Blog Hits: Lost in Translation

Posted by David Minuk in Blog Hits on July 16, 2009 — 2 Comments

Some news and notes from the Blogs today:

  • Puck Daddy: 10 can’t miss games of the 2009-10 season.  I’m looking forward to the January 31, 2010 re-match between the Pens and the Wings.
  • Puck Daddy: Sticking with the NHL schedule, last night’s IC radio guest breaks down the schedule and we see how the 2010 Olympics played a part in the scheduling.
  • Snapshots: Something’s getting lost in translation about KHL’s response to Jiri Hudler’s potential arbitration hearing with Red Wings.
  • Lowetide:  He might be small in stature but the Oilers signed Finn Rajala to an entry level deal.
  • Cult of Hockey: Dany Heatley night in Edmonton.
  • T.O. Sports: Love him or hate him, Brian Burke has an agenda to create a winning team, which is based on his ideas and he is on schedule.
  • Pensburgh:  Petr Sykora won’t be sending Dan Bylsma a Christmas card.
  • The Bruins Blog:  Cam Neely is anxiously anticipating this season’s Winter Classic.
  • Stanley Cup of Chowder:  Marco Sturm wants to remain a Bruin.
  • Western College Hockey:  The US U-17 team has been announced.
  • Matchsticks and Gasoline:  Flames claim Nigel Dawes off waivers from Phoenix.
  • Second City Hockey:  Reviews the challenges that the young Bowman will face in the future.
  • Canuckshockeyblog:  Breaking down the 2009/10 schedule.
  • NHL Fanhouse:  Are the Blue Jackets prepared to meet and exceed expectations, which now include getting past the 1st round?
  • Gross Misconduct:  If you are wondering what your team’s (in this case Washington & Tampa) newest players will look like in your team jersey, wonder no longer.
  • Silver Seven:  Mike Fisher goes to El Salvador, one of the poorest countries in Central America and sees extreme poverty.
  • icethetics:  When you join a new team, its time to select a new number.
  • Fear the Fin:  Are the Sharks backed into a corner in which they will have to make a bad trade?
  • The World of Junior Hockey: Mark Lamb has been named the new Head Coach and General Manager of the Swift Current Broncos, signing a multi-year deal.