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Monday, October 15, 2007

News You Can Use Late in the Day

-The LA Kings are returning Jonathan Bernier to junior hockey.

-Who's Hot and Who's Not in the CHL.

-The Stars enter the fray in the race for Peter Forsberg.

-The Philadelphia Flyers have placed Jesse Boulerice on waivers. Also of note, Boulerice called Kesler to apologize.

-Hockey Canada is now accepting bids for the 2010 and 2012 World Junior tournaments.

-The Wild are 5-0 to start the season. My in-laws may buy me tickets for the Wild game on Thanksgiving Friday, despite me always being nice to them.

-Eric Duhatschek discusses the value of playing well in October.

-Mirtle notes that Boston area lawyer Paul Kelly will receive an offer tonight to become the next head of the NHLPA.

-Kyle Turris impresses in his Wisconsin Badger debut.

-Despite reports that he is on the way out in Vancouver, Matt Cooke will play tonight.

-The Senators are concerned that Randy Robitaille would not clear waivers if signed to a contract.

-Jarome Iginla is the proud new owner of the Kamloops Blazers.

-Ken Campbell of the Hockey News calls for changes in how points are awarded.

-Todd Bertuzzi injured again.

-A look at what ails the Kings from insidesocal.com

-Some observations from Mike Brophy of the Hockey News.

-The NHL will allow some players to test the new Thermablade.

-Craig Conroy thrives on being versatile.

-Guy Lafleur admits to helping his son violate conditions of his bail.

-Guillaume Latendresse may be a healthy scratch for the Canadiens.

-The Canadian Press notes that there are several talented rookies in the NHL this year.

-Interesting story about Didier Pitre, an old-timey Montreal Canadien. This one is for you Mad Dog.

-A roundup from the WHL.

-Four enter the US Hockey Hall of Fame.

-Scott Burnside echoes Duhatschek and wonders which teams can rebound from slow starts.

-Fluto Shinzawa says the Bruins are a-ok.

-Craig MacDonald finds the right fit in Tampa.

-An interesting interview with Sean Avery.

-The Score notes that their are jobs on the line in Atlanta.

For Illegal Curve, I'm Kyle Kosior

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