Nightly Hockey Hits: Signs your teammates are trying to kill you, Flyers call press conference, 2010 NHL Draft Set for Los Angeles

Posted by David Minuk in Nightly Hockey Hits on December 4, 2009 — No Comments

Some stories making the rounds tonight:

  • Down Goes Brown:  Signs your teammates are trying to kill you.  “Crease includes a chalk outline” great stuff as per usual.  For a good laugh, read this.
  • The Hockey News:  Don’t judge the shootout.  Hockey purist don’t seem to be huge fans of it, but they are somewhat enjoyable to watch.
  • NHL Fanhouse:  2010 NHL Draft Set for Los Angeles.  From all the talk, it appears this is going to be an exciting draft class.
  • Cult of Hockey:  Another coach gets the axe.  Those former Oiler’s haven’t done too well as coaches, and Mike Krushelnyski is the latest as he was fired by his KHL team.
  • Puck Daddy:  Filatov: ‘I realized Hitchcock does not plan on trusting me’.  Doesn’t sound like a lot of love is lost between these two.
  • Greatest Hockey Legends:  Montreal Canadiens’ 100th Anniversary is finally here.  Joe Pelletier puts together some great resources for Habs fans.
  • From the Rink:  A new look for Maple Leaf Gardens.  Nice to see that the building is going to be put to good use.
  • Maple Leafs Hot Stove: Phil Kessel needs your help.  Care to help the good folks in Toronto come up with a nickname for their star?
  • Broad Street Hockey:  More on the Stevens firing.  We will have more to report post the 8pm news conference.
  • Canucks Hockey Blog:  Luongo’s hot, but Raycroft to start against Carolina.  The Canucks are seem to have their road woes worked out.

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