–Patrice Bergeron speaks out on hitting from behind.
-TSN is reporting that Kevin Bieska‘s injury is worse than originally thought.
–Scott Clemmenson has started 6-0 for the Toronto Marlies.
–Scott Niedermayer has resumed skating and could be back by December.
-The Colorado Avalance have acquired Jason Bacashihua from the St. Louis Blues for a conditional 7th round pick.
–Billy Sauer is enjoying a solid year in Ann Arbor.
-The Northwest notebook.
–Darren Dreger looks at the NHL’s heavy hitters.
–Peter Chiarelli feels that Bergeron’s injury could be career threatening.
–News and Notes from the CHL.
-A look at the hockey environment in Roseau, Minnesota, home of Amanda Grafstrom.
–Brian Leetch is honoured with the Lester Patrick Award.
-Fanhouse notes that Alex Ovechkin has left the door open to leaving Washington.
-Just for the Pipers, the Hockey News looks at how NHL players are taxed.
–Garth Murray and Aaron Downey have both been placed on waivers.
–Ray Emery decides that he is no longer speaking to media on game days.
–David Amber examines the Ten Best moves of the off-season.
–Canada downs the US at the 4 Nations Cup.
–Lost in Translation from the Hockey News.
–Hemsky dangles, but Oilers still lose.
–Who was the Greatest #9?
-The Penguins try and entice some female fans to come out with their Hockey and Heels Promotion.
–66 and 99 are interested in acquiring Nike/Bauer.
-More from Ben Blood’s Blog.
–Phil Kessel’s little brother is making a name for himself, Blake actually.
-The Blue Jackets have signed Stephan Legein to a 3-year entry level deal.
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