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TORONTO, ON - NOVEMBER 13:  Paul Coffey skates during the Legends Classic Game at the Air Canada Centre on November 13, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
TORONTO, ON - NOVEMBER 13: Paul Coffey skates during the Legends Classic Game at the Air Canada Centre on November 13, 2011 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
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Highly touted Red Wings prospects Calle Jarnkrok, Teemu Pulkkinen to play another year in Europe | MLive.com
They're both at least a year away. I think Pulkkinen has a real shot to make the team next season though. Wouldn't surprise me to see Jarnkrok make a push too. But knowing how things work around here, they'll both be in Grand Rapids.

NHL Insider: Red Wings' search for defenseman on hold until labor picture clears | The Detroit News | detroitnews.com
They should take a chance on Carlo Colaiacovo and then add more if there are players bought out due to a new CBA.

Detroit adds Hall of Famer Coffey to Winter Classic alumni roster | ProHockeyTalk
I hope Paul Coffey doesn't score on his own net. It's a good thing Mathieu Dandenault is around to play the Derek Meech role on the alumni team. And I always liked Marty Lapointe. Good to see him return.

Around the NHL

Another Loss too Close to Home - Hockey Wilderness
We've lost another member of the family. Please join us in sending thoughts, prayers, and condolences.

The Hockey News 2012-13 NHL regular season predictions: No. 14 - The Hockey News
The Hockey News isn't quite as high on the Avalanche's exciting youth movement as some people would like. Bawwwwwww.

Top 20 Dallas Stars Players Of All Time: #15 Steve Ott - Defending Big D
Steve Ott is one of the best Stars of all time? Bwahahaha.

Capitals’ Joel Ward discusses .... stuff | Puck Daddy - Yahoo! Sports
There is nothing about this story you need to know.

Taylor Hall back on the ice, thinks he’ll be ready for season opener | ProHockeyTalk
Nice for the Oilers and their million kids.

Let's Go Red Wings.