September 14th, 2009

Heatley To Play With Thornton, Setoguchi

David Pollak reports that San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan announced today that the Sharks plan to use Dany Heatley on left wing on a line with Joe Thornton and Devin Setoguchi.  This isn’t ... Continue reading →

Williams Regains Spot on Wings Powerplay

As expected forward Jason Williams will replace Mikael Samuelsson as Niklas Kronwall’s partner on the point of the Red Wings second powerplay unit. MLive.com reports Wing’s coach Mike Babcock announced this during ... Continue reading →

Theo Fleury vs. Sean Avery: Stirring the Pot

Theo Fleury, 41,  is making a comeback and everybody is rooting for him.  If he makes the team, he’ll most likely stay with the Abbottsford Flames and help them sell some tickets there but it’... Continue reading →

Getzlaf Playing It Safe

Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf has not participated in any contact drills thus far at the Ducks training camp.  Getzlaf is recovering from sports hernia sugery he had done this offseason, which kept him off the ... Continue reading →

Sorry Great One, It’s Time to Step Down

As every other NHL coach reported to their respective team’s training camps this past weekend, eager to start a new campaign with their old stars and some fresh faces, Wayne Gretzky did not report ... Continue reading →

Seidenberg Joins Panthers

The Florida Panthers have signed defencemen Dennis Seidenberg to a one-year contract worth $2.25 million.  Seidenberg, 28,  played last season in Carolina and had his best offensive season with 30 points. The Panthers top defence corps now looks ... Continue reading →

New York Islanders 2009/10 Season Preview

New York Islanders 2008/09: 26-47-9 – 61 pts (5th in Atlantic, 15th in East) Arrived: Martin Biron (PHI), Dwayne Roloson (EDM) Departed: Mike Sillinger (Retired), Yann Danis (NJ), Joey MacDonald (TOR), Andy Hilbert (UFA), Dean McAmmond (UFA) ... Continue reading →

Under Review: Sept 7–13

Hey all, I’m Stu, and I’ll be posting a weekly “what happened in the NHL and what I think of it” post every Monday morning. Think of it as Peter King’s Monday ... Continue reading →