. (The Battle of California)


Ballhype: hype it up!


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