The Cycle: Never Start Alex Auld Again

Updated: February 11, 2011 at 4:42 pm by Alexander Monaghan

After last night’s loss to Mikko Koskinen and the New York Islanders, Habs fans would probably prefer to see Carey Price start all of the team’s remaining 26 games. Launy Schwartz of Hockey54 expresses exactly that in this entertaining snippet.

GOALIE FIGHT! Part two. More like game of the year…

With the 2011 NHL Entry Draft only four months away, we can start projecting who we see going first overall. Mike Murangi at likes Adam Larsson while Jonathan Willis of Flames/Oilers/Leafs Nation lists his reasons why teams should avoid Ryan Nugent-Hopkins at all costs. My money is on Sean Couturier, despite his ‘poor’ showing at the WJHC.

New Jersey Devils head coach Jacques Lemaire believes Mattias Tedenby could become the next Brian Gionta, says Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger.

The Sports Business Journal breaks down the NHL ratings in the Unites States.

My buddy Ryan Porth celebrated his site’s three year anniversary yesterday. Go ahead and check out The Best of RLD.

Last offseason there seemed to be an influx of NCAA-committed draftees heading back to the more traditional Junior ranks. The NY Times Slapshots Blog takes a look at Canadian would-be Juniors who chose to go the more difficult route.

Matt Kalman of The Bruins Blog discusses the emergence of Adam McQuaid, who seems to have made Mark Stuart an expendable part of their current roster. As the trade deadline comes closer there seems to be even more players who could fall out of favor, especially on good teams like the Bs. Players like Stuart, Mike Commodore and Paul Mara could all help a roster in need of help on the blue line which makes some buying teams somewhat sellers.

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