NHL Morning Papers (Thursday Edition): Hitchcock not happy with Nash, Wild hasn’t talked to Gaborik’s agent in weeks and Burke to Toronto rumors

Posted by Richard Pollock in Atlantic Division,Central Division,Eastern Conference,NHL Morning Papers,Northeast Division,Northwest Division,Pacific Division,Southeast Division,Teams,Western Conference on November 13, 2008 — 1 Comment

Here are the morning papers for Thursday the 13th of November:

For Illegal Curve, I’m Richard Pollock.

  • Bob Roberts

    Jordan Staal’s new theme song: “What a Difference a [Game] Makes”. I’m sure I read Monday that the Pens should look to trade him for some scoring help…

    Dupont may be writing about it, but I wonder who started the Burke-to-Boston thing…

    If anyone is qualified to comment on physical play or the lack thereof it would be Brandon Sutter…

    NHL coach’s new theme song (most recently in a solo performance by Ken Hitchcock, with able backup vocals by the Carbo-Hartsy-Wilson Trio): “Calling Out Your Name” by Jimmy Nail from the album “Crocodile Shoes” (iTune it, great album)…

    It’s only one day into the All Star voting, and obviously the P of Q is stuffing like mad, but there’s Tim Thomas with more votes than Fleury, Miller, Backstrom, Nabokov, and Osgood. With all due respect to PJ’s shootout goal, TT’s the “amazing” in the “amazing Bruin’s start”…