National Post: Winnipeg arena the ‘perfect size’. Creating a demand for the ticket was a very smart move by True North.
Winnipeg Free Press: Snyder’s legacy to be carried on. Very impressive on True North’s behalf and a move that will sit well with fans in Georgia I’m sure.
Montreal Gazette: A little advice for the new GM. Now that’s some good advice.
Ottawa Citizen: What really is in a name for Winnipeg fans? After the return of NHL hockey, it is easily the most talked about question for everyone around here.
Winnipeg Sun: What about Ramsay? He does deserve an answer, sooner rather than later.
Toronto Sun: True North mulls honouring former Jets. I don’t think it should even require a mulling. I’m sure Phoenix won’t have a problem giving back our former players, who never played for that franchise.
The Telegram: Stan the Man. Always interesting to read about the “unflashy” types who are usually responsible, although not often credited with achieving a deal.
Winnipeg Free Press: Quebec City ‘Peladome’ on ice. That’s a shame. Would love to see a Nordiques jersey in near future.
Howling Hockey: New deal on table. I don’t understand how the COG hasn’t continued to display a sense of urgency. While it is true that there aren’t too many ideal destinations for the Coyotes, they should remember that when Carolina moved from Hartford they played a couple of seasons not in Raleigh. As well you’d have to imagine that the NHL will be drawing down from the additional 25 million that they got from the COG.
I also appear on the Illegal Curve Hockey Show every Saturday on TSN 1290 Winnipeg starting at 9 am.
And I occasionally jump in the play-by-play booth at Bell MTS Place to provide colour analysis during Manitoba Moose games.
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