BOSTON, MA - OCTOBER 10: Kyle Quincey #27 of the Colorado Avalanche takes the puck as Daniel Paille #20 of the Boston Bruins defends on October 10, 2011 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Boston Bruins 1-0. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
Hockeytown, No Limits
Tuesday Night Shakedown " The Production Line - TP:60
Recap from the TPL crew. Sadly, and surprisingly, no loss candy.
Red Wings continue to lack consistency on road, losing 2-1 to Blackhawks | MLive.com
Jimmy's back and he played well. I was nervous there might be some initial rust and really wanted to see him make a big save or two. He came through and I feel shame for doubting him. If only the team would've have played better in front of him.
KuklasKorner : The Malik Report : A dissenting opinion on the Quincey deal
A great take by Malik on the Wings deal to reacquire Kyle Quincey with an additional view from the media in Dive Country.
Did Avalanche know Yzerman was turning Kyle Quincey into Detroit’s 1st-round pick? | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
I personally just want to believe that Holland and Yzerman pulled a fast one on the Avs and made them look foolish.
Mike Babcock urges state backing for new Wings arena | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com
A new rink downtown? Little Caeser's Center? Ilitch Arena? I can get behind that. Let's just hope they do it right and but some thought and history into it and it's not just a new cookie cutter arena.
Around the NHL
Stiff Competition - Hawks 2, Scum 1 - Second City Hockey
View from the enemy.
Tampa Bay Lightning GM Steve Yzerman states his case - Raw Charge
The Captain talks about his dealings with the Avs and Wings.
Analysis of the Steve Downie - Kyle Quincey Trade - Mile High Hockey
An Avalanche perspective of yesterday's trade.
Flyers’ Claude Giroux breaks commentator’s watch with accidental slash to the wrist (VIDEO) | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
Man, Philly really does take the whole Broad Street Bullies thing to heart. They're even taking out commentators now.
Let's Go Red Wings.