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Did new Tampa Bay Lightning black 3rd jersey leak?

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Greg Wyshynski) — The Tampa Bay Lightning are getting a third jersey this season to go along with that Maple Leafs-meets-Flash-Gordon jersey that some love and some loathe. Because really, what says “Florida sunshine” better than a dark noir jersey … Hockey Bay, a blog that covers the Bolts, published an image on Monday that it claims is a third-jersey leak for the Lightning this season, writing: “ 3rd...
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Ryan Malone pleads no contest to DUI charges; cocaine charges could be dismissed

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Sean Leahy) — Four months after he was arrested  for driving under the influence and cocaine possession, Ryan Malone pled no contest to the DUI charges on Tuesday. He agreed to a pre-trial diversion program, which, without issue, would give him a clean record going forward. From The Tampa Bay Times : By accepting the pretrial intervention, his felony charge of cocaine possession will be dismissed if he...
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Ryan Malone Pleads No Contest To DUI Charges

Kuklas Korner (Paul) — via Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times, Former Tampa Bay Lightning wing Ryan Malone pled no contest to a DUI charge in court Tuesday morning. He will enter a pretrial intervention program related to a drug charge. With the pretrial intervention program, Malone's charge of cocaine possession will be dismissed if he completes the requirements. Malone, 34, was pulled over April 11 after he...
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Flames All-Time Countdown Chapter CV: 66-64

Matchsticks and Gasoline (Kevin Kraczkowski) — This edition of the countdown features a trio of defencemen: Richard Mulhern, Tommy Albelin, and Cory Sarich. 66.  Richard Mulhern Mulhern, a 6'1", 195 lb. defenceman, was born on March 1st, 1955 in Edmonton, Alberta. He played two seasons for the Sherbrooke Castors in the QMJHL before being drafted eighth overall by the Atlanta Flames in the 1975 NHL Draft. (He was also selected 15th...
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What We Learned: What do players really owe their NHL teams?

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Ryan Lambert) — ( Hello, this is a feature that will run through the entire season and aims to recap the weekend’s events and boils those events down to one admittedly superficial fact or stupid opinion about each team. Feel free to complain about it.) The Kevin Hayes situation that went into effect this weekend brought to light a particularly troubling sentiment among Blackhawks fans in particular. The...
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The Great Debate: Who is the next Rangers Captain?

Blue Seat Blogs (Becky) — Loads of armchair GM’s have had one thought on the backburner of their mind since Ryan Callahan was traded last March: who will be the next captain? Instead of instantly naming a new captain, a move which the Lightning made immediately upon the captain-for-captain swap of Callahan for Martin St. Louis, the Rangers simply promoted […] The post The Great Debate: Who is the next Rangers...
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Weekly Question: Atlantic Snipers

SBN: Silver Seven (Amelia L) — This week's question asks which big name sniper in Ottawa's division is the most underrated The Atlantic Division may not be the league's toughest division to play in, but it does feature some sharp shooters. This week's question is: which Atlantic Division sniper is the most underrated? Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning A two-time winner of the Rocket Richard Trophy, Stamkos is...
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Saturday Links: A Grand Old Team

SBN: St. Louis Game Time (J-Mill) — Click it or ticket. ...okay, just click it. BLUES NEWS: Do you have a question about the Blues ' upcoming season? Well, if it's one of these five questions, you don't have to wait to have them answered! [ Blues ] Jori Lehtera could be the Blues' secret weapon this year. Army's happy he's here, that's for sure. [ Blues ] HOCKEY NEWS: Former Mighty Ducks ...
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A look back: What would EOTP's 2002 Top 25 Under 25 look like?

Habs Eye on the Prize (Bruce Peter) — As part of our August series, we're going to take a look back at what the team once looked like at the time, and how things turned out. To start, we'll look at the youth that Trevor Timmins inherited when he took over the amateur scouting department in the summer of 2002. 2001-02 was an emotional season for the Canadiens . It was the first full season under the ownership of American...
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Lightning strike twice with Yzerman, Cooper combo

NBCSports.com: ProHockeyTalk (James O'Brien) — Could they take the next step among front office duos?
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Ukraine withdraws as 2015 WC hosts; hockey hits Asia; Lundqvist's wet look (Puck Headlines)

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Jen Neale) — Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Haven't seen smiles like this in a Vancouver uniform in a while, eh? The Canucks are partnering with two hockey schools in China, and these adorable tiny tots are the first to take to the ice. [Vancouver...
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The 10 guys who could steal Sidney Crosby's Art Ross in 2014-15

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Harrison Mooney) — Sidney Crosby didn't just win the Art Ross trophy in 2013-14. He won it going away, finishing as the only player to crack 100 points. No one else even got to 90. It'll probably happen again. Now that he's healthy, Crosby looks like a lock to win it every year until he starts to wear down. Bovada will likely list him as the next season's Art Ross front-runner, just as they did last year ,...
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NHL about to wage war against advanced stats sites?

Yahoo.com: Puck Daddy (Greg Wyshynski) — The change was subtle. Just a random, numbered bylaw in a verbose Terms of Service agreement posted on the National Hockey League’s official website, which was updated this week. The League calls it “boilerplate” and nothing that targets anyone one, or any other website, in particular – at least at the moment.  But the ramifications have the burgeoning hockey advanced stats community on...
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