NHL Morning Papers (Labour Day Edition): U.S. Women win Canada Cup, Will Kane make the Thrashers roster, Can Nashville’s PK remain top 10 and Jimmy Howard is ready for the Wings.
Some of the morning papers from Labour Day:
- U.S. women beat Canada to win Canada Cup. And the debate rages as to whether they should they be allowed to hit each other?
- The only journalist to see the inner workings of the Paul Kelly firing was TSN’s Darren Dreger.
- Heading into his third season, it looks like Carey Price is ready to take the reins in Montreal.
- The Ottawa Senators are expecting quite a bit from rookie defenseman Erik Karlsson.
- Sticking with rookies, over in Edmonton the Oilers are also looking to a rookie, Jordan Eberle, to do big things this season.
- Penguins prospects tournament should help Eric Tangradi with injury recovery.
- Fans of the Penguins are wondering who will be replacing Max Talbot and Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette gives us his answer.
- We learn that apparently if you put a piece of paper in front of Sergei Fedorov he will pretty much sign anything, as it appears that is what he his claiming in his lawsuit of 3 banks.
- The Thrashers rookies lost to the Red Wings rookies at Traverse City, Michigan and talks turns to whether or not Evander Kane will make the squad.
- Chris Osgood is determined to overcome the season he has in 2008/09 and give the Wings the performance they need to get them back to the Stanley Cup.
- Perhaps it is news that Jimmy Howard is ready to graduate and play with the big boys that has Chris Osgood promising a better season.
- The Nashville penatly kill, which has long been a source of pride, could be in trouble as a number of important players have left the team.
- U.S. bureaucracy is trying to put the hurt on Canadian NHL teams.
- The debate rages as to whether Mike Comrie is a worthwhile signing.