GLENDALE, AZ - MARCH 05: Drew Miller #20 of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates after scoring a first period goal against the Phoenix Coyotes during the NHL game at Jobing.com Arena on March 5, 2011 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
Hockeytown, No Limits
Drew Miller relishes expanded role with Red Wings | The Detroit News | detnews.com
How can you not love a guy who's got an attitude like this? Perfect team player and the kind of guy that every team needs on its lower lines.
Just Like They "Drew" It Up: Wings Win 3-2 " The Production Line - TP:60
More Miller love over at TPL.
Detroit Red Wings 3, Edmonton 2: Red Wings' third line pushes team to road win over Oilers | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
A strong game from the third line gave the Red Wings a much needed victory on the road Monday.
KuklasKorner : The Malik Report : Red Wings-Oilers wrap-up and overnight report: muck, grind and frustrate
...and everything else you needed to know about the game over at TMR.
Puck Daddy Reader Art Gallery 1: NHL Holiday Ornament - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
The Shanahammer and badge are awesome.
Canadiens owner addresses coaching controversy | ProHockeyTalk
Part of me wants to remind French-Canadians that this story is part of the reason we don't like them, but the fact of the matter is that they speak French there and a coach who doesn't speak the native language is harder to identify with. Montreal fans are what's important to the Habs, not the opinions of some jerk in the U.S. They should go for the best possible coach, but that guy should at least show a willingness to learn the local language.
Sedin denies Sweden tanked game in 2006 Olympics | ProHockeyTalk
This story is going to get huge in the Canadian media for a bit while Hockey Sweden decides what to about Forsberg hinting maybe they intentionally tanked a game to get a favorable draw. You know what? Maybe if world rankings weren't a joke, these things wouldn't happen.
Roy: "I would listen if the Canadiens called" | TSN
Patrick Roy, the guy who raised a criminal son and is generally a bad person, wants to coach the Habs. I'd rather give Marc Crawford a job babysitting my kid than let Roy coach an NHL team.
Sharks blueline not producing as expected offensively, but a resurgence could be on the way - Fear The Fin
The Sharks blueline hasn't had much success offensively this season, but a healthier Dan Boyle and strong shot totals from the unit as a whole indicates some better production is on its way, which is scary.
The Curious Case of Scott Howson - The Cannon
The fellas at The Cannon take a look at Scott Howson's recent comments regarding his faith in his coaching and team. Really, it makes you wonder how long it'll be before Howson loses his job.
Puck Daddy’s 10 worst hockey decisions of 2011 - Puck Daddy - NHL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
What do you think? Any decisions from the year that was you think belong higher than these ten boners?
Discussion: In the past 20 games, the 3rd and 4th lines have put up as many goals as Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg, and Johan Franzen combined. Which bottom six forward has been the most impressive so far and why (Guys like Eaves and Conner are eligible to be chosen even though they're injured at the moment)?
Let's Go Red Wings.