Quick Hits: Patrick Kane to Camp, Slava Voynov to Russia, P.K. Subban Donation

For Thursday, September 17, 2015

Detroit Red Wings News

Red Wings' recent history of developing young players attracted free agent Robbie Russo | MLive.com
After playing in the Red Wings prospect tournament, 22-year-old defenseman Robbie Russo will take part in his first training camp beginning Friday in Traverse City.

Teemu Pulkkinen: The Next Surprise Rookie Phenom? The Hockey Writers

Justin Abdelkader's career year for Red Wings not an anomaly, should be the norm, Jeff Blashill says | MLive.com
From Jeff Blashill's lips to the ice next season.

NHL Announces 3v3 Overtime Expanded Preseason Look - Winging It In Motown
Someone is going to get injured during these literally free hockey periods mandated by the NHL. There will be much wailing and gnashing of teeth. "Why, NHL? WHY DID YOU DO THIS TO US?!"

Detroit Red Wings 2015-2016 hype video [VIDEO] | Detroit Sports Nation

Around the NHL

Patrick Kane listed on Blackhawks' training camp roster - Second City Hockey
Not that we needed to wait that long to get an answer, but after some uncertainty, it looks like Patrick Kane will indeed be at Chicago Blackhawks training camp.

Slava Voynov is Going Back to Russia - Jewels From The Crown
Before U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has a chance to get the deportation it seeks, it appear Slava Voynov is just going to go back to Russia of his own volition.

Lawyers for Patrick Kane, accuser seek resolution rape investigation |
Supposedly, the grand jury was postponed because of a potential settlement. Then the settlement was apparently never close. Now there may be a "resolution."

P.K. Subban donates $10M to the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation - Eyes On The Prize
Finally, some good news. "We all know that Subban is active with various charities, but his latest donation may be his most generous one yet."

Unlocking the Offensive Defenceman - The Copper & Blue
A look at what the right balance of risk-taking is, using the example of Justin Schultz.

Brock Nelson Signs 3-Year Contract with New York Islanders - Lighthouse Hockey
Just before a team-imposed deadline, Brock Nelson and the New York Islanders agreed to terms on a three-year, $7 million contract extension.

Turns out NHL concussion spotters are toothless | Puck Daddy - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: When news hit that the NHL was going to improve its "concussion spotters" program this season, there was a bit of confusion.

30 Thoughts: What Voynov's return to Russia could mean - Sportsnet.ca
Elliotte Friedman looks at the Slava Voynov situation and how it might impact the Los Angeles Kings, plus he updates us on Steven Stamkos and Anze Kopitar contract negotiations.

New York Islanders Reveal Third Jersey - Lighthouse Hockey
Well, that looks hideous. Though I guess I like the helmets.

Does Robbie Russo get NHL time this season?

Yes, he will play his way onto the roster.7
Yes, injuries will inevitably lead to a call-up.31
No, he's not ready.9
No, there are too many healthy bodies in front of him.85
Yes, for other reason(s)5
No, for other reason(s).3