Thursday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): John Tortorella calls for changes, David Booth skates with teammates and Alex Tanguay not happy about being a healthy scratch

This morning in the Eastern Conference, Flyers coach and GM don’t want changes just yet, Milan Lucic hopes to skate next week, Sabres had food poisoning, don’t expect Bryan Murray to make trade to replace Spezza and much more after the jump.

Posted by Richard Pollock in Eastern Conference Papers,NHL Morning Papers on December 17, 2009

Wednesday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Habs would love Giroux from Philadelphia, Flyers lacking enough heart to win and what will Senators do without Jason Spezza?

This morning in the Eastern Conference, John Tortorella is riding his top lines, Patrice Bergeron and his chances for Team Canada, Andrei Markov hopes to return before Christmas, Mike Fisher and Team Canada talk, Tim Gleason is old school and much more after the jump.

Posted by Richard Pollock in Eastern Conference Papers,NHL Morning Papers on December 16, 2009

Monday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Peter Laviolette is not calling for a trade, Andrei Markov expected to return this week and the Battle of Ontario matters again

This morning in the Eastern Conference, Martin Brodeur has a couple records in his sights, Brandon Dubinsky’s status, the Sabres are improving in one-goal games, reaction to the Luke Schenn benching, Michael Nylander is loaned to AHL and much more after the jump.

Posted by Richard Pollock in Eastern Conference Papers,NHL Morning Papers on December 14, 2009

Sunday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Nothing seems to be changing in Philadelphia, Mike Cammalleri should be considered for Team Canada and is Eric Staal available?

This morning in the Eastern Conference, how Brian Burke plans to build Team USA, the impotorance of Andrei Markov’s return, Matt Stajan is becoming a force, Todd Fedoruk puts eye at risk in early season fight and much more after the jump.

Posted by Richard Pollock in Eastern Conference Papers,NHL Morning Papers on December 13, 2009

Saturday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Fans shower Kane with jeers, Risk/Reward of Mike Green continues, Former Devils Fetisov plays 1st game since retiring 11 years ago,

Krejci’s return spurring Bruins; Daniel Alfredsson still gets it done; Former Devil Fetisov plays 1st game since retiring 11 years ago; Penguins are “unflappable”; Flyers backup relishes opportunity for starts; Tampa Bay shootout woes continue; DiPietro leaves AHL game with tightness; Leafs coach Ron Wilson like AO’s style of play. These stories and more after the jump.

Posted by David Minuk in Eastern Conference Papers,NHL Morning Papers on December 12, 2009

Friday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Rangers apparently made play for Peter Mueller, Flyers could be interested in acquiring goalie and Scott Clemmensen returns to New Jersey

This morning in the Eastern Conference, more on Matt Gilroy’s demotion, Phil Kessel struggles again in Boston, Chris Nilan’s off-ice struggles, Ilya Kovalchuk’s future in Atlanta, Mike Knuble could return to Capitals lineup and much more after the jump.

Posted by Richard Pollock in Eastern Conference Papers on December 11, 2009

Thursday Morning NHL Papers (Eastern Conference): Peter Laviollete wants more discipline, Phil Kessel back in Boston and the Lightning’s attendance average is less than half capacity

This morning in the Eastern Conference, how Martin Brodeur grew as a goaltender, Brandon Dubinsky closing in on return, rain would ruin Winter Classic, Pascal Leclaire hoping to return soon, possible David Booth return date, injuries to Ryan Malone and Steven Stamkos and much more after the jump.

Posted by Richard Pollock in Eastern Conference Papers,NHL Morning Papers on December 10, 2009