As you start out the week and check the preseason NHL standings (does anyone really do that?), you’ll find that the Florida Panthers are 3-0. Undefeated. There’s even a comeback victory in there. A shootout mind you. What gives? Don’t worry, and don’t start putting away money for playoff tickets just yet. You’ll most likely have to use it on achohol to survive the season. But for those of you that want to enjoy it while it last’s, knock your socks off. Reality is less than 2 weeks away!
Here’s what you may have missed last week, and what you may want to know about:
Pro Hockey Talk’s Joe Yerdon does a nice article on Florida Panthers defenceman Dennis Wideman who’s looking to get some redemption here in South Florida.
Justin Bourne talks about the 10 things he didn’t know before he played hockey. It’s a great thing to have a former player give us this kind of insight. Helps that his dad played to right?
Every now and then a player has a note taped to his dressing room stall, or his back, or maybe gets a message on his phone. Stay Classy has some examples of what they might get. Not so sure I’d like to get one of these.
Many of us are getting ready for our fantasy drafts. Down Goes Brown has some great tips on how to assemble your team. Or not.
As if the Tampa Bay Lightning doesn’t have enough goaltending controversy, Mike Smith gets in the act as well. Don’t Trade Vinny tells us ow it happened.
I stumbled across Discard What You Don’t Need. A site where Jason tells us honestly how he feels. His Eastern Conference Preview is pretty entertaining.
Nathan Horton was often referred to as a Lazy Ass for his “tuned out” style. Not mature enough to admit he could have been at fault for some of his antics, it’s refreshing to know my friend Blades Of Funny is mature smart drunk enough to admit he’s a Lazy Ass.
Tonight the Cats go for their fourth victory in a row against the Montreal Canadiens. Good news, Erik Gudbranson is till good looking, and still here with the big club! Yea! Hang in there Erik, Little Miss Rat Tricks homecoming dance is coming soon!
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