Patrice Bergeron Injury Update

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According to Boston radio station WEEI and many local news stations in my hometown of Boston Bergeron has suffered a broken nose and a concussion and his expected to make a safe recovery and may be released tomorrow afternoon after a 24 hour observation.

Markov Signs with Moscow Dynamo

TSN.CA is reporting that UFA Danny Markov has signed a 2 year $4mil deal with the russian league squad. He’s not expected to play until mid november.

Note: the contract also allows him to return to the NHL for the 08-09 season

Sourced Trade Rumours

I found a lot of interesting rumours from various other sites and figured I’d pass them on to HTR readers.

Kings ink Brown to 6-year extension!


LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Kings and right wing Dustin Brown have agreed to terms on a six-year contract extension it was announced Friday by Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi. Per club policy, terms of the agreement were not announced.

Line 'Em Up

Just a Sens fans bored with the lack of seeing his team play trying to generate some intelligent discussion.

Wings Re-sign Draper

TSN.CA is reporting that the Red Wings have re-signed foward Kris Draper to a 3 year $4.75mil contract extension.

Broduer Shows His True Colors

For years I’ve felt left out of the mainstream for arguing that Broduer was overrated and was I dogged for it. I contended that Broduer has always had a good defensive team in front of him (including good defenseman) and that mislead everyone into believing he was better than he actually was. He’d never been on any other team so it was hard for anyone to decifer whether it was the team, or Broduer was in fact The Man.

Assessing The Leafs and Their Problems

I know, you’re probably thinking “Another Leafs article”, but none of those articles are ever about anything. They are just repetitive rants about different line combinations, or unrealistic advice to GM John Ferguson. So I thought I’d write the truth, something that wouldn’t get Leafs fans made fun of…

Team By Team Analysis Through October 25, 2007

So far the 2007-08 NHL season has been quite surprising through the first 8-10 games. Just doing a quick analysis of all 30 teams.

The Playoff Race Is Already In Full Swing…

Most teams have played 8 games this year, and I already find myself staring at the standings and trying to figure out where teams will wind up, mainly, the Montreal Canadiens.