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Strong Words From Terrible Ted

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

Giving testimony at the Richard Gnida trial in Detroit today, Ted Lindsay pulled no punches.

“He was the greatest machine in the world,” Lindsay told the jury of five men and three women. Today, “I see this vegetable and to me it just kind of makes me sick (compared) to what was the greatest hockey player in the world.”

Lindsay said he understood the chauffer had been impaired at the time of the crash. “People like that, they should be shot,” he said.

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Brett Hull Chatter

Blog: KK Hockey By Alanah McGinley

From Joe O’Connor at the National Post, some chat with Brett Hull, co-GM of the Dallas Stars.  A sampling:

National Post: You were a goal scorer and a teammate of Dominik Hasek in Detroit. And you know Chris Osgood, whose been around a long time. So, do you have any tips for Dallas’ shooters in the Western final?
Brett Hull: The way goalies play goal now, they are all the same. There are only certain places you can shoot today on an NHL goalie and score. [...]

NP: What is your guilty pleasure?
BH: Can I say tequila?

NP: Finish this sentence for me: Old scorers never die they just…
BH: Learn to score off the ice.

more…

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  Tags: brett+hull

Feeding Your Hockey News

Blog: KK Hockey By Alanah McGinley

Just a reminder of the various ways Kukla’s Korner feeds and updates can be accessed if you’re not able to get to the website all the time.

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  • Twitter—We started to Twitter a couple months ago which is handy for keeping up with headlines and links in a variety of ways—at the Twitter website, by IM or via your cell phone. A fair amount of traffic from our Twitter feed has shown us how useful this service has proven to be for a lot of people, subscribers and non-subscribers alike.

Hopefully these things help you keep up with the hockey news!  Feedback and suggestions are always welcome.

 

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  Tags: subscriptions, twitter

Something Special In Pittsburgh

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Pierre LeBrun at Sportsnet,

This is a magical time for the Pittsburgh Penguins franchise.

On the ice, the Penguins are playing some of the most elegant hockey in the league, led by the twin superstar attack of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. Is it even fair that the same franchise can ice a team with Crosby and Malkin a decade later after having Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Jagr on the same team?

Off the ice, the business side has never been on more solid ground.

continued

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What’s With All The Red

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

from Michael E. Young of the Dallas Morning News,

To some, Detroit fans are known as the “Red Army.” Others favor the slightly disparaging “U-Haul Army,” for the Detroit diaspora that carried Michiganders east, west and south when troubled times hit the region’s auto manufacturers.

Maybe that scattering is the reason Red Wings fans remain so true to the home team. Only a few groups – like the rabid fans of the New York Yankees and Green Bay Packers – can match this unwavering dedication. Packers fans travel in such numbers that they can make a game at Texas Stadium feel like a trip to the frozen tundra.

more...

thanks to Snapshots for the pointer…

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Patrick Roy? Just Kidding

Blog: KK Hockey By Alanah McGinley

From Bernie Lincicome at the Rocky Mountain News,

Wait. I was only kidding when I suggested Patrick Roy for the coach of the Avalanche. So, I take no credit or blame if Roy gets to stand under his own jersey hanging up there in the Pepsi Center rafters, along with those two Stanley Cup banners he helped win.

My suggestion was in keeping with the Avs’ fondness for leafing backward through their old scrapbooks. Oh, look. There’s Ray Bourque.

Why not him? Or how about Adam Deadmarsh, great name. Chris Drury, old Captain Clutch, still playing, could be a player-coach.

No, it is Roy, the only name that gets the blood up, causes conversation.

continued…

Filed in: NHL Teams, Colorado Avalanche, | KK Hockey | Permalink
  Tags: coaching, patrick+roy

Yashin Considering Return to the NHL

Blog: KK Hockey By Alanah McGinley

From Bruce Garrioch at the Ottawa Sun,

It’s believed the Wild and Canadiens have held talks with Yashin’s agents.

The 35-year-old Yashin, a former No. 1 pick of the Senators, had 43 points in 56 games this season with Yaroslavl. He returned to his homeland after receiving a $17.6-million US buyout from the Islanders last summer.

“Some teams were asking me about (Yashin) at the under-18 championships in (Kazan, Russia last month),” said agent Todd Diamond. “We had a few teams that were inquiring. He had a great year over there. He was the MVP of the league and he was the leading scorer in the playoffs.”

more

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  Tags: alexei+yashin

For The Love Of Sweet Baby Jesus…Hire Him Now

Blog: Abel to Yzerman By IwoCPO

Remember what it was like to be reading about your team searching for a new coach, while four others duke it out in the Conference Finals? 

Me either.  But, hey. Dive fans are right in the middle of it, those that are left anyway.

Continue Reading »

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Don On The Conference Final Games

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

Don Cherry on ESPN breaks down game 2 ECF and talks Wings/Stars too.

Watch below…

Continue Reading »

Filed in: NHL Teams, Dallas Stars, Detroit Red Wings, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, | KK Hockey | Permalink
  Tags: don+cherry

Morning Line

Blog: KK Hockey By Paul

via Terry Jones of the Edmonton Sun,

“I think all that music is drowning out the crowd response,” he (Ken Hitchcock) said of the special environment which exists at the IIHF World Championship that you don’t experience at a normal NHL game.

“Standing on the bench, it’s confusing,” he said.

“Fans are yelling and singing like they do in Europe and it’s going against all that canned music like we have in North America. I think the music is drowning out the crowd response.”

“The natural stuff from the fan bases and the canned music is combining to make a lot of racket.”

“What makes the world championships unique is the noise of the fan bases. Listening to those people is wonderful.”

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  Tags: ken+hitchcock

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