Monday Morning Reading


Is it October yet? No.  There’s 108 days till the NHL season begins.  Ugh!  Can we survive?  Well, in any case there’s still ton’s of good reading out there, so here you go in case you missed anything!

The NHL Awards are coming up this week and it will be interesting to see how a few things go down.  Sabre Noise  has a vested interest in the Vezina Trophy however.  Take a look at his article.

The Devils have a new Head Coach, John MacLean.  Pucks And Pitchforks  welcome him into the new role.

Also, Pucks And Pitchforks  have added a second writer to the staff.  Ben Feder takes a look at the Brodeur trade rumor.

Eye On Isles  has been doing player reveiws.  One that I’m partial to is the one on Dwayne Roloson, a goaltender that turned out to be one of the better moves the Islanders made last season.

We have a new lead writer for our New York Ranger site Blue Line Station.  Check out some of Mike Hirsh’s work as he talks about the Rag’s offseason work that’s ahead.

SenShot takes a look at why the trade of Jaroslav Halak helps Ottawa.

The Stanley Cup Final has been over for just a little more that a week.  Broad Street Buzz  takes a bit of a look back.

When teams win championships, sometimes it’s not just players that are sought out.  Pittsburgh’s assistant coach Mike Yeo has moved on to coach the Houston Aeros in the AHL.  Pens Labyrinth says goodbye.

Apparently there are some ridiculous trade rumors in Anaheim.  Ducks Daily Blog will sort them out.

Ex Calgary Flame defenceman Dion Phanuef was named Captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs last week.  Flame For Thought has a opinion on that.

Blackhawk Up compares Chicago’s Patrick Kane to folk hero Nuke LaLoosh! 

Blackout Dallas  takes a look at what the Dallas Stars may be looking to do this offseason.

Here’s five things that Octopus Thrower  liked about this year’s playoffs.

In addition, Octopus Thrower has a new teammate.  Welcome Steve Robak!

Rink Royalty wonders about the L.A. Kings signing Ilya Kovalchuk.

Blades of Funny disects the Jaroslav Halak Trade.  Seriously.

Down Goes Brown has a guide to help you watch the World Cup!

The Notwithstanding Clause says so long to playoff hero Jaroslav Halak.

Stay Classy takes closer look at the NHL trade market for this coming season.

Last, but certainly not least, if you have yet to check out our new NHL Main Page, Too Many Men On The Site, please do.  We’ve got an excellent staff of writer’s doing different things, every day!

Thanks for reading.

Your comments are always welcomed and appreciated.


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