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Friday, February 8, 2008

News You Can Use Late in the Day

1. According to TSN, the Senators have asked Wade Redden to waive his no movement clause.
2. TSN also profiles all the names that keep coming up in NHL trade rumours.
3. Mathieu Schneider is an expert at trade deadline deals.
4. John Kreiser explores Alex Ovechkin's stats to see where he excels. Home or away?
5. The Bakersfield Condors are making a push for the post-season.
6. Scott Burnside and Damien Cox explore the pros and cons of deadline deals.
7. Brock Trotter, the Denver Pioneers leading scorer, has left college to sign with the Montreal Canadiens.
8. Allan Muir of SI gives us a list of trades he feels would work for both teams.
9. Another rumour roundup from TSN.
10.Taking Note gives us the CHL Power Rankings.
11. Greg Harder of the Regina Leader Post gives us an update on Theoren Fleury.
12. Marcel Dionne does not like the NHL Shootout Challenge.
13. Terry Frei of ESPN wants to scrap the current point system used by the NHL.
14. The peerless Jon Garver, USHL Director of Communications, gives us the run down on the USHL All-Star/Prospects game.
15. Hockey.com notes that yet another salary cap increase is on the way, making the whole lost season seem like a wasted year.
16. Mike Comrie hearts the Islanders.
17. The Islanders don't heart Pat Lafontaine.
18. The NY Times profiles the face-wash, that old hockey standby. Next up, the Dirty Sanchez.
19. The Coyotes have signed tough guy Pete Vandemeer.
20. Denis Savard tells his players to "Commit to the Indian".
21. With the recent defection of collegian Brock Trotter, the Hockey News blog says the NCAA and NHL must work together to form a better partnership.
22.Barry MacDonald of Sun Media suggests that the Canucks should keep their internal squabbles behind closed doors.
23. A little off topic, but the Wicked Wrister blog profiles its Top Ten beers.
24. Puck That Hit gives us their Top Ten coaches in the NHL.
25. We go out with a little humour today, courtesy the Dallas Stars blog.

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