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Tuesday, November 6, 2007

News You Can Use Late in the Day

-Eric Lindros is expected to officially announce his retirement on Thursday.
-Wade Redden has said he will take a home-town discount to stay with the Ottawa Senators.
-An MRI has revealed that Dan Boyle will need more surgery on his injured wrist.
-Senators owner Eugene Melnyk feels that Canada can support more NHL teams.
-Todd Bertuzzi's $350,000 settlement offer to Steve Moore is rejected.
-Bob McKenzie does not believe John Tortorella's job is in jeopardy.
-Chris Bourque may make his NHL debut tonight.
-John Buccigross talks Jeremey Roenick.
-Fluto Shinzawa discusses the Bruins goal scoring struggles.
-The Ottawa Senators could make history tonight by recording the most points ever after 14 games.
-The Buffalo Sabres are unsure as to why they are struggling early on this year.
-The Globe and Mail notes that the CBA appears to have achieved parity in the NHL.
-Damien Cristodero says don't expect the Lightning to make a deal for a goalie.
-Sioux backup goalie has Anthony Grieco has returned to the OHL.
-Alexei Doistonov has left the Ohio Junior Blue Jackets to play for the Kitchener Rangers.
-Taking Note details an amazing story of underage players drinking and the coverup that followed.
-Jennifer Botterill and Hayley Wickenheiser lead the way for Canada in Sweden.
-An interesting story about a documentary about the life of junior aged hockey players in Quebec.
-Power Rankings from the USHL.
-James Mirtle looks at a few NHL teams that are already in trouble.
-Sports Illustrated's Power Rankings. The Islanders crack the Top 10.
-Barry Smith blogs from the Russian Super League.
-Interesting take on the Oilers and their future from David Staples.
-Orlando, FL. man on the hockey trip of a lifetime.
-The Bleacher Report with the top ten hockey teams of the future.
-Six Senators make the All-Star Ballot.
-Darcy Tucker makes an appearance on Little Mosque on the Prairies.
The Leafs dominance of the Commie Broadcasting Corp. is complete.
-Michael Farber reports that the Blues are back.
-Wes Walz has gone AWOL in Minnesota.
-Luc Bourdon has been recalled by the Vancouver Canucks.
-Stan Fischler looks at what ails the Devils.
-The Kitchener Rangers extend their winning streak to 9 games.
-The Score reports that Pittsburgh may be shopping for a goaltender.
-Hockey News' Hot List.

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