Yes, I like to be controversial, I like to get things heat up, and so I am going to start of with this.
Two Canada junior players in the “Super” Series should be ashamed and the Canadian mass hockey media sickened me.
The Toronto Maple Leafs announced that the club has signed forward Tony Salmelainen to a one-year contract as per club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Today, right-winger Jan Bulis signed with the Russian club Chimik Mytisci.
It was expected that the new RBK EdgeLeaf Jersesy would be unveiled on the 13th of September, but CBC have apparently got their hands on what the new jersey will look like… Watch the video inside!
According to azcentral.com, the Phoenix Coyotes have signed D Ketih Ballard to a 2 year deal on Wednesday. link bellow
As of 12:30 today, the Vancouver Canucks have released their new jerseys.
Partly in lieu of 267 goals scored and the names that are showcased in their roster, there has been recent talk about how the Pittsburgh Penguins were a top offensive team in the NHL. However the truth to be told is that the Pittsburgh Penguins were not an offensive team in the style of game they played, and in my views could not be considered a “top offensive team” due to their trouble scoring 5-on-5.
From Ufa, Russia, here is a review of the entire game two of the Canada- Russia SUper Series:
According to TSN, Scott Niedermayer is now leaning towards returning to Anaheim. He has not made his official decision yet, but he has stated that he wants to do the right thing and will consult his family for their opinions. His brother, Rob, told TSN that he would obviously love to have Scott return.