-Eric Lindros is expected to officially announce his retirement on Thursday.
–Wade Redden has said he will take a home-town discount to stay with the Ottawa Senators.
-An MRI has revealed that Dan Boyle will need more surgery on his injured wrist.
-Senators owner Eugene Melnyk feels that Canada can support more NHL teams.
–Todd Bertuzzi’s $350,000 settlement offer to Steve Moore is rejected.
–Bob McKenzie does not believe John Tortorella’s job is in jeopardy.
–Chris Bourque may make his NHL debut tonight.
–John Buccigross talks Jeremey Roenick.
–Fluto Shinzawa discusses the Bruins goal scoring struggles.
-The Ottawa Senators could make history tonight by recording the most points ever after 14 games.
-The Buffalo Sabres are unsure as to why they are struggling early on this year.
-The Globe and Mail notes that the CBA appears to have achieved parity in the NHL.
-Damien Cristodero says don’t expect the Lightning to make a deal for a goalie.
-Sioux backup goalie has Anthony Grieco has returned to the OHL.
–Alexei Doistonov has left the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets to play for the Kitchener Rangers.
–Taking Note details an amazing story of underage players drinking and the coverup that followed.
–Jennifer Botterill and Hayley Wickenheiser lead the way for Canada in Sweden.
-An interesting story about a documentary about the life of junior aged hockey players in Quebec.
–Power Rankings from the USHL.
–James Mirtle looks at a few NHL teams that are already in trouble.
–Sports Illustrated’s Power Rankings. The Islanders crack the Top 10.
–Barry Smith blogs from the Russian Super League.
-Interesting take on the Oilers and their future from David Staples.
-Orlando, FL. man on the hockey trip of a lifetime.
-The Bleacher Report with the top ten hockey teams of the future.
-Six Senators make the All-Star Ballot.
–Darcy Tucker makes an appearance on Little Mosque on the Prairies. The Leafs dominance of the Commie Broadcasting Corp. is complete.
–Michael Farber reports that the Blues are back.
–Wes Walz has gone AWOL in Minnesota.
–Luc Bourdon has been recalled by the Vancouver Canucks.
–Stan Fischler looks at what ails the Devils.
–The Kitchener Rangers extend their winning streak to 9 games.
–The Score reports that Pittsburgh may be shopping for a goaltender.
–Hockey News’ Hot List.
For Illegal Curve, I’m Kyle Kosior